Dark Sky Films
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring (Barracuda) Wayne Crawford, Jason Evers, Roberta Leighton, Cliff Emmich, (Island Fury) Monet Elizabeth, Tanya Louise, Michael Wayne, Mike Jacobs Directed by (Barracuda) Harry Kerwin, (Island Fury) Henri Charr
You just had to know a team-up like this would happen eventually; the match is too perfect to ignore. Today it was officially announced that Dark Sky Films and Glass Eye Pix would be rejoining forces (their first outing being Ti West’s House of the Devil) for a slate of new horror films.
Theatre-going-wise the last few weeks have sucked for horror fans. There's been nothing, and I mean nothing, going on. God forbid Lionsgate would have released Repo during this dry spell when it could have made some cash. Anyways, if you're in the California area, we've got something for you to do!
Dark Sky Films has released the final DVD art (on your right) and a brand-new trailer (linked below) for Isidro Ortiz’s Shiver, which they will be releasing on October 28th, 2008.
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring (Deadbeat at Dawn) Jim VanBebber, Paul Harper, Megan Murphy, Ric Walker (The Manson Family) Marcelo Games, Marc Pitman, Leslie Orr, Maureen Allisse, (short films) Terek Puckett, Mark Gillespie, Hiroshi Tajima
Hey there, we just got two really cool bits of info from Dark Sky Films concerning their first original production, David Gregory’s Plague Town. The first is the simple but effective poster you see on your right, which you can click on to see bigger.
Just got a heads up from the folks at Dark Sky Films that Ti West’s 80’s-era House of the Devil has officially wrapped! Wow seems like just the other day we were putting up a story about it being announced…
All has been quiet on the front of David Gregory’s Plague Town, the first feature coming our way from Dark Sky Films. Today, however, fresh from the set of Dark Sky’s second production, House of the Devil, I find an update on the killer kids movie. How coincidental is that?
More good casting news came down today for Ti West’s upcoming House of the Devil, which is currently in front of cameras.
Towards the end of our most recent Dinner for Fiends (hear it here), I managed to squeeze some info out of our guest star, A.J. Bowen (pictured, sans beard, from his latest film Maidenhead), about his upcoming role in Ti West’s House of the Devil, a movie he seems very happy to be doing.
Probably one of the best interviews I’ve ever done, not because I was exceptionally good but my subject was, was with The Signal star A.J. Bowen (hear it here!). I want nothing but the best for the bearded badass, so the news that he’ll be appearing in Ti West’s The House of the Devil fills me with joy.
Dark Sky Films announced today that they're expanding their original production line (the first is David Gregory’s Plague Town) with a brand-new film from Trigger Man/Cabin Fever 2 director Ti West (pictured), The House of the Devil.