Ah, the sweet red band goodness! Time to get a little messy with the red band trailer for Ryuhei Kitamura's No One Lives (review). Bring a tarp, a raincoat, and maybe even a mop.
Talk about under the radar... to little or no fanfare Universal greenlit the long talked about flick Dracula: Year Zero, and we even have a star ready to bare his fangs as the title character. Read on for details.
Though he doesn't have much to do at this year's WrestleMania, the Funkasaurus is still very much on a rampage in Ryuhei Kitamura's No One Lives (review), and we have a new international trailer for you to chew on.
Just like the headlines says, Anchor Bay has revealed some theatrical dates for Ryuhei Kitamura's No One Lives (review). Look for it starting May 10. Cities include NYC, LA, Chicago, San Francisco, Dallas, Philadelphia, Miami, Boston, Detroit, Houston, and Baltimore.
A new one sheet for that latest film from Ryuhei Kitamura, No One Lives (review), is here and it speaks Russian fluently. It's also pretty cool too. Dig it!
In honor of today's home video release of The Raven, Satellite EDM has joined with legendary musician Alan Parsons to launch an exclusive remix contest, courtesy of 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. Read on for the details; if you're musically inclined, you could win $1,000 and more!
In anticipation of The Raven's home video arrival on October 9th, 2012, the powers-that-be have concocted an interactive murder map to help you keep track of all the grisly Poe inspired crime scenes! Dig it!
Interesting question, huh? In celebration of The Raven's home video arrival on October 9th, 2012, the powers-that-be have concocted an interactive ink blot test to determine the answer. Turn up your sound, turn on your camera if you have one, and dig it!
It has been four years since admired Japanese director Ryuhei Kitamura unleashed Midnight Meat Train to audiences, and aficionados of his work showed their support for his latest American horror flick, No One Lives, by attending the lively Midnight Madness premiere during TIFF 2012.
Gearing up for its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, we have an image gallery for the flick No One Lives. Even cooler, the images include your first look at the WWE's Funkasaurus Brodus Clay! Can somebody call my mama? It's about to get funky up in here!
The official DVD and Blu-ray specs for The Raven have roosted in our offices, and before we yell at this little motherplucker to get out, we figured we share the details with you cats. Check it all out, and then guzzle down a cask of amontillado.
Okay, so we don't have a single clue when it's coming out or what's going to be on it, but we do have the official Blu-ray and DVD artwork for The Raven. That counts for something, right? Brownie points maybe? A pat on the back?
We've tangoed with John Cusack as Edgar Allan Poe on the trail of a sadistic murderer and emerged from the experience unscathed. Will the review be as lucky? Read on for the verdict and find out.