Submitted by UncleMortimer on Tue, 10/12/2010 - 18:23
Think sparkling vampires suck? Then you're gonna love this upcoming spoof film from Twentieth Century Fox.
Get ready for sassy dancing werewolves, vampires at the prom and incessant teen melodrama when Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment brings VAMPIRES SUCK to homes everywhere November 30. Get your hands on VAMPIRES SUCK just in time for the holidays, and laugh so loud at the clever, vampire-romance spoof that you will wake the dead. This story of unconventional, teenage love is available on both Blu-ray and DVD with an extended unrated version, tons of deleted scenes, and a gag reel to keep you in stitches.
Submitted by UncleMortimer on Tue, 10/12/2010 - 16:07
Amber Heard (Zombieland, Pineapple Express) and Odette Yustman (You Again, Cloverfield) star in Director Marcos Efron’s sexy and exotic thriller, And Soon The Darkness, available on Blu-ray™ and DVD on December 28th, 2010 from Anchor Bay Entertainment.
And Soon the Darkness follows two American girls who embark on a bike tour through a remote part of Argentina’s countryside. When disaster strikes and one of the girls disappears, the other must find her before her worst fears are realized. Anchor Bay Films will release the film theatrically with an exclusive engagement in Los Angeles only on Friday, December 17th. SRP is $34.99 for the Blu-ray™ edition and $26.98 for the DVD.
This past weekend I had the pleasure of attending New York Comic Con coupled with New York Anime fest. If you don't know what that is, it's East Coast's version of the spectacular San Diego Comic Con run and sponsored by different companies. For 3 days, October 8-10 2010, anime, comic, video games, movies, television and pop subculture fans from all different walks of life came to the Jacob Javits Center in New York City to celebrate their mediums. Saturday was completely sold out, success! I personally had an amazing time and hope to return in October of 2011. Here's the rundown of events that went on, guests appearing and several big name booths.
Submitted by UncleMortimer on Mon, 10/11/2010 - 06:42
Just when you thought you had seen it all - Legendary Monty Python member and film-maker Terry Gilliam has produced a short film that will premier October 31st and coincide with the AMP Energy Juice 500 NASCAR race at Talladega. That's right, I said NASCAR.
Submitted by UncleMortimer on Fri, 10/08/2010 - 13:42
Macabre Mansion, in association with Magnolia Home Entertainment, is giving away 3 copies of LET THE RIGHT ONE IN. The original 2009 Swedish film that inspired LET ME IN - now playing in theaters.
To enter for a chance to win, simply send an email to prizes AT macabre mansion dot com. Remember to include your name and shipping address. We'll draw three random names on October 31st and post the results right here.
See below for full synopsis, box and scene art for LET THE RIGHT ONE IN.
Submitted by UncleMortimer on Fri, 10/08/2010 - 12:55
Anchor Bay Entertainment's ALTITUDE screens at Screamfest LA with director Kaare Andrews and stars Jessica Lowndes and Julianna Guill.
Sunday, October 10th - 7:30pm at:
Mann’s Chinese Theaters 6
Hollywood & Highland Complex
6801 Hollywood Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028
Award-winning graphic artist turned feature director Kaare Andrews and stars Jessica Lowndes (“90210”) and Julianna Guill (Friday the 13th, “90210”) will introduce their new high-flying thriller ALTITUDE on Sunday, October 10th as part of the world-famous Screamfest 10 Horror Film Festival.
Submitted by UncleMortimer on Fri, 10/08/2010 - 12:17
When cult-favorite horror filmmaker JT Petty ventures into the dark world of underground horror, things don’t exactly go as planned. As he examines the comparison between filmmaking and voyeurism within the horror genre, he uncovers a collective of filmmakers, deviants, and self-professed possible murderers. The most notorious underground film series he discovers is called S&MAN, produced by the unassuming and creepy Eric Rost. The more Petty digs into his subject, the more Eric withdraws, claiming a desire to protect his “creative vision.” But Petty begins to suspect that the real reason may be that Eric’s “actors” are in fact “victims,” placing the filmmaker in dangerous territory and making S&MAN the most unsettling horror experience in years.
Submitted by UncleMortimer on Fri, 09/10/2010 - 17:35
While at DragonCon 2010, we had an opportunity to talk briefly with John de Lancie. Those of you who listen to our annual Halloween Special should remember John (and Leonard) giving us special permission to include some "Alien Voices" programs in our special broadcast. For three years in a row we've been able to share with our listeners some of these fantastic Audio Dramas most of which are out of print. The two main questions we get from our listeners are "Where can we find Alien Voices?" and "When are they going to make more programs?" Well good news Alien Voices fans. John tells us in our interview that he and Leonard are discussing making these programs available again possibly as downloads from one or both of their websites. We'll post more information on this when it becomes available. Until then, enjoy the interview!
Submitted by UncleMortimer on Wed, 09/01/2010 - 12:18
We just got back from our trip to Burbank, CA and what a trip it was. Monday, I met up with Jim O'Rear in Dallas for our connecting flight to Burbank. Once on the plane, Jim and I sat on opposing sides of our new friend Amber - an aspiring actress from Ohio who was in route to LA on her own dime for a somewhat sketchy sounding audition. Something just didn't sound right about the details of her audition and like Jim told Amber, "If something doesn't sound right, it probably isn't".