Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring Bobby Campo, Nick Zano, Shantel VanSanten, Haley Webb Directed by David R. Ellis
Warner Bros. just sent over four audio files for you guys to download and dig on while you're gearing up for this weekend's big horror showdown!
With death knocking on our doors in theatres on August 28th, we figured that there would be no better way to celebrate our soon-to-be passing than with a massive contest ushering in The Final Destination!
Finally the fourth film in the Final Destination franchise, simply called The Final Destination, has met the MPAA and come away with the rating we were hoping for!
What's in a name? To be honest, we never really cared for the title Final Destination: Death Trip 3D. It was a mouthful that never really rolled off the tongue. Apparently our sentiments have been echoed, and the David R. Ellis helmed sequel has gotten itself a brand spanking new name!
The trailer for direct-to-DVD sequel The Cell 2 recently showed up online, and it looks exactly as you'd think it would considering no one was exactly clamoring for it and it pretty much came out of nowhere.
The fourth entry into New Line's Reaper-fest Final Destination: Death Trip 3D is in the process of undergoing reshoots down in Universal Orlando, and one lucky fan happened to be on the scene with a camera!
Finally a good look at the artwork for New Line's upcoming The Cell 2 has popped up courtesy of the good folks at DVD Active, and we have to admit given that the first film was so very visual, we're pretty underwhelmed.
Remember that flick The Cell from a few years ago? What it lacked in story it more than made up for in visuals, and I'm not just talking about J-Lo's amazing ass either. Warner and New Line have been sitting on the sequel for a while now, but they've finally decided to release it ... in the strangest of ways.
Looking to pencil in some dates on your horror event calendar? Good! Because New Line dropped some info on us that you're not going to want to miss.
Former president of production at New Line Mike Deluca's film adaptation of the Richard Doetsch time travel novel The Thirteenth Hour has finally found its writers -- Michael Brandt and Derek Haas.
A steep drop-off in box office is not all that surprising after a film opens to huge numbers, but an 80% drop-off? That cuts worse than a machete to the head. Jason must have worn out his lower half doing all that running in his new film because he sure doesn't have any legs.
A couple of new posters for Friday the 13th have shown up online, and you can dig their groovy look below. The Platinum Dunes franchise reboot is in theaters on Friday, February 13th, 2009, and so far looks pretty damn kickass. Keep it here for more as the release approaches!
Mike DeLuca, former president of production at New Line, is returning to the scaled-down label to produce an adaptation of the forthcoming time-travel thriller The Thirteenth Hour, written by Richard Doetsch, according to this morning’s Variety.