We've been talking about Albert Pyun's Tales of an Ancient Empire for quite some time, and today we're pleased to provide a look at the red-band trailer for the film along with a full detailed synopsis.
Now this is a poster with some stuff going on! Director Albert Pyun just sent over a first look at the final key art for his upcoming Tales of an Ancient Empire.
For some the Easter holiday was a time of work, not hunting for chocolate eggs and bunnies, and one such individual is director Albert Pyun, who dropped us a line over the weekend with an update on his Tales of an Ancient Empire along with a batch of new stills.
Director Albert Pyun sent over a new work-in-progress screengrab from his Tales of an Ancient Empire and also let us know that they've started taking pre-orders on the film via his official website.
Director Albert Pyun sent us over a peek at some new teaser art for his forthcoming Tales of an Ancient Empire featuring its newest co-star, Victoria Maurette, who portrays a daywalking vampire assassin in the film.
Tales of an Ancient Empire just got a huge dose of badassedness in the form of a female daywalking vampire assassin to be portrayed by Victoria Maurette. Maurette joins the film's previously announced cast that includes Christopher Lambert, Melissa Ordway, Kevin Sorbo, Lee Horsley, and Jennifer Siebel Newsom.
We've been telling you about Bulletface, Albert Pyun's latest neo-noir thriller, for a while now, and finally he's provided us with a trailer so you can check it out for yourselves.
When director Albert Pyun and his team do a giveaway, they don't mess around! They are providing five lucky Dread Central readers autographed DVD packages of Pyun's latest film, Bulletface. And they're not just your typical one- or two-disc DVD sets either. Each one contains five discs, two of which are soundtracks. More specifically, each winner will receive:
Director Albert Pyun dropped us a line today with a first look at the DVD artwork for his upcoming horror and revenge thriller Bulletface, which has a release date of January 26, 2010.
Over the holidays we heard from director Albert Pyun, who informed us that instead of his next release being Tales of an Ancient Empire, his long gestating follow-up to The Sword and the Sorcerer, it will be the gory and disturbing Bulletface written by Randall Fontana.