MPI's Dark Sky Films announced today that it is uniting with Ireland's Fantastic Films for The Cherry Tree, a new genre flick expected to begin shooting at the end of this year. The film will be the first of a three-picture deal between Dark Sky and Fantastic. Read on for details.
Last night at the historic New Beverly Theatre in Los Angeles, Dread Central, in conjunction with Dark Sky Films and Bloody Disgusting, presented the official U.S. premiere of Wake Wood, a Hammer Films production. Couldn't make the event? No worries; the flick hits home video soon, and in the meantime we've got an image gallery from the June 16th premiere for you to thumb through!
In celebration of the release of the latest tale of terror from Hammer Studios, Wake Wood, we're rustled up an exclusive clip for you! But wait ... that's not all! We've also released a new block of tickets to give away so you can see the L.A. Premiere of the flick ON US!
We're just days away from the Los Angeles premiere of Hammer Studios' Wake Wood, and to make sure that you guys don't miss a terror-filled second, we're giving away fifteen (15) pairs of tickets to the event! Read on for details!
Hammer Horror comes Stateside next week when Wake Wood makes its Los Angeles premiere (read on for details), and to get you pumped up for the flick, we've gotten our hands on a brand new clip for you!
You want cool? We've got cool. Dark Sky Films, Bloody Disgusting, and Dread Central have come together to bring fans the new thriller from one of the most famous names in horror! In Los Angeles? Planning to be in LA later this month? This is one event you do not want to miss as the abovementioned trio is proud to present the U.S. premiere of Wake Wood, a Hammer Films Production.
Finally Hammer's The Wake Wood is making its way Stateside for a home video release so we can stop envying our friends from across the pond. Well, stop envying them for a little while at least. They get all the cool shit. Sigh. From the Press Release
For the past three years Hammer Films has been developing a remake of the Jacques Tourneur 1942 classic Cat People, which was already remade once in 1982 by acclaimed director Paul Schrader. After years of talk it looks as if someone is finally ready to step up to the plate, and he has a star already in mind.
With only one week to go until the revitalized Hammer brand’s latest slice of terror arrives on DVD, we’ve managed to bag three copies to give away to lucky UK readers. Read on, and get your entry in for a chance to visit Wake Wood.
You know what's pretty cool? The very last story we published was about film legend Michael Gough passing away, and now we're talking about a new movie from Hammer Films. Life truly does go on, does it not?
If you weren't excited for Hammer Films' Wake Wood yet, wait until you feast your eyes upon its full UK trailer debut. Oh, Hammer. How good it is to have you back!
Living in an age when the great Hammer Films is running and pumping out movies again is simply amazing. Several new stills from their upcoming terror tale The Wake Wood have popped up online, and we have every evil little pixel waiting right here for your perusal.
It's so good to have Hammer Films up and running again. With quality releases like Let Me In and killer material in the works like The Woman in Black, it's easy to stay excited. Just in case you needed another reason to be all sweaty with anticipation ... dig on the trailer for the next Hammer film out of the gate, The Wake Wood!