The new werewolf-themed love story Jack & Diane arrived in stores this week, and to celebrate all the furry fun, we've assembled a DVD prize package for you to sink your claws into! Read on for details.
Magnolia's Jack & Diane is headed home to Blu-ray and DVD, and we've got all the info you need to decide if you wanna be privy to this extra furry sliver of romance and horror. Read on for details and artwork.
Magnolia's Jack & Diane is available On Demand right now and in theaters November 2nd. On tap for you here is a new set of bloody stills and even a look at the film's lesbian werewolf. Incidentally we love writing the words "lesbian" and "werewolf" together. It makes us smile.
The official trailer for Magnolia's Jack & Diane, available On Demand September 28th and in theaters November 2nd, is here; and if you're looking for some good old fashioned lesbian werewolf action, you're likely to be disappointed.
Honestly, who would have thought that a movie about lesbian werewolves could look so inexplicably uninteresting? It truly is an amazing feat. Anyway, dig on this clip from Jack & Diane, available On Demand September 28th and in theaters November 2nd.
More stills from Jack and Diane have come our way featuring ... well a whole lot of nothing. Not even chicks kissing. There is some bruising though. We're really starting to think that this werewolf tale is gonna be lacking bite.
The moment before a kiss can be the most exciting few seconds of our lives. Especially if the person you're about to kiss has blood all over his or her mouth. Then you have to worry about STD's, infections, HIV, etc. But what if you're a werewolf?
Let's face it... by virtue of the fact that a horror film is featuring lesbian werewolves as its main characters, there's only one possible rating that the Motion Picture Association of America would give Jack & Diane, and it's certainly not PG-13.
Good news for fans of lesbian werewolves or just anyone who wants to see Kylie Minogue kiss a girl (we're looking at YOU, Masked Slasher). Jack & Diane has nailed itself some distribution. Read on for the details.
Well, who knows if she actually likes it, but in any event you're gonna get a chance to see her do it in the estrogen-fueled horror flick Jack & Diane.
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.