In 2006 Michael Bartlett co-wrote and co-directed The Zombie Diaries, and he'll next be turning his attention away from the undead over to time travel, with a new film he wrote called Timeless. Read on for details!
Another time traveling flick is headed our way, and it'll be here once it gets here after it's been there to make tomorrow a good place to be for now. When will people learn not to screw with the space-time continuum?
You would think that by now everybody would have enough brains in their head to quit screwing around with the space-time continuum, but no. They gotta keep messing around, changing things. The next flick to do so is Glimmer, and you can read on for details.
Fourth-generation psychic medium Linda Lauren has released her debut novel, a paranormal time-travel story entitled Hostage in Time, and we have all the details for you right here. Hostage in Time travels back to the late 1800s with its protagonist to the fictional home of Thomas Edison’s attorney.
A while back we gave you the skinny on Michael Bartlett's upcoming time travel thriller, Timeless, along with the exclusive one sheet. We haven't heard much about the film since then, but today there's a script review available online for your reading pleasure.
It's been a while since we've heard from our good friend Michael Bartlett (The Zombie Diaries), but thankfully he dropped us a line tonight with some teaser artwork and information about his and co-director Kevin Gates' next film, Timeless.
Excited about tomorrows DVD / Blu-ray release of S. Darko? You should be. If all goes well this could turn out to be a pretty cool sequel. Considering the mystique and fanfare surrounding the original film that is a pretty big if, but hey, I'm willing to take the chance if only for Frank The Bunny's sake!
Whether you like it or not, the sequel to the cult hit Donnie Darko is right around the corner, and we got the skinny on what you can expect when S. Darko hits DVD and Blu-ray on May 12th.
Former president of production at New Line Mike Deluca's film adaptation of the Richard Doetsch time travel novel The Thirteenth Hour has finally found its writers -- Michael Brandt and Derek Haas.
The full trailer for S. Darko: A Donnie Darko Tale (as it’s now being called) showed up this weekend over at the film’s official site, but you can just check it out below if you like. This time there’s actual footage from the film, unlike in the "teaser trailer" we showed you a few days ago!
Timecrimes (review) will be playing in some select theatres in November, but Magnolia is keeping us on edge as to where we can see it.
Time Crimes (review) may be more of a suspense movie than a horror flick, but there's just something about time travel and bandaged-face, scissors-wielding psychos that's so inviting to us.
Mike DeLuca, former president of production at New Line, is returning to the scaled-down label to produce an adaptation of the forthcoming time-travel thriller The Thirteenth Hour, written by Richard Doetsch, according to this morning’s Variety.