When it comes to viral marketing, there's no question that the great William Castle was the godfather of the idea. The next folks to successfully utilize this technique were the masterminds behind The Blair Witch Project. Well, part of the latter are back with a new film, and in terms of virals they've outdone themselves.
Before you know it, Image Entertainment's Lovely Molly will be here terrorizing folks who think that nothing supernatural could ever happen to them. Oh, how we love the ignorant! Before we get there though ... let's start at the beginning!
Remember in the Back to the Future flicks when the latest entry in the JAWS franchises ad was a 3D hologram? Well, we're not quite there yet, but damn it we love motion posters! Check out this latest one for indie film Lovely Molly.
One flick we cannot wait for you guys to dig on, Lovely Molly, just got itself a brand spanking new trailer that's likely to haunt you throughout the day. We know you LOVE when that happens!
SXSW 2012 Exclusive Interview: Eduardo Sanchez and Gretchen Lodge Discuss Lovely Molly, Upcoming Projects and More
In Eduardo Sanchez's latest genre offering Lovely Molly, audiences are introduced to the titular character (played by Gretchen Lodge) as a young newlywed with a promising future before she moves back into her long-abandoned childhood home with her husband (Johnny Lewis).
A new one-sheet has hit the interwebs for the startling new film from Eduardo Sanchez (The Blair Witch Project) entitled Lovely Molly (review here), and we have it for ya right here! Dig it!
Good news for fans looking forward to the startling new film from Eduardo Sanchez (The Blair Witch Project) entitled Lovely Molly (review here)! Image Entertainment will be releasing the film on May 18th. Details to follow.
It's times like these we don't mind working on the weekend as the latest news coming out of AFM has one of the best films we've seen all year, Eduardo Sanchez's Lovely Molly (review here), finding domestic distribution with Image Entertainment. The deal comes as Content Film sells international territories at AFM, and we couldn't be happier that our Stateside readers at least are assured of seeing this one sooner rather than later.
One flick we're SUPER excited for you guys to see is the latest film from Eduardo Sanchez, Lovely Molly (review here). Simply put, it's pretty badass and spooky as hell. Hopefully you'll be doing so sooner rather than later. Read on!
Just yesterday we brought you the first clip from Eduardo Sanchez's latest film, Lovely Molly, and now that the first teaser trailer is here, one thing is really apparent ... there's a lot of stuff going on, and all of it is spooky!
Eduardo Sanchez (The Blair Witch Project, Seventh Moon, Altered) knows how to do creepy probably just as well if not better than any filmmaker working within the biz. His latest flick, Lovely Molly, is just days away from playing at the Toronto International Film Festival, and we've got a clip for you.
When it comes to tapping into fear in its most primal form, few directors do it better than Eduardo Sanchez (The Blair Witch Project, Altered, Seventh Moon). When word broke that he had a new film premiering at this year's Toronto International Film Festival, we immediately got on the case and have brought you back the goods!
We just received a heads up that the official site for Eduardo Sanchez’s Seventh Moon has now fully opened its doors. The film’s production site’s been out there a while, but the official site is sexy as hell.
Checking up on Eduardo Sanchez’ MySpace page, I discovered the first poster and trailer for his latest feature, Seventh Moon, which as we announced earlier today will be premiering at this year’s Fantastic Fest in Austin, TX.
December 19th will see the release of Eduardo Sanchez’s return to horror filmmaking, his first since the original Blair Witch Project, via a little movie called Altered. The film deals with a group of friends who were once abducted by aliens. 15 years later they manage to capture one of the aliens with the aim of enacting some revenge, but payback can be a bitch for both sides. Curious about it? I know I am!