After one of the single most profitable theatrical runs ever, James Wan's supernatural spooker Insidious is on its way to haunt your home in a few weeks and we've got a proper look at the artwork for you.
The most profitable film of the year (horror or otherwise), James Wan's Insidious, is coming home soon on both Blu-ray and DVD, and we've got the very first details of what to expect along with a glimpse of the artwork.
It was just a few days ago that we first got word on Spectre, a new film from Insidious director James Wan that has Nicole Kidman attached to star. Well, look for lots more news soon as the flick has just sealed multiple international distribution deals at Cannes.
With the success of the Saw franchise as well as having the most profitable film of the year, Insidious, under his belt, filmmaker James Wan is a pretty hot commodity lately; and we've got the first details and artwork for his next flick.
The last time Nicole Kidman dabbled in the supernatural it was for the haunting little tale of The Others. That looks as if it's about to change however as the first word of another spooky tale with her in it has arisen.
As James Wan’s mucho successful Insidious prepares to be unleashed on UK cinema audiences, we’ve managed to nab 20 (count ‘em) posters sporting some nifty old-school style artwork to give away to you lucky readers. Check it out! Synopsis:
Like it, love it, hate it, whatever. There's one thing for sure James Wan's Insidious is a money maker that's been cleaning up everywhere. In fact ... the little horror flick that could is on its way to earning one hell of a distinction.
We're a little late with this installment of Motion Picture Purgatory, but as the saying goes, all good things come to those who wait. On tap for this go-round of Trembles' special take on horror films is James Wan's Insidious starring Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Lin Shaye, Ty Simpkins and Barbara Hershey. Synopsis
To say it was an interesting weekend at the box office is a bit of an understatement. Scream 4 made its long awaited debut to mostly quiet theatres while James Wan's Insidious remained pretty damned strong.
If you believe that Saw VII or Saw 3D or whatever they feel like calling it this week was indeed the final chapter of the famed Lionsgate franchise, we've got a bridge to sell you with a copy of Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare on one side and Friday the 13th: Th
Yes, we know it’s rather short notice, but when an opportunity to give our readers a little love comes around, we just can’t pass it up! If you’re in the UK and anywhere near Manchester this Tuesday, April 12th, then get your entry in to win one of FIVE pairs of tickets to a special advance screening of James Wan’s Insidious.
With James Wan's Insidious (review and loads of coverage here) now haunting theatres, some really cool bits of eye candy have made their way from across the pond.
Insidious, the frightening new flick from the creators of the Saw and Paranormal Activity series, finally rolls into theaters tomorrow, April 1st, and we want to entice you to make your weekend viewing decision with this neat package of our choice cuts of coverage.
Hey, remember MySpace or My____ (for you psychos out there who liked the rebranding)? That social network thing they didn't make a movie about that no one uses anymore? Yeah, it's pretty much a ghost town so how fitting is it that a new spirit-laden horror flick is debuting a clip there!
If there's one film hitting theatres this Friday that horror fans are going to want to check out, it is without question James Wan's Insidious. Rarely have we heard anything negative said about it (though we're sure someone will find a way), and as you'll see from this new TV spot, some people are absolutely raving!