This just arrived in our inbox: "Whoa! Freestyle Releasing gave our red-band trailer to IGN.com, and it just went up!" says filmmaker Marcus Dunstan of his directorial debut The Collector, which he co-penned with Feast and Saw collaborator Patrick Melton. The Liddell Entertainment film opens wide July 31.
We've been talking about Marcus Dunstan's The Collector for a few weeks now, and with good reason ... the flick is looking pretty sweet! Today we got our hands on all three of the film's posters in all their artistic goodness.
The official one-sheet for Marcus Dunstan's The Collector emerged today, and it's looking pretty sweet! Get ready to see how much cooler ads can be when your artwork consists of more than just the floating heads of twenty-somethings pretending to be teenagers looking pensive.
Filmmaker Marcus Dunstan, who last week gave Dread Central a peek at his directorial debut The Collector, tipped us off this afternoon to the film’s acquisition by Liddell Entertainment, who will give the flick a wide theatrical release through Freestyle Releasing (the latter responsible for presenting The Haunting of Molly Hartley) on July 31, 2009.
Just a few days after we ran our exclusive images from The Collector, the official website has now opened up with even more sights to show you!
Marcus Dunstan, co-writer of the Feast trilogy and Saw IV-VI, provided Dread with the below exclusive pics from his upcoming directorial feature debut, The Collector (formerly Midnight Man), a rather nasty and suspenseful little flick he screened for us last week.
Though I know he was kidding, at one point in an interview done by Fearnet with Saw VI director Kevin Greutert, he mentions he hopes there’s a breatkthrough in time travel technology so they have a good way to bring back Shawnee Smith’s character, Amanda. That’s about what this series needs to get me back in theaters for it.
Even though the steaming carcass of poo known as Saw V is still haunting some theatres, Lionsgate is dead set on continuing the franchise whose best days seem to be over. So set in fact that they've announced an official release date for the next chapter.
The guys over at STYD got some kinda odd news regarding Marcus Dunstan’s directorial debut, Midnight Man. Seems that despite the success of the Saw he and partner Patrick Melton wrote, they won’t be seeing Midnight Man in theaters.
Much like this week’s release of Mirrors, which was based on the Korean film Into the Mirror, Alexandre Aja is insisting that his Piranha 3D remake will not really be a remake at all, but rather a completely original film which just happens to share the same title as Joe Dante’s original.
The Fango fiends found a gory surprise in their inbox today in the form of a boatload of behind the scenes stills from Feast 2: Sloppy Seconds, one of which you can see on your right.
Though it’s now old news that Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan will be doing a page one rewrite on the script for the Hellraiser remake, which is still set to be directed by Inside team Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo, Variety finally got around to officially announcing it today.
Yes, it sucked when the guys who made Inside (review) were told their script for the Hellraiser remake wasn’t what the Weinstein Co. was looking for. Andrew had a nice tirade about it in the last Dinner for Fiends, actually, give it a listen. But this new development is promising...
An interesting bit of news came down our way via e-mail yesterday regarding The Midnight Man, the directorial debut of Feast co-writer Marcus Dunstan, which we last updated you on back here.