In anticipation of Jim Mickle's Stake Land premiering on September 17th at the Toronto International Film Festival, a new still has made its way online, this time featuring the return of Kelly McGillis to the big screen after a nearly decade-long absence.
Two quick behind-the-scenes videos from Jim Mickle's vampire film Stake Land just popped up online showcasing the lovely Danielle Harris doing her thing. Ready for a quick peek?
Just the other day we showed you guys some original concept art from two projects on the way from director Jim Mickle and writer/star Nick Damaci of Mulberry Street fame: Stake Land and the Joe R. Lansdale adaptation Cold in July. To follow up, we dropped Mr.
This morning we got a heads up that some teaser art for the next two films from Jim Mickle (Mulberry Street) have shown up on the man’s official website, and though they don’t give anything in terms of updates, its nice to have some visuals to go with the projects.
Now this is what I call a Christmas celebration! You can keep your four-hour long Mass services and ritualistic chanting; I’m going to hang out with the guys and girls at Glass Eye Pix.
Though Larry Fessenden’s Glass Eye Pix just teamed up with Dark Sky to make a series of films (read about it here), those aren’t the only films Pix will be producing in the coming months; Fessenden told Fangoria last night about a new movie they’re making with the Mulberry Street team of Jim Mickle a
Issue# 76 March 2008 All right, this one’s a bit late and for that I apologize, but I’ve been hella sick since returning from Fear Fest and am behind on everything. No matter, it’s always nice to have a Rue Morgue to curl up with when I’m feelin’ ill.
Just got off the phone with Jim Mickle and Nick Damaci, director and writer/star (respectively) of Mulberry Street (review), which as you know is coming to theaters this November as part of the second annual After Dark Horrorfest.
We’ve been waiting a long, long time to get this one out there, and for that I take full responsibility. But if you’re looking forward to the Horrorfest entry Mulberry St. (review) like you should be, hopefully you’ll admit it was worth the wait.
We recently got word about a new indie movie that just wrapped production and looks cooler than most, which as you know is our only prerequisite for mention on the site. We just want it to be different, damnit, and you’d be amazed how hard that is for most filmmakers to handle.
Back in July I got a chance to see the strange-premised rat monster movie Mulberry S