After digging on the totally awesome trailer for Jennifer Lynch's Hisss, I've been following the production fairly closely. Today we got some new pics for you to dig on. If you're not yet sold on what's promising to be one "out there" flick, come on in and check 'em out!
Even though director Jennifer Lynch has been out of the game for a while now, putting her family and her health first, that doesn’t mean that the director has lost any of her focus. That’s why 2009 is shaping up to be such an important year for Lynch as she has two films ready to herald her return behind the camera — Surveillance and Hisss.
Disappointed that you missed last week's screening of Grace at USC’s School of Cinematic Arts? Well, if you're available this Sunday, June 21st, you can see two other highly regarded indies: William Malone's Parasomnia and Jennifer Lynch's Surveillance.
Surveillance, director Jennifer Lynch's on-the-trail-of-a-psycho thriller, is now playing on VOD, and on June 26th you'll even be able to dig on the film on the big screen as intended. To celebrate and whet your whistle a bit, we've hunted down four clips!
After weeks of put-ups and take-downs on various sites, the kind folks behind Jennifer Lynch's Hisss have made the trailer officially available for your viewing pleasure. If you haven't seen it yet, wow, are you in for a treat!
A couple of pieces of really cool artwork have surfaced for the upcoming sexy snake-woman epic Hisss, and as always we're here to shed some light on the darkness for ya!
Sadly, I missed the panel for Hisss at the recent LA Weekend of Horrors, but the online posting of its trailer today made my disappointment disappear instantly. With some awesome looking effects by FX wizard Robert Kurtzman, this could be the monster movie we've all been waiting for!
Some new images have hit the Net from Jennifer Lynch's upcoming Hisss along with an interview with the film's star, Mallika Sherawat, who was in Southern California recently to assist with Lynch's post-production work.
Quick update on director Jennifer Lynch's latest on-the-trail-of-a-psycho thriller, Surveillance. The film which finds Bill Pullman and Julia Ormond hot on the heels of a murderer will be available on HDNet Ultra VOD starting May 29, 2009 and in limited theatrical release on June 26, 2009.
In a very strange turn of events, we’ve just learned that Jennifer Lynch’s upcoming adaptation of the classic Indian tale of the Nagin, or snake woman, has officially changed its title from the relatively obvious Nagin to, believe it or not, Hisss.
Precinct 13’s Robert Kurtzman, director of Wishmaster and The Rage to name a couple, just dropped us a line with some great news for him and his Creature Crew; they’ve officially signed on to the new film from Jennifer (daughter of David) Lynch, Nagin!
Snake women. I think if you asked horror fans across the globe what still scares them after all this time, the answer wouldn’t be ghosts, or vampires, or demonic possession; not, it’d be snake women. Split Image Pictures knows this, somehow, and have tapped Jennifer Lynch (Boxing Helena, Surveillance) to bring out fears to film.
The Hollywood Reporter let the world know today that Jennifer Lynch's follow up to Boxing Helena has been picked up by Magnolia Pictures. Surveillance is the story of an FBI agent trying to hunt down a serial murderer with the assistance of three possible victims. The film, starring Bill Pullman and Julia Ormond, will hit Cannes on May 21st with a fall release in the works. Check out the trailer below.
Though it’s only got a German release to date, Jennifer Lynch’s follow-up to Boxing Helena (15 years later), Surveillance, finally has a trailer online, and the boys at AITH got a look at it today. Lynch, daughter of David, directed the film about an FBI agent who is hunting a serial killer with the help of three potential victims, all of whom have wildly different stories to tell.