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Apollo 18 hits theaters today, but before you go traipsing off to the theater for the latest entry in a long line of "found footage" horror films, find out whether or not you SHOULD bother finding out why we never went back.
We cannot wait for John Gulager's Piranha 3DD to start tearing up theatres this November, and if you're one of the folks who are planning on seeing Apollo 18 this weekend, you'll be one of the first to lay eyes on the upcoming aquatic chaos.
Ready to see some seriously f*d up shit go down on the Apollo 18 mission? Then you'll want to check out this latest clip, entitled "Hammer", which purports to be recovered footage from the top secret Apollo 18 moon mission courtesy of Yahoo! Movies.
Finally the best damned trailer for Apollo 18 yet has hit online. Better let than never, right? Who's up for some interstellar spooky? I know we are! Dig it!
If the powers-that-be behind Apollo 18 keep doling out the goods in the form of clips, TV spots, etc., we're going to start feeling like we've seen the whole film before it opens! In any event, to help close out your Friday before you head to the nearest watering hole (or shelter in the case of our East Coast friends), here's the third official clip, entitled "Cave".
The Weinsteins are now firing with both barrels in terms of promotion of their latest film, Apollo 18, with new clips and more landing all over the interwebs! Dig on the goods right here, and look for the Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego directed flick in theatres on September 2nd.
Finally a real clip has surfaced for the Weinsteins' Apollo 18 along with a brand new TV spot, and we have it all right here ready and waiting for your inquisitive eyes! Dig it!
Adaptations of the James O'Barr graphic novel The Crow have been notoriously cursed in the industry. Legal battles, failed careers, even accidental tragic deaths have been following the property for decades. Now, more trouble for the remake has surfaced.
The hype machine for the Weinsteins' Apollo 18 is spinning at a furious pace as yet another bit of video goodness has made its way online. Next on tap? What Apple is calling a clip, though it looks more like a TV spot. Dig it! Look for the Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego directed flick in theatres on September 2nd. Synopsis:
The good folks over at IGN have scored themselves an exclusive TV spot for the latest cinéma-vérité style spooker, Apollo 18, and we have every spaced out moment of it for you right here! Dig it! Look for the Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego directed flick in theatres on September 2nd. Synopsis:
After a few release date shuffles, Apollo 18 finally settled on September 2nd, which means the promo materials should start flowing in fairly rapidly over the next several weeks. Case in point - a new TV spot type of video has arrived that promises "lunar drama".
Seems like we'll be getting that Crow reboot whether we want it or not. It's too much of a recognizable property (despite there only being one decent film in the franchise) for Hollywood to let it rest in peace. So despite the legal battle that's currently raging, we're told that The Crow WILL return! Um. Yay?
And the behind-the-scenes legal battle for The Crow rages on. Both The Weinstein Company and Relativity Media have issued statements today regarding the recent legal proceedings, both of which paint vastly different pictures. This is better than the plot to every sequel! According to Relativity:
Just back from shooting Piranha 3DD in Wilmington, North Carolina (the flick opens nationwide via Dimension this coming November 23), director John Gulager, who’s currently knee-deep in post-production, took some time out of his busy schedule to chat with us regarding the shoot as well what fans can expect of his sequel to the 2010 Alexandre Aja-helmed Piranha 3D. Read on!