The Last Exorcism has been in theatres for a couple of weeks now, and you know what that means - time for Trembles' take on the flick! Synopsis
If there's one thing the Hostel films are known for, it is their gore. Yep, the red stuff has a glorious way of being splashed around with reckless abandon, and hopefully the third one will be no different. Today we learned via their website that Robert Kurtman's Creature Corps will be bringing the grue to the film.
As evidenced by the recent American box office success of The Last Exorcism, horror movies are more popular than ever, but is that popularity limited to the good old US of A? Absolutely not if a recent report by the UK's Sky News is any indication. According to them horror films are increasing in popularity, and some experts claim it is because of the gloomy economic times.
The only thing that can soften the horrendous news that Vampires Suck made more money for the second week in a row than Piranha 3D (thanks for bringing us one step closer to Idiocracy, brain dead America) is Lionsgate's terror tale The Last Exorcism nabbing the top honors at the box office this weekend. I guess the devil made us do it! According to Box Office Mojo the flick opened with a very healthy estimated $21.3 million. At least theatre-goers get it right sometimes.
And the cast of Hostel Part III has more than doubled with the recent announcement of four more names that are joining the Vegas-based production. Will they be victims or perpetrators of the mayhem? Only time will tell!
The Last Exorcism Central - Everthing You Need to Know - The Exclusive Review, Interviews, and More!
The day's finally upon us! Lionsgate's The Last Exorcism is now haunting a theatre near you and we have assembled every tasty bit of exclusive content we've brought you over the last few months into one unholy place. The Daniel Stamm directed film, which was produced by Eli Roth, is in theatres now. Check out the official The Last Exorcism Facebook page for more; then dig on the official The Last Exorcism website here.
Live in or near Burbank, California, and can't wait until tomorrow to see The Last Exorcism? Then how about checking out a midnight show TONIGHT with producer Eli Roth in attendance as well?
Ashley Bell isn't a household name just yet, but if there's any justice in the world, that will all change after this weekend when Lionsgate releases Daniel Stamm's The Last Exorcism.
Eli Roth is one of the genre's busiest men so it's really nice to know that he hasn't forgotten about one little project that's been cooking for a while now - a feature length version of the faux trailer he made for Grindhouse called Thanksgiving.
The casting roulette wheel is spinning really friggin' fast! That's right, kids! More potential victims have been announced for the Vegas based Hostel Part III, and they're ready to bet on red. Blood red.
And so it goes! The first actor has signed on to the third sequel in the Hostel franchise that's heading to Sin City. Knowing how the Hostel films go, there's going to lots and lots and lots of sinning, too. Of the most brutal kind.
In honor of the Lionsgate release this Friday of Daniel Stamm's The Last Exorcism (review here), which fictitiously tells the tale of some really spooky goings on in Louisiana, we thought this to be an opportune time to dig up the real life dirt on some of the state's most infamously haunted places and legends!
Eli Roth is known for being the guy who put the gore back in horror. Before Cabin Fever hit theaters in the early 2000s, the theatrical landscape from our beloved genre was looking a little bleak. Once Roth unleashed the film, his clever and creepy gorefest set in the woods, fans knew that the times, they were a-changing.
Andrew Kasch just called in from the junket for The Last Exorcism (review here) with a couple of really interesting tidbits for us regarding the film's home video release as well as what's next for director Daniel Stamm.
For those of you out there who simply cannot get enough of The Last Exorcism (review here) our friends over at Cinefantastique nailed down an exclusive audio chat with both Eli Roth and Daniel Stamm on their latest podcast. Dig it!