Excited about Francis Ford Coppola's Twixt? How could you not be! Over on the film's Facebook page a poll has been set up for the fans to pick their favorite one-sheet. Read on for details. The film will be making its premiere at TIFF 2011, which runs from September 8th to the 18th. Look for an exact date soon.
It's hard to believe that the Toronto International Film Festival is already on our radar (where has this year gone?), but alas, it is so. Good thing, too, because as a result we've got the first spooky images from Francis Ford Coppola's Twixt (formerly Twixt Now and Sunrise).
Shooting is set to begin in August for EFish Entertainment's newest film, the edge-of-your-seat shocker Seven Below. This tale of strangers trapped in an isolated house in the woods, experiencing the horror equivalent of Groundhog's Day, features Val Kilmer leading a trio of Hollywood studs and one sultry siren to round out the quartet!
Now this is something to get excited about, fellow SDCC attendees! Francis Ford Coppola is making his first trip back to San Diego since 1991 to present his new horror thriller Twixt during a panel discussion on Saturday, July 23rd, in Hall H.
So yeah, it has kind of an odd name that could be turning some horror fans off. Then again, the moniker is so odd, we're not sure anyone would know what to make of it. Still, all you need to know is this ...
Any day we get to report about the great Francis Ford Coppola doing a horror film is a great day. I mean, how could you not get excited? It was revealed a while back that his upcoming project Twixt Now And Sunrise would be genre related and now we've finally got some details.
It's been a long time since anyone has referred to Val Kilmer as "sexy", but the man's a damned good actor and we'll always be a huckleberry for him! So what does the once high-flying Ice Man have cooking next?
It's been a really long time since the great Francis Ford Coppola directed anything in the horror genre, but holy cow is it good to have him back! Lookin' for the skinny on his next horror project? Look no further!
To your right you can see one of a few pics that dropped recently from The Steam Experiment, the serial killer film on its way from director Phillippe Martinez, which Genius Product recently nabbed for distribution. Not a bad way to start off your hump day, is it?
A whole slew of trailers have appeared on the official site for Voltage Pictures, the guys behind a lot of cool upcoming horror titles like Eduardo Sanchez’s Seventh Moon. Instead of boring you with multiple stories about one thing, how about one story about multiple things?
Ah, love. We really don’t see enough love stories in our genre, but that’s why we have movies like the upcoming Silver Cord; so we can be confused, not sure if we should see it for its horror elements even though it’s all about that most complex of human emotion. Maybe we can learn something?
Val Kilmer, Patrick Muldoon, and Armand Assante are three men with one thing in common: They’ve all joined the cast of an indie thriller called The Steam Experiment, a new directorial project for prolific producer Philippe Martinez according to THR.
I don’t know just how “horror” this is going to be, but it does have to do with resurrection and out of body experiences, and it’s a love story, which is just terrifying in the first place, so stick with me. The flick is called Silver Cord, and it’s set to be the directorial debut of James Ordonez.