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Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is now available on Xbox Live, Psn and PC. It is a game where you get the girl, kill the bad guys and save the world in a VHS-version of the future.
We recently chatted with Michael Biehn (who voices Sergeant Rex “Power” Colt) about how he got involved and his thoughts on the game. Biehn also stated that a sequel has “not been confirmed” as reported by other video game websites. Read on to learn more!
Michael Biehn: Actually, I met [Creative Director] Dean [Evans] when we were in Canada doing some work on a film festival for “The Victim.” Jennifer [Biehn's wife, Jennifer Blanc-Biehn] actually met Dean and Dean talked to her. Jennifer kind of had to drag me by my collar to meet him because I didn't really know anything about gaming, »
- Amanda Dyar
'Static' is the Todd Levin helmed 3D horror flick that is getting some impressive plaudits from industry nerdlingers. Cinedigm have just scored the Us/Canada distribution rights and the plan is to unleash it onto VOD and quickly follow-up with a 3D release directly onto DVD. Meanwhile, however, Second Sight Films also picked up the feature here in the UK and intend to release it onto DVD in the UK market on 15 July. Levin helms from his own co-written script and the flick stars Milo Ventimiglia ('Heroes', 'The Divide') and Sarah Shahi ('Fairly Legal') who play a couple who take in a mysterious stranger, played by 'The Innkeepers' hottie Sara Paxton. 'Lost's William Mapother also stars. Head below to check out the new Us artwork plus the UK DVD cover. »
Errors Of The Human Body may only be considered a suspenseful thriller, but to me it’s straight horror. Why? I’ll be completely honest with you all – science terrifies me. I understand the need to always keep learning and create even greater understandings about this big, glorious universe we all live on, but at what cost? Do we really need to be creating super hadron colliders which can smash particles at the risk of creating a black hole which could potentially consume our planet? Think about it, if one measly scientist were to calculate a number wrong to the decimal point – boom, goodbye humanity. “Well the good news is, we discovered a new element. The bad news is, we’re all going to die – In The Name Of Science!”
- Matt Donato
Body Talk: Sheean’s Debut Forgoes Thrills for Moody Drama
Eron Sheean, best known for writing the 2011 Xavier Gens film, The Divide, arrives with his curiously titled Errors of the Human Body, a sort of medical drama thriller that sounds instead like a documentary series on the Discovery channel. At first playing like a treatment by Robin Cook with a mad scientist angle, the film eventually reveals that it has no interest in delivering the thrills or chills that its foreboding first half painstakingly constructs, instead settling for mediocre melodrama.
Geoffrey Burton (Michael Eklund) is a medical researcher that has dedicated his life to finding a cure for Burton’s syndrome, a deadly genetic disease caused by a mutation that claimed the life of his infant son and ruined his idyllic marriage. Taking a job in Dresden, he spends his time developing pre-natal tests and living out an angsty existence »
- Nicholas Bell
Xan Cassavetes’ Kiss Of The Damned was a breath of fresh air for the vampire genre (review), and lucky for horror fans, it’s been recently announced that the erotic vampire film will be heading to DVD/Bluray on July 23rd, via Magnet Releasing.
“Beautiful vampire Djuna (Joséphine de La Baume) tries to resist the advances of the handsome, human screenwriter Paolo (Milo Ventimiglia, The Divide), but eventually gives in to their passion. When her troublemaker sister Mimi (Roxane Mesquida) unexpectedly comes to visit, Djuna’s love story is threatened, and the whole vampire community becomes endangered…”
Kiss Of The Damned comes out on DVD/Bluray on July 23rd via Magnet Releasing. »
What if you could unlock the key to solving human illness and frailty forever? That's something of a holy grain for scientists and doctors and it serves as the driving force behind the dramatic chiller "Errors Of The Human Body." Eron Sheean makes his directorial debut with the film, which stars Michael Eklund ("The Call," "The Divide") and Karoline Herfuth ("The Reader," "Passion"), and tells the story of a recently divorced Canadian geneticist who decamps to Germany to work with with his former intern and colleague Rebekka on a human regenerative gene. Maddeningly close to a medical breakthrough, the geneticist quickly finds himself on a dangerous downward spiral. This exclusive clip nicely sets up the relationships and themes that carry through the rest of the film. "Errors Of The Human Body" is now playing in select theaters and is also available to watch on Cable VOD, SundanceNOW and other digital outlets (iTunes, »
- Kevin Jagernauth
“The Killing Room,” “The Divide,” “The Pact,” and loads more in the works, but right now, it’s all about “Mr. Jones” for producer Ross Dinerstein. The Tribeca Film Festival Midnight Program entry features Jon Foster and Sarah Jones as Scott and Penny. When Scott insists on ditching the big city for a secluded cabin so he can make a nature documentary, she leaves everything behind to support the venture. The place is the ideal no rules, no pressure existence until filming sunrises, local greenery and creatures becomes monotonous and Scott loses all motivation. However, just before giving up entirely, they catch a glimpse of the most interesting thing they’ve seen [ Read More ]
- Perri Nemiroff
Every year, a horror film will emerge and declare itself a game changer. It touts its originality as a benchmark in the genre. It features epic quotes in its trailer from critics that call it “Terrifying” and boast about how they were on the edge of their seat the whole time. Mr. Jones, is not that film.
The story follows Scott and Penny, a young couple who ditch their big city life in favor of a cabin in the countryside. Their intention is to work on their relationship while Scott documents the experience on camera. Over time, strange things begin to happen and they both discover that they share the countryside with Mr. Jones, a mercurial artist whose work is celebrated and feared by the American arts community.
Seeing an opportunity, Scott and Penny convince themselves to investigate Mr. Jones and instead make a documentary about the myth which surrounds »
- Damen Norton
Michael Biehn's ('The Divide') mush has been digitally placed in the surrounding woodland in this new official one-sheet from upcoming English language remake of 'Hidden in the Woods'. Based on Patricio Valladares' Chilean horror flick of the same name (Aka 'En las afueras de la ciudad') the remake sees writer/director Valladares head back behind the camera to lense his Us-based redo. Biehn stars and will produce the project which also sees a whole host of performers involved. William Forsythe ('The Devil's Rejects'), Krzysztof Soszynski, Jeannine Kaspar ('Nip/Tuck'), Electra Avelan ('Machete Kills') Mark Burnham, Jennifer Blanc ('The Victim'), Richard Gunn ('Dark Angel'), Caitlin Keats, Matthew Alan, J. Michael Trautmann, Evie Thompson and Luke Massy ('Thor') are all set to star. You can check the new poster below. »
Let us be clear... we haven't the slightest idea what is happening in this latest Errors of the Human Body clip. I mean, really... no idea. The only thing we know for sure if that this dude wants his mouse back in a bad way. Read on and be bewildered!
Errors of the Human Body opens in select theaters today and is now available to watch on Cable VOD, SundanceNOW, and other digital outlets (iTunes, Amazon Streaming, PS3 Playstation Unlimited, Xbox Zune, Google Play, and YouTube).
From the Press Release
IFC Midnight has acquired all North American rights to Eron Sheean’s thriller Errors Of The Human Body. Sheean wrote the screenplay for the film with Shane Danielsen. The picture stars Germany’s Karoline Herfurth (Perfume: The Story Of A Murderer, The Reader, We Are The Night), Iceland’s Tómas Lemarquis (Noi The Albino, Painless, Snow Piercer), Rik Mayall (The Young Ones »
- Uncle Creepy
In addition to the Tribeca-bound The Machine, we now have a clip for Mr. Jones, also debuting at the fest. Check it out after the jump.
Directed by Karl Mueller (writer of The Divide and the upcoming Where the Devil Hides), the film concerns Scott (Jon Foster) who is a filmmaker in need of inspiration. He and his girlfriend Penny move into a desolate house hoping to make a breakthrough. Then they discover their neighbor, the elusive Mr. Jones. Famous for his haunting sculptures, Mr. Jones has remained a mystery to the world. Scott and Penny, convinced that they have found the perfect film subject, sneak into his workshop and realize that their curiosity may have chilling consequences. Who is Mr. Jones?
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Horrors set in remote wooded locations are nothing new. One just came out April 5. But it probably won.t ever cease to be a go-to location for the genre because while technology and modernization have made cities and towns fairly intuitive places, the woods will always be slightly mysterious and ripe for exploration, since just about anything could be hiding just up ahead. The feature directorial debut from Karl Mueller, Mr. Jones, uses the forest setting to tell a different kind of tale, one where art and life make for an upsetting combination. It was apparently impressive enough to spark a lot of interest from Anchor Bay Films, who The Hollywood Reporter states acquired the thriller.s North American rights even before it got its April 19 debut at the Tribeca Film Festival. Mueller.s claim to fame thus far has been co-writing the decent post-apocalyptic thriller The Divide, though he »
At this year's Tribeca Film Festival, Anchor Bay picked up the rights to "Mr. Jones," writer/director Karl Mueller's indie horror film about a young couple (Jon Foster and Sarah Jones) terrorized in (where else but) a remote cabin by a twisted forest-dwelling hermit. No word yet on the North American distribution date of "Mr. Jones," but the film will have its world premiere on April 19th at Tribeca. The plot sure sounds trite, but in a recent interview with Indiewire, Mueller named Danny Boyle and David Lynch as the primary influences for this purportedly surreal flick. Here's hoping he delivers. In 2011, Anchor Bay Films released Mueller's feature film writing debut "The Divide," an apocalyptic thriller directed by Xavier Gens. »
- Ryan Lattanzio
New York, NY – Anchor Bay Films has landed the rights to Mr. Jones at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. The company has picked up all North American rights to the thriller from writer/director Karl Mueller (screenwriter of The Divide). Mr. Jones is produced by Preferred Film & TV’s Ross M. Dinerstein and executive produced by Content’s Jamie Carmichael. Mr. Jones, starring Jon Foster (Brotherhood, The Informers) and Sarah Jones (“Vegas”, “Big Love”, “Sons of Anarchy”), will have its world premiere at Tribeca on Friday, April 19th. Mr. Jones marks Anchor Bay Films’ third release produced by Dinerstein, having previously released director Zak Penn’s The Grand and Xavier Gens’ The Divide. Bill Clark, Anchor Bay Entertainment president, made today’s announcement. Content »
- Jonathan James
Day Two of the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival brings news of a second title picked up for distribution, with Anchor Bay snagging North American rights to horror outing “Mr. Jones” the day before its world preem at the fest on Friday.
Karl Mueller writes and directs the pic, about a young couple (Jon Foster and Sarah Jones) whose retreat to a remote cabin is lent a sinister edge by their discovery of a reclusive neighbor, Mr. Jones. Mueller previously penned 2011 film “The Divide” and also wrote the script for “The Devil’s Rapture,” the Rufus Sewell starrer on the docket for an October release.
Acquisition of “Mr. Jones” comes a day after another Tribeca film, “Red Obsession,” was picked up before its Tribeca bow. It’s a good start for Tribeca, which is generally not viewed as a robust film market but nonetheless logged an acquisitions record last year that saw »
- Gordon Cox
Anchor Bay Films has landed the rights to Mr. Jones at this year.s Tribeca Film Festival. The company has picked up all North American rights to the thriller from writer/director Karl Mueller (screenwriter of The Divide ). Mr. Jones is produced by Preferred Film & TV.s Ross M. Dinerstein and executive produced by Content.s Jamie Carmichael. Mr. Jones , starring Jon Foster and Sarah Jones, will have its world premiere at Tribeca on Friday, April 19th. The film marks Anchor Bay Films. third release produced by Dinerstein, having previously released director Zak Penn.s The Grand and Xavier Gens. The Divide . Bill Clark, Anchor Bay Entertainment president, made today.s announcement. Content is handling worldwide sales and are co-representing North America with Preferred »
There is something about a film that deals with the desire to redeem one’s self, that really appeals to me. I find it enthralling to sit through a character’s journey to right what was wronged, and the personal discoveries that they must go through to succeed in that. Eron Sheean’s Errors Of The Human Body deals with those themes, and makes us as viewers ask, “What is the cost of progress?”
Errors Of The Human Body follows Dr. Geoff Burton (played amazingly by The Divide and The Call‘s Michael Eklund), a geneticist who is completely consumed by the regret of having not been able to save his infant son from a rare disease that took the child’s life. After being kicked out of his previous teaching job, Burton is forced to relocate to a school and research facility in Germany, where he helps a former »
Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: May 21, 2013
Price: DVD $26.98, Blu-ray $29.98, Blu-ray/DVD Combo $32.98
One of 26 fatal segments of The ABCs of Death.
The horror film The ABCs of Death is a high-concept anthology movie if ever there was one: 26 individual “chapters” on the topic of death, each helmed by a different director assigned to a specific letter of the alphabet.
Showcasing the wide variety of possibilities when it comes to that most final of topics, the segments include the fatal visions of such established genre filmmakers as Ti West (The Innkeepers), Xavier Gens (The Divide), Adam Wingard (V/H/S) and Yoshihiro Nishimura (Tokyo Gore Police) amongst a whole helluva lot of them.
The unrated ABCs of Death, which features an ill-fated a cast of performers from around the world, received a limited release to theaters in the U.S. following its rollout to genre film festivals around the world. »
Lony Ruhmann scripted this tale which will combine "found footage" with a traditionally-told narrative. The film is being geared for a straight-to-vod release and we have a look at the poster - you can check out a larger version inside.
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Last month saw the arrival of Brad Anderson's ('The Machinist') new phone call thriller 'The Call', starring Halle Berry ('Monster's Ball') and Abigail Breslin ('Zombieland'), in theatres across the Us. So what a kick in the teeth it is to hear that the movie is already being lined up for a stateside home release before us UK-ers have even had a chance to check it out! Michael Eklund ('The Divide'), Justina Machado, Tara Platt, Evie Thompson, David Otunga, Michael Imperioli, Morris Chestnut and Michael Linstroth also star in the thriller that sees a 911 operator dealing with an emergency call taken from a kidnapped teenager. It hits Blu-ray and DVD to own and rent from 25 June if you so appen to live in the Us. And still no word on any form of release here in the UK. Boooooo! »
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