The recently retitled Red Machine, known now as Endangered, from David Hackl has nature run amok fans in a tizzy. The main thing on everyone's mind? Will the killer bear be animatronic or straight CG? In reality it will probably be a bit of both, however...
Some quick distribution news has come in for the latest bear run amok flick headed our way from Saw V director David Hackl, Red Machine. Apparently with distro comes news of a title change.
Actor Billy Bob Thornton has revealed a lot of details pertaining to what to expect when his new horror flick, Red Machine, is unleashed upon the masses. Read on to find out who's on the menu.
First Behind-the-Scenes Still from Red Machine Features Thomas Jane Going One-on-One with a Grizzly!
You know the old saying that a picture speaks a thousand words? Well, you're about to see Exhibit "A", which fully backs that sentiment up. We can already hear The Foywonder cackling somewhere in the distance!
Even more casting news has come in for Saw V director David Hackl's latest film, Red Machine. Several actors have joined the cast, and we've got your details ready and waiting for you.
Yes, that headline sounds kind of dirty, but sometimes we just cannot help ourselves. In any event more casting news has come for the next flick from Saw V director David Hackl. Dig it!
Talk about time flying by! It was September of 2010 when last we heard anything about Saw V director David Hackl's next project, Red Machine, but finally some casting news has come to light - for not just one, but three leading men!
Even though Saw V director David Hackl pretty much has his hands full with the previously announced Red Machine and The Butcher Bride, that's not stopping him from taking on other projects, or should we say getting infected by them?
The world needs more killer bear movies. Not only is this a fact but it may be the only way to stifle Stephen Colbert's Keep Fear Alive Rally (Rally to Restore Sanity for the win).
Now that the debris from the great Saw sequel debacle has finally settled, we've been wondering what project Saw V director David Hackl would be tackling next. Finally some news has come.
After being unceremoniously booted off of Saw VII 3D to make room for Saw VI's returning champ Kevin Greutert, Saw V director David Hackl had a lot of time on his hands. But now all that's about to change since he's signed on to help adapt The Butcher Bride, Vince Churchill's sexual, supernatural roller coaster ride of a novel.
Hot off the box office disappointment of Saw VI, Lionsgate is surely eager to cash in on the fast-sinking ship that is the Saw franchise. So eager, in fact, that they’ve announced a release date for their 3D sequel.
I almost feel bad for Saw VI. The flick delivered on all counts; yet, it performed really badly at the box office. We can only hazard a guess that the damage done by the abysmal Part V left audiences so cold that the new film was something they weren't going to bank on this year. David Hackl, director of Part V, now has a date for redemption with his new flick Saw VII 3D.
Yep. Even though Saw VI is just days away, we're already talking about Saw VII. Hard to believe but true nonetheless. At the Saw VI press conference today (look for a full report soon), producer Mark Berg spoke a bit about how they're handling the 3D process for the next entry in Jigsaw's long list of games.
Even though Saw VI hasn't even graced a single screen yet, Lionsgate is pushing forward with the seventh entry into its long-running franchise entitled Saw VII 3D.