Air Collision, the newest airplane-themed disaster flick from The Asylum, hits DVD and Blu-ray on March 27th, and we've got an image gallery and clip from the film to share.
He partnered with John McClane in Die Hard & contended with Urkel on “Family Matters”. She died from a flesh-eating virus in Cabin Fever & had sex with a Broken Lizard in Club Dread. Watch this trailer to see if Reginald VelJohnson & Jordan Ladd can survive a catastrophic Air Collision.
One of the only complaints we had with the latest DVD and Blu-ray release of Grace (review here) was that the original six-minute short film that started it all was nowhere to be found in either package (unless of course you went and got the Best Buy exclusive). Talk about a glaring omission. Thankfully the horror community is small yet strong, and we know how to right some wrongs!
In LA and need to get your hands on a copy of Grace (review here) on Blu-ray or DVD? Better yet ... need to get one and have it signed? Once again Dark Delicacies is the place to be!
Finally some news we've been waiting for has come! Paul Solet's disturbing little film Grace will be getting a theatrical release. Proof positive that there is justice in this world! Variety reports that Anchor Bay will be releasing the film in both New York and LA on on August 14th. Let's keep our fingers crossed for a wider release soon! Synopsis
Grace is a film that we've covered extensively here at Dread Central with interviews, news updates, and reviews (check out the film's database here). But of course no coverage is complete without hearing from our resident curmudgeon, Rick Trembles.
Good news out of the Anchor Bay driven Grace camp - the controversial little film that everyone has been screaming (and fainting) about will be hitting DVD and Blu-ray hi-def on September 15th with lots of bonus features to sift through upon delivery!
Everyone's favorite undead baby, Grace, has some new digs floating out here on the Net. Do yourself a favor and go check her out. Careful though ... she can be a bit nasty.
We've been hearing nothing but good things about Paul Solet's Grace, but there hasn't been much to actually see so we could judge for ourselves. But today, thanks to Fangoria, a new teaser has surfaced, which ties in with the film's SXSW Film Festival screenings.
Paul Solet's Grace is getting a lot of love around these parts lately, and rightly so. When we're excited about a movie, we get behind it full steam. That's the beauty of horror and its fans, man! We live for this stuff!
Reviewed by Heather Wixson Starring Jordan Ladd, Stephen Park, Gabrielle Rose, Samantha Ferris, Malcolm Stewart Directed by Paul Solet
One little indie film is causing quite a stir at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival, and that film is Paul Solet's Grace! In fact, it rendered two viewers unconscious!