Blumhouse Productions and Radius-TWC aren't looking to release the indie horror-thriller Creep (review) from the Duplass Brothers as a stand-alone film. In fact, the powers-that-be are totally thinking franchise! Read on for the latest details.
Blumhouse Productions announced today that Radius-TWC has acquired worldwide rights to indie horror-thriller Creep from the Duplass Brothers. Read on for the details you need to keep you creepin'.
Over the summer we told you about an upcoming zombie flick called Reawakening, which was building up a pretty respectable cast. Though we hadn't heard anything in the past couple of months, it has returned to our radar today with a brand new name as well as a release date.
"Once Upon a Time" star Sarah Bolger has signed on for active duty in Lionsgate's upcoming Reawakening, and after watching her deal with fairy tale characters so long, it should be interesting to see how she handles the return of the deceased.
As horror fans know all too well, bringing folks back from the dead rarely has a happy ending, and two familiar faces from popular TV shows are about to learn that first-hand now that they've joined Lionsgate's upcoming Reawakening.
Death, though necessary, sucks. Mainly because it seems as if only the good or intelligent are taken from us too soon while the mean and ignorant live on seemingly forever. Still, maybe some day someone will find a cure for it. Too bad you can't cure stupid.
More casting news has come in for Blumhouse Productions' Mercy as Deadline is reporting that Mark Duplass has signed on to the fantasy-horror project based on a short from Stephen King’s Skeleton Crew collection.
Blumhouse Productions is quickly become a supernatural force to be reckoned with, and we love them for it. Here's a company run by people who make no bones about their love for horror movies, and at this year's Sundance Film Festival they've scooped up another!
And another Sundance deal has been made with LD Distribution nabbing North American distro rights for director/co-star Katie Aselton's Black Rock, which was written by her husband, Mark Duplass (Baghead).
Though many revere the directing duo of Mark and Jay Duplass for their well-received black comedy Cyrus from last summer, we dig them for Baghead, the little quasi-horror flick that put them on the map. Now the brothers are returning to our genre for a little revenge.
This December 30th one of the more bizarre titles flirting with our genre, Mark & Jay Duplass’ Baghead (review), will finally be coming to DVD thanks to Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. If you’ve not heard much about the title, I’m not surprised; I’ve been trying to figure out if it belongs on Dread since it started its festival run.
Reviewed by Debi Moore Starring Ross Partridge, Steve Zissis, Greta Gerwig, Elise Muller Written & Directed by Jay & Mark Duplass