Rodar y Rodar
Some new artwork has come our way for the Rodar y Rodar produced adaptation of Alan Robert's comic Crawl to Me, and it fills us with the urge to protect the ones that we love. Well, not really. They can be real pains in the ass sometimes.
Well, not really. They're not crawling to me... that would just be awkward. What Rodar y Rodar is doing though is adapting another bone-chilling graphic novel for the screen. Read on for details.
Were you a fan of The Orphanage? If so, you'll be interested to hear that film's producer, Rodar y Rodar, is teaming with Atresmedia, the film arm of top Spanish broadcaster Atresmedia group, to produce $20 million sci-fi thriller Mirage, Rodar’s English-language debut.
Even though we haven't heard a damn thing about it in quite some time, Screen Daily is reporting that Spain’s Rodar y Rodar Films has just announced its slate of upcoming films, which includes the remake of The Orphanage.
¿Habla Español? Good! Than you won't mind checking out the latest and final trailer for Paranormal Xperience 3D as much as we gringos who don't. That's okay, though; screaming in any language is still screaming, and we get the message loud and clear!
Wes Craven's Scream franchise not only influenced generations of slasher film enthusiasts but apparently poster art enthusiasts as well. Read on for the new international one-sheet for Sergi Vizcaino's psychological horror-thriller PX3D, short for Paranormal Xperience 3D, Spain's first 3D horror film.
Looking for some haunting new imagery to get you through your day? Well you're in luck as we have four bits of spooky goodness right here for you in promotion of Sergi Vizcaino's psychological horror-thriller PX3D, short for Paranormal Xperience 3D, Spain's first 3D horror film.
Rodar y Rodar, producers of The Orphanage are bringing us another dose of supernatural horror in Paranormal Xperience in 3D. Come on in and check this one out.
The very first bits of imagery from Paranormal Xperience 3D have made their way online today, and we have a look at the next spooker coming from the people who brought us the foreign language fright-fests The Orphanage and Julia's Eyes right here, right now.
I admit it. In my younger years I spent some time in a morgue with a friend who worked there. Some of the things I've seen will never go away. In such a place it's really easy for the line between science and spooky to be blurred.
A spooky new 3D experience is coming our way from the people who brought us the foreign language fright-feasts The Orphanage and Julia's Eyes. Speaking of eyes, get ready to feast yours on the early sales art for Paranormal Xperience 3D!
Yet another terror tale is on the way from Rodar y Rodar, who seem to be on fire lately with several bitchin' genre projects cookin', and this next one will mark the English language debut from one of their directors.
Okay, before you get all excited, a little clarification ... we're not talking about Venom from Spider-Man, we're not talking about the band Venom, we're not talking about the car, the limited edition Nike basketball shoes, or even the crappy 2005 flick of the same name. No, this is an entirely different beast.
After looking at the recent box office totals for the last couple of 3D films (other than that Justin Bieber spectacle), the cast may be the only ones having said experience considering the fans haven't been showing up.
Spain is now jumping on the 3D bandwagon as Barcelona's Rodar y Rodar, producer of The Orphanage and Julia's Eyes, teams with Sony for psychological horror-thriller Paranormal Xperience 3D, the country's first 3D genre film.