Juan Carlos Fresnadillo
Given the exceptional job he did managing the mayhem in 28 Weeks Later, we're pretty sure that director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo can pretty much hold his own with just about anyone in terms of making a good zombie movie. This time there's no rage virus required.
I don't wanna be buried... in a Pet Sematary... but Juan Carlos Fresnadillo sure does as he will be at the helm of the upcoming remake based upon the stony tale of burial grounds, twisted sisters, and the living dead!
Actor Shia LaBeouf has been having a ball lately after leaving the overblown world of big Hollywood epics behind. For his next project he'll be working with 28 Weeks Later director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo on a film called Villain.
The new flick from Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, Intruders (review here), is getting set to make its debut on Blu-ray and DVD, and we've got all the details for you right here!
SXSW 2012 Exclusive Interview: Juan Carlos Fresnadillo Talks Intruders, Updates on Bioshock, and More
To follow up his successful 2007 sequel 28 Weeks Later, filmmaker Juan Carlos Fresnadillo is introducing genre fans to a new "face" of horror: Hollow Face, the evil force who haunts and terrorizes children (and Clive Owen) in supernatural thriller Intruders.
On March 30th the new film from Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, Intruders (review here), will be hitting theatres across the U.S., and we've nailed down five clips for you cats.
On March 30th the new film from Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, Intruders (review here), will be hitting theatres across the U.S., and to celebrate its arrival, a cool new one-sheet designed by Jacen Burrows has landed at our doors.
Had enough new videos today? No? Well, good! You'll be happy to hear then that we have yet another for you! This one is coming from the fine folks behind Intruders (review here), which will be headed to the SXSW Film Festival and then in select theatres on March 30th!
Millennium Entertainment will be releasing Intruders (review here) on March 30th, 2012, and to get you geared up for the flick, we're happy to debut the official theatrical one-sheet. Check it out!
Relativity Media and the Weinsteins have been duking it out over who owns the film rights to The Crow for many, many months. Possible directors and stars have already come and gone as a result of the turbulence. Finally, though, an agreement has been reached...
Some quick release date news has come our way for you cats on this slow news day so we've put down our Christmas toys and decided to type up a story so that you may plan accordingly! Dig it!
A pretty bitchin' new one-sheet for Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's latest film, Intruders, has arrived online, and we have every fiery pixel of it right here free on any air pollutants.
The Crow is a film property that has to be truly cursed. Everything from tragic accidental deaths to lawyers have kept these movies from happening. Star Bradley Cooper was attached to the latest redux, and he, too, left. Why, you ask? We'll let him answer that!
We remember when the new version of The Crow was well on track. But then bumps in the road started sprouting up in mountainous proportions. Lawsuits. Actors leaving. And finally the coffin nail came: Director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo jumped ship. Maybe this project is cursed.