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.
Pencil in a new release date for Stevan Mena's Malevolence sequel, Bereavement. The flick's release has been pushed to March 4th, 2011.
Director Xavier Gens did a little talking today about when we can expect to see his latest film, The Divide. According to the man himself, it will be premiering this coming March in Austin, Texas. He didn't say exactly where or when, but being that the SXSW festival is that month, we'd hazard to say that's a good bet!
With the premiere of Stevan Mena's Malevolence sequel, Bereavement, happening in select cities February 18th, the promotional goodies are starting to come in. So of course we dug our claws into an exclusive image to get your juices flowing!
One upcoming indie feature we've been anticipating for a while now is the Michael Biehn directed The Victim, and we have a massively updated image gallery for the flick to share with you guys.
And the holiday work week has begun officially winding down, but as per usual the indie folks are still hard at work churning out the goods, and we'll be here to support them and keep you guys informed! Next up are some eye candy and a naughty, grindhouse-feeling trailer for the Michael Biehn directed The Victim.
Hot on the heels of its derailment of Dark Sky's unrated release of Adam Green's Hatchet II in AMC theatres this past October, the MPAA has struck another blow against our genre with its banning of the poster for Stevan Mena's Bereavement.
Interesting news coming out of the camp of the indie feature The Victim. It seems as if actor Michael Biehn has flexed his directing muscle as well on this latest thriller. From the Press Release:
With AFM starting Wednesday, the horror goodies keep on coming. The next bit of goods to come our way is the sales art for Xavier (Frontier(s)) Gens' upcoming horror flick The Divide, formerly known as The Fallout.
Now that Los Angeles’ film festival laureate Screamfest LA is off and running from October 8-17 at the Mann’s 6 in Hollywood, CA, we're wrapping up our interview series with directors who have films in the fest. Our last installment: Andrew Shortell and Psych: 9.