Anchor Bay's little seen or talked about Kevin Costner spooker, Luis Berdejo's The New Daughter, will be hitting DVD and Blu-ray on May 18th, and we've got a look at the cover art and more!
A new clip for Anchor Bay's After.Life has hit online, and if we do say so ourselves, it is pretty damned unsettling. That's a very good thing!
Finally the trailer for Anchor Bay's After.Life has hit online -- your inevitable disappointment? It's not a red band that showcases a nude Ricci playing dead! Hey, gotta save something for the limited theatrical and DVD release, right?
Who needs a cool poster when you can have one showcasing floating heads in varying degrees of pensive fright? Yep, Anchor Bay's After.Life is the latest victim in the endless line of the artistic fad of the head fetish.
Earlier in the month Anchor Bay announced that they'd acquired the Agnieszka Wotowicz-Vosloo helmed thriller After.Life, and today they've announced that it will head out into theatres in a limited release on April 9th.
You have got to give it to Anchor Bay, man. They started as a little company double and triple dipping in the DVD market and advanced to releasing films theatrically. What a ride! Fresh off of their success with the release of Adam Green's Frozen, the next horror title they're looking to get into as many theatres as possible will be Steven R. Monroe's remake of I Spit on Your Grave (a.k.a. Day of the Woman for you purists out there).
Pissed off that Adam Green's Frozen (review here) isn't playing by you? We don't blame you one bit! Adam dropped us a line tonight with some really simple information about what you can do to change that. It only takes a second!
On Friday, February 5th, the cast and crew of Adam Green's latest flick, Frozen, showed up at the Mann's Chinese 6 Theater in Hollywood for the premiere evening of the film.
Why are you reading this? Your ass should be at the theatre digging on Adam Green's Frozen! Need another excuse to seek this flick out? How about a brand new clip then?
Following up on the news story of a couple of days ago regarding Anchor Bay acquiring the rights to Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo's After.Life, it appears that the good folks at AB are looking to give this unnerving little flick a bit of a theatrical run!
Fans in the Los Angeles area are in for a real treat as there's a special screening of Adam Green's new chiller Frozen that will allow you to see the movie with some of the film's cast and crew as well as participate in a live Q&A!
This Friday Adam Green's Frozen hits limited theatres nationwide (click here for info), and another clip has surfaced to give you the chills. If this flick is playing ANYWHERE near you, you need to go and check it out!
About an hour ago we got an e-mail in our inbox from DC reader Gary Luchessi, who attended the last screening of Frozen at Sundance. Gary had two reasons for writing: one, to let us know that our Frozen review (read it here) was on the money, and two, to let us know that someone fainted in the bathroom during last night's screening. Interesting.
Adam Green's Frozen (review here) is just around the corner, and much to our delight we've seen some TV spots kicking around across the various networks.
I can remember interviewing Adam Green this time last year one late night for an article about Grace, Paul Solet’s film that had premiered during the 2009 Sundance Film Festival, which Green helped champion and produce.