Ready to see Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence in action in her upcoming flick House at the End of the Street? Then it's your lucky day as we've got the trailer for you!
Joining Entertainment Weekly's first look at Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence in her upcoming flick House at the End of the Street are two more magazine scans for you to ogle. Dig it!
While The Hunger Games will no doubt be making bank this weekend at the theatres, we've gotten our claws into the first still from the next flick starring Jennifer Lawrence, House at the End of the Street. Dig it!
The release date for Relativity Media's The House at the End of the Street has been pushed back again. Hope you wrote in that last date in pencil!
We've all been waiting patiently for Relativity Media's The House at the End of the Street to come our way (if only for the cool throwback of a title), and it looks like we're going to be waiting a couple of months longer.
Don't know about you guys, but we've just about had it with all this teasing today. Well, not really. We like being teased. Especially when you do that trick with the feather. Ahem ... In any event the first image from House at the End of the Street is here ready and waiting for ya! Synopsis
Not long ago we told you that Relativity Media had found a new place to hang its hat, along with the bodies of hapless victims, in the upcoming horror flick The House at the End of the Street. Today we finally know when to expect it. From the Press Release
Relativity Media has found a new place to hang its hat, along with the bodies of hapless victims who hopefully pile up at a rapid fire rate in the latest fear fest, The House at the End of the Street. From the Press Release
The movie that confused many a horror fan with its absolute absurdity, My Soul to Take, is coming home to Blu-ray and DVD on February 8th, and finally we have a look at the artwork and specs! Extras will include a commentary with director Wes Craven and cast members Max Thieriot, John Magaro and Emily Meade; deleted and extended scenes; an alternate opening; and two alternate endings.
Wes Craven's My Soul to Take both infuriated and infatuated horror fans and critics alike. There are some folks out there who consider it to be brilliant in its own unique way, and others who would rather stick needles in their eyes than ever watch it again. Come February you're going to get a chance to decide which camp you're in.
We're not sure if it was the mostly negative reviews (except ours, read it here), people tired of the inflated price for 3D, or just a general lack of interest, but Wes Craven's My Soul to Take wound up in fifth place at the box office and can boast of having the worst opening yet for a 3D movie playing at over 1,500 venues.
Wes Craven's latest 3D slashfest, My Soul to Take, is opening wide this weekend, and we have put together all of our previous coverage for the film in one nice little package below so you can prep yourselves. Among all the fun coverage, make sure to feast your eyes on our Photo Gallery and the Video Clips Blowout!
Reviewed by Nomad Starring Max Thieriot, Emily Meade, Raul Esparza, Denzel Whitaker, John Magaro
In honor of the release of Wes Craven's latest 3D slasherfest, My Soul to Take, we've got a ton of video content for you cats! Included are interviews with Wes Craven, Max Thieriot, Emily Meade, Raul Esparza, producer Iya Labunka, B-roll from the film, an extended fourth clip, and two new TV spots! Pull up a chair, kids! You're gonna be here for a while!