I Sell the Dead
I haven’t seen I Sell the Dead yet, and I’m guessing I’m in the same boat as a lot of people. If you check out Andrew's review, however, I bet your curiosity will be piqued. And that’s what writer/director Glenn McQuaid is banking on because, as we've reported previously, he’s already planning a sequel!
IFC Films' latest acquisition, the Slamdance award winning zombie opus I Sell the Dead, just nailed itself some new artwork to go along with its limited release on August 14th, and we've got it served up for you fresh and cold!
IFC Films has seriously beefed up its horror canon, and with the addition of Slamdance award winner I Sell the Dead, 2009 is looking delightfully dark for them!
Even though the movie is still enjoying an acclaimed festival run and there's no word on an official release date, I Sell the Dead is going to be getting itself a sequel! Fangoria caught up with director Glenn McQuaid, who revealed a few details about the status of said sequel:
According to Variety, Slamdance has chosen Glenn McQuaid’s I Sell the Dead to kick off this year's festival, which runs in Park City, Utah, January 15-23, 2009.
This Halloween season we had a great idea for a series of articles detailing the practical makeup effects done by some our favorite guys in the industry. They love talking about their craft, we love hearing about it, and Fango doesn’t do ‘em any more, so here we are!
Dig it! Glass Eye Pix artist-in-residence Brahm Revel is the man responsible for this badass poster for the upcoming period zombie film I Sell the Dead, and you’re only going to see it on Dread Central!
Those brilliant bastards behind the Toronto After Dark Film Festival just announced a few last-minute additions to their already stellar lineup of films for the 2008 event, which goes down this October 17th-24h.
The freaks over at Fangoria managed to get the first look at the full trailer for Glenn McQuaid’s I Sell the Dead, the upcoming period graverobbing/zombie film coming our way from Glass Eye Pix. Ron Perlman, Dominic Monaghan, Angus Scrimm and Larrry Fessenden all star in it, and man does it ever look cool; dig it right here!
While on the set of Plague Town over the weekend (read my set visit preview here), I got a chance to chat with makeup effects man Brian Spears, who during our conversation made mention of another film he worked on recently that I couldn’t help but pick his
We’ve only made mention of it in passing once (right here), but the new horror/comedy I Sell the Dead is definitely a film we’ll be keeping our eyes on more in the future.