Some movies take years to cook and ferment before they can get made. Sadly this happens for a variety of reasons. Job is just such a project, and we're told that it's finally in the latter stages of development. Either way, a new teaser one-sheet was sent our way and we have it for you right here.
Some things sound so absurd your first instinct is to say to yourself, "That cannot be true!" Well, not only is Uwe Boll's film about the world's first fat superhero, Blubberella, a reality, but we have the trailer to prove it.
The last time Uwe Boll tried his hand at making a comedy, it was the controversial Postal. Some heralded the film a hilarious comedic romp and Boll's best film to date. Let's see how they feel about Blubberella, Boll's new horror comedy about an obese superheroine battling the forces of evil.
Ready for Brian Yuzna's latest 3D monster movie that features giant sea scorpions, Amphibious? Well, even if you're not, we have some more plankton for your to nosh on while you check out the flick's new online digs.
It's been a long time since last we talked about John Gray's religion-gone-awry themed slasher Job, but there are finally some goodies to report so we figured we'd share!
Brian Yuzna's latest, entitled Amphibious, might sound like the making of a Syfy original movie - giant prehistoric sea scorpions go on a rampage - but this new Indonesian-lensed creature feature from the Bride of Re-Animator/Return of the Living Dead 3 director coming in May 2010 is getting in on the 3D craze. We're now getting our first look at the giant prehistoric sea scorpions on the attack and not a moment too soon; for my money we don't get nearly enough killer crustacean flicks, let alone in 3D.
We missed this little Halloween treat yesterday but, as you can see by the amount of stories we did, it was about the only thing we missed. Man yesterday was nuts!
Reviewed by Debi Moore Starring Michael Paré, Clare Kramer, Courtney Peldon, Deborah Van Valkenburgh, Anita Leeman
Those crazy bastards over at Arrow in the Head apparently don’t think a new trailer and poster are good enough for you guys. No, instead they got two new posters and a slew of trailers for Eric Red’s upcoming feature 100 Feet.
Those lucky bastards over at IGN got their hands on the trailer for Uwe Boll’s first original horror film, Seed, and I’m oh so very jealous. No worries, though; you can just scroll down a bit to check it out for yourself.
Eric Red just announced via his MySpace page that his return to directing, the ghost story 100 Feet, has been chosen as an official entry in this year’s Austin Film Festival!
Cynthia Curnan, writer and one of the co-producers of the upcoming Road to Hell, dropped us a line today with an update on the status of the film.