Just yesterday we reported that Don Coscarelli has joined the Twitterverse and has been teasing a new project. Well, the man has not stopped, and today more has come direct from the horse's mouth regarding just what this new film could be.
Legendary filmmaker Don Coscarelli has joined the wonderful world of Twitter, and he brings with him a whole lot of teasing about an undisclosed project. Curious? We are!
Okay, so nobody's really breaking spines but ... It's been a good long while since last we talked about Don Coscarelli's sequel to Bubba Ho-Tep lovingly titled Bubba Nosferatu: Curse of the She-Vampires.
This morning the guys at AICN had an interview with Paul Giamatti up in which he announced that Ron Perlman was looking to fill the blue suede shoes of Elvis Presley in Don Coscarelli’s Bubba Nosferatu. We told you about it cause we love you, and now we have official word from Bubba Nosferatu writer Stephen Romano on the casting!
I just don’t know how I feel about Ron Perlman in the shoes of The King, or the shoes of Bruce Campbell for that matter, but according to a recent interview with Paul Giamatti over on AICN, that’s who’s interested in filling out the jumpsuit for Bubba Nosferatu.
Californians and fans willing to travel have to ask themselves this question -- "What's cooler than seeing Phantasm up on the big screen?" The answer? Seeing it on a big screen in the middle of a cemetery! Click here for details on an event you do not want to miss!
Probably the most confusing of the Phantasm franchise, not really a series known for its linear storytelling, Phantasm IV: Oblivion is finally getting a much-needed special edition DVD release on August 26th as part of the Anchor Bay Collection! This new edition will boast a brand-new anamorphic transfer as well as the following features;
By now I’m sure you’ve heard of Don Coscarelli’s next project, but if not allow us to be the first to tell you about John Dies at the End, an adaptation of the debut novel by David Wong.
No, not exactly, but it sure is a good sign! Don Coscarelli recently recorded a video tribute to the Alamo Drafthouse, the original of which is sadly closing it's doors, but before he gets to talking about the Drafthouse (and dies a horribly ironic way) he's watching something very interesting on the monitor. Check it out:
Starring A. Michael Baldwin, Bill Thornbury, Reggie Bannister, Kathy Lester, Terrie Kalbus, Mary Ellen Shaw, Angus Scrimm Directed by Don Coscarelli Distributed by Anchor Bay Entertainment
Episode 1 Starring Bree Turner, Ethan Embry, John de Santis, Angus Scrimm Directed by Don Coscarelli Airdate: October 28, 2005