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Sean Bean Has the Black Death

Sean Bean’s a cool mofo, isn’t he? Even while wandering around in the world’s most useless subplot (right Silent Hill?), I find myself struggling to suppress the hetero man-crush that’s been in bloom since the first time I saw GoldenEye.

Carice van Houten Has the Black Death

Those who did venture out to see the Tom Cruise Nazi epic Valkyrie (you know, the one in which nobody had a German accent) will most likely know the name Carice van Houten. If you don't, you and everyone else will be getting to know her quickly because she just signed on for Chris Smith's British horror film Black Death.

Trailer for Christopher Smith's Triangle

The first trailer for Christopher (Severance) Smith’s return to straightforward horror, Triangle, has shown up online, and you may allow your eyeballs to take it in by looking below!

Severance Director to Helm Black Death

It’s been a long time since we’ve heard hide or hair about Black Death, the post-apocalyptic medieval film we first mentioned back in February. Thankfully we can not only give you more on the film itself, but the goods news that Severance (review) director Christopher Smith is now at the helm!

Triangle Next for Severance Helmer

Today it was verified that Christopher Smith, director of Creep and Severance, two very different movies in terms of tone and attitude, will be next working on a feature called Triangle.

Severance Opening Online

Magnolia Pictures just sent out word that the first three minutes of Severance (review), the new horror/comedy from Creep director Christopher Smith, are now online and ready to be watched.

Severance (2006)

Reviewed by Debi Moore Starring Toby Stephens, Claudie Blakley, Andy Nyman, Babou Ceesay, Tim McInnerny, Laura Harris, Danny Dyer Directed by Christopher Smith

Smith Thinks Work Sucks

I really don’t know why we keep failing to mention Christopher Smith’s horror/comedy Severance, his follow-up to the underground thriller Creep (review), but that’s what happens when you’ve only got one full-time guy banging out the news. Shit slips through the cracks.

Creep (DVD)

Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Franka Potente, Vas Blackwood, Ken Campbell, Jeremy Sheffield, Paul Rattray, and Sean Harris Directed by Christopher Smith Released by Lions Gate Home Entertainment