Tucker & Dale, Sleepwalker, Buffy vs. Vampirella
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â€¢ Katherine LaNasa (Big Love) is joining Nicholas Cage, John Cusack and Vanessa Hudgens in The Frozen Ground. The film follows Alaskan detective Glenn Flothe (Cage) who sets out to end the murderous rampage of Robert Hansen (Cusack), a serial killer who has gone unnoticed for 13 years. As the bodies of street girls start to add up in Anchorage, fear strikes a chord with the public. [The Hollywood Reporter]
â€¢ From director Oxide Pang (The Eye) comes Sleepwalker. Synopsis: Yee suffers from sleepwalking after a tragic incident and is completely unaware of her strange behavior, but all evidence implies that she is a suspect in a murder case. She crosses paths with Sergeant Au, who is investigating the case of her missing ex-husband. Au follows the clues hidden in Yeeâ€™s dream, but the corpse is nowhere to be found. Did Yee really kill someone when sleepwalking?
Here’s the trailer. Click here for peek at the sales art.
â€¢ Art of the Devil 2‘s Kongkiat Komesiri and Issara Nadee have Dark Flight on the way. Teaser art has surfaced. You’ll find it below.
Synopsis: It starts with a plane crash. Everyone on board is killed, except one. Sunee, a beautiful flight attendant, escapes death almost miraculously. After the investigation, it turns out that the plane has had several accidents before, and every time it was repaired and repainted to regain its normal condition. This confirms for Sunee that the strange hallucinations she saw while working on the plane were not the product of her imagination, but actually spirits of the passengers who died on it. Sunee finds a new job at another airline. She wants to start her life anew, but three years later, the nightmare catches up with her. She learns that the flight that she’ll operate on today will use the same aircraft that crashed three years ago. On this flight Sunee will face the terror that she cannot escape – on the plane that has become the prison for so many spirits and dead souls. This time, they’re determined to take her along on their last flight.
â€¢ Tucker & Dale Versus Evil hits DVD and Blu-ray November 29. Special features include a making of the film and commentary with Alan Tudyk, Tyler Labine and director Eli Craig.
â€¢ David Katzenberg and Seth Grahame-Smith (Dark Shadows, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter) have picked up the rights to the book “Alive in Necropolis.” Based on the 2008 novel by Doug Dorst, the novel, according to EW, “focuses on a rookie cop who begins encountering restless souls while pounding the nighttime beat in the Northern California city. Colma is famous for being the Bay Areaâ€™s go-to place for burials, with 73 percent of its land dedicated to graveyards. About 1,600 people live there, while the underground population soars to around 1.5 million.” [Entertainment Weekly]
â€¢ Daily Motions premieres the first episode of its horror web series Funny Man on October 25.
The Funny Man: Trailer by RIGHT-HOOK-FILMS
â€¢ Drafthouse Films’ has released this trailer for The ABCs of Death film competition, showcasing some of the entries that have been submitted. Currently, there are 25 directors involved. Drafthouse is seeking one more…
â€¢ Dropping a trailer for another zombie movie on you. This one’s called Zombie Apocalypse: Redemption and is available on DVD now.
â€¢ The trailer for John Skipp’s Rose: The Bizarro Zombie Musical, featuring fresh and gory footage designed to show the horror side of this cult film-in-the-making.
“We knew that we hadnâ€™t brought the horror,” he says, “and that people needed to see it to believe it. Thank God for Kickstarter and our supporters, whose contributions allowed us to shoot this new scene, bring the tension and fear that totally balance out the wackiness. We believe this trailer finally shows what Rose is all about, in one compressed kaleidoscope of high-voltage crazy. It also reveals the range of our phenomenal star, Chase McKenna.”
â€¢ Buffy meets Vampirella. Art by Bruce Timm.
Source: Ryan Turek, Managing Editor