During last month's San Diego Comic-Con, a trailer arrived for Jamie Bradshaw and Alexander Doulerain' Branded, and today we have a slightly different version of it to share. Check it out, but don't believe what you see!
While at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con, Dread Central had the opportunity to catch up with first-time filmmaker and co-writer Jamie Bradshaw in anticipation of the September 7th release date of his upcoming dystopic thriller called Branded.
Day Two of the mega-show known as the San Diego Comic-Con is off and running like a freight train of absolute and total nerddom, and we've got a gazillion trailers waiting in the wings for you cats. First up is the new trailer for Branded.
The roving man on the scene Evan Dickson caught up with director Jamie Bradshaw to shed some light on the giant sized creature feature Branded. Read on for all the latest details.
The official one-sheet for the latest flick that's home to some giant monster goodness, Branded, is here; and it's packing some big-ass creature punch along with a gaggle of QR codes that lead to all sorts of madness. Dig it!
More giant monster goodness has finally landed on U.S. soil with the premiere of the official trailer for Branded. Even cooler? The trailer is completely interactive and home to lots of stuff to unlock. Read on for details and a new still!
There have been many recent movies about aliens invading. Skyline, The Darkest Hour, Battle: Los Angeles - the list goes on and on. Along with aliens, those films have one thing in common ... they were all mediocre at best. But Branded? Man, this looks like fun!
All aboard the Night Train. Next stop: a fortune in diamonds and a mysterious Pandora's box that brings out the murderous side in people. Danny Glover will be your conductor. You will be sharing a car with Leelee Sobieski and Steve Zahn. We'll even throw in Richard O'Brien in drag for free. The DVD leaves the station this July.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Danny Glover, Leelee Sobieski, Steve Zahn, Togo Igawa, Richard O'Brien Written and Directed by Brian King