Thank the home video gods! The ever-so-controversial new film from Lucky McKee, The Woman, is not only coming home to DVD early next year, but it's doing so on Blu-ray high definition as well! We just quiver at the thought of seeing that flick's depravity in glorious 1080p!
While we're uncertain at this point which letter of the alphabet director Xavier Gens will be tackling for the upcoming mega-anthology The ABC's of Death, the director has shared the first still from his piece. We approve. We totally approve.
"So many pretty parts and no pretty wholes." That basically sums up the motivation behind the title character of Lucky McKee's 2002 breakout film, May. And there was no bigger reason that the film and director found success than the unforgettable star of the film, and the newest Doctor Gash's Tip of the Scalpel honoree, Angela Bettis.
We've all been waiting patiently to see who would get the "T" spot in the upcoming anthology flick The ABC's of Death, and the winner has finally been chosen. As a matter of fact, you can watch the winning short right here, right now!
Thankfully The Woman has already been picked up for distro here in the States by Bloody Disgusting Selects, but she's still looking for more international sales so that her fury can be documented worldwide! Will this latest bit of eye candy do the trick?
As another nudge to horror fans to remember to vote for the 26th director to be included in The ABCs of Death anthology film, producers Ant Timpson and Tim League have written a note to everyone who entered the contest and also put together a red-band compilation of some of the highlights from the "T Is for..." short films submitted for voting thus far.
With Lucky McKee’s The Woman brutalising its way into homes across the UK on October 17th, we’ve got just what you need whether you caught it in theatres or not: free copies on Blu-ray! That’s not to mention another extra special, and very limited, little treat for one lucky winner. Read on...
We're just a day away from The Woman's limited theatrical release courtesy of Bloody Disgusting Selects so they've sent us a new clip to make sure all our readers are keeping the film in the forefront of their minds and will seek it out this weekend. Dig it!
It's been several weeks since we last mentioned the anthology we're all chomping at the bit to see - The ABCs of Death - and to make sure everyone remembers to vote for the 26th director slot, a new promo video has been released, entitled "T Is for Twenty Bucks". Voting has been extended until November 1st so read on for all the details!
With director Lucky McKee’s The Woman bowing in limited theatrical release via Bloody Disgusting Selects on Friday, October 14th, Dread hit its LA premiere last Thursday, October 6th, at Laemmle Sunset 5 in Hollywood, CA, and chatted with the film’s director on the red carpet along with stars Pollyanna McIntosh, Sean Bridgers, Zach Rand and Carlee Baker. We also brought back some ocular candy. Read on!
Still have that old reliable turntable handy but not a lot of things to play on it? How does winning the soundtrack to Lucky McKee's controversial horror film The Woman on vinyl sound? We know the record itself sounds dark and powerful -- the perfect background to all your upcoming Halloween festivities!
We've all had to endure the torment of a parent/teacher conference or two in our lifetimes, and the one that takes place in Lucky McKee's The Woman is either every adolescent's wildest dream or worst nightmare. Check it out!
Bid on Tickets to the October 6th LA Premiere of Lucky McKee's The Woman and Help The Horror Starlets!
Want to attend the red carpet Los Angeles premiere of Lucky McKee's controversial feature The Woman? A pair of passes for the carpet and screening are up for auction courtesy of The Woman co-star Carlee Baker, with proceeds to benefit The Horror Starlets and their involvement with the non-profit charity The Busted Foundation, which supports Los Angeles women battling breast cancer in the annual Bowling for Boobies event. Read on for details!
Few movies are able to create the firestorm that The Woman has, before even being released at the theater. A brutal story that has drawn both praise and scorn, there is one thing that can't be denied: The Woman has already left a huge mark on the history of our genre.
The Woman is controversial, feral, and dangerous. Yep, that's everything we like about our babes. Trust us; you haven't lived until you've been with a chick who's just as likely to gut you as she is to fu... oh, never mind. More images. Now. Dig 'em!