Our collective attention here at Dread Central was most certainly captured earlier this year by the sales trailer for Fear Paris, an anthology of horror tales set to explore the dark underbelly of France's capital.
The immediate reaction we horror fans have to any faux teaser trailer we dig is that we want to see it become reality, is it not? Following in the footsteps of Machete Kills and Clown, REC co-director Paco Plaza is making such a desire come true. Read on!
A few other sites out there are talking about the feature anthology Fear Paris as if it were a new project; however, in reality what we basically have is a title change from Paris I'll Kill You. Read on for the sales trailer and more.
Words alone cannot fully illustrate how excited we are for the fourth film in the [REC] franchise, [REC] 4: Apocalypse. It's really time to wrap this franchise up with a bloody bow, and the promise of an Apocalypse has us grinning from ear-to-ear.
Time is getting tight for all of you still on the naughty list to get your shit together and get back in the good graces of the guy in the big red suit. For the rest of you, check out the next installment of Six Slays of Christmas 2012… Films to Keep You Awake: A Christmas Tale.
Oh, Angela Vidal, how we look forward to your demonic reign of terror. A new international teaser trailer for the fourth film in the [REC] franchise, [REC] 4: Apocalypse, has arrived and just like the sales trailer it takes us back a bit.
Sometimes in order to take a step forward, you need to take one back, and that's exactly what this early sales trailer for [REC] 4 Apocalypse does. Oh, Angela Vidal, how we look forward to your demonic reign of terror.
After the lukewarm reception to the last [REC] film, it's going to be interesting to see how the fourth film, [REC] 4 Apocalypse, fares. Let's just sit tight and hope for the best, shall we? In the interim dig on the official title treatment.
It's gonna be a fun time for [REC] fans at this year's Sitges Film Festival because that's where they will be getting their look at the first teaser trailer for [REC] 4 Apocalypse, the final installment of the franchise directed by series co-creator Jaume Balaguero.
One of the most polarizing films of the year is without question the third entry into the storied [REC] franchise, [REC] 3: Genesis (review here). Some love it, some hate it. Now you can form your own opinion as the film is ready to tackle home video.
Even though his film Frankenstein's Army wasn't ready for the Toronto International Film Festival, director Richard Raaphorst has announced he'll be working on the design of and directing a segment in the upcoming anthology film Paris I'll Kill You.
Magnet just released a killer new one-sheet for [REC] 3: Genesis (review) featuring the artwork of Tony Moore (The Walking Dead) and we're crazy in love with it, till death do us part!
If there's one undeniable thing about [REC] 3: Genesis (review), it's that its sultry star, Leticia Dolera, not only kicks ass but looks damned fine while doing so! Need a few examples? Wow, do we have some eye candy for you!
Last week Magnet released [REC] 3: Genesis (review) on VOD platforms nationwide, and in honor of the sequel's on-demand bow and upcoming theatrical release on September 7th, we chatted with star Leticia Dolera to hear more about becoming a chainsaw-wielding bride!
Exclusive Interview: Director Paco Plaza Discusses the Future of the Franchise, Creating a Romantic Horror Film and More for [REC] 3
They may have started off collaborating together on the first two installments of their hit found footage franchise, but for [REC] 3 and 4 Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza went off to direct separate sequels.