Some interesting casting news concerning Brad Anderson's new tale of a psycho on the loose, Jack. Seems that the previously announced John Cusack may have some stiff competition.
Some more casting news coming in for The Raven. So, who's gonna be starring opposite John Cusack as the troubled king of the macabre? We've got the details for ya!
After seeing Jeffrey Combs tackle Edgar Allan Poe in both the Masters of Horror episode "The Black Cat" and live on stage in Nevermore, I am convinced that there's no other actor alive today who can portray the troubled author nearly as well. Still, that's not gonna stop mainstream Hollywood from trying.
Its release date is still up in the air, but some new stills from The Factory starring John Cusack and Jennifer Carpenter have shown up online, and we have them for you here.
The first bit of casting news for Brad (Session 9, The Machinist, Transsiberian, and the forthcoming Vanishing on 7th Street) Anderson's latest film, titled simply Jack, has come in; and we've got it for you hot, fresh, and with no memory of what it is. Damned amnesia!
Here at Dread Central we're big fans of destruction and mayhem, which is why we were so fond of Roland Emmerich's 2012 (theatrical review here) when it debuted last November. And now, in anticipation of its Blu-ray and DVD release on March 2nd, we have four clips to share detailing how some of that destruction was crafted.
If you missed 2012 in theatres, then you missed out on the feel good extermination of the human race film of the century! What a spectacle! It's near impossible not to laugh! Lucky for you the film's hitting DVD and Blu-ray soon, and we've got the skinny on what to expect!
Roland Emmerich's latest end-of-the-world opus 2012 is a mish-mash of just about every disaster movie you've ever seen. Not sure if Nomad's 2012 review (read it here) quite did it justice? Then you won't want to miss Trembles' take on the flick!
Sometimes when you think about all the chaos in the world today, you can't help but feel that maybe, just maybe, it wouldn't be such a bad idea for nature to flip the switch on us and reboot our existence. Of course Platinum Dunes would then take this idea and make a grittier reboot in about a decade from now. We just can't win, I tell ya!
Reviewed by Nomad Starring Amanda Peet, John Cusack, Explosions, CGI Directed by Roland Emmerich
I'm no fan of Roland Emmerich. With that said, his upcoming be-all, end-all disaster epic 2012 (opening November 12th) is currently tops on my list of most anticipated movies of the latter half of this year. Every trailer hypes 2012 as this terrifying end-of-the-world disaster thriller playing off real-life fears of what may lie ahead for us all in 2012, and then you watch this clip from the film and I defy you not to laugh.
While we all are eagerly anticipating the end of the world in 2012, we can start dying vicariously through this new Japanese trailer for disaster-king (this looks good, but we're not ready yet to forgive you for what you did to Godzilla) Roland Emmerich.
It didn’t do any kind of business to speak of at the box office, so I guess it’s not surprising that MGM isn’t dumping a lot of effort into the DVD release of Igor. MGM announced today that the disc will be out on January 20th and won’t have a helluva lot on it.
Igor is out in theaters right now, and hopefully you guys have read our review and will be getting out to see it this weekend. To encourage you even further, we managed to procure an exclusive clip which showcases the sense of humor of both the movie and its creators.