Oh, happy day. Magnet has announced that Chris Smith's smart-minded horror tale Black Death will soon be infecting homes everywhere via the goodness of home video. Read on for the 411! From the Press Release
Though Chris Smith's outstanding Black Death (review here) is available right now on VOD, Amazon, Xbox Live, Playstation Network, VUDU and iTunes and will be heading to limited theaters on March 11th, we've got an early look at the home video packages to infect you.
And the badassery continues in terms of eye candy for Chris Smith's outstanding Black Death (review here) which is available now on VOD, Amazon, Xbox Live, Playstation Network, VUDU and iTunes; and heading to theaters on March 11th.
In case you somehow weren't aware, Chris Smith's outstanding Black Death (review here) is available now on VOD, Amazon, Xbox Live, Playstation Network, VUDU and iTunes; and it's heading to theaters on March 11th. To help whet your appetites a bit more, today we have four clips, a TV spot, and two alternate posters. Dig 'em!
After the release of Christopher Smith’s 2009 haunting boat trip gone wrong flick Triangle, I was a bit surprised to hear that for his follow-up he was heading to the medieval time period for Black Death, which can be described as Black Hawk Down meets Wicker Man (and not the Nic Cage version either).
Finally a juicy little red band trailer has made its way online for Chris Smith's (Severance, Triangle, Creep) latest film, Black Death, and we have it for you right here!
No, it's not the long awaited comeback album from Public Enemy! What we're talking about here is the new film from Chris Smith (Severance, Triangle, Creep) which sees a number of horrors visited upon a superstitious young world.
Our friends at the Film Society of Lincoln Center have generously given us five pairs of tickets to attend the fourth annual Scary Movies Film Festival to give away to you hungry horror-loving hounds.
While I personally thought that director Christopher Smith’s impeccable filmmaking run took a stumble with Triangle, he came right back on form with Sean Bean in his newest release, Black Death, which lands on DVD and Blu-ray in the UK in a scant couple of weeks courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Read on for the pack shots and trailer!
The final Friday of Fantasia 2010 brought us one of the highlights of this year’s festival: director Christopher (Creep) Smith’s necromancer plague drama Black Death. Playing as the perfect accompaniment to Ken Russell’s The Devils, Black Death is a very subdued and naturalistic take on pestilence and witchcraft.
Reviewed by Paul McCannibal Starring Sean Bean, Eddie Redmayne, Carice van Haouten, David Warner, Kimberly Nixon Directed by Christopher Smith
It's gonna be a good old fashioned witch hunt at the Fantasia Film Festival 2010 when Chris Smith's latest film Black Death spreads its plague and we've got two new stills to get you down with the sickness!
We have always wanted a clip from someone's death, be it black or otherwise. I mean if only out of morbid curiosity. What's that? Oh, this is for the movie? Well ... okay then!