Darren Bousman's Mother's Day redux is still rolling up in Canada, and from what we've seen and heard the shoot has been an absolute madhouse, packing more than its fair share of carnage and sick!
There's one thing no one can deny about filmmaker Darren Bousman: When it comes to getting the word out about whatever project he's working on, he's an equal opportunity kind of guy. Whether he's tweeting the latest news to the public at large or releasing photos and other such goods to the horror websites, he makes sure everyone has evenly balanced access to information. Case in point -- two new behind-the-scenes stills that debuted on Brian Collins' "Horror Movie a Day" review blog.
Darren Bousman knows all about torturing folks. I mean, come on, after three Saw sequels how could you not become adept at it? His latest casualty? The sultry Jaime King who recently starting blogging about her on-set experiences while making Mother's Day.
A couple more stories for you today came crawling out of the land of Twitter, or, as it is also known, the Twitterverse, concerning casting on two upcoming flicks we're all pretty excited about: Resident Evil: Afterlife and Darren Bousman's Mother's Day.
Some interesting word came down today regarding Darren Bousman's remake of Mother's Day. It seems the cast has filled out a bit. Quite a bit even. Andrew Bryniarski, whom fans will best know as Thomas Hewitt AKA Leatherface from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, has joined Bousman's cast in what is said to be a "mysterious role". I'm thinking Queenie! Read on for more!
Dread Central hit the press junket for Summit Entertainment’s upcoming Sorority Row Sunday in Beverly Hills (and while spoilers are embargoed till the film’s release on September 11), we did talk with Sorority Row lead and horror vet Briana Evigan (who has previously appeared in the genre films S. Darko and House of the Damned, among others) regarding her upcoming role in filmmaker Darren Lynn (Repo!
And the cast ... or should I say victims ... for Darren Bousman's remake of the Eighties classic, Mother's Day continues to shape up nicely as a familiar Saw face joins another pretty one!
Two more lovely vixens (or are they would-be victims?) have signed on to Darren Lynn Bousman's upcoming redux of Charles Kaufman's 1980 cult classic Mother's Day, one of which should come as no surprise given her previous working relationship with the director. Yes, Alexa (Repo!) Vega is joining the production, as is Sorority Row's Briana Evigan.
A couple of updates came through via Twitter today that we thought we'd pass along.
And the first looney ... er ... we mean actor. Yes, the first actor to sign on to Darren Lynn Bousman's upcoming redux of Charles Kaufman's 1980 cult classic has been named, and lord only knows what mayhem and carnage await her!
Darren Lynn-Bousman's Mother's Day remake is set to roll this September in Canada. But you don't have to wait until then to get some juicy story details. You can read on for the dirt!
Just days after breaking the news about Darren Bousman's graphic novel project Abattoir (story here), Variety reports that Bousman will write and direct Abattoir for Radical Pictures. In Abattoir (which is French for slaughterhouse), a real estate agent assigned to clean up the remnants of a massacre that took place in a mansion he hopes to sell is visited by a twisted old man who draws the agent into a web of shadows, murders and massacres.
Even though Darren Bousman is busy prepping his redux of Mother's Day, that hasn't stopped him from bringing other new and disturbing properties to life! Horror comic fans - get ready! You're about to get your blood-soaked due!
A couple of updates came through via Twitter today from director Darren Bousman and mad creator Gris Grimly.
There's no doubt Twitter has changed the way that we get our information. From watching and taking part in revolutions to showing off onset pics from films, real time feeds have captured the imagination of many. Sometimes even some horror news stories arise, but usually they're hard to flesh out because they amount to something that's just under 140 characters. For these moments we now present Terror Tweets!