Early artwork for David Goyer's The Unborn surfaced today along with some scant details on what to expect. Curious? DVD Active scored the first look, and it seems as if both the DVD and the Blu-ray will be home to two versions of the film -- theatrical and unrated. Not much else is known, but I'm sure we will find out the skinny soon enough!
Me? I dug The Strangers. It lost some steam during the second and third acts, but overall it totally did its thing. So much so that sequel talk is a hot subject right now, and there's one director out there who's a front-runner for the gig.
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring Garret Dillahunt, Michael Bowen, Sara Paxton, Joshua Cox Directed by Dennis Iliadis
More Last House on the Left goodies have sprung up online and we've got your directions to make sure you catch each of them.
With the release of the film on March 13th, all sorts of Last House on the Left nuggets of goodness have been popping up. The latest? A special Internet only spot!
Can't wait until its release date of March 13th and need your fix of Last House on the Left right now? We've got a little something to whet the old whistle. Five clips and a new TV spot.
As pessimistic as I am, even I have to admit the remake of the Wes Craven classic The Last House on the Left looks really solid. Microwave induced mayhem? Count me in! Here's your chance to see a little more than just the trailer!
Just the other day we showed you some brand-new images from the upcoming Last House on the Left remake, and now Rogue has released the first trailer for it to get you even more excited!
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring Odette Yustman, Gary Oldman, James Remar, Megan Good, Jane Alexander Directed by David Goyer
Universal just released stills from their 2009 slate of movies and while some of them we’ve seen a thousand times before, like The Wolfman and Cirque du Freak, we do have our first look at Wes Craven’s 25/8 and some new imagery from Last House on the Left and Drag Me to Hell.
After months of negotiations Variety reports that Relativity Media has officially snapped up Rogue Pictures from the hands of Universal Pictures, closing the deal for around $150 million.
Below you can see the international poster for The Horsemen, one of the first original products of Platinum Dunes. For whatever reason it’s getting no love from its U.S. distributor, Rogue Pictures, so we still have no idea when it’ll be out here, but the Italians are all over it!
This morning we showed you guys a viral video for The Unborn, but what we failed to mention was that you, too, can freak out your friends with a dire warning from a possessed girl!
Maybe it’s just me, but the more I see from David Goyer’s upcoming horror entry The Unborn, the more cheesy it seems. Example; did you know the unborn baby who is trying to break into our world is named Jumby? What the hell is that?
Talk about movies that didn’t cry out for a sequel; Variety reports this morning that Rogue Pictures has pulled the trigger on The Strangers 2, with original helmer Bryan Bertino back to pen the script. No word on if he’ll direct again or not.