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Paramount Home Media has announced a May 15th DVD, Blu-ray, On Deman and Digital Download release for The Devil Inside. The Blu-ray will be made exclusively available at Best Buy.
The Blu-ray will be presented in 1080p high definition with English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio, French 5.1 Dolby Digital, Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital, Portuguese 5.1 Dolby Digital and English Audio Description, as well as English, English SDH, French, Spanish and Portuguese subtitles. The DVD will be presented in widescreen enhanced for 16:9 televisions with English 5.1 Dolby Digital, French 5.1 Dolby Digital, Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital and English Audio Description, as well as English, French and Spanish subtitles.
Shortly after the release of The Devil Inside, director William Brent Bell lined up two new projects. One called The Vatican at Warner Bros. Another at Sierra/Affinity.
The latter yielded the most mystery because - while it was revealed it was going to utilize the found footage technique - the title and plot were being kept under wraps. All that we knew was that it was going to apply found footage to a "classic" horror staple.
After The Devil Inside's big box office debut last week, there was a question of whether or not the horror film could sustain that success in its second weekend. In short, no, it couldn't. With a Mark Wahlberg film, Contraband, and Beauty and the Beast 3D making their debut, The Devil Inside took a bit of a tumble at the box office.
William Brent Bell and Matthew Peterman, of The Devil Inside, are quickly become hot commodities
They have set up a new horror film at Sierra/Affinity that is currently being known as The Untitled Bell/Peterman Project. The production outfit will finance and produce the film with Steven Schneider, Peterman and Morris Paulson.
This is in addition to another deal Bell and Peterman set up earlier this week. On Monday, the duo were attached to The Vatican at Warner Bros.
The Devil Inside, as a possible horror franchise, faces a dilemma. Does it move forward strictly based on its $34.5 million opening? Or, does it take caution and avoid sequel-itis given that it received an "F" Cinemascore? Obviously, the studio could do a sequel with the creators if they strived to do something better. Also, the film's second weekend will likely dictate how everyone proceeds as well. But for right now, there is no rush, says Steven Schneider.
The Wrap spoke with the executive producer recently; you'll find what he had to say after the jump.
Keeping his momentum going, director William Brent Bell has already lined up his next project in the wake of a succeessful opening weekend for The Devil Inside.
He will next direct The Vatican for Warner Bros. The studio picked up a pitch for the movie from writer David Cohen. Roy Lee (The Ring) will produce with a number of others including The Devil Inside's co-writer Matt Peterman.
Hello, 2012! Shock Waves welcomes in the new year with guest co-host Brian Collins of Horror Movie a Day.
In this episode, Collins and host Ryan Turek react to the trailer for the latest contained thriller, ATM, and discuss the upcoming Carrie remake and a new ghost story called HAUNTERS. Reviews include: The Grey, starring Liam Neeson, Richard Stanley's Hardware and The Devil Inside. And for their feature discussion, Collin and Turek analyze Vincenzo Natali's 2010 sci-fi thriller Splice.
As an added bonus... Tune in for an exclusive interview with Tom Savini as he chats about The Theatre Bizarre, the anthology horror film featuring his contribution: "Wet Dreams." Head inside for an exclusive clip from the film.
Already a box office hit just from last night's midnight showings, The Devil Inside has launched a viral website called The Rossi Files that continues the world of the film with new images and video clips from the world of the film.
Well into The Devil Inside, the latest “found footage” exorcism film to hit the screen, the camera is turned on the documentarian filmmaker responsible for all of the footage we’ve been watching. He has just witnessed something astounding and nerve-rattling and - gazing into the camera’s lens, looking at the audience – he offers, “I’ve got nothing to say.”
To us, the audience, perhaps it is a moment of levity, a tension breaker. What could he possibly have to say after what he has seen? On another level, that statement accurately depicts the film as a whole. It has nothing to say and is a half-baked exercise in the “found footage” sub-genre. And just when things are getting slightly interesting – albeit a bit silly – it abruptly calls the story quits.
Days away from release, Paramount has sent along a batch of fresh stills from The Devil Inside which hits theaters this Friday. Head inside for some exorcism madness.
With the release of The Devil Inside almost a week away, a new "clip" has premiered. However, after watching it, I believe this is a clip that's been heavily re-edited to also serve as a teaser preview of sorts as it features multiple scenes.
Head inside for some eerie sights and sounds from this "found footage" exorcism flick opening January 6.
ShockTillYouDrop.com has your exclusive first look at the new billboard and bus shelter art for Paramount Pictures' The Devil Inside, opening in theaters on January 6. Directed by William Brent Bell, the film stars Fernanda Andrade, Isabella Rossi, Simon Quarterman, Evan Helmuth, Ionut Grama, Suzan Crowley, Bonnie Morgan, Brian Johnson, Preston James Hillier and D.T. Carney.
A new photo from Paramount's The Devil Inside presents what it might look like to be an exorcist holding down someone who is possessed.
The supernatural thriller, directed by William Brent Bell, opens in theaters on January 6 and utilizes the "found footage" narrative technique to deliver devilish frights.
Check out the new image inside.
This clip goes to a place you don't expect. At least, that's what I thought when Paramount passed along this exclusive look at The Devil Inside, opening January 6.
The film, directed by William Brent Bell, is the latest entry in horror's faux documentary/"found footage" sub-genre. Like The Last Exorcism before it, it deals with the supernatural, moreover, exorcists. Out of context, I have no clue where this clip fits into the story...but damn.
Well, this is just a little bit messed up. Paramount passed along this new image from its January release The Devil Inside. Look closer. Yes, it's friggin' moving.