A funny thing about Apollo 18. Every time we tried to see it in the theatre, something happened to prevent us from going. Attempt 1: On vacation. Attempt 2: Not feeling well. Attempt 3: Massive West Coast blackout. Okay already. We get the hint! Well, at least we'll be able to catch it on Blu-ray and DVD.
The 2011 Sitges Film Festival, held 6-16 October on the Catalan coast of Spain, is finalizing its lineup, which now includes Francis Ford Coppola's Twixt, Kevin Smith's Red State, and the return of Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury, who will be presenting their new piece Livide. In addition, The Thing (2011) has been named as the closing movie.
Open up wide and prepare to choke on a great big serving of Dinner for Fiends. The past few weeks haven’t been very kind to the horror releases at the multiplex, and we’re not much kinder to them either. You’d be an idiot to miss out on this smorgasbord of a show.
After weeks of horror movies dying a quick death at the box office, a chiller about people catching a disease that causes them to die a quick death was the first frightful offering in a long while to take hold of the top slot. Creature, on the other hand…
Last weekend there was speculation as to how much Hurricane Irene sweeping across the East Coast negatively impacted the box office. Nobody is going to blame Tropical Storm Lee drenching the Gulf Coast region for this weekend’s poor box office.
Apollo 18 hits theaters today, but before you go traipsing off to the theater for the latest entry in a long line of "found footage" horror films, find out whether or not you SHOULD bother finding out why we never went back.
Ready to see some seriously f*d up shit go down on the Apollo 18 mission? Then you'll want to check out this latest clip, entitled "Hammer", which purports to be recovered footage from the top secret Apollo 18 moon mission courtesy of Yahoo! Movies.
Finally the best damned trailer for Apollo 18 yet has hit online. Better let than never, right? Who's up for some interstellar spooky? I know we are! Dig it!
Ratings are in for two upcoming horror flicks that are headed our way, and we have the skinny on how they fared in front of the MPAA! Read on for details.
If the powers-that-be behind Apollo 18 keep doling out the goods in the form of clips, TV spots, etc., we're going to start feeling like we've seen the whole film before it opens! In any event, to help close out your Friday before you head to the nearest watering hole (or shelter in the case of our East Coast friends), here's the third official clip, entitled "Cave".
The Weinsteins are now firing with both barrels in terms of promotion of their latest film, Apollo 18, with new clips and more landing all over the interwebs! Dig on the goods right here, and look for the Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego directed flick in theatres on September 2nd.
Finally a real clip has surfaced for the Weinsteins' Apollo 18 along with a brand new TV spot, and we have it all right here ready and waiting for your inquisitive eyes! Dig it!
The hype machine for the Weinsteins' Apollo 18 is spinning at a furious pace as yet another bit of video goodness has made its way online. Next on tap? What Apple is calling a clip, though it looks more like a TV spot. Dig it! Look for the Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego directed flick in theatres on September 2nd. Synopsis: