Hot on the heels of their successful premiere at the Bram Stoker Film Festival last month (click here for details and photos from that event), the folks behind Renfield: The Un-Dead are taking AFM by storm and in character.
Rumors have been swirling about Hilary Swank signing on to the latest vampire flick from John Carpenter, Fangland. So much so that the actress herself has decided to address them.
It's been a while since last there was anything to report regarding The Last Voyage of the Demeter, a new spin on what happened during Count Dracula's trip from Transylvania to London. But lo and behold some casting news has hit online!
Renfield: The Un-Dead is having its world premiere on Friday, October 15th, at the Bram Stoker Film Festival, and to make sure everyone has as much info on the film as possible, Poison Apple Films has unveiled the film's official website - renfieldthemovie.com - along with the winner of their poster contest.
As we told you last month, PadWorx Digital Media is releasing Bram Stoker’s Dracula for the Apple iPad just in time for this Halloween. Now we have a few more details of what will be included, such as never-before-released imagery from Bram Stoker’s family estate. From the Press Release:
A bit more today about Dario Argento's proposed Dracula 3D. The first teaser, along with an interview with the maestro himself, has surfaced online, and of course we have it right here hot and ready for you to sink your teeth into!
Director Bob Willems and screenwriter/lead actor Philip Nichols are just a few weeks away from premiering Renfield: The Undead at the Bram Stoker Film Festival, which runs October 14-17 in Whitby, England; and in honor of the occasion, they're released the first trailer for the film.
Apple's iPad continues to be the tech darling of the year and the reason why is all the cool stuff you can do on it. Thanks to Reverb Games even reading is about to get way cooler! From the Press Release
Renfield: The Undead director Bob Willem is just about to realize every indie filmmaker's dream of being accepted into a film festival and having his hard work pay off with a world premiere on the big screen. Just one task remains: picking the poster. And he's asking for your help.
It's taken a couple of years with a few title changes along the way, but the world premiere of director Bob Willems' Renfield: The Undead is taking place in a few short weeks at the Bram Stoker Film Festival in Whitby, England, which runs October 14-17. In honor of the event at long last we've been provided with some images of Count Dracula from the film.
We've been tracking the progress of director Bob Willems' Renfield: The Undead for quite a while, and now it looks like we're approaching the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel. The rough cut is done, and an official website and trailer are both due in the next few weeks. We're not sure how they found the time, but the filmmakers just sent over a couple of new concept posters for us to share with our readers.
Now this is how to end a week! As everyone knows, vampires are hotter than hot right now, and who better to tackle yet another toothy project than one of our original Masters of Horror, John Carpenter. Yep, JC's next film after The Ward is going to be an adaptation of the 2007 novel Fangland.
While we dig the concept of mashing up classic fiction and/or historical events with zombies and vampires, the trend is starting to become a little like 3D - it's anywhere and everywhere with no end in sight! But we have to admit we're intrigued by the two latest such projects we've heard about: The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: Seance for a Vampire and Frankenstein Has Left the Building.
Sooner or later it is going to happen. The great Quentin Tarantino will surely be directing a horror movie. The guy's buddies with Eli Roth and has been in several particularly gory creature related affairs thanks to long-time collaborator Robert Rodriguez. It's almost hard to believe he hasn't made one already.