I don't know how much more I can possibly stress this ... YOU NEED TO SEE THIS MOVIE! And now, via Paramount Insurge, you can get your chance! Read on for all the details you on how to do so!
Believe the hype, folks. Sean Byrne's critically acclaimed feature film The Loved Ones (review here) is every bit as good as you have heard. Even better? Word from the director has surfaced about not only what's next, but what's up with a domestic release here in the States.
On September 30th Sean Byrne's critically acclaimed feature film The Loved Ones (review here) hits cinemas in Australia. So what are we doing here in the States to celebrate? Watching the first TV spot and wondering why we can't have it here, that's what!
Our friends across the pond once again shoot and score! Yep, another film we're dying for here in the States is hitting Blu-ray and DVD in the UK, and all that we can do is drool. Well, that and import!
Ever since it won the Midnight Madness award at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival, we've all been dying to see The Loved Ones (review here). We debuted the trailer a few months back, and now we've got a couple of clips for you horror faithful out there!
After nabbing the Midnight Madness award at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival, things got kind of quiet in terms of the highly praised little film The Loved Ones (review here). We're talking lots of silence. Thankfully it looks as if the flick is ready to start making some noise again as a new trailer has hit!
The 2009 Toronto International Film Festival, which ran September 10th-19th this year, has announced the recipient of The Cadillac People's Choice Award - Midnight Madness, and, considering the number of positive reviews the film has received (including our own), it should come as no surprise that the winner was The Loved Ones (review here).
As with My Son, My Son in the story below, thanks to the official site for the Toronto Film Festival (which runs from September 10-19), we're getting more details on the movies that are being screened, including one that's generated quite a bit of buzz in its homeland of Australia, Sean Byrne's The Loved Ones.