The freaks over at Upcoming Horror Movies got their hands on the specs for the April 21st release of Hellraiser on Blu-ray, and we thought we’d share ‘em with you. Cause, you know, we care.
Dear Anchor Bay, I wanted to write this letter on behalf of the movie Grace that I not only have had the distinct pleasure in getting to cover for the last nine months but also screened twice while attending the Sundance Film Festival last week.
On your right you can see the final artwork for Rob Hall’s Laid to Rest, his woman-in-peril movie that finally has a DVD street date: April 21st, 2009.
Generally, horror film scores don’t really do much to distinguish themselves within the genre. That’s why composer Austin Wintory knew when he started working on the score for Paul Solet’s Grace that he needed to do something different.
Planning to be in LA or the surrounding area next Friday? If so you ought to take advantage of the opportunity to dig on the stellar His Name Was Jason documentary on the big screen, along with some of the cast and the crew!
Reviewed by Heather Wixson Starring Jordan Ladd, Stephen Park, Gabrielle Rose, Samantha Ferris, Malcolm Stewart Directed by Paul Solet
Just got a heads up from the folks behind Babysitter Wanted (review), the strange little film that was getting nicely buzzed for a while then seemingly disappeared off the face of the Earth. Good news, though; it's now got a theatrical release date set, hitting theaters on February 6th, 2009!
Yeah, the teaser poster on your right is a bit cheap. Anyone could’ve done it with Photoshop, but it is a legit teaser poster for Hatchet 2 that's been up on the ArieScope site for about a month now. Some industrious Bloody Disgusting reader discovered it recently so the boys dropped director Adam Green a line for a status update on the sequel.
Anchor Bay just delivered a eerie clip/teaser for Paul Solet’s Grace, which is having its premiere at Sundance tonight, preceded by the short film “Rite” (review). Nothing too exciting in here, but it sure is creepy looking.
With the release of His Name Was Jason right around the corner, what better way to celebrate than to have your DVD signed?!? If you're in the Los Angeles area, Dark Delicacies is putting on a signing that you just cannot afford to miss!