On tap right now is an exclusive clip from Daniel Stamm's 13 Sins, which opens in select theatres tomorrow, April 18th. On the fence about seeing this one? This little bit of spooky may do the trick for ya in terms of decision making!
The Last Exorcism director Daniel Stamm was originally enlisted by Dimension Films to direct the American remake of Pascal Laugier's outstanding French horror movie Martyrs. Although he loved the script, the movie never came to be. Why?
When the list of films screening in this year's SXSW Midnighters lineup was announced, Daniel Stamm's 13 Sins was on it, and with its world premiere happening on March 7th during the fest, the official trailer has arrived.
When the list of films screening in this year's SXSW Midnighters lineup was announced, Daniel Stamm's 13 Sins was on it, and with its world premiere happening on March 7th during the fest, a new poster has arrived.
Back in October, BBC America greenlit its new original thriller series "Intruders," penned by Glen Morgan, and now some casting news has come along with the announcement of a pair of directors whose works are quite familiar to horror fans.
The casting news continues for Daniel Stamm's next film for Dimension, Angry Little God, as an actor has signed on for duty who knows all about gods and demons. Read on for the latest.
Indie actor Mark Webber (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) is in talks to star in Angry Little God, a psychological thriller from director Daniel Stamm (The Last Exorcism) that we told you about yesterday. Read on for a refresher.
Around here we really dig on the work of Daniel Stamm, whose last two films, A Necessary Death and The Last Exorcism, we're totally appreciated by the DC staff. Word has come on his next project, and we have it right here!
Starring G.J. Echternkamp, Matthew Tilley, Valerie Hurt Directed by Daniel Stamm Distributed by
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In 2008 a young director by the name of Daniel Stamm introduced a truly shocking little film onto the festival circuit. So controversial was the movie that Stamm was nearly lynched in Kosovo after screening a rough cut of it at a festival there. Eventually the buzz around A Necessary Death led the filmmaker to his biggest gig, The Last Exorcism.
We get the feeling that Mary Elizabeth Winstead is enjoying her stint in horror land as the young actress has yet another genre film on the horizon. Read on for details.
The Last Exorcism director has a lot on his plate lately. With two outstanding projects already in the works - the remake of Martyrs and a directing gig on M. Night Shyamalan's Reincarnate - you can add one more to his scorching fire.
The time has come for Daniel Stamm's The Last Exorcism (Blu-ray review here) to begin haunting homes all over the country and beyond, and as a means to give the devil his due, we've landed a neat little clip for you guys! From the Press Release: