"Whoa! Chill, bro... You know you can't raise your voice like that when the lion's here." Oh, Dante. You have no idea how right you are. Though beautiful, these things are super deadly, and when one is crazed and on the loose? Look out!
It was way back in May when IFC Midnight acquired writer/director Antoine Blossier's debut feature Proie (Prey), and finally, come December we'll be able to watch it either On Demand (starting on the 1st) or in selected theatres (as of the 3rd).
After a couple of light on horror weeks, we are finally treated to a bumper crop of new releases. Headlining the week is Frozen, which is just what we in Southern California need to stave off our current heat wave. A couple of oldies but goodies are out, too, as Madman celebrates its Happy 30th Birthday and the original King Kong comes to Blu-ray.
Vivendi Entertainment announced today that they will be releasing a load of horror flicks to Blu-ray this fall just in time for the Halloween season. Whether or not you're gonna want to rewatch or buy them, well ... that's another story entirely!
You know we're really starting to wonder, man ... are weekend getaways worth your time or, more importantly, your life? Things just seem to go horribly awry for people on these damned things. In retrospect I guess that they are indeed a necessary evil. If only so we horror fans can giggle at the carnage.
IFC's new horror label, IFC Midnight, has scored another flick to fill out its ever growing library of genre titles -- Antoine Blossier's debut feature Proie (Prey).
A fine haul of home video horror release news coming in today featuring re-tellings, re-releases, and of course re-namings! Break out the credit card, folks! Things could be getting really expensive.
The title is one we've heard a few times before for various other projects, but even so director Antoine Blossier's debut feature Proie (Prey) sounds promising. It's currently in post-production with an anticipated release date in its home country of France later this year.
Lots of monsters in this week's DVD round-up, but for my money, the pick of the litter has to be Golden Age Ghost Tales with the likes of Boris Karloff, David Niven, and Ronald Reagan starring in seven spine-tingling half-hour ghost stories selected from several top anthology TV series from 1951-1962.
Over the weekend we were dropped the good news from Broken and The Devil’s Chair (review) director Adam Mason that one of his first short films called “Prey”, made years before Broken (review) and since believed to be lost, has been found and is available exclusively for Dread Central readers!
I reported on Prey back in October when it was just one of many movies being offered up at the then upcoming American Film Market. Now Fangoria has the first look at the film's DVD art and confirmed a January 30th release via The Weinstein Company's Genius Entertainment.
Last we saw of Peter Weller he was getting killed by Kiefer Sutherland on the season finale of "24". Now the former Robocop-Buckaroo Banzai has bigger problems than Jack Bauer: a pack of hungry lions that want to eat his family.