For years the world had feared the coming of the year 2012. Mainly because the Mayans decided to stop updating their calendar. The result of all that hoopla? A hilarious disaster porn comedy starring John Cusack. This, however... this is something to be taken far more seriously.
The official trailer for the indie flick Hell, produced by Roland Emmerich, is here and it's a scorcher. What better way could there be to get you through hump day than by engaging in some post-apocalyptic shenanigans?
If you're like us, you're somewhat curious to see what Roland Emmerich (Independence Day, 2012, The Day After Tomorrow) can do as a small-scale producer. We'll be finding out soon enough as his low-budget apocalyptic tale Hell (Bright) is coming at us this summer.
Curious to see what Roland Emmerich (Independence Day, 2012, The Day After Tomorrow) can do small scale? Well then, you'll be happy to hear that his low-budget apocalyptic tale Hell has been acquired for U.S. release through Arc Entertainment later this year.
The 2011 Sitges Film Festival has concluded its competition portion and announced awards in more categories than we've seen at any other fest. The biggest winners are Kevin Smith's Red State and Joe Cornish's Attack the Block, but several other films we've been closely watching here on Dread scored victories as well, including Kill List, Livid, The Divide, The Woman, Bellflower, Hell, and Detention.
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.
We saw the full international for the Roland Emmerich produced post-apocalyptic thriller Hell a few weeks ago, but now a version with English subtitles has hit YouTube. Check it out, and let us know what you think now that you can better tell what's going on.
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.
February 9th is finally here, which means two things: Dante's Inferno's ninth circle of hell has been revealed, and the video game itself is launching today! Not only that, but to celebrate the release of Electronic Arts' and Visceral Games' Dante's Inferno, the Dante's team is hosting a CoveritLive chat event.
EA Games and Visceral Games' Dante's Inferno is finally hitting the streets on Tuesday, February 9th, and we've got a look at a new video showing Dante's descent into the deepest corners of the underworld. Satan will have hell to pay indeed!
We've been aware that the release date of Visceral Games and EA Games' Dante's Inferno is next Tuesday, February 9th, for quite some time now, but come this weekend, millions more people will be joining in the anticipation as the game is set to make a splash at the Super Bowl with a cinematic and moody 30-second spot.
Two more clips from Starz Media's animated companion piece to the upcoming EA video game adaptation of the classic tale Dante's Inferno came up from the depths today, and we have them for you all hellish and filled with torture.
By now everyone should be pretty geared up for the release of Visceral Games and EA Games' Dante's Inferno on February 9th, but just in case you're still not convinced, the developers have released a new video that showcases Dante's wicked-fast moves as he slashes and slaughters, massacres and mangles the devil's demons through Hell's nine circles.