When Sinister 2 moves into production this summer, it will do so under the direction of Ciaran Foy. Sinister helmer Scott Derrickson broke the news to his Twitter followers this evening.
Film begins this July for Blumhouse Productions and eOne.
Why is this good news? Because Foy directed the UK thriller Citadel, a quiet, disturbing film which impressed me in 2012. It’s exciting to see him on board another project and making his U.S. debut.
Shock has learned director Robert Mearns has completed the slasher film Kill Game, starring Joe Adler, Laura Ashley Samuels, Pierson Fode , Ryan Carr and Tommy Beardmore. The film sounds like this is a feature take on a short he helmed in 2012 entitled Prank.
Aftermath (the film we’ve been covering under the title Remnants) gets a limited theatrical/VOD from Image Entertainment on July 18th. Some new poster art has floated our way along with two new images we’re adding to the batch that have been lurking in our gallery for a bit now. You can check out a trailer here as well that we debuted when the film was first making its festival run.
After a nuclear apocalypse becomes a reality, nine strangers find themselves holed up together in a farmhouse cellar. These would-be survivors are faced with dwindling supplies, radioactive air and the greatest threat of all – the hordes of zombie-like refugees who want in.
Have you had enough of supernatural entertainment or are you ready for more? On April 25th, Lionsgate and Hammer Films bring us The Quiet Ones, starring Jared Harris, Olivia Cooke and Sam Claflin.
Today, the studio released a third, and presumably “final,” trailer in anticipation of the film’s release.
The recently put together IDW Entertainment has announced a new partnership with George Lopez and his Travieso Production Company to bring Ben Templesmith's outlandish comic series Wormwood: Gentleman Corpse to television as an animated series. David M. Stern of "The Simpsons" will write the pilot episode and executive produce the series with Templesmith serving as a creative consultant.…
The team at SpectreVision – Elijah Wood, Daniel Noah and Josh C. Waller – are finding success with their new banner. Their latest film, LFO, has just been picked up by MPI Media Group for distribution. It will be released by Dark Sky Films.
Writer-director Antonio Tublen’s film is a darkly satiric look at our modern obsession with technology and the toll it can take on human interaction.
We’re getting word today that Briana Evigan (pictured in Mother’s Day here) and Lance Henricksen are toplining the upcoming horror film Paranormal Island (aka Caretaker).
Ben Elliott, Randy Wayne and Sarah Karges also star in the film from stuntman-turned-director Marty Murray. Paranormal Island, now in post-production, marks his directorial debut. Here’s the synopsis.
Later this year, Lionsgate will release the supernatural thriller Jessabelle, another Blumhouse production, starring Mark Webber of 13 Sins, now on VOD and in theaters.
Our brother site, ComingSoon.net, caught up to Webber to speak about the latter film and got him to comment on Jessabelle, opening August 29th.