The Theatre Bizarre is one of the more well received anthologies to come our way in recent years, but of course no film is ever fully reviewed until it gets the Trembles treatment. Read on to see what our crazy Canuck thought of it!
Image Entertainment announced today that they will be bringing the lunacy that is The Theatre Bizarre home to the masses, and we've got the scoop on what to expect once it arrives. Dig it!
It's trailer time, kids, and this one has been a long time coming! Sit back, relax, make sure no one is looking, and get ready for your first inside look at the horrific perversions of The Theatre Bizarre!
The first theatres have been announced that will be showing the upcoming anthology flick The Theatre Bizarre, and of course we have them for you right here. Road trip maybe?
One anthology we're really looking forward to seeing around these parts is without question The Theatre Bizarre. Especially since there's already a sequel in the works. So when will you be able to dig the original?
With July rapidly approaching, that means two things - the one/two punch of both Comic-Con and Canada's incredible Fantasia Film Festival! Speaking of the latter, the first wave of announcements is here! Read on for details! From the Press Release
When the Fantasia International Film Festival returns to set Montreal ablaze this summer, the fantastic film festival – one of the largest and most influential of its kind in the world – will be celebrating its 15th anniversary with an astonishing three-week showcase of international genre cinema, from July 14th to August 7th, 2011.
Finally, the long-awaited teaser trailer for Doug Buck’s The Broken Imago is online and ready for your critical eyes to pass judgment upon! Or just enjoy the imagery, whichever is easier for you...
The latest film from “Cutting Moments” director Douglas Buck, The Broken Imago, is only a teaser trailer right now, but it’s a teaser trailer that’s preparing to win hearts and minds with its tale of a virus that targets only adults.
Ah, the sweet beauty of Montreal in July. For me there’s nothing like it. I love coming to this city every year when it’s at its very peak, and this year I couldn’t be happier simply because this trip came so close to not happening.
Douglas Buck, director of Family Portraits: A Trilogy of America and the Sisters remake, is less than confident in mankind’s ongoing destructive relationship with mother earth. His in-the-works opus The Broken Imago has the earmarks of a terrifying new entry in a subgenre of increasing relevance, the Eco-Horror film.