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Magnet has finally gotten around to releasing the DVD specs for Nacho Vigalondo’s Timecrimes, the Spanish semi-horror hit that’s been winning awards at almost every festival it's shown up at over the last year. In case you’ve been ignoring any and all info about the film, it follows a normal, everyday man whose curiosity about a topless sunbather leads him to a masked stranger in a trench coat, time travel, and, ultimately, murder.
Though it’s hard to take a movie called Donkey Punch too seriously, all the reports I’ve heard about it, including our own review, confirm that it’s anything but goofy, despite the title. This clip goes a helluva long way to proving that!
Magnet Releasing will be getting the French thriller Eden Log in theaters sometime next year through the Six Shooter Film series, and to show off what we’re in for IGN got their hands on the first trailer for the film, which you can now check out below.
Here at Dread Central we make a habit out of giving away cool stuff. Next up on our list of things we give out because we love you -- a signed poster for Timecrimes (review here)! In celebration of the film's limited theatrical release on Friday, December 12th, Dread Central, in association with Magnet and Six Shooter Films, is giving away 1 (one) poster for Timecrimes signed by director Nacho Vigalondo.
There will never be a time that I don't take every opportunity to use the words "Donkey Punch" in a headline on our site! Thank god for movie titles, eh?
Wow, that is just a really bad poster. No offense to Magnolia, but the UK poster for Donkey Punch was a helluva lot more appealing than this one, which Fangoria got their hands on yesterday.
I can’t believe Variety referred to us as "geeks". We’re the ones who make the films successful, could they at least refer to us as "fans"? Sheesh.
Eden Log is one of those films that we’ll randomly hear more info about and every time I am reminded of what a cool looking flick it is. I mean seriously, this thing’s got some style to spare.
It’s never easy making your first movie, or so I’ve been told. But imagine if you decide to make your first movie in an unpredictable environment, in closed quarters, and full of se