There's no question that one of the best villain performances of the year has to go to "True Blood"'s James Frain, who played the terrifying loony vamp Franklin Mott on the show. Well, it seems that even in human form the old dog still remembers his crazy tricks!
And more casting news for After Dark's latest thriller Transit has comes rolling on in. Stop us if you've heard this one. So Jesus Christ and a vampire walk into a bank ...
Nope, we aren’t offering an all expenses paid trip to Jesus Camp – but what we do have are three copies of the new Jim Caviezel vehicle Long Weekend (review here), directed by Jamie Blanks, to give away courtesy of Showbox Home Entertainment and The Associates.
Unfortunately, no, this isn’t an announcement that all UK readers get an extra day off work next month, but lovers of Mother Nature can at least rejoice as Showbox Home Entertainment will release Jamie (Urban Legend, Storm Warning) Blanks’ eco-horror remake Long Weekend (previously titled Nature’s Grave in the US) to DVD on February 8th.
Mother Nature is set to revolt yet again in Nature's Grave, and this time the bitch isn't playing around! What type of carnage does she have up her sleeve? How about we send you the DVD for free, and you can see for yourselves?
Poor James Caviezel. No matter what movie he stars in, he's probably going to be forever known as Jesus. I suppose there are worse things an actor can be remembered for than playing Christ. Having just finished fighting an alien monster in Outlander, Caviezel will next be seen on DVD this August battling more earthly terrors on his way to Nature's Grave. God help him.
In celebration of the May 19th DVD release of Outlander (review), we've scored you guys the official DVD trailer. Why? Because you're so damned lovable, that's why!
IGN got the early word on the special features that'll be found on the Outlander DVD when it hits video store shelves. Genius Products and The Weinstein Company are releasing the film, described by some as "Beowulf meets Predator", this coming May 19, 2009.
Don't let the extremely dull and cliché poster fool you! The upcoming monster vs. Vikings epic Outlander looks like it will be lots of fun. Look below to see if it'll be playing at a theatre near you!
The beasts over at IGN Movies got their hands on the new trailer for Outlander, which Third Rail Releasing is putting in theaters on January 23rd in a limited capacity. Jim Caviezel fights a monster from outer space with a group of Vikings; sorry, that sounds way cooler than Underworld: Rise of the Lycans, which is out the same day. Dig the trailer below!
Vikings and creatures in space. Has a finer idea surfaced this 0ear? The Weinsteins' Third Rail Releasing has released the official one sheet for Outlander as well as the official synopsis. Dig!
Good news for those of you who’ve been itching to see Jesus fight a monster from outer space. A reader named “Avery” just tipped us off that Box Office Mojo now has a theatrical release date for Howard McCain’s Outlander: January 23rd, 2009!