Finally fans in two of the country's most happening cities are going to get their chance to see Grace the way it was meant to be seen ... up on the big screen and dripping with disturbing chunks of after-birth!
It's definitely true that good things come to those who wait. We were just getting ready to post the news that indie anthology Edges of Darkness had been confirmed for a September 22nd DVD release from Anchor Bay when the cover art popped into our mailbox.
Rob Zombie's animated feature The Haunted World of El Superbeasto has gotten itself a face-lift in terms of artwork for its DVD and Blu-ray release on September 22nd, and we've got a look at it for you!
We've all used the expression "they just don't make 'em like they used to," but in the case of Happy Birthday to Me, it's more than just a cliche. And now that the film is being re-released with the full restored score, we can hear it just like it was intended to sound.
Anchor Bay and horror films have always been a good mix, and today we've got word that the Bay have decided to give Bo Zenga's genre spoof, Stan Helsing a home amongst their prestigious horror library. Read on for the skinny.
Finally some news we've been waiting for has come! Paul Solet's disturbing little film Grace will be getting a theatrical release. Proof positive that there is justice in this world! Variety reports that Anchor Bay will be releasing the film in both New York and LA on on August 14th. Let's keep our fingers crossed for a wider release soon! Synopsis
The artwork for the first horror film being produced by Adam Sandler, The Shortcut, has shown up online, and all in all I have to say I’m really not impressed. Come on, guys! Enough with the pouty teens! I wanna kill the chick on the left myself just for the look on her face.
Indie anthology Edges of Darkness, which tells three tales set against the backdrop of a zombie apocalypse, is edging closer to a US release with Anchor Bay, according to co-director and co-writer Jason Horton. And it could come as early as September 22nd.
Good news out of the Anchor Bay driven Grace camp - the controversial little film that everyone has been screaming (and fainting) about will be hitting DVD and Blu-ray hi-def on September 15th with lots of bonus features to sift through upon delivery!
The official green-band trailer for Anchor Bay's release of the disturbing Paul Solet chiller Grace has seeped out of the old digital womb today, and we've got it for you, afterbirth and all.
Wanna see filmmaker Paul Solet’s Grace with cast and crew? Then you are in luck, as the USC School of Cinematic Arts and Anchor Bay Entertainment are hosting a special screening of the flick Friday, June 12th at 7:30 pm at the University of Southern California (900 W. 34th Street, Norris Cinema Theatre/Frank Sinatra Hall).
For everyone clamoring to see Paul Solet's award-winning feature debut, Grace, but who were unable to catch it on the festival circuit, word has come that there will be a special free open-to-the-public screening!
I wasn't quite as big a fan of Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon (reviews here) as some of the folks in the Dread Central offices, but I'm still pretty stoked to hear that a sequel is possibly in the works.
A gruesome little clip from Anchor Bay's upcoming thriller Not Forgotten popped up on YouTube today that displays one of Simon Baker's little known talents -- he really knows how to make a point with a broken bottle.
LA-area horror fans, you are in for a kickass screening opportunity this weekend! Fangoria is hosting a double-feature presentation of the work of writer/director/ FX maestro Robert Hall. They’re hosting a screening of Hall’s first film Lightning Bug as well as his recent slasher hit Laid to Rest on Saturday, May 9th at the Fine Arts Theater on 8556 Wilshire Boulevard in Beverly Hills.