The lion's share of this weekend's box office haul is most likely going to go to Captain America, Cowboys & Aliens, and to a certain extent The Smurfs, but if it's near you, we recommend going to see Attack the Block instead. Need more of a reason? Dig on these three new clips. Lucky enough to be able to catch it? Tell us what you thought in the comments section below.
Some new images have arrived from the critically acclaimed horror comedy from the UK, Attack the Block, and as expected you can find them all right here. Dig it! The flick will be hitting theatres on July 29th, where it will duke it out for your box office dollars with Cowboys and Aliens. Who's getting your hard earned greenbacks? Tell us in the comments section below.
A second trailer and a new clip have arrived from the critically acclaimed horror comedy from the UK, Attack the Block, and as expected you can find them all right here. Dig it!
A few months back during the SxSW Film Festival in Austin, there was one movie that seemed to be on everyone’s radar: the “inner city versus outer space” epic Attack the Block.
The 2011 Los Angeles Film Festival wraps up today, June 26th, with a screening of the Don't Be Afraid of the Dark remake, but awards have already been given out, and the big genre winner is Attack the Block, which won the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature.
How about a little politically incorrect goodness from the critically acclaimed horror comedy from the UK, Attack the Block? Up for it? Good! Let's get nasty! Nasty is good. Just ask Ms. Jackson and her pierced titty which horrified "Super Bowl" viewers!
There's quite a bit of positive buzz flying around for the latest alien invasion flick from our friends across the pond, Attack the Block, and finally a US release date has come our way. So when does the battle begin?
To say the hype around Attack the Block is becoming massive is a bit of an understatement. To further along the press wheel we've gotten our hands on a boatload of new stills for you. Dig it! Attack the Block opens in the UK on May 11th. Still no word from Sony/Screen Gems on a Stateside release but we'll keep listening for one. When we know, you'll know.
A toothy new one-sheet for the alien invasion flick that's the talk of the town lately, Attack the Block, has landed and is ready to gnaw its way into your collective hearts. Doesn't that just sound so sweet? Attack the Block opens in the UK on May 11th. Still no word from Sony/Screen Gems on a Stateside release but we'll keep listening for one. When we know, you'll know.
There is so much buzz and goodwill swirling around these pesky Interwebs regarding Joe Cornishe's Attack the Block that, to be perfectly honest, I'm getting sick of it. Sort of. With the recent news of Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions acquiring the film to be distributed through its genre label, Screen Gems, we bring you another trailer for your viewing pleasure.
After reading all the positive reviews of Joe Cornish's Attack the Block, we knew it was just a matter of time before its US distribution rights were snapped up, and today we know who has acquired them. Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions bought the film, and its genre label, Screen Gems, will act as distributor.
The first clips for the 2011 SXSW Midnighter/SXFantastic Audience Award winning film Attack the Block are finally here with a side order of invasion and a quick anal probe to go. Dig it!
SXSW 2011: Exclusive Video Interview - Nick Frost, Joe Cornish and Edgar Wright Talk Attack the Block
It’s no wonder to this writer that first-time feature filmmaker Joe Cornish is now celebrating the fact his new project, Attack the Block, was just handed the 2011 SXSW Midnighter/SXFantastic Audience Award this past weekend since it seemed to be one of the most buzzed-about films of the entire festival in Austin.
The first official quad one-sheet for the 2011 SXSW Midnighter/SXFantastic Audience Award winning film Attack the Block is here, and it shows off our alien fighting heroes in all their glory! Dig it!
The SXSW Film Festival announced its final award winners Saturday morning, March 19th, all of which were selected by the films’ audiences, and as tabulated across both the official SXSW Midnighter section and the SXFantastic sidebar, the big genre winner was Joe Cornish’s Attack The Block.