It's been a long while since we've heard anything pertaining to the badass looking project I, Frankenstein. As with many movies, there's been a bit of a change in regard to exactly who will be bringing it to the big screen.
If there's one thing that special effects maestro, creature creator, and director Patrick Tatopoulos knows, it's monsters. Thankfully the man's got another one of the way that's sure to send some "keep that friggin' thing away from me" type shivers up your spine.
There have always been tales of creatures who guard bridges. Usually they turn out to be trolls or something of the like that are looking to collect a toll as payment for the right to cross said structure. However, times have changed, and a new breed of monster is coming.
The Frankenstein monster has long held a special place in the hearts of the staff here at the Dread Central offices, and now that Lakeshore Entertainment has nabbed the film rights to I, Frankensetin, it looks as if we're gonna be getting a whole lot more
It's been a few months since last we told you about Death Ray Film's upcoming film I, Frankenstein directed by Patrick Tatopoulos which features classic monster characters, including Frankenstein's Monster, the Invisible Man, Dracula and the Hunchback of Notre Dame, running rampant in a contemporary film noir setting.
Kevin Grevioux is a name whom most Underworld fans will be instantly acquainted with. The big man had a hand in writing the original film as well as playing th
Kevin Grevioux is a name whom most Underworld fans will be instantly acquainted with. The big man had a hand in writing the original film as well as playing the role of recurring character Raze the Lycan.
Death Ray Films, director Patrick Tatopoulos, and Underworld co-creator Kevin Grevioux have teamed up to develop I, Frankenstein for the big screen.
The Patrick Tatopoulos monster project we've been talking about for a couple of weeks now, Nonstop, finally has a confirmed studio behind it -- Spielberg's Dreamworks. The news broke today along with a few other tasty tidbits of info!
About two weeks ago we told you about Patrick Tatopoulos' latest film, Nonstop. A bit more has come out about the project to bring to your ever so curious attention!
Patrick Tatopoulos, who you may remember was the director for the very good (no easy feat) third entry into the Underworld series, Underworld: Rise of the Lycans, is at it again ... and this time he's throwing his hat into the monster wrecking a city arena. Saints be praised!
Reviewed by Nomad Starring Rhona Mitra, Billy Nighy, Michael Sheen, Kevin Grevioux Directed by Patrick Tatopoulos
All right, this poster for Underworld: Rise of the Lycans actually has a character who plays a Lycan as its focal point, which is a step in the right direction, but it’s still not what I asked for, damnit.
For all of us who had been waiting for a really cool, werewolf-centric poster for Underworld: Rise of the Lycans ... I guess we'll just have to wait a bit longer and deal with this, instead. How disappointing.