Spain is now jumping on the 3D bandwagon as Barcelona's Rodar y Rodar, producer of The Orphanage and Julia's Eyes, teams with Sony for psychological horror-thriller Paranormal Xperience 3D, the country's first 3D genre film.
There are few upcoming movies we're looking forward to more than Jonathan Liebesman's Battle: Los Angeles. From the looks of things it may just be the most bitchin' invasion movie of the year! This new extended TV spot just gets us salivating even more! Bring 'em on!
The dark cloud of financial woe hasn't lifted over the lion just yet, but there's still some hope, true believers! Who can save MGM from going the way of the dinosaur?
Ready for the first bit of eye candy from the horror comedy Grabbers? Don't get too excited, there's no creature action just yet, but what we have is still worthy of a quick peek! Helmed by Jon Wright and penned by Kevin Lehane, the creature feature stars Richard Coyle (Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time), Ruth Bradley (Flyboys) and Russell Tovey ("Being Human" UK).
Jonathan Liebesman's highly anticipated alien invasion flick, Battle: Los Angeles, is nearly upon us, and the promo materials are starting to drop hot and heavy. Dig on these new stills that show things in L.A. are far from sunny. Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez, Michael Pena, and Bridget Moynahan all star. Look for it in theatres on March 11th, 2011. Synopsis
Regardless of what language you speak, there's no denying that Jonathan Liebesman's Battle: Los Angeles looks like the alien invasion flick we've been waiting for! A new one-sheet with some international flavor exploded online today so of course we have it for you right here!
Beware, dearest reader! If you don't want to see what the aliens look like in Jonathan Liebesman's Battle: Los Angeles, THEN YOU DON'T WANT TO READ THIS STORY! Curiosity seekers are welcome! A DC reader named Ekum sent us over some scans from the latest issue of Famous Monsters magazine (#254) which featured a look at the flick's aliens. You can dig on them below.
The MPAA has handed down a rating for James Wan's highly anticipated spooker Insidious, and we've got the scoop on whether or not you'll have to sneak into the theatre and pretend to be someone else's kids!
Having a bad day? Bored? Or maybe you just want to kill some aliens? Then this, dear reader, is your lucky day! Get ready to lock and load with this new online game in anticipation of the release of Jonathan Liebesman's Battle: Los Angeles! Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez, Michael Pena, and Bridget Moynahan all star. Look for it in theatres on March 11th, 2011.
A new one-sheet for the highly anticipated and totally badass looking Battle: Los Angeles from director Jonathan Liebesman is here, and it actually solves the world's oldest California mystery -- why everyone on the 405 is at a dead stop. Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez, Michael Pena, and Bridget Moynahan all star. Look for it in theatres on March 11th, 2011.
Simply put, April 1st cannot get here soon enough. Why? Because after dealing with the lame April Fool's jokes all day, audiences across the country will be able to end the prank time by having the shit scared out of them. Get ready to dig on the teaser trailer debut for James Wan's latest terror tale, Insidious.
Release plans for James Wan's Insidious were elaborated upon today, and Sony has confirmed that when the film debuts in April, it will open on 1,500-2,000 theaters across the country. Not too shabby!
There's one alien invasion flick coming this year that's at the top of our "Holy Shit" list, and that's Jonathan Liebesman's Battle: Los Angeles. Every single thing we've seen about it has been pretty friggin' incredible, and this latest trailer follows suit!
You know the Internet has done wonders for our world. It's given us all access to a wealth of info, right at our fingertips, it's given us a job, and it's helped connect people like never before. However, nothing in life can be all good.
If there's one movie we're all dying to see around these parts, it's James Wan's Insidious, which has been met with rave reviews since it played at the Toronto Film Festival. Finally we have confirmation of when we'll see it in theatres here in the States.