What happens when you toss a gaggle of sexy ladies into a whacky and wild graphic novel? You get The Scribbler, which has just found itself a distribution home here in North America. You'll find all the mind-bending details right here!
Another goodie has been slipped our way from the New York Comic Con. On tap for you cats right now is the first official look at Katie Cassidy as Suki in The Scribbler. Check it out along with panel details right here. Dig it!
Katie Cassidy tweeted a picture recently from the set of the new horror flick The Scribbler in character as Suki, and we have it right here next to an image of the original graphic novel character. Cassidy cut her hair and added piercings for the role. God love her!
This writer hit the set of director John Suits’ upcoming feature The Scribbler last week and brought back a teaser image as well as an interview with actress Ashlynn Yennie. Read on for word on her clothing-challenged character and more!
The Scribbler, another graphic novel adaptation that we told you about in early March, begins production this week in downtown Los Angeles, and we have casting details along with the film's synopsis.
Man, it’s been a long time since we’ve made mentioned of Jake (Evil Aliens West’s next flick, Doghouse. Months, in fact, but today Fangoria got an update from West and writer Daniel Schaffer.
Rockworld.TV is currently hosting a new video where director Jake West updates us on the production of his new horror/comedy Doghouse (official webpage). Doghouse introduces us to Danny, who is "handling his divorce badly. He’s depressed. Gone to pieces. But his mates aren’t giving up on him. Struggling with their own mid-life troubles, they drag him off for a boy’s weekend in the country...
Haven’t heard much from Jake (Evil Aliens) West in a while. Last we heard he was prepping his latest film, Doghouse, and that things were moving along nicely. Today Twitch got word that the Doghouse site has received a major overhaul and I’ll be damned if they weren’t right!
Jake West is finally moving on to his next project, after his Pumpkinhead sequel failed to do much of anything but make people want to watch the original again, according to STYD.