Though very similar to the original one-sheet, the domestic artwork for the Pang brothers' latest entry into their Eye series, The Child's Eye 3D, has been tweaked a bit for us Yanks. Dig it!
It's been a long time coming, but we finally have our first look at the trailer for the fourth film in Danny and Oxide Pang's ghostly franchise entitled The Child's Eye - in 3D of course.
It's been a long time coming, but we finally have our first look at the teaser art for the fourth film in Danny and Oxide Pang's ghostly franchise entitled The Child's Eye - in 3D of course.
Well, I guess it’s commendable that the Pang Brothers (Danny and Oxide) are aiming pretty freakin’ high for their next project. In their return to the genre that put them on the map, the Pangs are ready to offer up some more chills for horror fans with their newest movie, The Child’s Eye in 3D . Their first scare-fest, 2002’s The Eye , is of course the source material for the 2008 Jessica Alba debacle/film.
Let's try and forget about that horrid American remake of The Eye (though that Being Blind is Lots of Fun song I made up still brings a smile to my face), shall we? Danny and Oxide Pang's original chiller is still very much the goods! Yes, the sequels suck, especially Part 3 but hey! The next one's gonna be in 3D. Joy.
Sorry it's so late, folks, but there's lots of horror DVDs to choose from coming your way this Tuesday, June 24th, so I hope you’ve been saving your cash! Cannibal Terror (1980) Directed by Alain Deruelle
A lot of sharks, too many indies and a classic horror/comedy await you come Tuesday, June 3rd, 2008. Behold...
UPDATE: Ah! I was off. The two-disc set isn't going to use some sort of ocular play on words to help push the DVD. Fangoria just put up the artwork for the upcoming release (seen to the right) and the new art for The Eye 3.
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring Jessica Alba, Alessandro Nivola, Parker Posey, Rade Serbedzija Directed by David Moreau and Xavier Palud
Though it’s not much outside of discussion of White Noise 2 (DVD review), Moviehole just posted an interview with the DTV sequel’s director, Patrick Lussier (Dracula 2000, among others) that you may want to check out.
A slew of upcoming horror films have both been given ratings and moved release dates in the last few days. Instead of trying to make sense of it all narratively, I’ve decided to give you all a nice, easy-to-read chronological list! That’s how much I care.