Movie posters have become a lost art form. Remember back in the Eighties when even the smallest productions like Mortuary or The Boogens had great poster art? Decades later all we usually get are the floating heads of teens looking pensive, but every now and again we get a good one. Better yet, we have an exclusive look at a really good one for you!
Last week we gave you all the news that Anchor Bay had acquired the Norwegian snowboarding slasher film Cold Prey for release in the U.S. Today the Bay boys sent us over a great look at the DVD’s cover, which you can dig on your right!
Fritt Vilt, also known as Cold Prey (review), is a Norwegian snowboarding slasher that I think should pique the interests of many readers. And thanks to the folks at Anchor Bay we'll soon have the opportunity to see for ourselves!
Dead Space: Downfall (pre-order), the story linking us to the events that occur in EA's new survival game, is shaping up to be one hell of an animated feature, and we've got a new clip to prove it!
To be honest, Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer was a surprise. Mixing horror with comedy and Robert Englund doesn't always pay off, but for me the only real flaw Brooks had was in the pacing. So, will we get to see director Jon Knautz tighten things up with a sequel? Why, yes!
Rob Schmidt’s The Alphabet Killer has been sitting in limbo for so long, I had almost forgotten about it. Lucky for us Anchor Bay never did, though, as Fangoria learned today that the label has named Schmidt’s Wrong Turn follow-up for distribution.
Reviewed by Debi Moore Starring John Carpenter, John Landis, Cheech Marin, Greg Nicotero, Joel Schumacher, Stan Winston, Len Wiseman Written and directed by Barry Gray Narrated by Richard Roeper
The poster for the new architectural horror film Walled In found its way online today, and a quick check around the Net shows that the film’s official site has recently gotten a nice upgrade and is full of info on the movie.
When I first heard about Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer (review), I thought the film was going to be about a psychopath hunting down the likes of Rosie O'Donnell or Ulli Lommel. My mistake, but Jon Knautz did something neither of those two could do: entertain!
UPDATE: BLY director Seth Landau got us up-to-speed on the revised guest list for the Dark Delicacies signing. Dan Roebuck is out, but in his place comes Jeff Dylan Graham. Jeff has appeared in a number of horror pictures aside from BLY, including 100 Tears and Beyond the Dunwich Horror.
Word just came down to us from a trusted source that the forthcoming DVD of Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer, which hits October 7th, will be giving a little something extra to those of you who shop Best Buy...
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