The Asylum’s Jack the Giant Killer likely won’t prompt legal action from Bryan Singer’s similarly titled blockbuster since it appears to be set in the early 20th century, the giants are dinosaur-like monsters, and I’m unaware of any version of “Jack & the Beanstalk” that includes a giant robot.
Fairy tales are hot again in Hollywood. You’ve got “Once Upon a Time” and “Grimm” on TV. Bryan’s Singer’s Jack the Giant Killer and Pixar’s Brave continue the trend on big screens this summer. And we’re getting not one, but two – TWO – Snow White movies. No wonder The Asylum is jumping on the trend with Grimm’s Snow White.
Oh, if only The Asylum actually was producing a movie called Snow White and the 2-Headed Shark. I would watch that in a heartbeat. But they do have a new dark fantasy retelling of Snow White in the works, and we have new artwork for 2-Headed Shark Attack.
The third annual Grimm Up North Horror Festival, which takes place in Manchester, England, from October 6th to October 9th, has announced the first film on its 2011 roster, and it's Martin Kemp's directorial debut Stalker, starring Billy Murray, Jane March, and Linda Hayden.
Producer Jonathan Sothcott dropped us a line today with an update on Martin Kemp's Stalker along with a few exclusive stills featuring Jane March and ex-Hammer horror actress Linda Hayden. There's also a bit of news for those of you in the UK planning to attend Film4 Frightfest 2011.
It's been a long while since last we had anything to report on Exposé, a remake of the 1970's film of the same name, which is now known as Stalker. But the passage of time has been kind, and now we're sporting a trailer and some new eye candy! Martin Kemp's feature film debut is set to stalk cinemas across the UK from October 10th, ahead of its DVD release on October 17th.
The ever-working producer Jonathan Sothcott dropped us a line today to inform us that Exposé, a remake of the 1970's film of the same name, has undergone a title change, and of course he hit us off with some new artwork as well. The flick has been renamed to Stalker because as Sothcott put it, "The title Exposé doesn't really mean anything, and it just wasn't sticking." Synopsis
In addition to Dead Cert, which he just provided us an update on, producer Jonathan Sothcott has also been working on Exposé, a remake of the 1970's film of the same name. He dropped us a line with some info on Exposé along with a still, the trailer, and the poster art.