The first official still from Tommy Wirkola's twisted spin on the classic Hansel and Gretel fairy tale, Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters 3D, starring Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton, has hit online courtesy of Entertainment Weekly; and we have a peek at it for you right here!
One upcoming foreign flick we've been keeping a close eye on is Swedish horror film Marianne, and thanks to Fantasia 2011, Trembles had a chance to check it out and review it, as only he can, for us. So ... what's the verdict?
Some more badass artwork for the new Swedish horror film Marianne has come slicing its path of destruction through the Dread Central offices, and we have every pixel of it right here for you to dig on!
Well, if you are going to be killing witches, you might as well look good while doing so, right? Read on for your very first image from the set of Tommy Wirkola's upcoming 3D fright flick, Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters. The film stars Jeremy Renner, Gemma Arterton, Famke Janssen, Peter Stormare, Thomas Mann, Derek Mears, and Ingrid Bolsø Berdal. Expect more soon.
The cast of Tommy Wirkola's Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters 3D is shaping up nicely, especially with the addition of the latest Jason Voorhees himself, Derek Mears (pictured below; Predators, Friday the 13th, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl)! Read on to find out who else has joined the witch hunting fold!
And the hype wheel for the new Swedish horror film Marianne keeps right on rolling, this time delivering a second teaser trailer to go along with last week's crop of images! Filip Tegstedt's Marianne stars Peter Stormare (Fargo, The Big Lebowski, Armageddon), Thomas Hedengran (Frostbiten, Jägarna, Den Osynlige), and Tintin Anderzon.
That's right, kids! Head out to IKEA and buy yourself some meatballs because you're gonna be here for a while. We've gotten our filthy little claws into over two dozen new stills from the creepy looking new flick Marianne for you. Time to dig in!
There are few people on the planet who can do creepy strange guy better than Peter Stormare, and as a result we're always elated when he brings his special brand of madness to our genre.
There was a time one poster or box art alone could get me to watch a movie. Now couple some of the most kick-ass artwork we've seen thus far this year along with a good trailer, and you've really gotten our interest. Speaking of which ...
The plot synopsis for The Fallen might make it sound like a potential Syfy original movie; however, it's not. In addition, the actors assembled for this action-horror creature feature is quite an eclectic cast by b-movie standards.
Panned by critics and moviegoers alike upon its direct-to-video release back in 2000, Bruiser never really found its audience and, ten years later, seems to have been entirely forgotten. And while I realize that I’m in the minority here, I’ve always considered this one to be a bit of an overlooked little gem. George A.
Peter Stormare is one of the best character actors out there today, and I'll watch anything he's in (hell, he even made Armageddon slightly tolerable). So it's with excitement that we alert you to his newest film, Corridor.
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