Some new imagery from The Divide has come our way, and if what you see in it is any indication of what's to come, someone is going to be wishing that they had eyes on the back of their head. Real eyes. Not that tattooed nonsense. The flick is directed by Xavier Gens and stars Lauren German, Michael Biehn, Milo Ventimiglia, and Rosanna Arquette. Synopsis:
Here at Dread Central we get all sorts of weird things in the mail. Take today for instance. We got a can of beans. Yes, beans. However, through a bit of trickery we've nailed down a clip from Anchor Bay's The Divide for you. The flick is directed by Xavier Gens and stars Lauren German, Michael Biehn, Milo Ventimiglia, and Rosanna Arquette. Synopsis:
Hollywood action film legend Michael Biehn presents his directorial debut, The Victim, on Friday night, July 22, 2011, in Louisville, Kentucky, at the Fright Night Film Festival. Biehn, who starred in such blockbuster films as The Terminator, Aliens, The Abyss and Tombstone, will appear alongside Jennifer Blanc Biehn, his producing partner and co-star in the movie.
Another major genre deal was made this evening at the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas as one of the horror genre's best friends has made off with what is potentially one of the festival's best films.
Anyone missing that extra hour of sleep yet? I know we are. How about some apocalyptic goodness to get your minus-one-hour-for-no-good-reason work week started? That's right, kids! Time for more from Xavier Gens' new flick, The Divids!
Listen up, kids! Got some time to kill? Boss not looking? Need a little horror in your afternoon? Then how about digging on the opening minutes of Xavier Gens' new flick, The Divids, which is getting set to make its premiere at SXSW 2011!
With Bereavement, Stevan Mena's long awaited prequel/sequel to Malevolence, opening in theatres this weekend, we've got a chance for you to win something truly nifty!
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Alexandra Daddario, Michael Biehn, Spencer List, Brett Rickaby
The March 4th release of Stevan Mena's sequel to Malevolence, titled Bereavement, is right around the corner, and to celebrate, we've got the first clip from the flick that offers a glimpse of the evils to come.
The goods are starting to come in fast and furious now for indie feature The Victim, and to go along with the huge image gallery we opened earlier this year, we have video interviews with the flick's director/star Michael Biehn and his co-stars Jennifer Blanc and Danielle Harris.
We're getting closer to the March 4th, 2011 theatrical release of Stevan Mena's sequel to Malevolence, titled Bereavement and to get you all excited like, we have a new poster and the first TV spot!
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Cary Elwes, Michael Biehn, Gabriel Mann, Sara Foster
Stevan Mena's sequel to Malevolence, titled Bereavement, is officially on its way to theatres on March 4th, 2011, so you know what that means ... it's time to tango with the MPAA. The ratings board has handed down its rating for the flick, which is R for "sadistic bloody violence, torture, brief language and nudity". All the good stuff!
The role of mentor is a time-honored one. An older, more experienced craftsman taking a younger, impressionable apprentice under his tutelage and guiding him along his path toward mastery of any given skill is a tradition that goes back to ancient times.