Though it was only made a few years ago, the Norwegian found footage flick Troll Hunter has already found itself on the remake chopping block. So goes it in Hollywood. But we think you'll be pleased with the man in charge of the project.
Some great news came across our desk this week as we learned that Sterling Pictures, Witching Hour Films, and Screen Projex have set up the supernatural movie Soulmate, which Axelle Carolyn will direct and Neil Marshall will exec produce.
To say that we're excited to see Neil Marshall's take on the Dracula tale The Last Voyage of the Demeter is a bit of an understatement. The man knows how to do period pieces like no other, and he's not shy about the red stuff either.
It's been over a year since last there was anything to report on the Dracula tale The Last Voyage of the Demeter, but holy cow, has some really cool news sailed on in. News that has us grinning from ear-to-ear!
The new slasher film from genre favorite Neil Marshall (The Descent, Doomsday, Dog Soldiers, Centurion) and CBS Films, Hellfest, has scored a new writer; and we've got the skinny for you right here.
Now that she's busily submitting her latest film, The Halloween Kid, to festivals, Axelle Carolyn has put her previous effort, The Last Post (review here), online to share with everyone. Check out this short film produced by Neil Marshall and starring Jean Marsh, which had its world premiere at the 2011 Fantasia Film Festival, right here!
Four words have come together that are nothing short of music to our ears... You ready? Neil Marshall, slasher film! Yep, you read that correctly. Read on for the first details pertaining to Marshall's possible next film.
We haven't given much coverage here at Dread Central to HBO's stellar "Game of Thrones" series, an adaptation of author George R. R. Martin's best-selling A Song of Ice and Fire fantasy novels, but with the news coming today that genre director Neil Marshall has signed on to direct an episode from the series' second season, we just couldn't resist mentioning it. Plus, we hear there are more supernatural shenanigans planned for Season 2 so you'll want to read on for those details.
This year's Fantasia Film Festival is home to one of the longest lists of feature films we've seen in all our years of reporting on the fest. In addition they'll be screening several short films. Info on one of them, Axelle Carolyn's The Last Post, just landed in our inbox; and of course we have to share!
Never let it be said that we don't work quickly. Just about an hour ago we brought you a news item regarding what could be Neil Marshall's next project in which the news was interrupted by an overzealous fan in the audience. Now there's a bit more to tell.
You know what's frustrating? People who don't know when to shut up who interrupt others that are actually talking about something interesting or big. Case in point ... the first word on what could be Neil Marshall's next project.
Who would have thought a little kitschy book would be the basis of a wellspring of top talent vying for a chance to bring its undead tale to the big screen? For Pride and Prejudice and Zombies this seems to be the case.
Some incredibly different (and talented) filmmakers could be fairly close to signing onto what has to be on the most unlikely film premises of all time. Will it happen? Sounds like it!
With Centurion (review here) starting its limited theatrical run today, the timing is perfect for the first word to leak out about what's next for director Neil Marshall. Feeling hungry? How about taking a trip Underground with Marshall into the terrifying underbelly of extreme cuisine?
Reviewed by MattFini Starring Michael Fassbender, Dominic West, Olga Kurylenko, David Morrissey, Axelle Carolyn, Ulrich Thomsen, Imogen Poots, Liam Cunningham Directed by Neil Marshall