The 143rd clip from Priest has hit the interwebs and we have it for you right here along with the other seven thousand bits of available info about the film. Will there be anything left for theatres?
I have nothing against Scott Stewart's Priest, and I'm the one guy working for Dread Central who didn't hate Legion - but I simply cannot stand to see one more clip or image from this film. It seems like it's been attached to every movie I've seen for the last year and a half. For that reason alone I'm thrilled it's coming out soon. Oh yeah, we have another clip today.
Been wanting to check out Priest? In 3D? In NYC? Sitting on Paul Bettany's lap? We can't promise you'll be sitting on Paul Bettany's lap, but with him and director Scott Stewart in attendance at the screening, it couldn't hurt to ask.
You may not like CGI creatures, but they're not going anywhere so just deal with it. A new trailer for Priest 3D has popped up online that's rife with the buggers. On the bright side? At least these vampires are not sparkling emo broken-heart shitting douchebags.
Isn't technology grand? We remember back when phones were ... well, phones. Now they're highly advanced pieces of tech that can bring you multimedia entertainment while on the go. We also hear that if you wrap them in tinfoil, they can be used to talk to aliens without having to worry about roaming charges. Neat, no?
You know what pisses us off? "The Jetsons". Yeah, that's right, the cartoon. They just lied to us, man. According to them by now we'd have cars that flew, automatic dog walkers, devices that would shower and then dress us. In reality what do we actually have? Nothing that cool, that's for sure. Well, at least the new Priest one-sheet is sporting some impressive tech.
It may not be as well known as San Diego Comic-Con, its Southern California counterpart, but the San Francisco WonderCon is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year as one of the country's best comics and popular arts events. On the fence about attending? Here's a rundown of what genre fans can look forward to at the show.
We're just under a couple of months away from the release of Sony Pictures' Priest 3D and to keep the promo wheel spinning, a new web exclusive preview has jumped online!
The release date for Priest 3D is drawing nearer and you know what that means ... the promotional wheel kicks up into high gear. First up - a new international one-sheet and over a half dozen images! Dig it!
So much for us enjoying our Friday night like the rest of the world. News is coming in heavy, and good thing for you we're here to deliver the goods so that you don't miss a trick. Next up ... Screen Gems has released some new artwork for Priest 3D!
Super Bowl Commercial Horror Explosion - Drive Angry, Battle: Los Angeles, Limitless, Priest, Cowboys and Aliens, Super 8
While we certainly for the most part don't give the slightest shit about sports around these parts, we always tune in for the big games. Why? The commercials, man! They rock!
While we're not sure just who exactly has been praying for it, a new trailer for Screen Gems' horror actioner Priest is here, and we have every unholy pixel of it for your perusal.
Six new character one-sheets for Scott Stewart's long awaited Priest 3D have come our way and we have every pixel of them waiting for your perusal.
The official trailer for Scott Stewart's long awaited Priest will likely be attached to prints of Resident Evil: Afterlife this weekend, and we have the goods for you right here. Dig it!
One project I was pretty stoked to hear about when it was announced in 2009 is the film adaptation of the graphic novel series Priest. Being a huge fan of the story, I had hoped that somehow the stars would align to bring audiences a faithful telling of Ivan Isaacs (Paul Bettany), a warrior Priest from the last Vampire War who now lives in obscurity among the other downtrodden human inhabitants in walled-in dystopian cities ruled by the Church that must fight back when his niece (Lily Collins) is abducted by a murderous pack of vampires.