Split Image Pictures
We've done dozens of stories concerning Jennifer Lynch's film Hisss. We've seen multiple stills. Stunning trailers. Ran interviews. You name it. The only thing missing has been the film itself. Lynch offered the following disheartening update recently as to what exactly is happening with the movie:
It's done film shows, festivals, you name it, but still there are no solid release plans for Jennifer Lynch's latest film, Hisss starring Mallika Sherawat, to be released here domestically. A bunch of new things slithered online to promote the film today (hopefully a good sign?), and we've bagged them all for you right here.
Fans of snake women (and really, who isn't one?) can now rejoice! Two new bits of artwork for Jennifer Lynch's Hisss have slithered online for our viewing pleasure. Cool posters too ... none of that floating head bullshit.
After weeks of put-ups and take-downs on various sites, the kind folks behind Jennifer Lynch's Hisss have made the trailer officially available for your viewing pleasure. If you haven't seen it yet, wow, are you in for a treat!
A couple of pieces of really cool artwork have surfaced for the upcoming sexy snake-woman epic Hisss, and as always we're here to shed some light on the darkness for ya!
Sadly, I missed the panel for Hisss at the recent LA Weekend of Horrors, but the online posting of its trailer today made my disappointment disappear instantly. With some awesome looking effects by FX wizard Robert Kurtzman, this could be the monster movie we've all been waiting for!
Some new images have hit the Net from Jennifer Lynch's upcoming Hisss along with an interview with the film's star, Mallika Sherawat, who was in Southern California recently to assist with Lynch's post-production work.
In a very strange turn of events, we’ve just learned that Jennifer Lynch’s upcoming adaptation of the classic Indian tale of the Nagin, or snake woman, has officially changed its title from the relatively obvious Nagin to, believe it or not, Hisss.
Snake women. I think if you asked horror fans across the globe what still scares them after all this time, the answer wouldn’t be ghosts, or vampires, or demonic possession; not, it’d be snake women. Split Image Pictures knows this, somehow, and have tapped Jennifer Lynch (Boxing Helena, Surveillance) to bring out fears to film.