It looks like Sony, distributor of the new alien invasion flick District 9, took a page out of HBO's "True Blood" marketing book and came up with a truly clever ad campaign for the film. Along with placing posters inside comic books stores, they're decorating bus benches and shelters as well as billboards.
Duncan Jones’ Moon has garnered quite the buzz, and we’re getting closer to its limited release in New York and Los Angeles on June 12th.
One upcoming movie that I think everyone around these parts is really going to love is the Sam Rockwell tour de force Moon, and luckily for the world, its rights have been sold to just about every place imaginable.
Finally after what seems like forever we're getting our hands on an official Region 1 DVD release of Jaume Balagueró's REC (review here) (yes, we know you Canadians have had it for a while now) this coming July 14th.
All this Ghostbusters 3 news is just gettin' me giddy, man! We knew all the original Busters we're coming back for more, but according to an interview with Entertainment Weekly Rick Moranis will be back in slime too!
It's been a while since we've experienced some good old fashioned fatal attraction (my one night fling with Jaspar the Wonder Donkey and its trainer down in Mexico doesn't count), and Sony Pictures is ready to unleash its new thriller Obsessed to fill that void.
The tale of Roommate is a strange one. During the filming of The Strangers, one of its producers, Sonny Mallhi, saw fit to write his own horror flick under an assumed named so that the script would be treated fairly in the marketplace. The script was for a thriller called Roommate, which ended up being picked up by Sony/Screen Gems.
Judgement day has come. The machines are in control, and the human race is on the brink of extinction. What better time than this to play video games?!?
Ah, Nicolas Cage. So wacky, so unpredictable, so old to play Ghost Rider hero Johnny Blaze. Yet, that hasn't stopped him from talking sequel!
The folks we have taking care of our kids have played a bit of a dual role in our favorite horror flicks. Some are born to be stalked, and others? Well, others do the stalking.
Can't decide whether or not you want to see Sony's remake of A Tale of Two Sisters? Maybe getting a chance to watch an extended clip of the film can help you along with a decision!
Reviewed by Nomad Starring Emily Browning, Arielle Kebbel, David Strathairn, Elizabeth Banks Directed by The Guard Brothers
Reviewed by Nomad Starring Rhona Mitra, Billy Nighy, Michael Sheen, Kevin Grevioux Directed by Patrick Tatopoulos
There are two things that sound like a match made in cinema heaven to me: Woody Harrelson and zombies. Now that may be an odd statement of sorts but as a fan of Natural Born Killers you know just how intense Harrelson can be. Yeah, I know, Zombieland is a horror-comedy, but a guy can wish no?