Courtesy of Overture Films we got our hands on six video interviews from the forthcoming redux The Crazies to get you ready for its release! Pull up a chair and get ready to get the scoop on what to expect from Breck Eisner, Joe Anderson, Rob Hall, Timothy Olyphant, Radha Mitchell, and Danielle Panabaker.
One of the most frightening things that is presented in both the original George A. Romero classic The Crazies and Breck Eisner's re-envisioning of the tale hitting theatres on February 26th is that the events of both films are pretty plausible. The sad truth is that we are living in a time of N1H1 and other super-strains of influenza. There have been several times this very year that things seemed to be getting scary on a level that's far too real to comprehend.
We're just a couple of days away before The Crazies run rampant at the box office, and to commemorate this auspicious occasion, we have dozens and dozens of stills from the flick for you -- some never seen before!
Yet another new clip has found its way online for the upcoming redux of the Romero classic The Crazies, and it takes us deep into the morgue at Ogden Marsh!
As the “outbreak” of Overture Films’ release of The Crazies (in theatres Friday, February 26th) draws closer, the studio is gearing up for an exciting launch of a comic book series inspired by the film along with various other multimedia content including a motion comic book series, Facebook “tower defense” game, and more. The film is produced and distributed by Overture Films and co-financed by Participant Media.
We're just a few short days away from the debut of Breck Eisner's startling new vision of the Romero classic The Crazies, and to celebrate, we're giving away a DVD combo pack of some of the master's best films!
If there's one thing that drives us crazy around the Dread Central offices, it's how much cooler European posters tend to be compared to what we get here in the States. Case in point? The new UK quad for Breck Eisner's remake of the George A. Romero classic The Crazies, which is hitting theatres February 26, 2010.
We remember a year or so ago referring to the month of February as "The Twenty-Eight Days of Suck". The shortest month of the year had become a veritable dumping ground for terrible horror movies that weren't worth a single second of your time. February, 2010, however ... totally the opposite. The Wolfman, Shutter Island, and The Crazies are all up at bat, and to gear up for the latter, a new motion comic has slipped online to whet the proverbial whistle!
Not even twenty-four hours have passed, and already there's a new clip from The Crazies online. This has to be a record somewhere. We're venturing into Rob Zombie's Halloween 2 new image every day territory!
The fifth clip for The Crazies has infected the online community, and we have it for you sans rubber gloves and Tyvek suits. Be warned, people ...
Okay. These people are serious about getting us to the multiplex. Three hours later, and another new clip from The Crazies has hit the Net. Please, guys! Save us something for the theatres!
What better way to kick off the weekend than with a another clip from a badass looking flick that brings a certain disco song to mind? Now if only someone could track down Rose Royce and kill them too!
Some new goodies today from The Crazies. Seems like more and more promo stuff is coming each day, and the good news? All of it looks pretty badass! Who's ready for some new stills?
So the big game is right around the corner, and you know what that means ... kickass commercials! And nothing goes better with kickin' ass than going a little crazy! Speaking of which ...
Yet another clip has dropped online to get you geared up for the latest Romero flick to get the remake treatment, and this one asks a very important question -- "Is He Dead?"