Exclusive Video Interview: Ron Perlman and Leo Howard Discuss Fathers, Sons and Badasses in the New Conan the Barbarian
For Marcus Nispel's latest project, Conan the Barbarian, the director decided to approach this reimagining a bit differently: Rather than remaking John Milius' iconic 1982 movie that introduced the world to a then-up-and-coming Arnold Schwarzenegger, Nispel opted to rely more on the 1932 Conan short story series by Robert E. Howard.
Reviewed by Nomad Starring Nicolas Cage, Ron Perlman, Christopher Lee, Claire Foy Directed by Dominic Sena
Today we had the opportunity to participate in some press functions for the upcoming Season of the Witch, which included interviews with actors Ron Perlman and Robert Sheehan along with producer Charles Roven.
To this very day every time I think of Armand Assante, the only thing that crosses my mind is his role in Judge Dredd, in which he played Sylvester Stallone's twin of sorts. What can I say? As bad as it was, it made an impression.
Starting right now you can run out and get your hands on a shiny new copy of a flick we're absolutely nuts over -- I Sell the Dead. That's right, dear readers, take your asses to the store post-haste (or order one below), and score yourself a copy of either the DVD or Blu-ray! Need more enticing? Check out our review and exclusive interviews below!
The stellar I Sell the Dead (review here) is finally hitting DVD and Blu-ray on March 30th, and in honor of the occasion Dread Central will be running a series of interviews with several members of the cast and crew. First up is writer/director Glenn McQuaid.
DVD and Blu-ray feature producer Charles de Lauzirika is ready to leave the realm of supplemental material behind and instead hop directly into the director's chair for the upcoming film Crave, which has already attracted a couple of solid names including Hellboy himself.
Sony Pictures is releasing Thomas Jane's Dark Country onto DVD on October 6th, and to help build the anticipation, they've released four new clips from the suspenseful horror thriller. Jane makes his directorial debut on the film and co-stars with Lauren German (Hostel: Part II) and Ron Perlman.
Ever look at the art on a DVD and think to yourself, "Come on! I know they can do better than this!"? Yep, generic art can be a real downer, especially when it contain floating heads, etc. Sadly, the DVD for Thomas Jane's directorial debut Dark Country, which hits home video on October 6th, 2009, has been hit with generic art, but that doesn't mean there isn't anything else out there.
Thomas Jane continues to be a cool and naturally likeable screen presences and yet, for some reason, he hovers on the fringes of mainstream acceptance. His directorial debut, Dark Country was shot in 3D for theaters but, sadly, the only place we'll be checking this out is within the solitude of our living rooms.
Several bloody stills from Thomas Jane's directorial debut Dark Country, which is hitting DVD on October 6, 2009, have popped up courtesy of Sony Pictures, and we've got 'em for ya to dig on!
Thomas Jane's directorial debut, Dark Country is getting set to hit DVD on October 6, 2009 and we've got all the goods you need to know about it including the trailer! Dig it!