We told you last week about the new film from Franck Khalfoun, the director behind the excellent remake of William Lustig's classic Maniac, called I-Lived, and now just in time for Cannes we have the artwork and even a video message from Khalfoun!
If you've seen Franck Khalfoun's excellent remake of the William Lustig classic Maniac, then you know this guy has the chops to become a force to be reckoned with, both within the genre and elsewhere. Word of his latest flick just hit the wire, and we have it right here.
Ah, Cannes. How we love keeping track of all the news coming out of your film market! Along with the several other stories we've already covered, now comes the first sales trailer for Bleiberg Entertainment's Vampires in Venice directed by Deborah Goodwin. Synopsis:
Years ago, USA Network's "Up All Night" used to repeatedly run a cheap sucky vampire flick called Malibu Beach Vampires. When I saw the title Vampires in Venice I instantly assumed it meant Venice, Italy. Nope. The title refers to sunny Venice, California. Please let this film be better than Malibu Beach Vampires.