This writer is just back from a set visit to the currently-shooting Sony Pictures’ production Hostel Part III in Detroit, Michigan, and while press is currently under embargo on that film (rest assured, we’ll have the goods for you as soon as it’s lifted!), we did speak with the film's FX make-up head Bob Kurtzman, who gave us the lowdown on Hostel Part III as well as on the re
Yes, the original adaptation of the Jack Ketchum novel The Offspring was mediocre at best, but with indie maven Lucky McKee behind the camera for the sequel, Offspring: The Woman, we can't help but be excited. The official website for Offspring: The Woman opened its doors today with the first ever look at the titular title character. Dig on it below and hit up that link for more. The Woman stars Angela Bettis, Pollyanna McIntosh, and Sean Bridgers. Synopsis
While the original film adaptation of Jack Ketchum's Offspring left a lot to be desired, we do have high hopes for its sequel thanks to talented indie director Lucky McKee being at its helm. Time for a quick look behind-the-scenes.
We've yet to see a really kickass film adaptation of Jack Ketchum's work, but if there's any one young filmmaker out there who stands a chance of delivering the goods, it's Lucky McKee (May). A couple of months ago we reported that McKee was re-teaming with Angela Bettis to bring us the sequel to Ketchum's Offspring called The Woman, and now finally a bit more has come to light regarding the project.
The team who brought us the incredible May, director Lucky McKee and actress Angela Bettis, are hooking up once more to take us deep into the wonderfully sick mind of Jack Ketchum!
This is why I love having an Xbox 360 and have yet to see the point in the PS3 aside from its use as a Blu-ray player. Variety got word this morning that this fall a series of short films under the banner “Horror Directors Do Comedy” will show up on the console free of charge. The cool thing?
Starring Brian Cox, Noel Fisher, Tom Sizemore, Kyle Gallner Directed by Lucky McKee, Trygve Allister Diesen
Magnolia Pictures has finally settled on its release plans for Lucky McKee and Trygve Allister Diesen’s Red, an adaptation of the Jack Ketchum novel of the same name.