Hot on the heels of its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson's All Cheerleaders Die (review) - a remake of an unreleased film they made back in 2001 - was recently picked up for US distribution by Image Entertainment.
THR scored the poster premiere for the new flick from Lucky McKee, All Cheerleaders Die, and we have it for you right here... with some really nice rear ends happily included.
Our buddies over at Ain't It Cool News scored themselves a peek at the sales trailer for the new flick from Lucky McKee, All Cheerleaders Die, and we have it for you right here minus all the clapping and shouting.
If you ask me to rattle off a list of my favorite modern day horror filmmakers, one of the names that I can promise you will come up is Lucky McKee, the writer/director of films like May and The Woman.
Modernciné has released a new behind-the-scenes image from All Cheerleaders Die, a high school-set supernatural thriller written and directed by Lucky McKee (May, The Woman) and Chris Sivertson (The Lost, I Know Who Killed Me). The flick has entered ADR. Check it out!
Modernciné has finalized the cast for and is set to begin production on All Cheerleaders Die, a high school-set supernatural thriller written and directed by Lucky McKee (May, The Woman) and Chris Sivertson (The Lost, I Know Who Killed Me).
Fresh off their extremely popular film/novel The Woman, creators Jack Ketchum and Lucky McKee are prepared to drop their newest project, a disturbing tale entitled I’m Not Sam. They recently sat down with Dread Central to talk all about it.
Everybody loves to win swag, but we’ve found a contest that is offering a serious collector's item for a prize. Read on for a chance to win the original manuscript from Jack Ketchum and Lucky McKee's newest collaborative effort, I'm Not Sam. Now that's a prize!
The good people behind The Woman have a contest for you, and all you have to do is cruise around the Internet. Hell, you were going to do that anyway, right? To mark the release of the flick on DVD/Blu-ray/ VOD/iTunes TODAY (January 24th), you're officially invited to take part in a viral scavenger hunt!
Exclusive Interview and New Clip: The Woman Speaks! Dread Central Chats with Actress Pollyanna McIntosh
After first bringing the titular character to life in Andrew van den Houten's 2009 flick Offspring, Scottish actress Pollyanna McIntosh is back in co-writer/director Lucky McKee's hugely controversial sequel The Woman, which features the actress returning to square off against a demented family who capture her animalistic character in an effort to domesticate her.
On Tuesday, January 24th, co-writer/director Lucky McKee's controversial deconstruction of the ideal American family, The Woman, will be released everywhere on DVD, Blu-ray and VOD platforms courtesy of Bloody Disgusting Selects. Dread Central recently caught up with McKee for an exclusive interview to discuss his latest directorial efforts, balancing shock versus substance and more. The filmmaker also answers his critics over the outrage many felt by the story he and co-writer Jack Ketchum crafted for The Woman.
To get you geared up for the home video release of Lucky McKee's controversial new film The Woman, we've nailed down an exclusive clip for you cats. Dig it!
Thank the home video gods! The ever-so-controversial new film from Lucky McKee, The Woman, is not only coming home to DVD early next year, but it's doing so on Blu-ray high definition as well! We just quiver at the thought of seeing that flick's depravity in glorious 1080p!