A toothy new one-sheet for the alien invasion flick that's the talk of the town lately, Attack the Block, has landed and is ready to gnaw its way into your collective hearts. Doesn't that just sound so sweet? Attack the Block opens in the UK on May 11th. Still no word from Sony/Screen Gems on a Stateside release but we'll keep listening for one. When we know, you'll know.
Better late than never, right? After well over a year of waiting Sony Pictures is finally delivering [REC] 2 on DVD here in the States. If you haven't seen this one yet, wow, are you in for a gore filled demonic treat! From the Press Release
Like it, love it, hate it, whatever. There's one thing for sure James Wan's Insidious is a money maker that's been cleaning up everywhere. In fact ... the little horror flick that could is on its way to earning one hell of a distinction.
We're a little late with this installment of Motion Picture Purgatory, but as the saying goes, all good things come to those who wait. On tap for this go-round of Trembles' special take on horror films is James Wan's Insidious starring Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Lin Shaye, Ty Simpkins and Barbara Hershey. Synopsis
A spooky new 3D experience is coming our way from the people who brought us the foreign language fright-feasts The Orphanage and Julia's Eyes. Speaking of eyes, get ready to feast yours on the early sales art for Paranormal Xperience 3D!
There is so much buzz and goodwill swirling around these pesky Interwebs regarding Joe Cornishe's Attack the Block that, to be perfectly honest, I'm getting sick of it. Sort of. With the recent news of Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions acquiring the film to be distributed through its genre label, Screen Gems, we bring you another trailer for your viewing pleasure.
After reading all the positive reviews of Joe Cornish's Attack the Block, we knew it was just a matter of time before its US distribution rights were snapped up, and today we know who has acquired them. Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions bought the film, and its genre label, Screen Gems, will act as distributor.
With James Wan's Insidious (review and loads of coverage here) now haunting theatres, some really cool bits of eye candy have made their way from across the pond.
Insidious, the frightening new flick from the creators of the Saw and Paranormal Activity series, finally rolls into theaters tomorrow, April 1st, and we want to entice you to make your weekend viewing decision with this neat package of our choice cuts of coverage.
Hey, remember MySpace or My____ (for you psychos out there who liked the rebranding)? That social network thing they didn't make a movie about that no one uses anymore? Yeah, it's pretty much a ghost town so how fitting is it that a new spirit-laden horror flick is debuting a clip there!
If there's one film hitting theatres this Friday that horror fans are going to want to check out, it is without question James Wan's Insidious. Rarely have we heard anything negative said about it (though we're sure someone will find a way), and as you'll see from this new TV spot, some people are absolutely raving!
Our fly-on-the-wall view from the making of Insidious (review here) ends today as we bring you the third entry in our series of behind-the-scenes clips. In case you missed them, dig on Part 1 here and Part 2 here.
If you ever wanted to be a fly on the wall on a movie set, this is your chance. The second day of our behind-the-scenes coverage of Insidious (review here) is ready, and we are happy to dole out more movie magic-themed frights to all you film buffs out there.
FilmDistrict announced today that Insidious sneak previews will be held tomorrow evening, March 29, in 25 cities across the country. Read on for the list of cities with links for more information. Synopsis
Getting excited about the upcoming April 1st theatrical release of Insidious from the director-writer team of James Wan and Leigh Whannell? Even better, how does winning a very cool Insidious prize pack courtesy of FilmDistrict sound?