Today, August 29th, filmmaker Douglas Aarniokoski's post-apocalyptic siege flick The Day is hitting the big screen courtesy of WWE Studios and Anchor Bay Entertainment.
He's only been active in Hollywood for the last ten years, but in that time Eli Roth has managed to redefine the modern horror genre with films like Cabin Fever and the Hostel franchise as well as establish himself as an actor after his role in Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds.
What better way could there be to celebrate Hump Day than by digging on an exclusive clip from WWE Studios and Anchor Bay Films' provocative action thriller The Day? Well, I suppose if you took the hump part literally...
According to its IMDB page, the full cast has been announced for The Last Exorcism 2. Being that IMDB isn't what you would call the pillar of truth, take this all with a grain of salt, but there's one bit of casting news that has caught our eye in particular.
Several new images have come our way for WWE Studios and Anchor Bay Films' provocative action thriller The Day. Get ready to dig on every single post-apocalyptic pixel right now. Really, do it now. Would you just friggin' click already?
More trailer madness for you, cats. Next on tap the official trailer premiere for WWE Studios and Anchor Bay Films' provocative action thriller The Day. Click through for every single pixel that's just waiting for your perusal.
A new one-sheet is here for WWE Studios and Anchor Bay Films' provocative action thriller The Day, and we have the goods right here for you. Who doesn't need a little post-apocalyptic chaos added to their afternoon?
There's a lot of mystery surrounding the sequel to The Last Exorcism, but some plot details have come to light that are tastier than any Eucharist we've ever eaten. Dig it!
Over on the rarely reliable Internet Movie Database, the full cast has been revealed for the R-rated follow-up to the 2010 PG-13 film The Last Exorcism. Given the source, we'll just take this with a grain of salt.
So what's in a name? A lot if you read into it, and the title of the recently announced R-rated follow-up to the 2010 PG-13 film The Last Exorcism screams all kinds of craziness. Read on!
More mega than The Megapowers! Bigger than every Giant Machine. Slicker than the Rock and Sock Connection! The world may never be the same! Okay, so that's all a bit hyperbolic. Still, some pretty good news is coming in...
We already knew Ashley Bell would be back for the sequel to The Last Exorcism, and now comes word as to who will be behind the camera barking contortion orders to her: Ed Gass-Donnelly (This Beautiful City, Small Town Murder Songs) has been tapped to direct the R-rated follow-up to the 2010 PG-13 film.
WWE Studios announced today it has acquired all U.S. distribution rights to the Toronto International Film Festival cult hit The Day, Doug Aarniokoski's visceral action thriller. The film screened to sold-out crowds in the Midnight Madness section of the Festival.
If there's one thing that worked in The Last Exorcism, it was the chilling and stunning performance of lead Ashley Bell. She absolutely hit it out of the proverbial park, and it looks like she'll be coming back for more!
With the Toronto International Film Festival getting ready to open up its doors, films are already landing distro. Case in point: director Doug Aarniokoski post-apocalyptic thriller The Day.