Anthony Leonardi III
From the psychopathic, Christopher Lambert-bothering Kurgan in Highlander to tyrannical prison warden Byran Hadley in The Shawshank Redemption through to new recruit-maiming drill sergeant Zim in Starship Troopers, it's safe to say that I am one of the many movie fans who have more than just a handful of favourite Clancy Brown roles.
News on the upcoming UK release of Slash-produced shocker Nothing Left to Fear is coming thick and fast right now so to follow up our recent look at the UK trailer for the flick, we also now have the UK poster for you in all its stretchy-mouthed glory.
Produced by rock legend Slash, Anthony Leonardi III's demonic ditty Nothing Left to Fear is set to unleash the scares on UK DVD and digital distribution in February 2014. Ahead of the release, we have a brand new UK trailer to whet your appetite... for destruction. Ahem.
The Slash-produced Nothing Left to Fear landed on Blu-ray, DVD, and On Demand outlets today. If you're unsure about whether or not you want to check it out, perhaps a creepy sheep-infested clip will persuade you. Check it out baaahh-low!
Back in his early rock ‘n days with Guns ‘n Roses, lead guitarist Slash spent a lot of time at The Sunset Marquis Hotel. Set just off the fabled Sunset Strip, in the 80s this was the place to party hard after playing hard just steps away at the Roxy, Whiskey, or Gazzarri’s.
Slash has traded in his guns and roses for blood and guts, and his first horror film, Nothing Left to Fear, is on the way from his new production company, Slasher Films.
It was just a couple of weeks ago when we showed you the trailer for Nothing Left to Fear, the first film from music legend Slash's new production company, Slasher Films (get it?!). Now we have news of the Canadian release!
While other sites like Variety are reporting on casting news the genre sites had last week for Slash's new horror flick Nothing to Fear, Fuse caught up with the man himself to wax on a bit about what we can expect from the ghoulish proceedings.
Content has confirmed that production commenced on Slasher Films’ horror film Nothing to Fear this past Monday, May 14th, in Covington, Louisiana. Anchor Bay previously acquired US rights. Please, Slasher Films ... live up to your name!
And here we go again. Strap in, folks, as it's time for another barrage of AFM goodness; and we've got tons of stuff on tap for you today beginning with some new sales art for Nothing to Fear.