Back in 2004, before Dread Central was allowed to ejaculate its spunk upon the horror genre, Wesley Snipes was pretty vocal about not wanting to do another Blade movie after Blade: Trinity. Now that he's out of jail, his tune has changed... a lot.
Lionsgate is bringing Wesley Snipes' Gallowwalkers out on DVD, VOD, and digital download next week; and to further gear you up for its arrival, we've got the official DVD trailer on tap for you! Check it out!
Lionsgate is bringing Wesley Snipes' Gallowwalkers out on DVD in a few weeks. and to further gear you up for its arrival, we've got some new stills for you to put your back into! Check 'em out!
Get ready for a shocker. After spending forever on the shelf like an actor who was arrested for tax evasion, Lionsgate is bringing Wesley Snipes' Gallowwalkers out on DVD! Yes, miracles do happen!
On tap for you zombie-hungry cats are a handful of stills and an official sales trailer for the Wesley Snipes movie Gallowwalkers. Has the dust gathered from sitting five years on a shelf dulled Snipes' blade this go-around, or is he as sharp as ever? Let us know!
The European Film Market is right around the corner, and with it comes some neat news. After over five years of silence, it's with a near complete state of disbelief that we announce an official sales one-sheet for the Wesley Snipes movie Gallowwalkers has arrived.
Here's some perspective for you. The last time we talked about the Wesley Snipes movie Gallowwalkers was way back in 2008. Now, over five years later, Screen Daily is reporting that the film is finally up for sale at next week's European Film Market.
Another 2012 San Diego Comic-Con Exclusive from Gentle Giant: Blade II Blu-ray with Bonus Reaper Figure
What better way to wrap up the week than with another 2012 San Diego Comic-Con exclusive heading our way? This one's from Gentle Giant Studios (click here for the rest of what they'll have at the show), and fans of the Blade series will want to take note.
Tax evasion superstar Wesley Snipes is serving his time in prison out peacefully, but he's also looking to the future and what it may hold for him and the franchise he made popular, Blade.
Blade franchise star Wesley Snipes is talking more and more about the possible fourth entry into the series while promoting his latest film, Brooklyn's Finest. This time we get to hear about what Snipes would want for the sequel if it does happen.
The Blade franchise has had a really interesting ride thus far. The original film hit almost all of the marks that it should have. Del Toro's Blade II was like a fan's wet dream. Blade: Trinity, which showcased everyone's favorite comic book vamp hunter facing off against the big daddy bloodsucker of them all, Dracula, lacked any serious bite; and the TV show, while pretty good, was cut short.
Been a while since we heard anything from the world of Gallowwalker, the Wesley Snipes zombie cowboy movie. It’s all right, though; absence makes the heart grow fonder, especially when the heart is anticipating a badass zombie movie with western aesthetics, something no one’s been able to pull off quite right yet.
Even though the official site for the Wesley Snipes zombie movie Gallowwalker has been online for months, it was only recently that a very small link appeared on it called “Gallowwalker production stills”. You’ll never guess what’s found if you click on it...
All right, I admit that when it was first announced that Wesley Snipes was going to be in a new film called Gallowwalker playing a character named Kaos, whose nun mother made a deal to keep her son alive with the unfortunate side effect of bringing back to life anyone he killed, I wasn’t excited. In the least.