Miguel Ángel Vivas
Well, no, not me personally. That would kind of suck. What we're talking about here is the new flick from Kidnapped director Miguel Ángel Vivas, I Will Die Tonight. Read on for the first details and artwork.
If you've never seen Miguel Ángel Vivas' new flick Kidnapped (review here), then you want to pay close attention to the following words ... it will be available via IFC on DVD November 29th. Mark your calendars. Tie a string around your finger. Do whatever you have to do, but make sure you get your hands on this truly brutal flick!
One of the most brutal recent entries in the home invasion subgenre is Miguel Ángel Vivas' Kidnapped, whose real fear of home invasions compelled the making of the film. Recently Dread Central had an opportunity to sit down with the director to learn more about his motivation as well as the techniques he employed for Kidnapped.
Get ready to witness the moment the shit hits the proverbial fan in a new clip from Miguel Angel Vivas' Kidnapped, a powerful new film that will leave your jaws on the floor and your fingers dug into your arm rests.
Yesterday IFC took its fair share of lumps from film enthusiasts for putting out an English dubbed trailer for their latest home invasion themed thriller, Kidnapped. Thankfully that trailer has been banished, and the subtitled version is finally here along with the official one-sheet.
In preparation for its arrival via On Demand June 15th before joining limited theaters on June 17th, we've nailed down the trailer for the next home invasion-themed slice of terror, Kidnapped, and it's one you don't want to miss! Miguel Angel Vivas' Kidnapped stars Guillermo Barrientos, Dritan Biba and Fernando Cayo. Synopsis
The last time we talked about Miguel Ángel Vivas' post-apocalyptic horror flick Welcome to Harmony was in February, but with Cannes under way (and sucking up every minute of our time), some chilly sales art has come our way.
It was announced today by Tromadance Program Director Jonathan Lees that the feature film selections for the Tromadance Film Fesitval (April 22-23 in Asbury Park, NJ) will be Drew Bolduc and Dan Nelson's The Taint, Joshua Grannell's All About Evil, and the East Coast premiere of Miguel Angel Vivas' Kidnapped.
One flick we've been anxiously awaiting a release date for is Miguel Angel Vivas' home invasion thriller Kidnapped. The early word is that it's home to an amazing shocker of an ending so we're pretty damned excited to be getting it. Can it live up to the hype? We'll find out on June 15th when IFC releases the film in a limited theatrical capacity.
Some fresh eye candy with a touch of international flavor has surfaced for Filmax International's release of Miguel Angel Vivas' home invasion thriller Kidnapped, and we have it for you right here with a side of jalapeno!
Ah, the apocalypse! So rife with horrors! For years the subject of the end of days has been utilized to unleash unstoppable terror on moviegoers (unstoppable unless you have Schwarzenegger armed with a rocket launcher, that is), and there's more on tap!
Some good old fashioned home invasion inspired terror is coming our way courtesy of Miguel Ángel Vivas' newest movie for Filmax called Kidnapped, and to celebrate the carnage to come, the first stills from the movie have found their way online.