It's a new year and time to shake things up with regard to Troika Pictures' upcoming The Hive. Joel Schumacher, who was originally attached to direct the suspense thriller, has now been replaced by Brad Anderson (Transsiberian, Vanishing on 7th Street).
Halle Berry. Yep, there's not much we can do to keep ourselves from drooling at the mere mention of her name. Good thing for us she's doesn't mind getting her hands all bloody in horror films, and there could be another one in her immediate future.
Certain news stories have us smiling from ear-to-ear. Even a tad speechless. The sheer absurdity of the life of a celebrity can sometimes be ... well ... strange. Especially if you're Nicolas Cage and you have a new home invasion flick coming out.
There's no telling just how bat-shit crazed Nicolas Cage is liable to get once his home is invaded in his latest flick, Trespass, but in light of this latest clip we're hoping that they're saving all the good stuff for later.
Here's the thing ... Yes, we've seen this tale told a thousand times already, but Trespass is home to a soon-to-be-vengeful Nicolas Cage (and his hair), and for that reason alone we are so friggin' in!
Yet another film has skyrocketed to the top of our "Must See" list! A home invasion flick called Trespass with Nicolas Cage! You do not invade this man's home! Oh the mayhem to come!
Oh, Nicolas Cage. How much do we love thee? Seriously, he's become one of our favorite actors here around the Dread Central offices so when news breaks of him in a new genre film, it immediately gets our attention!
While the world is still hasn't fully recovered from bearing witness to the terror that was nipples on the Bat-suit, director Joel Schumacher has yet another low budget tale of terror to tell that will take us deep into the mind of a murderer.
Some new stills crept online today for Joel Schumacher's Blood Creek (review here) to help celebrate the January 19th, 2010 DVD release of the film from Lionsgate. Purcell in bones shackles? OK. We're there. From the Press Release
Arriving on DVD January 19th from Lionsgate Home Entertainment is Joel Schumacher's long-delayed Nazi fueled horror opus, Blood Creek (review here), and we've got a trailer for your perusal. Goose-step your way into this story to check it out!
Well, we knew it wouldn't be long before this flick hit home video! Arriving on DVD January 19 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment is Joel Schumacher's long-delayed and recently dumped into theatres, Blood Creek (review here).
Reviewed by Mr. Dark Starring Dominic Purcell, Henry Cavill, Michael Fassbender, Emma Booth, Rainer Winkelvoss Directed by Joel Schumacher
So Joel Schumacher's latest film Blood Creek has been dumped into a handful of second-run and two-dollar theatres by Lionsgate without so much as a peep of notice. It's a wonder then how it got itself such a badass poster.
Remember that flick Town Creek we told you about a while ago? We first brought it to your attention that Joel Schumacher was working on a horror flick having to do with the Nazis' obsession with creating the master race way back in 2007. Well, it's in theatres now. Really. It is. Well ... sort of.