Bloody Disgusting Selects
Thank the home video gods! The ever-so-controversial new film from Lucky McKee, The Woman, is not only coming home to DVD early next year, but it's doing so on Blu-ray high definition as well! We just quiver at the thought of seeing that flick's depravity in glorious 1080p!
Another indie horror flick with huge potential has found a home via Bloody Disgusting and The Collective's Bloody Disgusting Selects label, this one featuring some true horror heavyweights taking on the living dead.
The next installment from the Bloody Disgusting Selects series, the horror comedy Chop, is heading to DVD, Video on Demand, and Digital Download on December 27th, and to get everyone geared up for it, we have an exclusive clip hot, ready, and served up on a platter!
Debuting at next year's Sundance Film Festival is the Bloody Disgusting Selects entry V/H/S, and to say we're happy and excited for the gang is a bit of an understatement. A third still from the film has made its way online, and we have it for you right here! Dig it!
Okay, who's ready for even more stills from one of the flicks playing at next year's Sundance Film Festival? No need to raise your hands. We know you're good to go so how about reaping the rewards of the first stills from the Bloody Disgusting Selects entry V/H/S?
The next installment from the Bloody Disgusting Selects series, the horror comedy Chop, is heading to DVD, Video on Demand, and Digital Download on December 27th, and to get everyone geared up for it, we have three stills from the film to share.
Some fresh art, info, and even a trailer for the next flick in the Bloody Disgusting Selects line has come our way, and we've got all the goodies you need to get yourself geared up for Chop!
Our brothers in arms over at Bloody Disgusting have been busy beavers with their Selects line of feature films, and they're not stopping there either. Read on for the details concerning what's on tap.
We're just a day away from The Woman's limited theatrical release courtesy of Bloody Disgusting Selects so they've sent us a new clip to make sure all our readers are keeping the film in the forefront of their minds and will seek it out this weekend. Dig it!
On October 14th Lucky McKee's new film The Woman (review here), adapted from the Jack Ketchum novel, will open in limited release. It's the story of a feral woman and the unfortunate family who attempts to civilize her. Believe me, this chick needs more than finishing school.
With director Lucky McKee’s The Woman bowing in limited theatrical release via Bloody Disgusting Selects on Friday, October 14th, Dread hit its LA premiere last Thursday, October 6th, at Laemmle Sunset 5 in Hollywood, CA, and chatted with the film’s director on the red carpet along with stars Pollyanna McIntosh, Sean Bridgers, Zach Rand and Carlee Baker. We also brought back some ocular candy. Read on!
We've all had to endure the torment of a parent/teacher conference or two in our lifetimes, and the one that takes place in Lucky McKee's The Woman is either every adolescent's wildest dream or worst nightmare. Check it out!
Few movies are able to create the firestorm that The Woman has, before even being released at the theater. A brutal story that has drawn both praise and scorn, there is one thing that can't be denied: The Woman has already left a huge mark on the history of our genre.
The Woman is controversial, feral, and dangerous. Yep, that's everything we like about our babes. Trust us; you haven't lived until you've been with a chick who's just as likely to gut you as she is to fu... oh, never mind. More images. Now. Dig 'em!
Celebrating its UK theatrical release today, September 30th, Lucky McKee’s already-controversial The Woman is guaranteed to get all sorts of boats a-rockin’. To mark the occasion, we have an exclusive look at a new UK clip for you! Come see!