The synopsis for upcoming DTV sequel Lost Boys 3: The Thirst mentions Gwen Lieber, a wealthy vampire-romance novelist who hires Edgar Frog to rescue her son, and today we learned who would be playing said novelist: South African model and actress Tanit Phoenix.
Tuesday, September 29th, is a big day for director Dave Parker and producer Robert Burnett. Their gritty horror flick The Hills Run Red (review here) will finally be hitting DVD shelves after a three-year long journey to get to this point.
Recall the stinker that was The Lost Boys: The Tribe (review here)? You remember -- the flick with the surfing vampires? (Again we ask: Why didn't the priest just bless the ocean?) No? You missed it? Do yourself a favor and keep it that way. Like it or not, Production Weekly has announced tonight that the next film in the franchise, now called Lost Boys 3: The Thirst, is just about ready to get under way from Warner Premiere.
Here at Dread Central we're really excited for you guys to check out Dave Parker's new slasher film, The Hills Run Red. The reason why is because we've seen it and know exactly how much ass it kicks. Now it's time for you to be brought up-to-speed and into the know.
Finally Dave Parker's slasher-fest The Hills Run Red has got itself a release date to go along with its bitchin' cover art!
A note from Dread Central reader Joey M sent us over to Ludovico Technique's website, where we found the DVD cover art for Dave Parker's upcoming The Hills Run Red.
In case you're wondering why the news updates were so scarce here yesterday it was because we were in LA attending an industry screening for Dave Parker's The Hills Run Red. We do get to leave the office every now and again, ya know. It happens. I swear. Anyway -- wow, was this one worth the trip!
Warner Premiere is hoping to rid your mind of the pain and suffering caused by Lost Boys: The Tribe (review) by delivering a third film in the franchise. One that will focus primarily on Feldman's character of Edgar Frog.
Tuesday, September 29th, is a big day for director Dave Parker and producer Robert Burnett. Their gritty h