Another trailer has hit online for Neil Marshall's latest film, Centurion, this time of the more friendly green band variety, and we've got your peek at the goodies to come.
Horror movies in the Nineties had gone horribly awry with the exception of a few classics that slid out under the radar. Slasher films were now bloodless, the teenagers were no longer meat for the beast, and for whatever reason horror seemingly had lost one or two of its fans. But then they came. Horror's latest superstar directors who were looking to set things straight!
It's been a while since last we heard anything regarding Neil Marshall's next movie Burst, which will be coming at us in 3D courtesy of producer Sam Raimi under his Ghost House banner. That, however, is about to change.
Fans of Neil Marshall (Dog Soldiers, Doomsday, The Descent) have good reason to smile today as the latest red band trailer for his new film Centurion has officially hit the interwebs! What better way to end a Monday than with a bit of splatter?
Finally the American one-sheet for Neil Marshall's latest foray into the world of swords and dismemberment, Centurion, has reared its head, and it's pretty damned sexy in a very violent way!
We just put down our goblets of mead and let go of our wenches long enough to dig you guys up a new clip from Neil Marshall's uber-violent epic Centurion. Now hurry up and watch it, lads. There's plenty of plundering to be done.
Good news for Neil Marshall fans who are eagerly awaiting the release of his latest film Centurion here in the States: It has just been announced that the really violent film (bless Marshall's heart) has landed itself some distro from Magnet!
A few days ago we brought you the news that Neil Marshall would be producing a new film called Ghost of Slaughterford (story here) for director Ian D. Fleming. Good news for sure, but we wanted more! So who better to get it from than the film's writer and star Axelle Carolyn?
Fresh off of bringing the uber-violent sword swinging epic Centurion director Neil Marshall looks to be stepping into the producer's chair for director Ian D. Fleming's supernatural thriller Ghost of Slaughterford.
The UK trailer for Neil Marshall's latest film, Centurion, hit online today, and even though it's not horror per se, we're sure that it will still appeal to you, oh dearest reader! If only for the gore!
Neil Marshall is a guy whose involvement in a project automatically makes my pants all sticky. And while I’d like to apologize up front for that repugnant image, I would also like to fill you in on what the director of Dog Soldiers, The Descent and Doomsday is up to next – sadly it does not start with a D.
Neil Marshall dropped a great film on us with his spelunking gone completely awry horror opus The Descent, and now its sequel looks set to savage us once again. Can it fill the very big blood-soaked shoes left behind by Marshall? Check out the trailer, and tell us what you think!
We’ve got no details whatsoever on this (yet), but according to the official site for First Look Home Entertainment, they’ll be putting both a Steelbook and Blu-ray edition of Neil Marshall’s freshman film, Dog Soldiers, on DVD soon!
Details surrounding Neil Marshall's latest film, Centurion, were announced today, and even though it's not horror per se, we're sure that it will still appeal to you, oh dearest reader!
In the third of our series of exclusive interviews direct from the set of The Descent 2, this week we’re delighted to present a one-on-one with Natalie Mendoza. Born in Hong Kong