Nature Run Amok
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Brad Johnson, Keith Stone, Billy Drago, Brad Greenquist, Wendy Carter, Gabriel Womack Directed by Todor "Toshko" Chapkanov Snakes on a Plane goes west ... Umm, not quite.
Mark A. Lewis’ enviro-horror flick The Thaw will be rolling in Vancouver as of this coming Monday, and some final casting choices are being made. THR reports that “Smallville” star Aaron Ashmore is one of those choices, signing on to play a college student. Big stretch for him.
Reviewed by Sirand Starring Mark Wahlberg, John Leguizamo, Zooey Deschanel Directed by M. Night Shyamalan
Fox were kind enough to provide us with some interview footage for The Happening, M. Night Shyamalan’s first venture into R-rated territory. The on-cameras are with M. Night himself, star Mark Wahlberg, and stars Zooey Deschanel and John Leguizamo. In addition, be sure to get The Happening press conference audio for your iPod, you’ll feel like you were there! The Happening is in theaters this Friday, July 13th!
Here's the pitch: A 20-year old girl and her autistic little brother find themselves trapped in their house during a raging hurricane as well as by the man-eating tiger that has invaded their home. My reaction: This is going to be a Lifetime Network original movie, right?
UPDATE: A astute reader named Joey found the DVD artwork for Vipers over at HK Flix and passed it along to yours truly. I can also now confirm that DVD is being released by Wellspring/Genius Entertainment.
Steve Romano just turned in this week's winning entry in our ongoing Shock Festival contest and I gotta say; this is my favorite one so far!
Flu Birds? Are you kidding me? Is that like the worst movie title ever or what?
I know you guys have been dying to get more information on Abominable 2, the proposed sequel to Ryan Schifrin’s debut Sasquatch pic, since it was announced a few weeks back. Since I can’t let you suffer the entire holiday weekend begging for info, the official Jeffrey Combs site got some info to ease your mind.
Just the other day we gave you guys the first casting news for Anagram Pictures’ The Thaw, a good sign that progress on the film was moving along quickly. We just received further confirmation of this in the form of a press release announcing that The Thaw will see Canadian distribution through Maple Pictures!
So, just how gruesome is M. Night Shyamalan's latest flick? Will The Happening be able to satisfy horror fans who have been on torture porn benders for the past couple of years? Oh, I think he has everything sorted out just fine! Check out the two new red-band trailers below!
It still amazes me that a bloodless, talentless, pointless movie like Prom Night was able to make bank while a film far more worthy of our money didn't. I am, of course, talking about The Ruins (review).