Three new bits of eye candy have come our way for one of David Carradine's final films, Night of the Templar. We can only hope that his career lives on via hologram as we dug him a lot more than Tupac. Check 'em out!
We find it amazing just how prolific David Carradine was in the medium of film, and since his untimely and tragic death he's been in almost as many movies as Tupac has made albums. The latest one? Night of the Templar.
With all the hoopla surrounding the NBA lately, we know that there are plenty of angry fans that would love to see Lebron James get his on the court. For those angst filled few we've nailed down a few new stills from Detention to live vicariously through.
In school and throughout my teenage years, I was an absolute and total lunatic. Not kidding either. I super-glued my Spanish teacher to her chair, punched my principal in the face, threw a computer through a closed glass window, etc. You name it. I did it. Though if detention would have been as bad as it is in the movie of the same name, I may have thought twice!
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring David Carradine, Cory Landis, John Callahan, Amy Rasimas, Rib Hillis, Delia Sheppard Directed by Jay Andrews AKA Jim Wynorski
In honor of its 20th Anniversary Special Edition DVD release, this week's Motion Picture Purgatory takes a look at 1990's now classic live-action/animated B-movie Evil Toons.
Any fans of Evil Toons lurking about? C'mon, it's okay. We know you're out there. If you are one of the loony faithful, get ready to give us a huge psychotic smile because the flick is about to hit DVD in style!
This past weekend saw the premiere of the Roger Corman-produced Dinoshark (review here) on Syfy. Today we get the trailer for another future Syfy flick pitting two previous Roger Corman reptilian behemoths in mortal combat. Feast your eyes upon the stupendous chomp-filled trailer for Jim Wynorski's Dinocroc vs. Supergator.
A press release from Highland Myst Entertainment and New Film International recently landed in our mailbox announcing the limited theatrical release of Fall Down Dead. Directed by Jon Keeyes and starring Dominique Swain, Udo Kier, and David Carradine in one of his final horror film roles, Fall Down Dead will open this December in select cities across the country.
We're very sad to report the news this morning that David Carradine has passed away in Bangkok, Thailand.
We knew when Larry Bishop’s Hell Ride was first announced that it’d be a healthy slice of badassedness for those of us who are into things like bikes, beer and booty. If you count yourself among those numbers, you need to see this...
A lot of horror movies from the 1990s we'd like to push out of our memories, especially those that came directly after the Scream-effect. However, even during the gloomy part of the early '90s, there was a certain film about vampires fighting their desires in a remote town that sadly faded from the memories of many horror fans.