Believe it or not, it's been around three years since last we told you anything about the sequel to Bruce McDonald's stellar flick Pontypool (review), but lo and behold the sales art for the next film, Pontypool Changes, was spotted at this year's Fantasia International Film Festival!
Lots of goodies are hitting DVD and Blu-ray this week including the better than it should have been Saw VI, the second installment of Matt Pizzolo's Godkiller: Walk Among Us, Frank Henenlotter's return to form Bad Biology, and our pick of the week, Canada's claustrophobic Pontypool.
It seems like we've been waiting forever for Bruce McDonald's excellent Pontypool (review here) to officially hit the American and international markets on home video (it's been available in Canada since July), and finally there's a bit of light at the end of the tunnel.
IFC Films has quickly become one of horror's best friends by picking up lots of really good properties that otherwise would have struggled and giving them theatrical and on-demand releases, making them easily accessible to us blood-hungry fans.
Following Drag Me to Hell's modest box office take, the folks at The Examiner have posted up an interesting editorial - "7 Reasons Why the Horror Genre is Dying".
Screw your job or whatever else you have going on! Four seriously creepy new clips from Bruce McDonald's very different zombie movie, Pontypool, hit online today so take a few minutes and enjoy them.
The oddest zombie movie you'll ever see, Pontypool, has nabbed itself a snazzy new one-sheet to go along with its theatrical release. Just keep your mouths shut about it. Ya never know what harm your words can do!
Good news for you Pontypool (review here) fans out there! A sequel is on the way called Pontypool Changes, and it may be closer than you think!
And the news just keeps rolling in! So what if it's well after 3:00 am here in California! You East Coasters need your morning updates, damnit! Next up on the old reporting block: the DVD art and date for IFC Films' DVD release of Pontypool (review here).
If you haven't seen or heard about the claustrophobic zombie thriller Pontypool (review), then you really need to start paying attention. The film kicks a lot of ass, and finally news on the second movie in this proposed trilogy has come to light.
They say you can't go home again, but that's not the case for Grace writer/director Paul Solet. On April 25th, 2009, his overwhelmingly positively received film will play as part of the 7th Annual Independent Film Festival Boston, which runs April 22nd-28th.
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Stephen McHattie, Lisa Houle, Hrant Alianak, Georgina Reilly Directed by Bruce McDonald
The fiends and fiendettes behind the Independent Film Festival of Boston just released the lineup for this year’s event, which goes down April 22nd–28th. I wish there was better news for horror fans, but the number of genre films is pretty small this year. But hey, it’s not called the Boston Horror Film Festival so we can’t complain too much, can we?
We should have an "official" review for Pontypool up shortly. But in the meantime, Rick Trembles has seen it already and provides his own spin on the story for our readers as only he can!