Dimension Extreme has finally released the U.S. date for the highly anticipated follow-up to the original Zombie Diaries (review here), known here in the States simply as Zombie Diaries 2. When will they rise again? Read on for details!
With Troll Hunter (review here) enjoying a limited theatrical run and gaining cult-status steam, it's only right that somehow it invades every aspect of pop culture ... including Star Wars.
The first casting news for the upcoming cinéma-vérité effort from StudioCanal featuring nature's greatest creatures, dinosaurs, is finally here, and we have the scoop on who will be finding footage that was better left lost. Dig it!
Cinéma-vérité style found footage flicks are all the rage lately thanks to their low production costs and usually profitable returns. Combine this with the resurgence of alien flicks and you've got box office gold, right? At least that's what the people pumping things out are hoping for.
Every now and again a flick comes along that gets our attention in a big way by defying the odds and pulling off something that is, for the most part, completely unique. Howie Askins' Evidence is exactly that kind of experience.
At this point we'll be surprised if the cinéma-vérité film Apollo 18 ever makes it into theatres. Why, you ask? Because Dimension Films has switched its release date for the fifth, yes fifth, time. Get out your calendars, kids, but mark off the date in pencil. Just in case.
Are you maybe a little too young to remember all the Apollo missions leading up to this summer's cinéma-vérité film Apollo 18? If so, you'll definitely want to check out the recently launched retrospective timeline of the past 17 Apollo missions via the Apollo 18 Facebook page. Even if you were around back in 1966-1972, it's a pretty cool refresher course.
The influence of Oren Peli's smash hit Paranormal Activity is still being felt years later with movies from all over the world trying to recapture that lightning in a bottle. Who's next to throw their hat into the ghostly ring?
The official trailer for the long awaited sequel to director Michael Bartlett and Kevin Gates' The Zombie Diaries (review here), World of the Dead: The Zombie Diaries 2, is here; and we have every shambling second of it for you!
A while ago we reported on a 3D animated remake of The Last Broadcast, which if you remember followed two filmmakers, Stefan Avalos and Lance Weiler, as they had their own hunt in the woods looking for a nasty local legend pre-Blair Witch. Today we learned a bit more. Filmmaker John Stevenson dropped us a line with a quick update.
Well, no. Not really. However, that is the title of the latest indie horror comedy from Panik Attak Productions. Maybe now those disembodied kids in the woods are actually laughing at something funny? In any event below you'll find the trailer for this newest project, which was written and directed by "AJ".
Magnet Releasing is quickly becoming this writer’s favorite distribution house. In the last year, they’ve put out some of the most compelling genre films including Monsters, Black Death, I Saw the Devil, Rubber, and Hobo with a Shotgun. Their latest release, Troll Hunter, is just as remarkable a film as the company it’s keeping.
Just days after the announcement that the long awaited sequel to director Michael Bartlett's The Zombie Diaries (review here), World of the Dead: The Zombie Diaries 2, would be opening across the pond in June, we now have the first official look at the artwork for you!
We are completely convinced that it is impossible for something having to do with Troll Hunter to not kick a copious amount of ass. Case in point: this new comic inspired piece of artwork that we fully expect to become wallpaper everywhere.