Vincent D'Onofrio

Cast Files into the Mall: Peter Stormare, Gina Gershon and More!

More casting news has hit the wire for Linkin Park member Joe Hahn's directorial debut Mall, and we've got the skinny for you right here, free of texting teenagers and lunatics jumping out of kiosks to spray things on you. Dig it!

Jennifer Lynch Talks Chained and its NC-17 Rating

Some more always entertaining and headache-inducing MPAA news has come our way concerning Jennifer Lynch's new film Chained, which was slapped with an NC-17 earlier this week. Lynch will be recutting the film for an R rating but seems pretty bewildered by the board's decision. Read on!

Chained Picked Up by Anchor Bay; Hit with an NC-17 Rating

Both good news and bad news for director Jennifer Lynch and her new movie Chained. Anchor Bay has picked up the distro rights, and the MPAA has slapped it with an NC-17 rating for "some explicit violence", thereby proving that they're just making shit up as they go along.

Vincent D'Onofrio and Linkin Park DJ Joe Hahn Head to the Mall

There hasn't been a good psycho on a killing spree movie in quite some time, but that could be changing relatively soon thanks to the new flick on its way called Mall.

Vincent D'Onofrio Warns: Don't Go In the Woods

A new trailer and one-sheet have come our way for Vincent D'Onofrio's bizarre slasher/musical hybrid Don't Go In the Woods from Tribeca Films, and we have every toe-tapping, blood-splashing second of it for ya right here!

Early Sales Art for Chained Turns its Back on You

Sales art is supposed to catch your eye and entice you to be interested in a particular film or project. The latest art for Jennifer Lynch's Chained is ... well ... um ... If you're a fan of man backs, you've just hit pay dirt!

Jennifer Lynch to Follow a Killer Down the Rabbit Hole

Jennifer Lynch may just be on the road to becoming as prolific a filmmaker as her father, David. Next up for the director is another trip through the land of the serial killer, a film called Rabbit.

Tribeca Film Announces U.S. Distribution Rights To Nine New Titles Including Three Horror Projects

Tribeca Enterprises today announced that Tribeca Film will expand to commercially release 26 films over the next year, more than double the number of titles released in 2010. The comprehensive distribution label for independent film also announced that it acquired U.S.