A trifecta of bitchin' new stills from Marcus Nispel's upcoming film Backmask have crash landed on our desks and feature your first look at actor Michael Ormsby looking all kinds of evil. Dig it!
Killing can be tiring. That's why on even the bloodiest of film sets you have to take a few minutes to chill out and get things back to eye level. That's exactly what's happening in this latest behind-the-scenes still from Backmask.
We're not entirely sure what actor Nick Nicotera is up to in these latest stills from Marcus Nispel's Backmask, but one thing is certain... the man has bad intentions. We like that. We like that very much! Dig it!
It's been awhile since last we saw anything pertaining to Marcus Nispel's latest film, Backmask, but that has changed thanks to its star, Brittany Curran, who tweeted out the following image with the caption, “This is what I look like right after I kill a few people.”
The very first bit of eye candy in promotion of Marcus Nispel's new flick, Backmask, has arrived; and the restraint shown with lens flaring is admirable. They're just on the cusp of casting those angelic halos! Dig 'em!
Some pretty good names have come in to fill out the casting ranks of Marcus Nispel's new film, Backmask, and we have all the latest on who's who and what's what. Or something like that. No really, we're good at this, we promise.
More casting news has hit the interwebs for Marcus Nispel's latest flick, Backmask, and we have the info for you right here filled with the power color orange and riddled with lens flares from every conceivable angle. Well, not really, but there is news!
At last year's Cannes Film Market, director Marcus Nispel's new film, Backmask, was officially announced. Here we are, a year later and we finally have some casting news for you cats. Read on to see who the next person to be bathed in lens flares will be.
The road to bring Hack/Slash to the big screen has been an arduous one to traverse. It's been several years now, and finally it sounds as if there's some solid movement. Movement filled with lens flares and the color orange.
Crom! More clips are here for the Blu-ray release of Marcus Nispel's huge budget retelling of Conan the Barbarian (review here)! Don't forget to crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and hear the lamentation of their women! Dig it!
Marcus Nispel's huge budget retelling of Conan the Barbarian hits stores in just a few days, and to get you geared up, we have an exclusive clip from the Blu-ray that shows off the Barbarian in his younger days. Dig it!
This weekend’s ultra violent reboot of Conan the Barbarian and remake of Fright Night have been met with widely differing critical reactions. Who’s right? Who’s wrong? Judging by their respective box office takes, it's more like, “Who cares?”
Chosen to remake every movie. Chosen to wear orange. Chosen to make things gritty. Chosen to drop the ball on even the simplest of concepts. Chosen to use lens flares at a relentless pace. And now, chosen to create comic books.
Marcus Nispel's reboot of the Conan the Barbarian franchise comes out in theaters this weekend, and of course it's in 3D "for your viewing pleasure". Still torn on whether or not you'll be seeing it?