Sometimes you watch a trailer, and within its short runtime it manages to convey everything you need to make you want to see the film. Such is the case with Borderline Films' The Red. Get ready for the most unsettling thirty seconds you'll have all day!
Well now. Here's a bit of a shocker. A few days ago news broke that Sean Durkin, the writer-director of last year’s Martha Marcy May Marlene, was adapting The Exorcist into a ten-episode television series, backed by Morgan Creek and produced by Roy Lee. Or so it seemed.
Sometimes you see an idea so crazy that in the back of your mind there's a tiny voice which insists, "Ya know, this might actually work given the proper people and resources." This could be one of those times as the long talked about Exorcist miniseries is gathering steam.
One movie we've been a bit hit or miss in our coverage of is Sean Durkin's Martha Marcy May Marlene, mainly because we're just not sure how genre-related it really is. But come February 21st we'll all be able to judge for ourselves as the film hits DVD and Blu-ray courtesy of 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment.
While not getting the full Dread coverage treatment, we're happy to give a quick mention to one of the latest suspense thrillers, Martha Marcy May Marlene, if only because the title makes us smile. Should we keep covering it? Let us know below!
The 2011 New York Film Festival has announced its full lineup of films, and as expected, a few more genre/horror films have appeared to join Pedro Almodovar's The Skin I Live In, most of which have been popping up on all the major film fest rosters also.
We have been on the fence about covering this flick since we first heard about it at Sundance, but now that we've seen the trailer, we feel it's at least worth a quick mention. Let us know what you think below.