Paul Andrew Williams
Out today on DVD is Cherry Tree Lane, a home invasion thriller written and directed by Paul Andrew Williams (The Cottage) that follows a seemingly ordinary couple through one terrifying night after they're taken hostage by a gang who has a beef to settle with their teenage son.
Well, it's taken a couple of years to get here, but finally the UK flick Cherry Tree Lane is on its way to home video in the States via Image Entertainment, and we have the initial details for you right here. Dig it!
Finally the trailer has come for Paul Andrew (The Cottage) Williams' latest terror tale, Cherry Tree Lane, which will be making its premiere at this year's Film4 FrightFest. Have a look! Synopsis
Another film playing exclusively at London's Film4 FrightFest is director Paul Andrew (The Cottage) Williams' latest terror tale, Cherry Tree Lane and to celebrate we've nailed down a new still. Or should we say chopped down?
Ready for a look inside Paul Andrew (The Cottage) Williams' latest terror tale? Dare you wander down Cherry Tree Lane? Can you handle the horrors? We love dramatic questions. They make us feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
I think I’m slowly getting to the point where I need horror films to be fun again. I used to gripe that the genre needed a return of "real" horror, where audiences suffer as much as the characters on screen.
A while back we gave you guys the first word on The Day, Tom Shankland’s follow-up to Waz (released here by Dimension Extreme as The Killing Gene). Well, in the time since that announcement was made a lot has happened with the new film, so let's catch up, shall we?
We just got our hands on not one, but two, clips from the Paul Andrew Williams (interview) film The Cottage (DVD review), which is out on DVD right now! The first features one of the wanna-be kidnappers trying to intimidate their hostage, who’s just not having it. The other is the first appearance, to this character at least, of a hideously deformed monstrosity, which makes him scream like a bitch.
Just like our extensive and exhausting (on our side, at least) coverage from last year (read it all right here), we’re compiling as much info as we can for the horror offerings at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, going down in NYC this April 23rd – May 4th!
"Strangers don't fare well in these parts." That's the kind of warning we Americans usually hear with a Southern twang attached, but this time it is oddly more ... British. Yeah, I wasn't sure what to make of that either.
The UK horror/comedy The Cottage is set to open in theaters across the pond on March 14th, 2008. Though no official site has been created for it yet, distributor Pathe Films has put together a pretty cool poster that you can see by clicking on the teaser image to the right.
With its DVD release in just a few weeks, Paul Andrew Williams' The Cottage will be fresh in the minds of many who were attendance of the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival. The tale of a kidnapping gone very, very wron