Stoker hit Blu-ray and DVD today via 20th Century Fox, and we have a look at a special motion poster to mark the occasion! Check it out, and if you dig it, run out and get yourself a copy. And again... don't forget a pair of patent leather shoes while you're out shopping.
Stoker is hitting Blu-ray and DVD today via 20th Century Fox, and we have a look at one of the deleted scenes for you. Check it out, and if you dig it, run out and get yourself a copy. And don't forget a pair of patent leather shoes while you're out shopping.
Looking forward to next week's release of Stoker? Well then, pay attention damn it! We've got your chance, yes, YOUR chance to win a copy on us. That means free. No cash needed. Andrew Kasch may even deliver it to you himself in a shoebox.
Stoker has been the subject of much heated discussion around these parts with some DC staffers proclaiming that it's the most amazing thing since sliced bread while others, namely me, think it is a well made but pretentious little movie that was ultimately kind of dull. Now you can decide for yourself!
Hear Uncle Creepy rant about The Last Exorcism Part 2. Hear Buz explode with rage over “The Walking Dead” season finale. Hear Matt Fini and Andrew Kasch vigorously debate Uncle Creepy over the merits of Stoker. Hear Foy describe the lunacy of Tyler Perry’s Temptation.
A new featurette has made its way online in promotion of Fox Searchlight’s Stoker, and given that the little flick has performed pretty well at the box office in limited release, hopefully the studio will be opening it a bit wider.
There was good news and bad news for The Last Exorcism Part II at this weekend’s box office. The bad news is that it bombed. The good news is that it was such a cheap movie to make, it won’t be nearly the money loser Jack the Giant Slayer is poised to be.
You don’t know it yet, but you have a crush on Mia Wasikowska. In Park Chan-wook’s latest, Stoker (review), Wasikowska plays a petulant teenager who transforms into a full-fledged woman by the time the credits roll - and she’s hypnotic.
Matthew Goode (Watchmen, Match Point) strolled into the press day for Park Chan-wook’s latest, Stoker (review), wearing a belt so we were all immediately nervous. After all, Goode’s character, Uncle Charlie, prefers, at times, to use his belt for something other than just holding up his britches.
With Stoker (review) arriving in theaters tomorrow, we had an opportunity today to have an intimate chat with visionary director Park Chan-wook here in New York City about his new take on American Gothic and why this sometimes quirky, always mesmerizing new addition to his filmography came at just the right time in his career.
Fans of Park Chan-wook (Oldboy, Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance, Thirst) living in Nashville, Tennessee were probably shocked to see the famed Korean director strolling down the streets of their town in late 2011, but rest assured he wasn’t just checking out the sights... he was actually making a movie.
Stoker Press Conference Highlights with Park Chan-wook, Nicole Kidman, Matthew Goode and Mia Wasikowska
Arriving in theaters this weekend is iconic Korean filmmaker Park Chan-wook's English-language directorial debut, Stoker, an often macabre and darkly comedic thriller that stars Nicole Kidman, Matthew Goode and Mia Wasikowska.
Vulture has landed the new clip from Fox Searchlight’s Stoker, and it features Nicole Kidman getting down and dirty, much to the delight of our readers and of course our own Matt Fini, who has been sitting in the corner with his back to us since watching it.
Time for clip number two from Fox Searchlight’s Stoker, and this one comes complete with a sheriff who's ready to ask far too many questions for his own good. Damned nosy policemen! Always screwing up our chances of enjoying the macabre.