Kat Von D
We love our dark ladies, and they don't come much darker than Maila "Vampira" Nurmi, a true horror trailblazer. Kat Von D's Wonderland Gallery in West Hollywood is celebrating the career of the genre icon with Viva Vampira, a photo exhibit of the actress, tonight (June 15).
A new behind-the-scenes clip from Charlie Picerni's The Bleeding has arrived at our offices, and we made a mad dash to get it up for you as per usual. We always get it up for you. You're like our Viagra. From the Press Release:
There's not a lot in the way of action to be found in the second clip from Charlie Picerni's The Bleeding, but we're always up for a bit of character development, especially when it involves Michael Madsen as a heavily armed preacher man! From the Press Release:
It's Thursday. You're sitting there wishing the weekend was here. Minutes are passing like hours. How about a little gore and suffering to get you through? Usually does the trick for us! From the Press Release:
More goods from the vampire flick The Bleeding have come our way, and we figured it would be wise to share! Get ready to sink your teeth into a brand new trailer! From the Press Release:
We've gotten our hands on a bunch of new vampire filled stills from Anchor Bay's upcoming release of The Bleeding for you guys to sink your fangs into. Dig it! From the Press Release:
Vampires. DMX. Michael Madsen. Vinnie Jones. That's not a bad list of things to be in a new horror flick, is it? Well, that's exactly what Anchor Bay intends to give you with The Bleeding! From the Press Release:
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Michael Matthias, Vinnie Jones, Rachelle Leah, Michael Madsen, DMX, Katherine von Drachenberg, William McNamara, Armand Assante Directed by Charlie Picerni
This scribe hit the red carpet for the Los Angeles premiere of Crush Film’s The Bleeding last night at Sunset 5 in Hollywood, CA, and chatted with the film’s co-star and tattoo artist extraordinaire Kat Von D of the reality series "LA Ink". Von D talked up her role as the sexy vampire Vanya in what is her feature film debut, which was directed by Charles Picerni, as well as riffed on the effects required of her.