To celebrate the release of the upcoming film Poe, tons of the cast and crew of the film will be gathering at Dark Delicacies to sign autographs for the fans. We've got a full list of the attendees you can count on meeting.
Francis Xavier's new film Poe now has an official release date, and in a new turn of events, a sequel has already been announced. This film, whose synopsis reminds us of The Silence of the Lambs, will become available on May 8 via Maverick Entertainment Group.
Billed as "Saw meets The Silence of the Lambs", Poe has a its work cut out for itself to live up to that label. With a release date scheduled for May 2012, we've gotten our first look at the trailer for this cannibalistic treat.
Another new trailer for Francis Xavier's maniacal tale of madness, Poe, has hit online, and we have it right here along with a placemat, a fork and a knife for you! Dig in! Poe stars Greg Travis, Sal Landi, Felissa Rose, Gene Silvers and Maray Ayres. For more visit the official Poe website.
On March 1st Warner Bros./Gravitas released Matt Sconce's Stricken on 15 million televisions via On Demand. In addition, if you live in or near Fresno, California, you have three chances to see the film during that town's Rogue Performance Festival. Stricken was written and directed by Matt Sconce and stars David Fine and Stephanie French. Its synopsis follows:
It's been a while since we last talked about Francis Xavier's latest horror film, Poe, but good things come to those who wait. Good things like the first ever clip!
Just about three weeks ago the official red band theatrical trailer for Francis Xavier's latest horror film, Poe, tore its way online, and now just in time for all of the Memorial Day BBQ's, an NC-17 version has reared its head!
It's been quite some time since we've heard anything about Francis Xavier's latest horror film, Poe, but now a red-band trailer has hit online, and of course we have it for you here hot and juicy just like we know you like it!
There's no question. We all love, appreciate, and revel in the incredibly dark body of work presented to the masses by one of the most macabre and important writers of our times, Edgar Allan Poe. But -- have you ever wondered just what would have happened if his bloodline continued?