Ti West's The Innkeepers will be playing on June 19th and 22nd at this year's LA Film Festival, and in honor of the occasion, a new still from the film has been released by Dark Sky Films. Synopsis
Ahoy, maties. Today we be having the trailer debut for the toothy David R. Ellis movie Shark Night 3D. Pull ye legs out of the water and try to avoid gettin' yeself scurvy, ya land-lubbing meat-bag. Okay, we have no clue why we burst out into pirate lingo, but watch the trailer anyway and stop making a fuss.
Over the weekend we brought you the first look at the teaser one-sheet for David R. Ellis' Shark Night 3D. It was slightly out of focus and washed out. Still, we make do with what we have, right? Now, however, we've got the goods you want with every razor-sharp detail in place!
While tooling around Los Angeles at a special screening this past Saturday evening, we came across the very first motion teaser poster for David R. Ellis' Shark Night 3D and snapped a quick picture for ya! Yes, it's low-resolution and no, you can't see any of the cool motion effects, so think of this as a teaser until the real thing surfaces.
The first "good" image from the David R. Ellis formerly untitled shark thriller, Shark Night 3D, has come in, and it offers exactly the kind of toothy action that we hoped it would. Dig in!
Okay, so this flick has NOTHING to do with Henry Rollins or his song "Liar", but there's never a wrong time to indulge in that little sliver of musical mayhem. Anyway, on to the story ... a new indie flick called Liars All.
There are few things worse than the loss of a child, though sitting through Sucker Punch totally felt like a close second. Either way, grief can be so powerful, any relief at all is welcome. Even if it's supernatural in origin.
Some quick news coming in for the greatest titled film we're likely to see in our lifetime, David R. Ellis' Untitled 3D Shark Thriller also known as Shark Night 3D.
Undoubtedly, writer/director Ti West is making quite a name for himself within the horror community in just a very short time. It’s hard to believe his directorial debut The Roost was about only 6 years ago, but here we are now celebrating the recent South by Southwest premiere of The Innkeepers, West’s fifth feature horror film to date.
Our coverage of SXSW 2011 continues with a review for acclaimed director Ti West's latest horror film, The Innkeepers for Glass Eye Pix and Dark Sky Films! Dig it! The movie stars Sara Paxton, Pat Healy, Kelly McGillis, and George Riddle. Look for more really soon! Synopsis
Another wicked piece of artwork has come our way for Ti West's latest film, The Innkeepers, in celebration of its premiere at South by Southwest 2011 Festival, and again - though minimalist - it's pretty friggin' awesome! The movie stars Sara Paxton, Pat Healy, Kelly McGillis, and George Riddle. Look for more really soon!
Screw you floating heads! Up yours, pensive teens! Take a powder, dude just standing there! With its debut at the South by Southwest 2011 Festival right around the corner, the first one-sheet for Ti West's latest film, The Innkeepers, is here; and it has been knocked out of the park!
While we all wait patiently to see if the proposed title of Untitled 3D Shark Thriller will stick for David R. Ellis' next flick, several videos have sneaked online, and of course we found 'em. We're good like that. The first video is basically just an introduction, but keep watching for the goods, which start flowing freely, including a walk through the shark tank. Dig it all below.
So what's in a name? If you're David R. Ellis, just the facts! Ellis has long been known as a director who isn't afraid to embrace the camp value of his various projects, and if he has his way, the film formerly known as Shark Night 3D will have a pretty polarizing moniker.