Some more indie goodness comes our way today as the good folks behind the flick Suck have just unveiled their newest bit of gore drenched grue: a slasher flick known simply as Beware. Written and directed by Jason Daly, Beware stars Lorena King, Victor Gonzalez, Cecilia Huete, and Adam Leadbeater. For more dig on the official Beware website and the plot crunch, art, and trailer below. Synopsis
Director Sion Sono (Strange Circus, Love Exposure, Suicide Club) is back with a new film which has been described as "a true-life serial killer story". Ready to sample your first video taste of Cold Fish? For more imagery hit up the official Sushi-Typhoon website.
Who knows what twists, turns, and mayhem await us in Scream 4! One thing's for sure; we'll be waiting with a keen eye and a vast interest. Actress Kristen Bell decided to tease us today regarding her role. In an interview with Parade.com Bell dropped the following on fans:
While we all wait patiently for another hint of word regarding the long proposed sequel to the much beloved Eighties slasher Madman, some fans have gotten together and shot their own trailer for the sequel. Note this is FAN-MADE and not official, but since we admire their passion, we figured we'd share it with you anyway!
Ah, Ghostface! It's so good to have you slashing about again! The names of two more potential victims have been added to the death list for the upcoming fourth entry into Wes Craven's franchise, and we've got the dirt for you!
Eli Roth is one of the genre's busiest men so it's really nice to know that he hasn't forgotten about one little project that's been cooking for a while now - a feature length version of the faux trailer he made for Grindhouse called Thanksgiving.
The glitz and glamour of Hollywood never really appealed to Warren F. Disbrow when he was getting started in filmmaking. For him, one movie demonstrated that movie magic can happen anywhere - George Romero’s classic study of consumerism amidst a zombie outbreak, Dawn of the Dead. Because of
Given that it has taken so long for a fourth Scream film to come to life, we've been hoping that Wes Craven and company will really hit it out of the park with this latest entry. Fans are praying for an epic film, and right now it looks as if that's just what they'll get. At least length-wise.
If there's one thing Wes Craven's Scream franchise is known for, it's eye-candy cameos, and for his upcoming entry in the stab-happy series Scream 4, it looks like we're in for at least two of them!
The glitz and glamour of Hollywood never really appealed to Warren F. Disbrow when he was getting started in filmmaking. For him, one movie demonstrated that movie magic can happen anywhere - George Romero’s classic study of consumerism amidst a zombie outbreak, Dawn of the Dead. Because of Romero’s success, it inspired Disbrow to stay in New Jersey and make films the way he always envisioned.
The set for Scream 4 is locked down as tight as can be, but not so tight that some locals we're able to secure themselves an eyeful of some of Ghostface's new bouts of mayhem.
Blurry or not, you can't deny that the amount of behind-the-scenes photos emerging from the set of Scream 4 (or should we say Scre4m?) has been beyond bountiful. And today we have even more, including our first good look at David Arquette as Sheriff Dewey Riley and Mary McDonnell as Kate Kessler (mom to Emma Roberts' Jill).
The words will live on as a part of horror history forever - "Do you like scary movies?" When Drew Barrymore first got the call in 1996's Scream, it was like the slasher sub-genre got a shot of adrenaline that hasn't worn off yet. With the latest sequel, Scream 4, now in production, it looks old Ghostface is back up to his old reach out and stalk someone type tricks.