Magnet Releasing will release John Dies at the End through Magnet On-Demand beginning December 27, 2012, and in theaters January 25, 2013; and to help build your anticipation even further, a new trailer has arrived.
And the parade of new posters continues today as a new one marches in for Don Coscarelli's John Dies at the End (review). Read on to check it out and look for the flick through Magnet On-Demand December 27, 2012 and in theaters January 25, 2013.
Good news has come in for fans longing to get a look at the new film from Don Coscarelli, John Dies at the End. Just shy of the flick playing at the Toronto International Film Festival, it has scored domestic distribution!
I was lucky enough to sit down with the great Doug Jones last month to talk about John Dies at the End and a potential reunion with Guillermo Del Toro for a dream Frankenstein project. The great thing was, the interview went so well, I had a ton of extra material that wouldn't fit in the original piece. What to do, what to do?
There may not be a more beloved actor in the horror/sci-fi genre than Doug Jones. With an impressive resume that includes some of the most amazing F/X creations ever captured on film, Jones has the uncanny ability to breathe extraordinary life into the most beautiful of characters.
One project we're really happy to see find its footing is Matt Jackson's horror comedy Love in the Time of Monsters, if only for the amount of talent involved. Read on for the early details and even a look at a test scene and some nifty artwork!
Definitely one of the more anticipated flicks for us here at Dread Central is Don Coscarelli’s John Dies at the End, which premiered in January at the Sundance Film Festival and screened recently in Austin during the 2012 SXSW Film Festival, which is currently under way.
This Friday, February 10th, marks the first collaboration between Dread Central and Constellation.tv. We will be holding an online screening of Mike Flanagan's brilliant Absentia with yours truly handling hosting duties. Now the good people at Constellation want you to attend...for free!
So maybe you've heard a lot about online movie screenings but haven't checked one out yet. Here's your big chance. On Friday, February 10th, Constellation.tv will be holding an online screening of Mike Flanagan's awesome film Absentia, and it will be hosted by... me!
Last week we told you about a pretty cool upcoming event where you can watch Mike Flanagan's Absentia (review here) on Constellation.tv with Flanagan hosting it live via webcam. Now we have your chance to see it for free!
We've made no bones about the fact that Mike Flanagan's Absentia (review here) was among our favorite films of last year. If you haven't had a chance to check it out for yourself yet, then mark your calendar for February 2nd as Flanagan will be hosting an online screening and Q&A of the film that evening.
One film we're really anxious to get our claws into is without question the latest from director Don Coscarelli, John Dies at the End. In honor of its upcoming premiere at Sundance, we've got a brand new, and very memorable, one-sheet for you to take a swing at!
This one is probably more thriller than horror, but the synopsis does say "mysterious" events occur, and once we got a look at the genre-heavy cast members, we figured we'd share the new teaser trailer for Human Factor that landed in our inbox today and send ol' 2011 out with a bit of social consciousness.