Our friends over at STYD did a little detective work and uncovered some details surrounding the next film from The Strangers director Bryan Bertino, which is to be a found footage film tentatively titled Mockingbird for now.
If you aren't already sold on the mystery of ABC's new series "The River", this second sneak peek should more than just pique your interest! Check it out, and start counting the days.
Another ghostly cinéma vérité style flick is on its way to DVD courtesy of Image Entertainment, and we've got your first details, a trailer, and badass artwork for Episode 50 right here! Dig it!
Found footage. With low budget success stories for the bigger studios, this medium is here to stay. Now Universal is looking to tap into the same vein of gold that others have with the new flick Thirteen.
We already knew Ashley Bell would be back for the sequel to The Last Exorcism, and now comes word as to who will be behind the camera barking contortion orders to her: Ed Gass-Donnelly (This Beautiful City, Small Town Murder Songs) has been tapped to direct the R-rated follow-up to the 2010 PG-13 film.
More found footage fun is on its way, this time from WWE Films, who'll soon be exploring the dreaded Bermuda Triangle. Maybe they'll find the secret spot where good wrestling angles have disappeared to. Lord knows the PG13 pablum they're spewing out nowadays is in desperate need of a boost.
A few months ago we were sent information about a viral video that had surfaced which may or may not have been real. Almost immediately all sorts of odd reports began surfacing. Apparently a YouTube video appeared earlier this year which showed a girl overdosing while her friends stood around and jeered her. Now the word is that before this video surfaced, an extortion plot was hatched to get some scratch out of the people involved in the scene (which resulted in the girl's death). No one would pony up the dough so parts of the 393 minutes of footage began leaking online... enter Quentin Tarantino.
The days are ticking away until the premiere of the highly anticipated new ABC series "The River", and we've scored you guys a preview as a means to get you geared up. Stand up straight, check your equipment, grab your map, and dive in!
The duo behind the much maligned The Devil Inside seem to be a hot commodity around Hollywood lately. Just yesterday it was announced that both director William Brent Bell and writer Matthew Peterman were getting set to work on a new film called The Vatican, and now there's talk of another flick being added to their rapidly filling plate.
Over the past several days you've probably noticed an increase in television coverage in the media, and that's because the TCA (Television Critics Association) is currently holding its Winter 2012 Press Tour. As a result, we have some news out of ABC with regard to its upcoming series "The River" along with information on how you can attend a special advance screening of the pilot in Austin, Texas.
Stop us if you've heard this one ... several faux paranormal investigators end up encountering a very real, and very deadly, supernatural phenomenon which leads to them disappearing, leaving behind only their footage to tell their tale. Sound a bit familiar? Well, if you're willing to take the ride again, the new indie spooker Documenting the Grey Man has your hot ticket to Frightville.
Absinthe. The legendary liquor that intrigues the hell out of all of us. What exactly does it do? Are the legends of the hallucinogenic qualities of the drink true or just a myth? The upcoming film Absinthe delves into those questions as they surround a brutal night of murder and cruelty. Was the crime driven by the mysterious booze, or did the killer have everything planned from the beginning? Read on.