Oh, Nicolas Cage. How much do we love thee? Seriously, he's become one of our favorite actors here around the Dread Central offices so when news breaks of him in a new genre film, it immediately gets our attention!
We're just a week away from Nicolas Cage and his hair hitting home video in Dominic Sena's Season of the Witch and to celebrate this auspicious occasion, Fox has released a new TV spot! Dig it!
Director Dominic Sena's Season of the Witch is coming to Blu-ray and DVD on June 28th from 20th Century Fox, and in honor of the occasion they've released a new trailer geared specifically toward the home video release. Dig it!
And so it begins. One of our first news stories regarding the madness that is the San Diego Comic-Con 2011. With the big show rapidly approaching, you can expect the same insane amount of coverage that we give you every year, starting now with this interesting news bite regarding Ghost Rider 2: Spirit of Vengeance.
If you happened to miss Drive Angry 3D when it hit theaters this past February, now you’ll have an opportunity to right that wrong as the explosive flick is finally hitting DVD and Blu-ray shelves on Tuesday, May 31st.
Is there anyone on Earth not looking forward to seeing Nicolas Cage and his medieval fright wig in glorious 1080p? I mean honestly ... that's worth the price of the Blu-ray itself as far as we're concerned. Get ready for a gander at the official box art for Season of the Witch!
Oh, the spectacle that is Dominic Sena's Season of the Witch! If you missed it in theatres it's coming home along with Nicolas Cage's hair this June. Glory be!
If there's any justice in this universe, Drive Angry will find its audience when it comes home to Blu-ray and DVD in May. Read on for the details.
So we've been wondering just who everyone's favorite motorcycle driving hot head will be tussling with when Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance 3D roars into theatres, and finally an undead answer has come!
We hear you loud and clear. You don't have the extra cash to shell out to go to the movies. Maybe you're tired of spending higher admission prices for 3D films. Can't blame you there. But most of us here at DC stand behind Drive Angry, and we think if you took the time to go, you probably would, too.
The R-rated shot-in-3D romp that sees Nic Cage as an escapee from hell trying to save a baby from rock-a-billy occultists, raising his own hell in a hot rod with a hot blonde, pursued by a hellish "accountant" determined to return him to his infernal punishment, only grossed a pitiful $5 million for the weekend, barely even making it across the finish line at 9th place.
Since the much anticipated Drive Angry 3D is coming out in theaters this week, we wanted to make that sure you didn't miss a moment of our coverage. Get your motors running, kids! We're in for a wild ride! Synopsis
Nicolas Cage is one of the coolest actors of this era and if you don’t agree, you can go straight to Hell. Oddly enough, that’s just where Cage comes back from as John Milton, the “badass mutherfucker” who burns rubber through Drive Angry (review here) this weekend.