Anchor Bay has announced the details of its upcoming DVD release of The Alphabet Killer, which is slated to hit shelves January 6th of 2009. This marks a mere one month wait after the film’s limited theatrical release, which is scheduled to begin in early December.
Anchor Bay announced today that their new psychological thriller The Alphabet Killer will be shown in a limited run starting Friday, December 12th. Additional screenings of the film are also planned in Rochester, Buffalo, Los Angeles, and New York. An exclusive and invitation only premiere will also take place at the NYC Cinema Village on Thursday, December 11th.
Those sickos over at Arrow in the Head got their hands on the trailer for Rob Schmidt’s The Alphabet Killer, coming our way soon from Anchor Bay, and all you have to do is scroll down a bit to feast thine eyes upon it!
Movie posters have become a lost art form. Remember back in the Eighties when even the smallest productions like Mortuary or The Boogens had great poster art? Decades later all we usually get are the floating heads of teens looking pensive, but every now and again we get a good one. Better yet, we have an exclusive look at a really good one for you!
Rob Schmidt’s The Alphabet Killer has been sitting in limbo for so long, I had almost forgotten about it. Lucky for us Anchor Bay never did, though, as Fangoria learned today that the label has named Schmidt’s Wrong Turn follow-up for distribution.
A few weeks back production on Rob (Wrong Turn) Schmidt’s latest film, Bad Meat, was halted due to lack of funds. At the time the filmmakers were assured that the money would be in place shortly and told not to worry.
Capitol Films is going through some serious financial problems right now. A hedge fund has been shut off, leaving the company no other choice but to stop production on some of its independent projects.
Bloody Disgusting took a snapshot at AFM today of the teaser poster for Wrong Turn director Rob Schmidt's next horror project, Bad Meat. It isn't due out till 2009, but the poster has me sold. Sure it doesn't tell us anything about the film and I don't care; there's meat and a couple of the silhouettes look like hot chicks. Damn I am shallow...
How often have you heard about a film based on a real series of killing actually helping to solve the crime? This is a first time for me...
Butane just called in from this weekend's Fangoria Weekend of Horrors in Secaucus, NJ with some interesting news concerning the latest Stephen King adaptation that's heading to the big screen, Insomnia (order here), with Wrong Turn director Rob Schmidt at the helm.
Eliza Dushku and Cary Elwes have returned to the horror genre in a rather interesting true crime story, The Alphabet Killer (previous news here). The film is based on the murder/rape of three young girls Rochester, NJ during the 1970s.
Starring Martin Donovan, Corbin Bernsen, Julia Anderson, Anna Galvin Directed by Rob Schmidt Released by Starz Home Entertainment
We’ve been following Rob Schmidt’s return to the director’s chair after Wrong Turn, a cool sounding movie called The Alphabet Killer, since it was first announced. The film wrapped production on Janua