Steven R. Monroe
And finally rounded out all of the news surrounding the UK's biggest horror event the Film4 FrightFest, we've gotten ourselves at look at a new still from director Steven R. Monroe's remake of I Spit on Your Grave.
Exclusive: Director Steven R. Monroe Spills - I Spit On Your Grave to Receive Unrated Theatrical Release!
This writer caught up with director Steven R. Monroe last week, and while the bulk of that juicy interview is just around the corner, we’d be remiss in not immediately bringing you word on Anchor Bay’s release plans for the director’s 2010 CineTel/Anchor Bay Entertainment remake of the infamous 1978 exploitation classic I Spit On Your Grave – a remake which is at this moment slated for an unrated(!) theatrical release.
Some news coming out of this weekend's Creation Weekend of Horrors concerning Steven R. Munroe's remake of I Spit on Your Grave. Fans in attendance were treated to a couple of pretty damned gruesome clips as well as a unique look at some of the film's crazy-ass gore effects. What went down? We've got the skinny for you.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Sean Patrick Flanery, Victoria Pratt Directed by Steven R. Monroe
Never mind that fuzzy bootleg thing that hit the Net a few days ago. The official trailer for Steven R. Monroe's remake of the exploitation classic I Spit on Your Grave is here, and we have a look at it for you!
We've got to say that we have been really diggin' on what we've seen thus far for Steven R. Monroe's remake of the exploitation classic I Spit on Your Grave. Time for the official one-sheet for the flick to take center stage, and it is a beaut!
At this past weekend's Texas Frightmare Weekend, the good folks from Anchor Bay Entertainment were in attendance with a hefty horror haul in tow including the first ever teaser trailer for the Steven R. Monroe remake of the exploitation classic I Spit on Your Grave. Curious as to what you may have missed?
Get closer, dear reader. Closer still. We've gotten our hands on a postage stamp size image of some confirmed to be unofficial artwork Steven R. Monroe's remake of I Spit on Your Grave (a.k.a. Day of the Woman for you purists out there). We hope the powers that be go with this concept as even in this teeny tiny form it's a great homage to the original.
The Mongolian Death Worm is a creature of cryptozoology purported as being a bright red worm up to five feet long capable of spewing sulphuric acid and emitting a paralyzing electric discharge. One look at the sneak preview Syfy has posted for its new Mongolian Death Worm movie indicates the filmmakers just watched the bug ravine scene from Peter Jackson's King Kong remake and made a movie about those giant head-devouring worms instead.
You have got to give it to Anchor Bay, man. They started as a little company double and triple dipping in the DVD market and advanced to releasing films theatrically. What a ride! Fresh off of their success with the release of Adam Green's Frozen, the next horror title they're looking to get into as many theatres as possible will be Steven R. Monroe's remake of I Spit on Your Grave (a.k.a. Day of the Woman for you purists out there).
Concerning Dread Central’s 11/26 news item regarding CineTel’s Day of the Woman remake, this scribe caught up with actor Rodney (A Nightmare on Elm Street 3 & 4) Eastman early last week, who confirmed his casting in the film.
John Schneider, Katharine Isabelle, Chelan Simmons, and a hulking computer-generated ogre with bitch tits: it must be a Sci-Fi Channel original movie! And it was. Premiered this past March. Now you'll be able to own Ogre (review) on DVD this coming March.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring John Schneider, Katharine Isabelle, Ryan Kennedy, Chelan Simmons and Brendan Fletcher Directed by Steven R. Monroe
It wasn't until I happened upon info about the movie Ogre that it suddenly dawned on me that there really haven't been many movies made about ogres, at least ones that didn't involve a computer animated ogre voiced by Mike Myers. Something tells me the titular Ogre featured in the upcoming film from Steven R.
Reviewed by Jon Condit Starring Lance Henriksen, Michael Worth, Cerina Vincent, Craig Wasson, Rance Howard, Tim Thomerson, Karen Kim Directed by Steven R. Monroe