Hey JD, this is for you!
Hey JD, this is for you!
Smiley Heads to AMC Theatres; New Clip and Still Released | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central
Yipes, nice mask.From the Press Release
AMC Theatres and Fever Productions have announced an exclusive partnership on the national theatrical release of the highly anticipated horror/thriller film SMILEY from director Michael Gallagher (“Totally Sketch”). Beginning October 12th, AMC will exclusively release the film theatrically through its AMC independent platform on 28 screens in 14 markets including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Houston, and Atlanta. The release will also be supported by a marketing campaign from AMC.
SMILEY, co-written by YouTube sensation Gallagher and Glasgow Phillips (“South Park”) and produced by Michael Wormser (Some Guy Who Kills People) of Level 10 Films, has an enormous fan base to call on. Gallagher and his YouTube partners on “Totally Sketch,” as well as the other performers in the film including Shane Dawson (“Shane Dawson’s TV”) and Toby Turner ("The Annoying Orange"), have over 11 million subscribers, 2.2 billion views. and 4 million plus fans on Facebook/Twitter combined. The trailer has accumulated over 15 million views since its debut.
The story of the film follows a mentally fragile college student named Ashley (Caitlin Gerard from Magic Mike and The Social Network) who, after learning of an urban legend in which a mysterious serial killer named “Smiley” can be summoned through the Internet, must decide whether she is losing her mind or becoming Smiley's next victim. SMILEY also stars Melanie Papalia (“Endgame”) and Andrew James Allen (“Make It or Break It”), with Roger Bart (“Desperate Housewives”), Keith David (The Thing), and Liza Weil (“Scandal”) rounding out the cast.
AMC Ontario Mills 30; AMC Orange 30; AMC Norwalk 20; AMC Universal Citywalk 19; AMC Burbank Town Ctr. 8
The Profane Exhibit: Another Director Added, New Stills from Segments by Stivaletti and Vigalondo | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central
Yeah...click the link for the stills, one of them I should not post here.From the Press Release:
Ruggero Deodato (Cannibal Holocaust) joins José Mojica Marins (Coffin Joe), Nacho Vigalondo, Ryan Nicholson, Andrey Iskanov, Michael Todd Schneider, Sergio Stivaletti, Marian Dora,Yoshihiro Nishimura, Richard Stanley, and Uwe Boll as directors of segments of The Profane Exhibit with more still to be announced.
Deodato, whose segment is titled "Bridge," is an Italian film director and screenwriter, best known for directing violent and gory horror films. Deodato is infamous for his 1980 film Cannibal Holocaust. This is his return to horror after leaving it in the 80's.
The "Bridge" soundtrack is being done by Killjoy of the death metal band Necrophagia.
The Profane Exhibit is an extreme international horror anthology film that was conceived, written, and produced by David Bond and Manda Manuel. Legendary horror writer Ray Garton wrote the wraparound segment, and Scott Swan (Showtime’s "Masters of Horror") wrote the screenplay. Jeremy Kasten, director of such films as the recent Wizard of Gore remake, serves as the film’s editor.
In addition to the two stills above from "Bridge," below you'll find one image each from from Sergio Stivaletti's "Tophet Quorum" and Nacho Vigalondo's "Sins of the Father," respectively. For more info check out the official The Profane Exhibit Facebook page, and follow them on The Profane Exhibit Twitter feed (@ProfaneExhibit).
You Want Horror? You Got It! The Fall 2012 Horror Movie Guide! | Shock Till You Drop
BTW, V/H/S is getting a one week run @ the Nuart starting Oct. 5th. Adgy can tell you for sure(he's seen it) but I think this may be a good one to check out w/and audience.
So weird that I actually know the director of Smiley. He was the youngest of all of us aspiring filmmakers and usually got ribbed the most because of it. We quoted Anchorman a lot.
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First Trailer for SIGHTSEERS from KILL LIST Director Ben Wheatley | Collider
Kill List was a mixed bag, especially if you need your movies to have resolution/make sense...this looks a little more clear cut at least.The first trailer for Kill List director Ben Wheatley‘s dark comedy Sightseers has gone online, and it’s pretty damn nutty. The film stars Steve Oram and Alice Lowe as a seemingly nice couple who are taking a trip through the British Isles in his Abbey Oxford caravan. As gleaned in the trailer, the journey soon turns into a killing spree/sex romp, the likes of which you’ve probably never seen before. An appropriately creepy use of Soft Cell’s “Tainted Love” plays over this wondrously weird trailer that makes the film look like a really fun ride. Edgar Wright is an executive producer on the pic, and fans of his work should get a kick out of this hilariously strange story.
Replicas Trailer Replicates Online | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central
Heard good things about this. Dunno, looks like a Funny Games/Strangers kinda vibe. Supposed to have some twists though.
Is Sam Raimi working on a new top-secret horror film? | Blastr
Doc...are ya getting excited yet?"I'd like to make another horror movie, I'm writing one with my brother right now. I'm really looking forward to it." Of course, they couldn't let him drop a bomb like that without giving some details.
Raimi continued, "I'm beginning to think I should not have said anything because I don't want to start looking at it from the outside and looking at it analytically. So, we're going to keep writing it. It's a very simple story about a character, we're trying to figure out what they want, it's all of the basic stuff—how they come involved with this darker force.There's nothing much to tell [yet], I've got a three-page treatment we're working off of right now."
We can't wait until we know the whole story. We thoroughly enjoyed the underrated Drag Me to Hell and would love to see something else in that vein.