Man, today's been the day of teaser images and trailers, has it not? While there's no video for the following, the two latest teaser posters for Nacho Vigalando's latest invasion movie Extraterrestre (or Alien) are bound to bring a smile to your face.
Anyone who has seen the movie Timecrimes can attest to one thing, and that's the fact that when it comes to terror and suspense, Spanish director Nacho Vigalondo knows his stuff, and his latest film really has our attention!
Magnet has finally gotten around to releasing the DVD specs for Nacho Vigalondo’s Timecrimes, the Spanish semi-horror hit that’s been winning awards at almost every festival it's shown up at over the last year. In case you’ve been ignoring any and all info about the film, it follows a normal, everyday man whose curiosity about a topless sunbather leads him to a masked stranger in a trench coat, time travel, and, ultimately, murder.
Here at Dread Central we make a habit out of giving away cool stuff. Next up on our list of things we give out because we love you -- a signed poster for Timecrimes (review here)! In celebration of the film's limited theatrical release on Friday, December 12th, Dread Central, in association with Magnet and Six Shooter Films, is giving away 1 (one) poster for Timecrimes signed by director Nacho Vigalondo.
Timecrimes (review) will be playing in some select theatres in November, but Magnolia is keeping us on edge as to where we can see it.
Time Crimes (review) may be more of a suspense movie than a horror flick, but there's just something about time travel and bandaged-face, scissors-wielding psychos that's so inviting to us.
During an interview with Blogdecine, director Nacho Vigalondo let the beans spill about who he's considering to be in the director's chair for the remake of his time travel thriller Timecrimes (review).
While at New York Comic Con this past weekend, which made the wise decision to move from February to April this year but is going back to February for next year, I hit up the Magnolia/Magnet booth
Well, this is interesting ... The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Timothy J. Sexton, best known for his Children of Men screenplay, has been brought on board by United Artists to pen the English-language remake of Timecrimes. Guess I spoke too soon about the lack of remake news today, eh?
Recently we had the pleasure of sitting down briefly with Nacho Vigalondo, the director of the time travel film everyone's talking