The full international trailer for the Roland Emmerich produced post-apocalyptic thriller Hell is here, and it's heating up the interwebs. Sorry, no English subtitles, but you'll get the idea.
After his vision of Godzilla many fans agreed with that headline. Still, we're not talking about that nor do we wish Emmerich would rot in the fiery pit of Hades. What we have here is a new flick he has executive produced called Hell (aka Bright) about ... you guessed it, the end of the world.
I know the headline reads more like a clothing catalogue ad, but alas, we're talking about Andy Fetscher's horror tale Urban Explorer, which is set to make its debut at this year's Fantasia International Film Festival. To celebrate the flick's arrival, we've got a full image gallery for you to dig on! Start exploring now!
There are just a few days left in Indie Horror Month, and today we bring word of an upcoming independent German production entitled Urban Explorer from director Andy Fetscher via Papermoon Films and The Little Film Company. Urban Explorer was written by Martin Thau and stars Nathalie Kelley, Nick Eversman, Klaus Stiglmeier, and Max Riemelt. Synopsis:
How do you say "I can't believe it's not a Syfy original movie" in German? The Germans certainly love their nature run amok movies, and the latest Deutschland creature feature is the horror-comedy Crocodile Alert. As you may have already guessed, the movie is about a killer crocodile being hunted by a trio of zany Germans. Something tells me a "crocodile alert" won't be as memorable as the "shark alarm".
Germany’s premier action and suspense television channel, 13th Street, has a branding system that has really been turning heads, even ripping them clean off. If you are even slightly a fan of the undead, you must see what they've come up with for their stationery and related office products.
Finally, some casting has taken place for Lars Von Trier’s long-gestating Anitchrist, and it’s good enough to make it more than worth the wait. Variety reports that Willem Dafoe (pictured) and Charlotte Gainsbourg (I’m Not There) have signed on for the film.
Not a huge bit of news, but for those of us waiting to see what Lars von Trier will deliver to us with a straight-up horror movie, it’s good news nonetheless.
Back when Fritz Lang released what many consider to be his masterpiece, Metropolis, in 1927, it did so badly that the investors decided to cut out about 25% of the film and re-release it. Believe it or not, it actually did better (showing producers sometimes might know what the audience wants), but the cut footage has been thought lost ever since.
All right, so it’s not exactly timely, per se, but sometimes things fall through the cracks and it takes us a while to notice ‘em.