I've been looking forward to Jamie Marks is Dead for a while now, and only because Carter Smith's 2008 survival horror flick The Ruins is all kinds of excellent. Thankfully, we don't have to wait much longer, as Gravitas Ventures will debut this on on VOD and in limited threatens on August 29th. For now, we've got a clip.
Hot on the heels of the one-sheet premiere for director Carter Smith's follow-up to his 2008 release The Ruins, entitled Jamie Marks Is Dead, we now have the film's trailer courtesy of Gravitas Ventures, who will open it on VOD and in limited theaters August 29th.
Director Carter Smith's follow-up to his 2008 release The Ruins, entitled Jamie Marks Is Dead, has gotten itself a brand spanking new one-sheet via Gravitas Ventures, who will open it on VOD and in limited theaters August 29th.
Some quick news is coming in regarding director Carter Smith's follow-up to his 2008 release The Ruins, entitled Jamie Marks Is Dead. Gravitas Ventures has acquired the rights to the flick and will open it on VOD and in limited theaters August 29.
Director Carter Smith follows up his 2008 release The Ruins with Jamie Marks Is Dead, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival; and right now we have your first look at the trailer.
Director Carter Smith follows up his 2008 release The Ruins with Jamie Marks Is Dead, which premiered last month at the Sundance Film Festival. While we wait for release details, check out a creepy clip and the festival poster for the paranormal flick!
Let us be clear ... no matter how much we love someone, there's no way in the world that we'd ever head out into the jungle to try and find them should they become lost. No good could ever come from such an endeavor, but thankfully for horror fans people keep right on trying.
It's been a while since we heard anything from the director of the better than expected remake of The Last House on the Left, Dennis Iliadis, but thankfully the man has The Cure for his absence.
Variety reported tonight that Oscar-nominated actress Marisa Tomei (The Wrestler) and Liv Tyler (The Strangers) are set to become neighbors in the upcoming psychological thriller 10A/10B for Oxymoron Entertainment.
Talk about movies that didn’t cry out for a sequel; Variety reports this morning that Rogue Pictures has pulled the trigger on The Strangers 2, with original helmer Bryan Bertino back to pen the script. No word on if he’ll direct again or not.
Though I found it dull and derivative, most people out there dug on The Strangers (review) and are probably curious what makes the DVD cut “unrated”. Personally, if it’s not a 20-minute Liv Tyler shower scene, I’m not interested. Considering the “unrated’ cut is only two minutes longer, I doubt we’ll be seeing that.
Reviewed by Nomad Starring Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, Tim Roth and William Hurt Directed by Louis Leterrier
Reviewed by Nomad Starring Liv Tyler, Scott Speedman, Kip Weeks, Gemma Ward, Laura Margolis Directed by Bryan Bertino