Some fine news has come in for fans of large swimming things with lots and lots of teeth. One of the horror genre's best friends has secured the Stateside rights to the latest shark film from the land of Oz.
We started talking about Bait 3D around the same time we first mentioned what would come to be known as Shark Night, and while the latter is already on home video, we're still waiting patiently for a shark film hopefully done right.
After watching the sales trailer for Kimble Rendall's Bait 3D, we have to say we're ridiculously excited to see the movie. It's certainly not high art, but if this is any indication of what's to come, we're in for some good old fashioned turn-your-brain-off bloody fun.
Several new stills have popped up today along with two video interviews from the upcoming three-dimensional feeding frenzy from the land of Oz, Kimble Rendall's Bait 3D, and we have every drippy moment for you right here.
As proved by Adam Rifkin in both his feature film Look and Showtime series of the same name, cameras are everywhere. Especially on the sets of movies. A new paparazzi video has come in from the Australian set of Kimble Rendall's Bait 3D featuring well ... a lot of running and screaming!
Some casting news coming out of AFM for Kimble Rendall's Bait 3D, which is currently in production. Ready to find out exactly who has been chumming the waters? Wait no more!
And the cast for Kimble Rendall's now-filming Bait 3D keeps right on growing. So who are the next victims to bloody up the waters? Read on to find out!
More director shifting going on, and sadly this one kind of stings. We've been reporting for a while now that Russell Mulcahy was hard at work to make his shark film Bait 3D a reality, but that's just not to be.
More often than not, the modern slasher film often feels as if its filmmakers have zero understanding of what makes the subgenre tick - best intentions be damned. Somewhere along the way, many of these poor misguided souls figure it’s best to provide a mixture of laughs and gore, with the most crucial element – suspense – falling by the wayside.