Hot on the heels of giving you guys a look at the official trailer for Robert Hall’s Laid to Rest, the man sent us over a much cleaner look at the film’s official poster, which you can set your eyes upon by moving them down a few inches. Be sure to visit the official Laid to Rest site to learn more about this highly anticipated stalk-n-slash!
Messiahman chimed in with a bit of news today for those in Hollywood and the surrounding areas. Jon Knautz's monster flick Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer, is going to have a special showing at midnight on August 12th at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery!
Of all the updates flying around out there from the floor of San Diego Comic Con, some are far cooler than others. For example, STYD’s nabbing of the poster art for Rob Hall’s upcoming slasher flick Laid to Rest.
All right, so our review for Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer isn’t exactly glowing, but don’t worry; that doesn’t mean you’re not going to enjoy it when it comes out. And now we know when that’ll be!
Reviewed by Paul McCannibal Starring Trevor Matthews, Robert Englund, Rachel Skarsten, James A. Woods Directed by Jon Knautz
I’ve been looking forward to hearing more about Giles Paquet-Brenner’s Walled In ever since I chatted with the film’s cinematographer, Karim Hussain (who also co-wrote The Abandoned and directed The Beautiful Beast), about it during the Boston Underground Film Festival. Finally I have been rewarded!
Seth Landau's horror pic Bryan Loves You, based on the true events regarding a cult taking over an Arizona town in '93, has seen its fair share of bad craziness during production:
We first gave you a look at the upcoming “Skull Set” packaging for Anchor Bay’s release of Masters of Horror: The Complete Second Season during the LA Weekend of Horrors, but today we got an “official” glimpse at it thanks to the good fiends at AB.
Just last week we gave you the first word on the directorial return of Lightning Bug (review) helmer and Almost Human effects head Robert Hall, the slasher movie Laid to Rest. The film came out of nowhere, it seemed.
Just yesterday we told you about a new horror film coming soon from AireScope Pictures, Leomax Entertainment and Anchor Bay called Grace. The story, about a pregnant woman who decides to carry her baby to term even though it died in a car accident, was intriguing enough to solidify my interest, so we tracked down writer/director Paul Solet and producer Adam Green, best known as the director of Hatchet and Spiral, to learn more about the movie.