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Vampires vs. gangsters. What could go wrong? Well, you'll get a chance to find out on us as we're giving away five (5) copies of Dead Cert on both Blu-ray and DVD!
The third annual Grimm Up North Horror Festival, which takes place in Manchester, England, from October 6th to October 9th, has announced the first film on its 2011 roster, and it's Martin Kemp's directorial debut Stalker, starring Billy Murray, Jane March, and Linda Hayden.
Producer Jonathan Sothcott dropped us a line today with an update on Martin Kemp's Stalker along with a few exclusive stills featuring Jane March and ex-Hammer horror actress Linda Hayden. There's also a bit of news for those of you in the UK planning to attend Film4 Frightfest 2011.
One toothy little UK vampire flick we've been keeping our eye on for a while now, Dead Cert, is making its way Stateside courtesy of Shout! Factory; and we've got everything you need to ready yourself ... except sharpened stakes. From the Press Release
There are certain things you may wanna rethink screwing around with. Namely, ways to contact the dead. We, like many don't believe that something made by Parker Bros. could be used as a conduit to the other side but we've seen enough movies to know not to test the boundaries. Then there's the EVP phenomenon. Yeah, that's about to go horribly awry in the latest UK fright fest, Whisper.
Producer Jonathan Sothcott dropped us a line today regarding the remake of Peter Newbrook's 1972 classic The Asphyx as well as the first word and concept art for the next film on the burner, The Sorcerers. Dig it!
One flick we're really looking forward to around these parts is the remake of Peter Newbrook's 1972 classic The Asphyx. If you've never heard of that little known classic, do yourself a favor and track it down! With production of Matthew McGuchan's new take on the material gearing up, the filmmakers have gotten in touch with a lot of goodies for you!
Ask many of today's horror fans if they've ever seen The Asphyx, and you're bound to be met with an odd glance. Nope. Not many people have heard of Peter Newbrook's 1972 classic, but apparently someone remembers because the flick is next on the old remake block.