The Tall Man, the English language feature film debut from Martyrs director Pascal Laugier, has been filming in British Columbia for the past several weeks, and now, thanks to AFM, we have a big batch of images to share with our readers. Synopsis:
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Felicia Day, Stephen McHattie, Kavan Smith, David Reale, Greg Bryk Directed by Sheldon Wilson
The English language feature film debut from Martyrs director Pascal Laugier, The Tall Man, has begun principal photography in Nelson, British Columbia. The film stars Jessica Biel in a leading role, and more details follow.
More star power has signed on for Martyrs director Pascal Laugier's upcoming tale of murder and mystery (that has NOTHING to do with the Phantasm franchise), The Tall Man.
Considering there is a Hollywood action blockbuster titled Red starring Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, and John Malkovich opening in theaters in October, I would not be at all surprised if Syfy's upcoming werewolf flick Red, starring red hot Felicia Day, undergoes a title change between the time this trailer has been posted and whenever "coming soon" turns out to be.
The second image of Felicia Day as Red, indulging in a much more contemporary horror take on the old Little Red Riding Hood fairy tale, has hit online, and we have it for ya hot lead included!
The first image of Felicia Day as Red, indulging in a much more contemporary horror take on the old Little Red Riding Hood fairy tale, has hit online, and we have it for ya hot lead included!
Hot on the heels of Catherine Hardwicke's proposed take on the Little Red Riding Hood tale comes Syfy's Red with guns spewing silver bullets a blazing!
It seems like we've been waiting forever for Bruce McDonald's excellent Pontypool (review here) to officially hit the American and international markets on home video (it's been available in Canada since July), and finally there's a bit of light at the end of the tunnel.
Good news for you Pontypool (review here) fans out there! A sequel is on the way called Pontypool Changes, and it may be closer than you think!
And the news just keeps rolling in! So what if it's well after 3:00 am here in California! You East Coasters need your morning updates, damnit! Next up on the old reporting block: the DVD art and date for IFC Films' DVD release of Pontypool (review here).
If you haven't seen or heard about the claustrophobic zombie thriller Pontypool (review), then you really need to start paying attention. The film kicks a lot of ass, and finally news on the second movie in this proposed trilogy has come to light.
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Stephen McHattie, Lisa Houle, Hrant Alianak, Georgina Reilly Directed by Bruce McDonald
Bruce McDonald's Pontypool will finally be seeing some Stateside distribution thanks to the good folks at IFC Entertainment who have been steadily giving horror fans good reasons to get excited as of late.
Remember that flick Pontypool we told you about a while back? No? You should be ashamed! Well, maybe not, but still! In any event, the official poster is now online, so here's your chance to dig!