If its any indication, this was on the shelves @ best buy on first day of availability...so I would think so.
DVD: Mother's Day Remake Finally Has a U.S. Release Date | Shock Till You Drop
Something happened with this one. It's taken 2+ years just to go direct to dvd? The odd thing, a lot of the reviews were good and Frank Grillo, who has received a lot of notice for 'The Grey' is in it. You would think this would get at least a quickie theater release. I'd really like to know the story here.
Detention Gets Official Release Date, Site - Watch a Clip! | Shock Till You Drop
Very much want to see this. The festival word on this was either LOVED it or HATED it. No middle ground. Supposed to crossover to multiple tones/genres and either works as a gamechanger or is a total mess. At last I finally get to decide for myself.
The Devil’s Carnival’ Teaser Trailer: ‘Repo! The Genetic Opera’ Creators Return
So in on this!!!!Quote:
Darren Lynn Bousman, who co-wrote and directed the midnight cult fave Repo! The Genetic Opera, has created a follow-up musical called The Devil’s Carnival. The 55-minute film features some returning Repo! players such as Paul Sorvino, Alexa Vega, Bill Moseley, and Ogre of Skinny Puppy. It also has some new faces such as Jessica Lowndes, Sean Patrick Flannery, Briana Evigan, Ivan Moody, Marc Senter and Shawn ‘Clown’ Crahan from Slipknot.
Boseman told THR the film is “more accessible than Repo but also a lot darker than Repo,” and promised a roadshow release that will hit 30 cities starting in April, with a companion 13-song album. The tour will also “[turn] venues into environments that tie to the movie and that will encourage audience participation.”
Repo! co-writer Terrence Zdunich wrote the music for The Devil’s Carnival with Saar Hendelman.
Andrew Pyper's Demonologist Novel Acquired by Universal | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central
There aren't many details available at this point, but it's just come across the wire that Universal has acquired Demonologist, a novel manuscript by Andrew Pyper, to be produced by ImageMovers partners Robert Zemeckis, Jack Rapke, and Steve Starkey.
Per Deadline the studio made a preemptive deal for the film rights with the book set to be released October 11th of this year.
Professor David Ullman is among the world's leading authorities on Christian religion and myth. Not that he's a believer. He sees what he teaches as nothing more than entrenched fiction - the "things that go bump in the mind." It's why when he's offered a trip to Venice to be a consultant on a case study based on his expertise as a "demonologist," he accepts, seeing it as a free vacation for his teenage daughter and himself. But what he witnesses in an attic room at an address amidst the decadent splendor of the old city will change what he believes forever. Terrified, David races back to his hotel. But now he has the unshakable feeling that he is no longer alone. And that the voice that passes from his daughter's lips before she jumps from the hotel's roof belongs to a being he has long studied but until now never thought could ever be real...
Robert Englund: An Exclusive Interview | Shock Till You Drop
Just read it. The man is a goddamned icon, it's the least you could do.
I want to say that I read that demonologist novel, but am not sure! :manybeers:
Familiar (Short, 2012) | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central
So just when you think you know exactly where John's story is going to play out in Familiar, Powell flips everything on its side and delivers a third act that would no doubt have David Cronenberg and Frank Henenlotter high-fiving each other in a theater if this were playing on a big screen (and to say anything beyond that would be a disservice to Powell's story).