The creepy new movie Mr. Jones brings a whole new angle to the found footage sub-genre of horror. Recently, writer and director of Mr. Jones, Karl Mueller, sat down with Dread Central to discuss the film.
Mr. Jones is here, and he's ready to move into your home video collection! The cool thing? You don't even have to pay anything to get him there; just enter our contest, and we'll have this bad boy at your door before you can say, "BOO!"
Mr. Jones is nearly here, and he's more than ready to begin haunting your home video collection. To herald his arrival, we have an exclusive clip for you along with a pair of exclusive stills! It's Monday! Blow off everything and watch it! Screw yer boss!
Two new clips have arrived from Mr. Jones, and they're ready to break into your skull, roll around your head, and then have you singing that damned Counting Crows song until someone admits you into an asylum. You've been warned.
A new clip has arrived from Mr. Jones, and we urge you to blink a few times so that your eyes can adjust a bit to the darkness. Once they do, you'll see the air vibrating around it. Please note: We don't guarantee the whole vibrating thing, but it works for the folks in the clip.
The official home video trailer has arrived for Mr. Jones, and we have every startling second of it for you right here. That is, if you find it startling. If not, we have every regular second of it for you anyway. We like to be flexible.
A fresh batch of stills and the home video artwork have arrived for Mr. Jones. Smiling in the bright lights. Coming through in stereo. When everybody loves you, you can never be lonely. He's gonna be a big star, ya know.
Don't be expecting to be counting crows or telling each other fairy tales with this Mr. Jones. In this new horror film the title character is all about bringing on the nightmares, and we have an exclusive look at the artwork and more for you!
Hot on the heels of the news that Anchor Bay picked up its distribution and in advance of its world premiere tonight, April 19th, at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival, we have the first clip from Karl Mueller's Mr. Jones.
A bit of distribution news has come our way from the Tribeca Film Festival... Anchor Bay has acquired all North American rights for the film Mr. Jones, one of the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival's Midnight selections.
Mr. Jones and me, we're gonna be big stars... Okay, maybe not me, but Mr. Jones sure is thanks to the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival's Midnight section, where the film will make its premiere on April 19th. Check out the poster art!
Several Horror Films to Screen During Tribeca 2013: Byzantium, Frankenstein's Army, Raze, V/H/S/2 and More
The 2013 Tribeca Film Festival, taking place April 17th-28th in New York City, has announced its full line-up, and we're happy to see lots of horror films included this year. Read on for the details.