Bleiberg Entertainment has acquired international rights to Ashley Cahill's Charm from producers Jonathan Craven and Cody Zwieg (The Last House on the Left, The Hills Have Eyes, Apollo 18). Sales will commence at the Marche du Film in Cannes under Bleiberg’s Compound B banner.
If you are reading this right now, then chances are you did not see the vampire comedy Transylmania when it opened on 1,000 screens this past December to the fourth lowest wide release opening weekend per theater average of all time. And you are better off that way.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Oren Skoog, Patrick Cavanaugh, James DeBello, Jennifer Lyons, Paul H. Kim, Irena A. Hoffman, Musetta Vander Directed by David & Scott Hillenbrand
With the latest horror comedy on the block quietly tip-toeing into theatres this Friday, we've got another two clips that will either turn you on or turn you off to seeing it! Behold more of the silliness that is Transylmania.
Were you a fan of Kate Beckinsale and her black leather getup in Underworld? If so, you ought to enjoy the latest clip from the new vampiric horror-comedy Transylmania.
With Transylmania on the horror horizon (and not much else), vampire fans at least will have something to sink their teeth into. Even if it's the bloodless equivalent of a rubber chicken.
The latest vampiric horror-comedy on the block, Transylmania, just got itself a dirty little red band trailer that should go a long way to entice those of you looking for a something a little spicier than the usual drivel that's shoved down our throats.
The latest vampyric horror-comedy on the block, Transylmania, just got itself a new one-sheet that should appeal to all the ladies who love their brooding lovers long in the tooth as well as fans of pork and chicken.
The toothy new vampire comedy from David and Scott Hillenbrand, Transylmania, got itself a shiny new website chock full of all sorts of goodies today, and we got our paws on some stills for you.
Horror comedies. They either hit the mark or they suck. Some, however, suck on purpose. The latter looks to be the case when talking about David and Scott Hillenbrand's vampire comedy Transylmania, which saw its online trailer debut today.