Labels. Names. Whatever. People are always trying to put things in tiny boxes so that they can feel all cozy inside knowing that they perfectly understand everything around them. Sometimes, though, you just can't. Sometimes things are best left Untitled.
Our British brethren got some good news this week as BBC Three finally unveiled the release date for "Being Human" Series 3: Sunday 23rd January 2011. To celebrate, we have some new character photos along with a video of Sinead Keenan (Nina) providing a tour of "Honolulu Heights" - the quartet's new digs.
There are just as many folks out there looking to disprove the existence of ghosts as there are those who are trying to prove they exist. Yet, what if said debunkers ran across a case that changed their minds? That's the premise for the latest spooker looking to haunt our friends across the pond in The Awakening.
This coming Monday, 17th January, will see the UK DVD release of debut director Colm McCarthy’s Scottish/Irish folklore tale Outcast. To get you ready to jig, we’ve got a few new clips along with two copies to give away to a pair of lucky UK readers courtesy of the fine folks at Momentum Pictures. Synopsis:
What is this world coming to? So get this ... a TV spot for Saw 3D has been banned in the UK because a ten-year-old kid complained to his parents that it was "distressing". That's right, distressing! The news comes straight from the BBC:
Know what we like about cities? They have big buildings, lots of people, and more importantly, we're not isolated from the outside world out in the sticks with the chance of demons, deformed inbred hillbillies, or flesh-eating mutants waiting to mangle us behind every tree. Still, the fresh air is quite alluring.
We won't be seeing it here in the States until sometime in the spring, but UK fans of BBC Three's "Being Human" will be treated to the third season of the show shortly. And to help build the anticipation, we have a look at the Series 3 trailer along with a behind-the-scenes making-of video.
Okay so 2011 is off to a pretty weird start. Birds are falling out of the sky, fish are dying en masse, and now we have your first look at the trailer for John Carpenter's The Ward. Well, sort of. We actually have half of the trailer. That's right -- half the trailer.
Steven R. Monroe's I Spit on Your Grave remake is coming out in UK cinemas on January 21st, 2011, and Anchor Bay UK has made an exclusive new teaser trailer for it, which will be the first glimpse unsuspecting cinemagoers in the UK will get of this highly controversial new film. From the Press Release
And once again our brothers across the pond trump us in terms of getting a highly anticipated flick before we do. I speak of course about Joe Dante's latest film, The Hole, which will be arriving in the UK on DVD and Blu-ray on January 17th, 2011, from Entertainment One. Extras include: Making of The Hole, Interviews with Cast and Crew, and Behind the Scenes.
Imagine if you will finding yourself in a room filled with several other people and coming to the realization that you're going to have to fight to make it out alive. Sound a bit familiar? Of course it does! But how about we add an unstoppable killing machine to the proceedings! Interested yet? I know we are.
With the January 10th, 2011, UK Blu-ray and DVD release date for Johannes Roberts' F quickly approaching, Optimum Home Entertainment has released a half dozen new stills for the flick, which promises a heaping helping of hoodie horror!
Our friends across the pond just scored their own one-sheet and trailer for Patrick Lussier's 3D Nicolas Cage revenge vehicle, Drive Angry, and we have the goods for you right here so you can compare! Look for the movie in cinemas via Lionsgate UK on February 25th, 2011.
The Grimm Up North film festival, held each October in Manchester, England, for the past two years, doesn't receive financial support from sponsors, city councils, or regional screen agencies like many other film festivals do so to ensure the fest stays alive in 2011, they're launching Grimm Club, an exclusive members club comprised of fan donations. Members of the Grimm Club will receive:
While we wait patiently for the February 8th home video release of I Spit on Your Grave, our friends in the UK will be treated to a January theatrical run. Speaking of which .... feast your eyes on this sexy quad one-sheet.