From the plethora of home video releases we got last week, June 22nd sees a much smaller batch -- only seven titles in all -- and undoubtedly the pick of the week is Shout! Factory's stellar re-packaging of Death Race 2000.
On June 22nd First Look Studios will be bringing Thirst, the nightmarish story of what can happen when several folks become stranded in the hot, desolate California desert, to home video.
The Asian Film Awards turned four years old in 2010, continuing its mission of bringing together the best cinematic talents of Asia. South Korea was the big winner this year with six awards, and Bong Joon-ho's Mother led the pack with three wins of its own.
Fantasporto 2010, Portugal’s leading film festival, just concluded on March 6th, and not only did the UK's Heartless (review here) receive the Best Film Award, but several other horror films garnered awards as well, including Audience Favorite Solomon Kane.
Foy first told us about Jeffery Lando's House of Bones, in which the lovely Charisma Carpenter plays a ghost hunter, back in December of 2008, and finally this weekend it debuts on Syfy. In addition, the indie filmmaker who hails from Vancouver has two other Canadian premieres happening within the next few days.
We have a little something for everyone this week: teenagers and newlyweds fighting for their survival, an alien-caused apocalypse, a revenge-starved botched abortion survivor, a Twilight spoof, and even a "dark" ballet.
Fans who missed Park Chan-wook's vampire opus Thirst (review here) when it played in a limited capacity in theatres won't have to wait very long for the film's DVD release. In fact, it's right around the corner.
Are you a member of the unlucky group whose home town didn't get a screening of Park Chan-wook's Thirst? Do you feel like, for whatever reason, you're just destined not to see the film? Or maybe you have seen it and are full of questions for its creator. In either case, a new contest from Palisades Tartan might be just what the priest prayed for ... or something like that.
With the release of Park Chan-wook's Thirst into select theatres this weekend, it only makes sense that we give away some free swag in celebration of this toothy occasion!
Those of you wondering where Thirst is playing can rest a little easier as we have the updated theatre listings and a brand new clip for you all to dig on!
Hungry to get another taste of Park Chan-wook's vampire based horror comedy Thirst? Well then, get ready to lick up the latest clip courtesy of Focus Features!
Everyone's gearing up for next week's huge show, the beast known as San Diego Comic-Con, and you can look forward to some pretty insane coverage from us live at the event, but even as we speak the media machine is officially in overdrive!
There's no question one of the most anticipated moments of this year's San Diego Comic-Con will be the exclusive screening of Park Chan-wook's Thirst (review here). Fans are just giddy with anticipation! To further along your film lust we just got our hands on a clip for you guys!
Reviewed by Evil Andy Starring Kang-ho Song, Ok-vin Kim, Hae-sook Kim, Ha-kyun Shin Directed by Chan-Wook Park