It's been a few years since we've seen any output from Tom Holland, the man behind films like Fright Night and Child's Play. That all changes on November 4th, when his new series Twisted Tales premieres on FEARnet. Read on for all the twisted details!
The finely tuned machine known as Blanc/Biehn Productions has just released a bit more casting news for the upcoming English-language remake of Patricio Valladares' Hidden in the Woods plus a few other details! Read on!
While it may sound like just another new entry in the already overcrowded zombie subgenre, with two of today’s cinema’s greatest tough guys together in a fright flick about redneck hunters fighting flesh-eating rage zombies, I’m willing to give Infected a chance.
Producer Chad A. Verdi, who is currently riding a wave a horror success with his Robert Englund vehicle Inkubus, is refusing to sit on his newly achieved laurels. Although his next film, the zombie thriller Infected, isn't due for release until Halloween, a prequel has already been announced.
It's always great to see an indie filmmaker make a splash, and that's just the case for Glenn Ciano and his flick Inkubus starring Robert Englund and William Forsythe. Dig it!
Glenn Ciano's Inkubus starring Robert Englund is making its way home to both DVD and VOD and we have all the details you need to get your gore on!
You see? Now this is what we're talking about! Some good old fashioned gore to help us get through the day. Hope you're ready for some red, kids, as there's a lot of it in this latest batch of images from Glenn Ciano's Inkubus starring Robert Englund!
FEARnet has announced a deal with Dead Rabbit Films to acquire the domestic rights to “Tom Holland’s Twisted Tales,” a brand new anthology series. Ten episodes of the series of short films written and directed by Tom Holland will be made available on FEARnet.com in July 2012. Dead Rabbit Films is the imprint owned by Holland and his partner David Chackler, who will also executive produce the series.
When Doctor Gash interviewed Glenn Ciano recently, the Inkubus director mentioned the film was scheduled for a theatrical release in at least nine cities starting on October 28th, and now we know what company will be handling said release: Screen Media, who is rolling out the flick the pre-Halloween weekend in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Florida, and California.
Glenn Ciano will not be stopped. With an incredibly infectious energy level and a "by any means necessary" filmmaking attitude, this director is brimming with excitement about the theatrical release of his first feature film. And the lucky bastards at this year's Rock and Shock horror movie and music convention, will be the first to bear witness to Ciano's creation, Inkubus starring Robert Englund.
While Inkubus getting all the love lately, we thought it was time to shine the spotlight on another film director Glenn Ciano has haunting Cannes, a living dead-laden opus known as Infected!
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring William Forsythe, Jesse Moss, Emma Lahana
Ah, zombie movies. They're like chocolate bars on your nightstand. You don't care how they get there ... when you find them, you're going to eat them. Such is the case with Glenn Ciano's new flesh-eater epic, Infected.