The first tidbit of casting news for Universal's sequel to their highly successful flick, The Purge has arrived as Frank Grillo has been tapped to lead the cast through another night of absolute mayhem. Hopefully all parties concerned will get it right this time.
Once known as House of Horrors, we have for you right now the first couple of stills from the new film presented by James Wan, Demonic. Check 'em out and bring your holy water. Hey, ya never know!
Hey, wait a second. Didn't James Wan say that he was done making horror films and Insidious: Chapter 2 was going to be his last? Well, that still appears to be the plan. But we'll be seeing his name attached to at least one more horror flick headed our way next year.
Here's the thing... if you're gonna go ghost hunting, you might as well do it with hot chicks. I mean, if things go wrong and some supernatural entity ends up claiming your soul for all eternity, why not have the last thing you see be a beauty? Speaking of which...
More casting news has come in for Dimension's untitled James Wan Presents thriller (formerly House of Horror) starring Maria Bello and Frank Grillo. Read on for the skinny on who else is setting themselves up for a good fright!
It's been awhile, but finally we have some firm casting news coming in for the James Wan-produced horror flick for Dimension, House of Horror. Read on for all the latest details regarding this upcoming spook show.
Exclusive Interview: Actor Dallas Roberts on Once in a Lifetime Chances, Male Bonding and More for The Grey
Now playing in theatres is Joe Carnahan's wildly thrilling The Grey (review here), which follows a small group of oil drillers forced to survive in the Alaskan wilderness after suffering a horrific plane crash. One by one nature – as well as a clever pack of wolves – begins to leave its mark on the group as they continue to face insurmountable odds stacking up against them.
In Joe Carnahan's survivalist thriller The Grey, Joe Anderson plays loudmouth oil rigger Todd Flannery, who always manages to rub his co-workers the wrong way with his less-than-appropriate comments. However, once their plane goes down, Flannery and the rest of the survivors - played by Liam Neeson, Frank Grillo, Dermot Mulroney, Dallas Roberts, Nonso Anozie, Ben Bray and James Badge Dale - are forced to work together to endure both the harsh wintry terrain where they landed as well as a pack of deadly wolves whose feeding grounds the group unknowingly stumble upon.
Exclusive Interview: Actor Frank Grillo Discusses The Grey, Complicated Bad Guys, Eating Wolf and More
Actor Frank Grillo is relishing these past few years of his career. Not only did he recently star opposite Tom Hardy, Joel Edgerton and Nick Nolte in the critically acclaimed flick Warrior, but he's already earning rave reviews for his star-turning performance opposite Liam Neeson in Joe Carnahan's The Grey, which hits theaters this Friday, January 27th.
"The Gates" is the latest entry in the vampire craze that has overtaken the visual media in recent years, and perhaps unsurprisingly, it brings nothing new to the table.
With the popularity of Twilight, "The Vampire Diaries", and "True Blood", it should come as no surprise that the major networks are trotting out their own vampyric soap operas. Premiering this Sunday night at 9/8 Central is ABC's "Desperate Twilight" - sorry, "The Gates", and the network is offering up the first 17 minutes of the show for viewers to sample.
ABC has released a second, slightly longer promo for its upcoming supernatural crime drama "The Gates", which debuts on June 20th. Just by virtue of the fact that Rhona Mitra's in it, I'm willing to give it a shot; here's hoping it fares better than "Happy Town" did!
ABC will be premiering its new supernatural crime drama "The Gates" on June 20th, and along with a teaser promo for the show, we've got the complete cast listing and a synopsis to share.
Some casting news has just come in for ABC's new supernatural crime drama "The Gates", and we've got the skinny for you. And we guess we've got the fat, too. Never really understood what that whole "the skinny" thing meant, but screw it -- you know what we are talking about!