A new unholier than thou one-sheet and three television spots for Mikael Hafstrom's The Rite have come our way, and we're happy to serve them up to you with a splash of holy water and a stack of Eucharist crackers.
Will the devil continue his winning box office ways in 2011? We'll find out when Mikael Hafstrom (1408) dishes out his demons with the Anthony Hopkins starrer, The Rite. In the interim we've got dozens of pics for ya! Click on the image below for the entire gallery! Look for The Rite arriving in theaters courtesy of Warner Bros. on January 28th, 2011.
The devil has never been hotter at the box office! Take THAT, God! Where is your big moviegoing bankroll, huh? Too busy having wars waged in your name to focus on a little entertainment? George Burns is spinning in his grave as we speak!
Sir Anthony Hopkins has one of the most sinister and recognizable faces our industry has ever known. And now? Now you get to look at his mug in glorious hi-res in this new still from The Rite! Synopsis:
The power of Christ has compelled Warner Brothers to release the official one-sheet for their latest demonic flick, The Rite, and this face will scare the devil straight out of you! Synopsis:
Hammer Films has released the first official images from its upcoming telling of Susan Hill's masterfully scary book, The Woman in Black, and as expected we have them for you right here! James Watkins (Eden Lake) is at the directorial helm. Janet McTeer and Ciarán Hinds co-star. No word yet on who will be portraying the titular character.
Films about exorcists and exorcisms are pretty tricky to pull off. Sure, it's easy to go the head-spinning and pea-soup-spitting way, but lately filmmakers have been relying more on subtlety when it comes to doing battle with the dark one and his minions. So how will The Rite handle the subject matter? Hopefully with a bit of both.
The power of Christ must have compelled Warner Brothers to finally get the trailer for their latest demonic flick, The Rite, online; and we have every preachy second of it for you right here along with the official synopsis! Synopsis:
Correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't Peter Fonda's "Mephistopheles" in the first Ghost Rider supposed to be the devil, and wasn't it all about his ungrateful demonic son trying to conquer the mortal world? Looks like the inexplicable Ghost Rider sequel will have a new devil for Nic Cage to contend with, and this one wants to rule the world via his mortal son.
I'm not sure if it's even possible to be looking forward to a movie more than we are for Hammer's retelling of the classic Susan Hill tale The Woman in Black. Principal photography has begun, and we have your first look at Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe in character as Arthur Kipps.
Some (as far as we're concerned) good news coming out for Hammer's upcoming adaptation of the Susan Hill book and Dread Central favorite, The Woman in Black. Turns out the flick won't be shooting in 3D after all, which suits the subtle tone of the book. Oh, and I bet you're looking for more casting news as well? We've got you covered, kids!
The cast for Mikael Hafstrom's adaptation of Matt Baglio's novel The Rite has increased threefold with the addition of Alice (Repo Men, Predators) Braga, Ciaran (The Eclipse) Hinds, and Toby (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows) Jones.
Conor McPherson loves the supernatural. He adores ghosts and zombies. Some have even made it into his recent film The Eclipse, a drama that is not quite horror. Here again we must engage in the taxonomy debate. Horror generally focuses on the sense and degree of dread injected into a storylin
Conor McPherson loves the supernatural. He adores ghosts and zombies. Some have even made it into his recent film The Eclipse, a drama that is not quite horror. Here again we must engage in the taxonomy debate. Horror generally focuses on the sense and degree of dread injected into a storyline, visuals, and sound. But where are the borders of horror? And what becomes of the films that float on the edge, like this very film we have here? How does the fan or marketer address them?