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Reviewed by Johnny Butane Starring Josslyn DeCrosta, Erica Rhodes, David Lombard, Lindsay Goranson, James Warke Directed by David Gregory
The guys currently hunkering down and rationing water over at Quiet Earth took time out of their busy schedules of watching the skies for aliens to throw out the poster and official synopsis for The Homecoming, the directorial debut of The Orphanage screenwriter Sergio G. Sanchez.
It’s been a while since much has been said about Paul Solet’s feature-length debut, Grace, but thanks to the upcoming AFM we finally can get an idea of how it’s going to look.
The fiends over at Fangoria just posted a huge list of upcoming films and events going down at the Two Boots Pioneer Theater in NYC, this in addition to all the good stuff we told you about here, and one of the films making its East Coast debut is David Greg
All has been quiet on the front of David Gregory’s Plague Town, the first feature coming our way from Dark Sky Films. Today, however, fresh from the set of Dark Sky’s second production, House of the Devil, I find an update on the killer kids movie. How coincidental is that?
A few weeks back I told you about my visit to the set of Plague Town, the first film from DVD featurette creator extraordinaire David Gregory (“Plague Town Set Visit Preview!” – October 2007).
Saturday night, while most of you were likely out drinking and gallivanting across your particular countrysides, my wife and I were witnessing a slaughter. A slaughter in Plague Town, that is.
Ah, don’t know how we kept missing this one, especially since Dark Sky Films is easily one of the coolest DVD distributors out there now.