Those of us who were around back in the Sixties vividly remember the story of the Boston Strangler, but if you were born later, perhaps you've seen the film version starring Tony Curtis. If not, don't worry; a new thriller about the desperate search for the murderer who terrorized the Boston area is coming our way thanks to Warner Bros.
The movie killing beast known around here as the fearsome Bloatedicus Budgetasaurus has struck again, this time dealing a death blow to a long talked about project that's gone straight to hell.
This year a giant monster has been running roughshod throughout Hollywood stomping productions into the ground, causing general mayhem and breaking the hearts of fans. It's name ... Bloatedicus Budgetasaurus, and this beast just struck again!
No, we're not talking about the soft-core porn network, and we're not peddling personal massagers (not yet anyway, though we do endorse them). What we have on tap here is the latest bit of confirmed casting news for Alex Proyas' take on the classic tale Paradise Lost.
Even more casting news has come in for Alex Proyas' take on the classic tale Paradise Lost. Let's face it; running Hell is probably a chore and a half what with all the torturing that needs to be done, etc. I mean, who exactly keeps stoking those fires anyway? Even big Lou can use a hand.
More casting news coming in for Alex Proyas' take on the classic tale Paradise Lost. Know what would be cool as hell? If Proyas would cast Meatloaf in a part. Imagine his new twist on "Paradise by the Dashboard Light"! Friggin' EPIC!
Following in brother Ben's (Bartleby in Dogma) angelic footsteps is Casey Affleck, who has just signed on to engage in a journey through hell in the upcoming big screen adaptation of Paradise Lost.
Time for a second international poster for the ever so controversial new flick The Killer Inside Me. This one comes with a shot of vodka! Nostrovia!
Here around the Dread Central office we're big fans of films described as uber violent and chilling so we're looking forward to IFC's roll-out of The Killer Inside Me, and to help get you guys excited too, we have two clips for you to dig on.
Time for a new poster with a hint of international flavor for the ever so controversial new flick The Killer Inside Me. Take a bite!
It's been an insane year for horror already, and now that the summer convention season is approaching, news and event reports will continue heating up! Amid all the chaos, we did manage to take in an offering or two from the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival. This year's lineup was fairly light on the creepy offerings, but we caught three films getting a fair amount of buzz. Here's the skinny…
In advance of The Killer Inside Me's June 18th theatrical release in New York (with a national expansion beginning June 25th), IFC Films has provided us with the official US trailer and one-sheet artwork.
We are pretty damned sure that you have heard all about the ruckus Michael Winterbottom's The Killer Inside Me caused overseas at the European Film Market due to its brutality, so to say our eyes are very focused on this flick is an understatement. Like the first clip from the film, the first official trailer is pretty tame as well.
As we've done in years past, we're going to be spotlighting the horror offerings at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival, which runs from April 21st through May 2nd in New York City. First up is the uber violent and controversial The Killer Inside Me.
By now we've all heard the stories about the ruckus Michael Winterbottom's The Killer Inside Me caused overseas at the European Film Market due to its brutality, so to say our eyes are very focused on this flick is an understatement. The first clip from the film has come online today showing some of the calm before the storm. Sorry, bloodhounds, you're gonna have to wait for your viscera.