Let the hunt begin. Somewhere in between THE DESCENT, JAWS and DELIVERANCE, the upcoming French film PREY takes a family on the verge of explosion into a dark forest where mysterious creatures seems to be out of control.
Universal Studios Home Entertainment sent along full details on its DVD and Blu-ray releases of THE WOLFMAN, director Joe Johnston’s reinvention of the classic monster movie starring Benicio Del Toro and Anthony Hopkins. We got ahold of cover art for both versions as well.
One of the rare sequels that nearly equals the terror of its predecessor, Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza’s [REC] 2 is getting one thing their previous [REC] did not: U.S. big-screen play, courtesy of Magnolia Pictures’ Magnet Releasing, beginning July 9. But it hits theaters in the UK first, on May 28, and you can see a restricted trailer for that release after the jump.
We just got ahold of the cover art!
Lionsgate Home Entertainment has announced a DVD date for a lycanthropicture called WOLF MOON. Genre fans may know the movie better under its shooting title of DARK MOON RISING—no relation to the recent disc release BLOOD MOON RISING or the Tommy Lee Jones-starrer BLACK MOON RISING.
SUCK may be one of a number of independent vampire comedies to make the scene lately, but the Canadian production has a difference—it’s actually funny, as well as occasionally bloody enough to sate fans displeased with the anemic likes of the TWILIGHT movies. The movie recently played the Museum of Modern Art as part of its Canadian Front series, where Fango got a chance to chat with its writer/director/star Rob Stefaniuk (pictured).
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