Cold in July
The three movies listed in the headline above already had something in common, and now they've got two things in common. All three are movies we're very much looking forward to seeing this year, and all three have just been acquired for UK distribution. Read on for details!
After impressing with the horror films Stake Land and We Are What We Are, Jim Mickle heads into thriller territory with Cold in July, which has just found the warmth of a distribution home. Read on for the scoop!
The first artwork has come out of Sundance for Jim Mickle's adaptation of Joe R. Lansdale's Cold in July starring Sam Shepard (Killing Them Softly, Mud), Don Johnson (Django Unchained), Vinessa Shaw (Two Lovers), and Michael C. Hall ("Dexter"). Dig it!
It's that special time of year again when films are announced for Sundance and we have to do our best to figure out from very brief descriptions if they're horror or not. In any event, here's the first wave of what we think are the genre highlights.
Three more have signed on for Jim Mickle's adaptation of Joe R. Lansdale's Cold in July as Sam Shepard (Killing Them Softly, Mud), Don Johnson (Django Unchained), and Vinessa Shaw (Two Lovers) have joined lead Michael C. Hall ("Dexter").
Following up on the news that came out of the recently concluded Cannes Film Festival that filming on Jim Mickle's adaptation of Joe R. Lansdale's Cold in July is set to begin in late July, we now have word on the first actor to join the cast.
It's been exactly a year since we last had an update on Jim Mickle's (Stake Land, We Are What We Are) adaptation of the Joe R. Lansdale novel Cold in July, but with Cannes in full swing, news has come that filming is set to begin in late July with an early 2014 delivery.
It was way back in 2009 that we broke the exclusive that Stake Land director Jim Mickle would be adapting Joe R. Lansdale's Cold in July for the big screen. After years of silence finally there's some movement on that and more.
Just the other day we showed you guys some original concept art from two projects on the way from director Jim Mickle and writer/star Nick Damaci of Mulberry Street fame: Stake Land and the Joe R. Lansdale adaptation Cold in July. To follow up, we dropped Mr.
This morning we got a heads up that some teaser art for the next two films from Jim Mickle (Mulberry Street) have shown up on the man’s official website, and though they don’t give anything in terms of updates, its nice to have some visuals to go with the projects.
Just got off the phone with Jim Mickle and Nick Damaci, director and writer/star (respectively) of Mulberry Street (review), which as you know is coming to theaters this November as part of the second annual After Dark Horrorfest.