David R. Ellis
This weekend the New Beverly Cinema, in partnership with Horror Movie a Day, will feature a 35mm screening of Final Destination 2 as part of its ongoing midnight series. It's the tenth anniversary of the popular horror sequel, which is regarded by many fans as the best in the franchise.
Some truly shocking and sad news has hit the wire as director David R. Ellis (Snakes on a Plane, Shark Night, Final Destination 2) is no longer with us. Details are scarce at the moment, but read on for what we know as of now.
David R. Ellis is a director with several entertaining genre titles under his belt such as Final Destination 2 and Snakes on a Plane. We're still trying to forget about Shark Night and The Final Destination so hopefully with this new flick he can get back on track.
Looking forward to having a Shark Night of your own right in the comfort of your own home? Well, it's coming. About a month ago we brought you the home video artwork for Shark Night 3D, and now we have the full specs for you right here! Dig 'em!
When I wrote my review of Shark Night 3D, I described it as a movie that would probably play much better on DVD than in theaters because it really didn’t offer up enough to justify paying premium 3D theatrical prices. We’ll all get to find out if I’m right when it surfaces onto DVD and Blu-ray just after the New Year.
It's been many months since last we checked in with the latest project from director David R. Ellis (The Final Destination, Shark Night 3D) known as The Briar Lake Murders, but there finally seems to be a bit of movement in those troubled waters.
The non-stop assault to your senses by nature's most efficient killers comes to a head with the theatrical release of Relativity Media's Shark Night 3D in theaters. If the insane amount of coverage wasn't enough to help you decide what to spend your hard-earned dough this weekend, we hope that this nifty package of our choice bits will do the trick.
Dread Central's Highlights from Shark Night 3D Roundtable Interviews with Joel David Moore, Sara Paxton and More!
Tonight at midnight horror fans all over will be able to see for themselves if Shark Night 3D has any bite to it or not. Directed by David R. Ellis (The Final Destination), Shark Night 3D is centered around a group of college friends who set out for a relaxing weekend lakeside, only to witness their vacation turn into a bloody disaster after they realize the lake has somehow become overrun by a gaggle of angry (and hungry) sharks.
With Shark Night 3D swimming into theatres this Friday, September 2nd, we here at Dread Central thought thatvnow would be an appropriate time to give away some official goodies to fend off the flesh-eaters!
Who would have thought back in 1996, when stuntman-turned-director David R. Ellis made his directorial debut with a sequel to the family movie Homeward Bound that he would go down in movie history as one of the main faces of horror cinema of the 00s?
Are you one of those folks who watch the making-of features on DVDs more often than the actual movie itself? If you are, have we got a treat for you. Get ready to dig on lots of behind-the-scenes goodies from Shark Night 3D.
In this final installment of our Shark Night 3D video interview series, we bring you some words of wisdom from two behind the camera talents, director David R. Ellis and animatronics supervisor Walt Conti.