Good horror comedies are hard to come by. During the last few years, we’ve been blessed to have Hatchet, Slither and Shaun of the Dead hack and slash their way into our hearts.
Between Dracula’s publication in 1897 and his death in 1912, Bram Stoker had several other supernatural successes, including The Jewel of Seven Stars.
The Aggression Scale can safely be described as Home Alone by way of Die Hard. A group of four hitmen are attempting to retrieve $500,000 of stolen cash for a criminal kingpin (Ray Wise of Twin Peaks fame).
Underworld: Awakening 3D hits theaters today and we have our official review!
Now on DVD and Blu-ray October 25 is Fox Home Entertainment’s Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings (set visit), the Declan O’Brien-directed prequel starring Sean Skene, Daniel Skene, Rick Skene, Scott Johnson, Jen
Not too long ago, a direct to video release was a sign of mediocrity. Especially if it was a sequel to a theatrical film.
The success of one-man shows like Buried or Moon depend almost entirely on the acting prowess of the leading man.
Bereavement is the prequel to the 2004 film Malevolence, both directed by Stevan Mena. Malevolence split audiences right in half.
So, Yellowbrickroad, an official selection at the Slamdance Festival in 2010. First time directors and writers Andy Mitton and Jesse Holland conceived this idea in 2007 and developed it over a couple years.