A new international one-sheet and trailer have crept online today for Filmax International's latest bit of cinéma-vérité style terror, The Possession of Emma Evans (formerly known as Exorcismus), and we've got the goods for you!
There's been a curious little rumor going around pertaining to Oren Peli's next movie, Area 51. Some sites have been reporting that writer Stephen Susco has been brought in late in the game for rewrites and even possible reshoots on the cinéma-vérité style film in which the dialogue is largely improvised. Yeah, that didn't sound right to us either so we did a bit of digging to get to the bottom of things.
Something really late out of Cannes. At the big show there was some very early teaser art for both [REC] Genesis and [REC] Apocalypse, and through the wonder of the snipping tool, we have a quick look at both of them for you.
With Cannes approaching fast, all sorts of goodies have begun trickling their way in! First out of the gate is some snazzy new sales art for Exorcismus, which has been compelled by the dullard devil to be retitled to The Possession of Emma Evans.
With the original [REC] filmmakers Paco Plaza and Jaume Balagueró delivered a truly insane experience that was of course neutered and changed into a flick called Quarantine here in the States. [REC] 2 expanded on the first one's demonic storyline (really, screw rabies) and delivered a movie that is akin to mixing Doom 3 with The Exorcist. Both flicks were badass, and now word has come that the duo are bringing us two more flicks in the franchise via Filmax called [REC] Genesis and [REC] Apocalypse!
And we can can say goodbye to another cool title in favor of a far more wooden and lifeless one as the Spanish shocker Exorcismus has been compelled by the dullard devil to become The Possession of Emma Evans.
Fans of the Nazi zombie hit Dead Snow have something else to smile about today as the teaser trailer for director Tommy Wirkola's latest film, Kurt Josef Wagle and the Legend of the Fjord Witch has hit the net, and of course we have a look at it for you! That's why we're here, damnit!
Man, the devil really has been given his due lately, huh? Demonic possession is steadily becoming horror's go-to thing, and that's fine as long as it doesn't lead to the inevitable sure sign of the apocalypse that is The Exorcist being remade in 3D. Yep, that's when we'll seek religion.
I know what you're thinking. "What the hell is a Marble Hornet?" Right? I hear you! After spending half the afternoon researching and digging, I'll be honest: I still have no idea, but you can come on in and check out the first video in a lengthy YouTube series.
Since we had the very first review of Paranormal Activity way back in 2007, it's only fitting that we should be the ones who bust out the first Blu-ray and DVD review, too, no?
There are plenty of real life horrors out there to go along with the made-up stuff that we hold near and dear. In fact, there's probably more. Constant jokes are made about Mexican border-crossers, but the way our country is going ... pretty soon the shoe is likely to be on the other foot. Director Chris Peckover is taking the subject of "illegals" and adding a horror twist to the affair.
With REC 2 (review here) enjoying a some really positive buzz, REC 3 is getting some love in the form of a new teaser image.
Fans of Paranormal Activity have good reason to get excited! Director Oren Peli's next film, Area 51, has found itself some distribution through Paramount, and he'll be working with the same creative force who helped to turn his first film into an absolute phenomenon.
When filmmakers Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez wrote and directed The Blair Witch Project, which debuted in theaters ten years ago this past summer, they ushered in a sub-genre of filmmaking that was part reliant on the power of suggestion, part pre-reality TV, and part old-fashioned exploitation fright film.