Stevan Mena's sequel to Malevolence, titled Bereavement, is officially on its way to theatres on March 4th, 2011, so you know what that means ... it's time to tango with the MPAA. The ratings board has handed down its rating for the flick, which is R for "sadistic bloody violence, torture, brief language and nudity". All the good stuff!
The role of mentor is a time-honored one. An older, more experienced craftsman taking a younger, impressionable apprentice under his tutelage and guiding him along his path toward mastery of any given skill is a tradition that goes back to ancient times.
Pencil in a new release date for Stevan Mena's Malevolence sequel, Bereavement. The flick's release has been pushed to March 4th, 2011.
With the premiere of Stevan Mena's Malevolence sequel, Bereavement, happening in select cities February 18th, the promotional goodies are starting to come in. So of course we dug our claws into an exclusive image to get your juices flowing!
Hot on the heels of its derailment of Dark Sky's unrated release of Adam Green's Hatchet II in AMC theatres this past October, the MPAA has struck another blow against our genre with its banning of the poster for Stevan Mena's Bereavement.
We've all been waiting patiently for Stevan Mena's follow up to his 2004 slasher flick Malevolence to arrive, and now finally via this latest trailer for Bereavement a release date has indeed surfaced!
We've been keeping our eyes and ears open for news about when we might be able to see Stevan Mena's Bereavement, the prequel to his 2004 flick Malevolence, and today we learned that it will be having its world premiere on Friday, July 16th, at the Long Island International Film Expo.
If you missed the 2004 flick Malevolence, do yourself a favor. Go find it. Now. Bottom line, it was a really intense little slasher movie that put Stevan Mena's name on the lips of horror fans everywhere. Fast forward several years and the prequel to that film is almost here, and we've got the first art and a stills gallery filled with dozens of images!
If you missed out on Malevolence, director Stevan Mena's great slasher flick from 2004, you had better go and catch up in a hurry. Mena's prequel Bereavement is apparently well on its way, and if it's anything like the first flick, you're not going to want to miss it!
Between Malevolence and its upcoming sequel, Stevan Mena wrote, produced and directed another flick that has been getting pretty good press and even a DVD release thanks to Anchor Bay. But ... will we get to see the horror mockumentary known as Brutal Massacre on the big screen?
What happens when you take several genre vets, hand them over to a talented director, and then make a movie? Simple -- you get a Brutal Massacre! Director Stevan Mena, whom many of you will know from his first badass film Malevolence, returns to the genre with a bit of a diff