E1 Entertainment has provided us with the DVD and Blu-ray artwork as well as a brand spanking new release date for Fruit Chan's take on the Hideo Nakata tale Joyurei, or, as it will be known here, Don't Look Up.
In just a couple of weeks a little film we've been talking about for a while now, Red Velvet (review here), will be hitting DVD, and we've got the skinny on what to expect when it drops!
As if the trailer for Fruit Chan's Don't Look Up wasn't ghastly enough, some really disturbing "birthing" photos have come our way that should be more than enough incentive to invest in condoms.
Just a day after the first still came to light, the trailer for Fruit Chan's take on the Hideo Nakata tale Joyurei, Don't Look Up, has dropped; and it looks insane.
One project we haven't heard a whole hell of a lot about lately is Fruit Chan’s English-language debut, the remake of Hideo Nakata’s Don’t Look Up. Things seem to be moving along nicely though because a still has surfaced that dishes out the violence by the eye-full!
Over the past year or so we've told you a lot about Red Velvet (review). Now, after a very long wait the flick is coming home to DVD, and we've got the first details and the artwork for ya!
Been a while since we’ve heard anything about Fruit Chan’s English-language debut, the remake of Hideo Nakata’s Don’t Look Up, but thankfully it’s been moving along nicely since we last told you guys about it.
I know you’ve not heard a lot about Red Velvet (review), the new horror movie starring Henry Thomas (E.T., Dead Birds), but we aim to change that cause damnit, it’s a very solid genre flick that deserves more attention.
It’s been a while since there’s been word on Fruit Chan’s (“Dumplings” segment of Three Extremes) remake of Don’t Look Up, but finally all is in place and the film is set to roll on April 14th in Tinseltown.
Reviewed by Plagiarize Starring Henry Thomas, Kelli Garner, Lateef Crowder, Eric Jungmann Directed by Bruce Dickson
A few days back, when we did our latest Fear Fest update and mentioned that E.T. star Henry Thomas would be joining us in Texas this March 7th-9th, were you a bit perplexed? Sure, Thomas has done some good genre work in things like Dead Birds, but why’s he hitting cons now?
Hey, remember the last story I did when I said we had the final lineup for Fear Fest 2008, going down this March 7th-9th in Dallas, TX? Yeah, I guess I was kinda kidding about it being final final, cause we have more names to add!
With Alex (Dead Birds) Turner’s next film, The Stone House, now having wrapped shooting, we’re only a little closer to understanding what the film is about then we did the last time we reported on it (“Turner Clarifies Stone House”).