On September 30, 2011, Universal Studios brings us the newest offering in mind-bending thrills with the release of Dream House, directed by Jim Sheridan and starring Daniel Craig, Naomi Watts and Rachel Weisz. It's the tale of a family relocated from the bustle of New York City to a serene New England town. Once moved into their "perfect" home, the family soon see everything begin to come unraveled as the past comes back to haunt them.
San Diego Comic Con 2011: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment Bringing Thrills, Chills and The Force!
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment has something for everyone at this year's San Diego Comic-Con. Along with previously announced signings and panels with numerous fan favorites, Fox will bring additional fun to the Downtown area including an outstanding line-up of Blu-ray and DVD releases featuring blood, bunnies, babes, and even Bruce Campbell.
It is with a heavy heart that we report tonight that Patrick Swayze (Donnie Darko) has lost his battle with pancreatic cancer at the all too young age of 57.
Excited about tomorrows DVD / Blu-ray release of S. Darko? You should be. If all goes well this could turn out to be a pretty cool sequel. Considering the mystique and fanfare surrounding the original film that is a pretty big if, but hey, I'm willing to take the chance if only for Frank The Bunny's sake!
Whether you like it or not, the sequel to the cult hit Donnie Darko is right around the corner, and we got the skinny on what you can expect when S. Darko hits DVD and Blu-ray on May 12th.
The full trailer for S. Darko: A Donnie Darko Tale (as it’s now being called) showed up this weekend over at the film’s official site, but you can just check it out below if you like. This time there’s actual footage from the film, unlike in the "teaser trailer" we showed you a few days ago!
A lot of good stuff hits this Tuesday, February 10th, including two anthology shows, two Bruce Campbell movies, two Lodgers, a high-def Darko, psychic killers and a big Blu Doom! Check out the full list below...
Though it’s hard to put Donnie Darko in the “horror” category, I think it’s bizarre enough to have a place in most of your hearts anyway. And when there’s a place in your heart for an original that means you don’t need to make much room to question a pointless sequel.