In anticipation of the limited theatrical and VOD release of Nacho Vigalondo's Extraterrestrial (or Extraterrestre for you purists out there), we've got a super short teaser trailer for you to phone home about. Dig it!
Great. Now we've got the damned theme from E.T. lodged in our skulls. In any event Nacho Vigalondo's out of this world horror/sci-fi/comedy Extraterrestrial or Extraterrestre is coming home and we've got your details right here!
The 2011 Sitges Film Festival, held 6-16 October on the Catalan coast of Spain, is finalizing its lineup, which now includes Francis Ford Coppola's Twixt, Kevin Smith's Red State, and the return of Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury, who will be presenting their new piece Livide. In addition, The Thing (2011) has been named as the closing movie.
Another flick making its premiere at both the Toronto International Film Festival as well as Austin Texas' Fantastic Fest is Nacho Vigalondo's out of this world horror/sci-fi/comedy Extraterrestre and we're rockin' a new trailer to get you geared! Dig it!
Fresh off a successful opening salvo of films, Fantastic Fest is proud to announce the second wave of pictures for the week of September 22-29 in Austin, Texas. As always, it looks like an impressive line-up.
TIFF 2011: Image Blow-Out: The Awakening, Extraterrestre, Intruders, Juan of the Dead, Monster's Club, Moth Diaries, Trespass
More films have been added to the already staggering lineup of the 36th annual Toronto International Film Festival, running September 8th-18th, and you know what that means ... Yep! More eye candy! Dig it!
We've been talking about Nacho (Timecrimes) Vigalondo's alien-fueled next film, Extraterrestre, for a few months now with the last time bringing some really cool teaser one-sheets. This time? Eh, not so much.
Man, today's been the day of teaser images and trailers, has it not? While there's no video for the following, the two latest teaser posters for Nacho Vigalando's latest invasion movie Extraterrestre (or Alien) are bound to bring a smile to your face.
Anyone who has seen the movie Timecrimes can attest to one thing, and that's the fact that when it comes to terror and suspense, Spanish director Nacho Vigalondo knows his stuff, and his latest film really has our attention!