The official trailer for Brad Anderson's latest film, Vanishing on 7th Street, is finally here, and as you may expect, it looks pretty damned bitchin'! The flick, starring Hayden Christensen, John Leguizamo, and Thandie Newton, hits On Demand January 7th, 2011, with a limited theatrical run planned for February 18th via Magnet Releasing.
Cool one-sheets have turned into a bit of a lost art form. There was a time when poster art alone could get me to see a movie. Now, nine times out of ten we get pensive looking floating heads. Still, sometimes the powers that be get it right. Speaking of which ...
Good news for people (such as ourselves) looking forward to the release of Brad Anderson's latest film, Vanishing on 7th Street! Magnet Releasing announced today that the film will be getting a limited theatrical run along with a VOD release! And the angels sing ...
Some interesting casting news concerning Brad Anderson's new tale of a psycho on the loose, Jack. Seems that the previously announced John Cusack may have some stiff competition.
Some really good news today for those of us eternal sickos looking forward to director Brad Anderson's next film, The Vanishing on 7th Street - the film has nailed itself down some distro courtesy of Magnet who continue to flex their ever-so-sexy genre muscles!
It doesn't add much to the dozen or so images released a short while ago (see them here), but another new still from Brad Anderson's The Vanishing on 7th Street has surfaced online, and of course we have it for you to check out.
Another movie we're really looking forward to, Brad Anderson's The Vanishing on 7th Street, is playing the Toronto International Film Festival as part of its Midnight Madness series, and to commemorate the film's debut, a trailer has finally made its way online.
Some new images, a website, and even a six-minute long making-of featurette for Brad Anderson's (Session 9, The Machinist) next film that is guaranteed to screw with your head, The Vanishing on 7th Street, have surfaced online; and we have every single bit of spellbinding goodness for you right here!
The first ever bit of teaser art for Brad (Session 9, The Machinist) Anderson's next film guaranteed to screw with your head, The Vanishing on 7th Street, has debuted online today in the tiniest form imaginable. Check it out here, and don't give us any shit about eye strain!
The first bit of casting news for Brad (Session 9, The Machinist, Transsiberian, and the forthcoming Vanishing on 7th Street) Anderson's latest film, titled simply Jack, has come in; and we've got it for you hot, fresh, and with no memory of what it is. Damned amnesia!
The first ever images for Brad Anderson's (Session 9, The Machinist) next film guaranteed to screw with your head, The Vanishing on 7th Street, have slithered their way online today, and though they're not exactly packing high resolution goodness, they are still pretty evocative.
One director whom we adore around these parts is Brad Anderson (Session 9, The Machinist, Transsiberian, and the forthcoming Vanishing on 7th Street) so we're always happy to announce that he's got another new film on the way. Especially when said film involves a bloodthirsty killer. That's the good stuff!
Some new details today for Brad Anderson's next film guaranteed to screw with your head, The Vanishing on 7th Street. Given Anderson's track record, which includes Session 9 and The Machinist, we'll see pretty much anything the director gets to do. But we have to admit directing chops aside, the flick sounds pretty damned good.
The unprecedented success of Paranormal Activity has been beneficial for many people, but one could argue that IM Global is reaping the most rewards. Hot off the success of Oren Peli’s haunting flick, IM Global Home Entertainment has been forged to focus on lower budgeted theatrical fare.
Brad Anderson is one of those directors who burst on the horror scene with a super spooky early entry (2001's Session 9) but just hasn't quite lived up to his potential. That could possibly change now that he's been signed to direct the film version of graphic novel The Living and the Dead for Solipsist Films.