We are super stoked about this next project from Dark Sky Films. Why, you ask? Because the label has a true eye for talent, and if anyone is gonna be able to pull off a kick-ass ghost story, it's them! Read on for your first word regarding We Are Still Here.
Here it is, folks. No more waiting and no need to cruise around to other parts of the deep, dark Internet. We've got Night of the Pumpkin for you right here in its goopy, seed-filled entirety!
If the candy and the costumes and the fact that it's the only time of the year you can scatter bones in your front yard without having the neighbors alert the authorities aren't enough for you to look forward to Halloween, here's a new reason: Sideshow Pictures is promising to deliver a great short film each year, just in time for the holiday ... and the first one, Night of the Pumpkin, is ready to launch.
A new trailer for Texas-based filmmaker Stacy Davidson's latest slasher (or should we say pounder?) flick Sweatshop has arrived, and it brings along with it just what you need to pound away the Monday blahs. Look for the flick in stores on September 13th in a deliciously gooey unrated cut via Screen Media Films.
Loose party girls, a rave in a secluded location and a giant, hammer-wielding killer dressed in fur and a welder's mask. Who could ask for anything more? That's exactly what you'll get should you make your way over to the world's first global movie theater, Constellation, for the July 16th opening of the 1980's-esqe film Sweatshop.
Get out your raincoats, kids! Things are about to get really messy! Texas-based filmmaker Stacy Davidson's latest slasher (or should we say pounder?) flick Sweatshop is getting ready to hit DVD and we think you're gonna dig the hell out of it! Look for the flick in stores on September 13th in a deliciously gooey unrated cut via Screen Media Films.
One film we've been hearing about for quite a while now is Texas-based filmmaker Stacy Davidson's Sweatshop, and in advance of its two market screenings at Cannes 2010's Le Marché du Film, the producers have released an online international trailer and some striking foreign sales art that accentuates the film's darker aspects.