Making its world premiere at the Fantasia Film Festival next month is the 38 years in the making sequel to the cult classic The Wicker Man entitled The Wicker Tree, and we have another look at the weirdness to come in the Robin Hardy flick.
I'll admit it. Horror Express is one of my favorite movies on the planet. It's impossible not to love a film featuring horror legends Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing squaring off against an armed with a whip Telly Savalas and a whistling demonic yeti who has the ability to suck your brain smooth of its knowledge, thereby turning you into a mindless white and bloody-eyed zombie!
Fans waiting patiently for Robin Hardy's semi-sequel to his 1973 classic The Wicker Man, entitled The Wicker Tree won't have very much longer as the flick has landed itself some Stateside distribution.
Hammer Films' The Resident hits Blu-ray and DVD today, but if you forgot to pre-order your copy, don't despair as we have a few Blu-rays to give away courtesy of Image Entertainment. To enter, just send us an E-MAIL HERE including your FULL NAME AND MAILING ADDRESS. We’ll take care of the rest.
In anticipation of the March 29th release of Hammer Films' The Resident on Blu-ray and DVD by Image Entertainment, we've gotten our claws into an uber-creepy exclusive clip that makes a very good argument for just why you should sleep with one eye open! Synopsis:
In anticipation of the March 29th release of Hammer Films' The Resident on Blu-ray and DVD by Image Entertainment, we have a half dozen new stills, a trio of clips, and a snippet of Jeffrey Dean Morgan discussing his getting attached to the movie to share. Synopsis:
Reviewed by Sean Decker Starring Hilary Swank, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Lee Pace, Christopher Lee
We've just dug our claws into some new imagery from The Wicker Tree, Robin Hardy's long awaited sequel to The Wicker Man, to go along with the recently released trailer. Dig 'em before they burn away!
No matter how you slice it, the artwork released here in the States for Hammer's The Resident is pretty bland. So how did they fare across the pond? Not much better. Dig on the UK quad one-sheet below courtesy of Empire Online.
Move over teaser! The full trailer for Robin Hardy's long awaited sequel to The Wicker Man is here and it brings all sorts of inappropriate connotations with it!
On February 13th at the 2011 Orange British Academy Film Awards, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) will be honouring Sir Christopher Lee, one of the horror genre's most beloved icons, with its Academy Fellowship. “It’s a very unexpected but very great honour to find myself in such distinguished company to receive the fellowship", said Lee of the award.
In the quickest turnaround to home video we have ever heard of, Hammer's The Resident will garner a theatrical release on February 17th and a Blu-ray and DVD release the very next month on March 29th. That's lightning fast and we're not complaining! No word on special features yet, but Image Entertainment always handles things incredibly well. More soon!
With its March 29, 2011, Blu-ray/DVD release date locked in, we have all been wondering just when we were going to get a chance to see The Resident in theatres. Along with a slightly revised trailer an answer has come -- February 17th, 2011!
With a March 29, 2011, Blu-ray/DVD release date and a limited theatrical run still looming for The Resident, the Antti Jokinen-directed thriller for Hammer and Image Entertainment, the promo goods are making their way online. How about three new looks at the great Christopher Lee for you?
Well, this is curious. Despite a one-sheet that teased a spring theatrical release for Hammer's Hilary Swank horror vehicle, The Resident, Image Entertainment has announced a March 29th, 2011m Blu-ray/DVD release date for the Antti Jokinen-directed thriller.