A new one-sheet for the big screen adaptation of Solomon Kane has raised its sword and declared war online. Well, not really, but the idea sounded kind of cool, no?
The Toronto International Film Festival '09 is in full swing, and you'll be happy to know that Dread Central has partnered with the fine folks over at The Substream to bring you daily video coverage of the event that will feature news, interviews, and maybe even a couple of reviews here and there.
Solomon Kane will debut tonight as part of the Toronto International Film Festival's Midnight Madness series, and to help prime audiences for what they're gonna see, a new promotional featurette has just popped up online.
In anticipation of Solomon Kane's debut as part of the Toronto International Film Festival's Midnight Madness series this Wednesday, another new promotional still has appeared in our mailbox, so we're opting to post it here instead of just forwarding it to you all!
A new trailer has just hit online along with an interview with director Michael Bassett for his live action adaptation of Solomon Kane, and we've got them both for you along with 60% more awesomeness than anyone else.
This week I want to talk about an artist who blows my mind on a monthly basis — Jo Chen, the cover artist on the bestselling, award-winning Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight.
I’m sure like any decent horror fan who follows various projects in the works, one or two of you out there have said to yourselves during the past few months, “What the hell is going on with Solomon Kane, anyway?”
Though I seriously doubt we’ll be seeing this poster in theaters anytime soon, today we got our hands on some concept art for Solomon Kane, which we last updated you on this morning. If the art is any indication they’re taking some liberties with Robert E. Howard’s story and giving it more of an action spin, but man the Van Helsing similarities are almost painful, aren't they? Keep it on Dread Central for more Solomon Kane news as we get it!
An impressive lineup of genre actors have joined up with James Purefoy for Michael (Deathwatch) Bassett’s upcoming adaptation of Robert E. Howard’s Solomon Kane, the first in a planned trilogy, which we first told you about back here. Purefoy plays the eponymous hero.
Michael Bassett has suddenly gone from direct-to-video director to helming a potentially epic series based on character created by Conan writer Robert E. Howard. Not a bad move if you can make it!