7 items from 2014
It’s safe to say horror westerns don’t have the best track record. Don’t get me wrong, there’s a good amount of decent examples out there such as Grim Prarie Tales, Ravenous, Dead Birds and The Burrowers. But there’s also a Lot of bad horror westerns, two of which – Gallowalkers and Umbrage – debuted at Frightfest’s of the past. Given that, it was with a sense of trepidation that I approached Blood Moon…
Set in Colorado in 1887, Blood Moon sees a stagecoach full of strange passengers and an enigmatic gunslinger Calhoun (Dooley) find themselves prisoners of two desperate outlaws on the run. As the prairie travellers attempt to outwit the outlaws in any way they can it soon »
- Phil Wheat
Jinga Films is handling the distribution of the werewolf film Blood Moon. This title will be released in the United Kingdom November 2014. Recently, a trailer for the film has been released and the clip shows an old western town assailed by a hairy beast. The film stars George Blagden (After the Dark), Ian Whyte (Prometheus) and Anna Skellern. A preview for Blood Moon is here. In the story, a group of travellers are kidnapped by a gang of outlaws. But then, both the outlaws and the passengers are attacked by skinwalkers aka werewolves. Can anyone survive this night of terror? The trailer for the film shows characters and settings. As well, the hairy villain is shown late in the clip. Fans of indie horror features can preview the film's release here, with the launch set to take place shortly. Release Dat: November 2014 (United Kingdom). Director: Jeremy Wooding. Writer: Alan Wightman. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Allen)
Tagline: "When it's red, you're dead." Blood Moon is a film from director Jeremy Wooding and writer Alan Wightman. Wightman developed this feature from a short film, of the same name. Blood Moon is currently in Cannes; here, the film had its World Premiere. Now, a concept poster and several stills are available for this horror, western feature. All of the available promotional material for the film is hosted here. The story begins in Colorado. The year is 1887 and several stagecoach robbers find themselves hounded by a wild beast. Passengers of a nearby stagecoach must also deal with this murderous creature, which only comes out during the blood red moon (to feed)! The film stars George Blagden (After the Dark), Ian Whyte (Prometheus) and Anna Skellern. These actors can be seen in three early stills, which are shown below. The movie stills show characters stalked by a sharp taloned monster. »
- email@example.com (Michael Allen)
Michiel Huisman Lands Role Of Daario
It’s unknown why Skrein will no longer inhabit the role of Daario, but trailers for Game of Thrones Season 4 show Huisman in the part and looking quite different that his predecessor. Skrein, with his devilish smile and long golden hair, played Daario as a flamboyant and passionate man, as well as an impossibly skilled assassin. In shots of the dark, curly-haired Huisman in the part, it looks like Daario is going to be even more toned down than the blue-haired version in the books for the foreseeable future.
Huisman, who stars as Liam McGuinnis on Nashville, is set to play a major part in the fourth season of Game of Thrones and to return for the HBO series’ fifth season as well. Alongside »
We've already caught a glimpse of Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson as Gregor Clegane in the upcoming fourth season of Game of Thrones, but now the Icelandic strongman has given us a look at himself in costume as The Mountain, posting the following photo to Instagram (via WinterIsComing)....
Björnsson is the third actor to take on the role of The Mountain, with the character previously portrayed by Conan Stevens and Ian Whyte. Other newcomers to the cast of the HBO fantasy series include Yuriy Kolokolnikov (Intimate Parts) as Styr, Mark Gatiss (Sherlock) as Tycho Nestoris, Roger Ashton-Griffiths (Gangs of New York) as Mace Tyrell, Pedro Pascal (Graceland) as Oberyn Martell, Indira Varma (Rome) as Ellaria Sand, Struan Rodger (Doctor Who) as the Three-Eyed Raven, Michiel Huisman (Nashville) as Daario Naharis, Dean Charles-Chapman (The White Queen) as Tommen Baratheon, Octavia Selena Alexandru (Ward 3) as the Child of the Forest, and Joseph Gatt »
- Gary Collinson
This isn’t much of a spoiler, but we might as well label it as so just in case you’re on total lockdown from any information regarding Game of Thrones’ upcoming fourth season. While his role has been known for a while, there are aspects of Haftor Julius Bjornnson’s casting that hint at things to come. You wouldn’t be able to guess what Season 4 has in store for him, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be spoiled to the fact there is something coming that will involve him. So if you can, close your eyes so you don’t see Bjornsson all done up in costume as The Mountain.
Bjornnson posted the photo of himself to his Instagram, giving fans of Game of Thrones a good look at the latest interpretation of Ser Gregor Clegane Aka The Mountain That Rides Aka the older brother of Sandor Clegane. »
- Brody Gibson
"Game of Thrones" fans can get their first look at Season 4's version of the character of The Mountain -- played by Hafthor Julius Bjornsson. The Icelandic actor posted a photo in costume via Instagram.
Related: First look at Red Viper and Ellaria Sand (and Bjornsson)
The character of Gregor Clegane, known as the Mountain because of his intimidating size, has previously been played by two other actors, Conan Stevens (in Season 1) and Ian Whyte (in Season 2). The Mountain did not appear in 2013's Season 3.
Note: Gregor Clegane is a notoriously awful person and will not likely have such a nice smile in "Game of Thrones."
Season 4 of "Game of Thrones" will air on HBO in the spring of 2014. »
7 items from 2014
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