12 items from 2013
News on the upcoming UK release of Slash-produced shocker Nothing Left to Fear is coming thick and fast right now so to follow up our recent look at the UK trailer for the flick, we also now have the UK poster for you in all its stretchy-mouthed glory.
From the Press Release:
The terrifying debut release from Slasher Films, Nothing Left to Fear is directed by Gore Verbinski protege Anthony Leonardi III. It stars Anne Heche ("Hung," "Everwood," Volcano), Jennifer Stone ("Wizards of Waverly Place," Secondhand Lions) and Clancy Brown (Shawshank Redemption, "Carnivale," Starship Troopers), coupled with a musical score composed by Nicholas O'Toole and Slash.
When opportunity knocks, a young down-on-their-luck family pack up their home and move halfway across the country to re-root themselves into an idyllic little town filled with hopes of a better life. What awaits them, however, is a tale of betrayal and evil »
If you can’t wait until February, fear not as you’ll be able to see the movie first at the Film4 Frightfest All Nighter from October 26th. We’ve got the first look at the trailer and UK poster which can be seen below. Have a watch and let us know what you think in the comments below.
The terrifying debut release from Slasher Films Production; Nothing Left To Fear is directed by Gore Verbinski’s protege Anthony Leonardi III. Starring Anne Heche (Hung, Everwood, Volcano), Jennifer Stone (Wizards of Waverly Place, Secondhand Lions) and Clancy Brown (Shawshank Redemption, Highlander, Starship Troopers). Coupled with a musical score composed by Nicholas O’Toole and Slash.
When opportunity knocks, »
- David Sztypuljak
Produced by rock legend Slash, Anthony Leonardi III's demonic ditty Nothing Left to Fear is set to unleash the scares on UK DVD and digital distribution in February 2014. Ahead of the release, we have a brand new UK trailer to whet your appetite... for destruction. Ahem.
From the Press Release:
The terrifying debut release from Slasher Films Production, Nothing Left to Fear is directed by Gore Verbinski's protege Anthony Leonardi III. Starring Anne Heche ("Hung," "Everwood," Volcano), Jennifer Stone ("Wizards of Waverly Place," Secondhand Lions) and Clancy Brown (Shawshank Redemption, "Carnivale," Starship Troopers), coupled with a musical score composed by Nicholas O'Toole and Slash.
When opportunity knocks, a young down-on-their-luck family packs up their home and moves halfway across the country to re-root themselves into an idyllic little town filled with hopes of a better life. What awaits them however is a tale of betrayal and evil beyond any of their worst nightmares. »
News Glen Chapman 16 Oct 2013 - 05:45
The Rock is heading to California, to star in the upcoming disaster movie, San Andreas...
First things first: San Andreas is sadly not an adaptation of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Instead, it's a disaster movie about a fault line that lies beneath California. The last time a big natural disaster hit California on screen we got the Tommy Lee Jones-headlined Volcano, a film whose shoehorning in of a moral at the end still makes our jaw smash to the floor.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, as we well know, is a man who likes to keep himself busy and San Andreas is the latest project he's attached to. It's a New Line production and will see Mr Johnson play a helicopter pilot involved in a frantic search to locate his daughter following a rather nasty earthquake in California.
The film will be directed by Brad Peyton, »
Rodriguez will play the girlfriend of a podcaster (Long) who finds himself the victim of a deranged serial killer (Parks) and his twisted games. Filming begins next month. [Source: Flickering Myth]
Jennifer Lopez plays a Milf divorcee who begins an affair with a 17-year-old neighbor that gets into "Fatal Attraction"-style creepy territory fast. [Source: Deadline]
The sitcom follows a career woman and single mother (Jaime Pressly) who must move back in with her own charming, narcissistic psychotherapist mom (Walter) after being let go from her high-profile job. »
- Garth Franklin
You don’t need me to tell you that the original The Mummy is one of the long standing tenets of horror, the third classic Universal picture following Dracula and Frankenstein, and one that featured a singularly iconic performance by legendary Boris Karloff, aided with tremendous makeup by Jack Pierce and directed by Dracula auteur Karl Freund. But I just did anyways.
The Mummy is no stranger to sequels, remakes, or reboots. Just eight years after the original, Universal released The Mummy’S Hand, which didn’t pick up the original storyline nor featured any of the same characters. The film spawned three sequels, with Lon Chaney Jr. taking over as the Mummy for The Mummy’S Tomb, The Mummy’S Ghost, and The Mummy’S Curse.
- Andy Greene
I am trying to find the appropriate words to describe the first trailer for Paul W.S. Anderson’s Pompeii, but none are readily springing to mind. /Film described it as a mix of Titanic, Gladiator and Volcano, but I think that might be giving it too much credit. I would say that it looks like 300, only where the Persians are a volcano and the Spartans are attacking it with swords because that will totally work.
Is my reaction unkind? Maybe so, and we must bear in mind that this is only a teaser trailer. We should not judge a film based on its trailer. Then again, trailers often show the best bits, so this might not be the greatest way to sell the film.
- Lauren Humphries-Brooks
Directed by Sebastian Silva
Written by Sebastian Silva
Crystal Fairy is an aimless wisp of a movie, a lackadaisical road trip in which very little of substance happens, but intentionally so. Michael Cera, as the film’s snide, dismissive lead, does as much deliberate damage here to his previously squeaky-clean persona as he did in his raucous cameo in This is the End. The baby-faced George Michael Bluth is long gone, and in his place is a gawky, blustery type whose misplaced confidence is a hallmark of most American comic leads these days. Seeing as Crystal Fairy takes place entirely in Latin America, and the lead character’s American-ness constantly runs up against the more laid-back mentality of his more worldly friends, perhaps his presence is fitting. At some point, though, the relaxed tone turns Crystal Fairy into something too airy to be memorable.
Cera plays Jamie, »
- Josh Spiegel
The movie begins more than one thousand years in the future long after people are forced to abandon the only home they had ever known. Upon leaving Earth in 10 arks, calendars were changed from Ad to Ae, reflecting the new life “After Earth.”
Humans relocated to Nova Prime where they faced an invasion from the Skrel and the genetically engineered weapon – The Ursa. These beasties can sense humans’ fear and use that to track and kill their prey.
Just as it seemed nothing could stop the Ursa, Ranger Cypher Raige (Will Smith) inadvertently uncovers their weakness: without fear, humans are invisible to the Ursa. In an unprecedented show of self-control and discipline, Raige eliminated his fear and defeated the Ursa. This act of restraint became known as “Ghosting,” and lifted Raige to new heights of fame. »
- Michelle McCue
You might have complained to yourself recently that while this decade has enjoyed cultural pinnacles like the music of Chumbawamba, and televisual hits like Two Guys, A Girl and a Pizza Place, movies haven’t yet reached those heights.
Well, strap yourselves in and get ready because the first legendary film of the decade, and possibly the last of the millennium, is dropping later this year.
Alfred Hitchcock, who directed dozens of films in his career which spanned from screwball comedies to psychological horror, is referred to lovingly as the master of suspense – and he deserved that label, until now. The new master is in town, and it’s Gus Van Sant, the bold, brave director who is taking on Hitchcock’s most famous movie and making it his own. That takes guts, and with guts comes glory.
To say we’re excited to see the results, and to see »
- Nick F
Lou, who starred in the ’80s ‘Cosby Show’ spin-off on NBC, passed away on Feb. 19 after a series of health scares. So sad.
Lou Myers, the actor famous for playing Mr. Vernon Gaines on A Different World, the successful spin-off of The Cosby Show that ran for six seasons in the late ’80s on NBC, passed away in West Virginia following a heart-related emergency on Feb. 19.
The President of the actor’s non-profit organization spoke with TMZ, telling the website that Lou was in the care of the Charleston Medical Center at the time of his passing. It’s reported that his heart stopped earlier on the 19th. Doctors revived him, but he fell into a coma and died just hours later.
Lou Myers’ Health Woes
Lou’s health troubles began when he was hospitalized in December for pneumonia, but was released after New Year’s. He collapsed in his home a few weeks later, »
- Billy Nilles
If you're going to be near the Chinese Theaters in Hollywood this week, be sure to pop in on Wednesday to enjoy Mad Monster's screening of Blacula featuring a Q&A with cast members Denise Nicholas and Bob Minor. Sounds like a blast!
From the Press Release
Celebrate Black History Month with Mad Monster and Blacula, Dracula's 70’s Soul Brotha’, at the Chinese Theatres in Hollywood, Wednesday, February 13th at 9:00pm! The event will include a special Q&A with cast members Denise Nicholas who played "Michelle" and Blacula's stuntman, Bob Minor, moderated by author and film historian, Pat Jankiewicz, the last person to interview Blacula himself, William Marshall!
As always, there will be prize giveaways, »
- Doctor Gash
12 items from 2013
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