This morning we have the trailer to Deep Blue Sea 3. I’m not expecting Jaws or even Deep Blue Sea goodness, but will check it out when it hits cable.
The #OfficialTrailer for #DeepBlueSea3. From director John Pogue (The Quiet Ones), comes the killer third installment of the shark franchise. Starring #TaniaRaymonde, Nathaniel Buzolic, Emerson Brooks, Bren Foster & Reina Aoi. On Digital 7/28 and Blu-ray 8/25.
Finally the trailer for Train to Busan Presents Peninsula has arrived. The action has ramped up but will it have the heart of the original? I’m excited to find out.
Four years after South Korea’s total decimation in TRAIN TO BUSAN, the zombie thriller that captivated audiences worldwide, acclaimed director Yeon Sang-ho brings us PENINSULA, the next nail-biting chapter in his post-apocalyptic world. Jung-seok, a soldier who previously escaped the diseased wasteland, relives the horror when assigned to a covert operation with two simple objectives: retrieve and survive. When his team unexpectedly stumbles upon survivors, their lives will depend on whether the best—or worst—of human nature prevails in the direst of circumstances.
Here we have the poster and trailer for Blood Vessel. I love the painted poster and the trailer has left me wanting to watch the movie!
Coming to VOD and On Demand on July 21st
Screen Fervor’s Jeremy Herbert hails the film as, “…impressive, original, and, most importantly, terrifying” while Culture Crypt’s Ian Sedensky says it’s, “…a terrific thriller with streamlined style that’s simply refreshingly entertaining.”
Co-written by Jordan Prosser, the film was co-written and directed by Justin Dix, award-winning special effects supervisor and director of Wicked of Oz studios. He has worked on such films as The Babadook, 100 Bloody Acres, Crawlspace, The Loved Ones, and Lake Mungo, on top of dozens others.
BLOOD VESSEL stars Alyssa Sutherland (VIKINGS), Robert Taylor (THE MATRIX), Nathan Phillips (SNAKES ON A PLANE), Christopher Kirby (DAYBREAKERS), John Lloyd Fillingham (HUNTERS), and Alex Cooke (PREACHER).
The film was produced by Justin Dix, Steven Matusko, Steven McKinnon, and Nathan Phillips with Veronica Sive, Silvio Salom, and William Byerley as co-producers. Corey Trent Ackerman, Jeff Harrison, and Brett Thornquest act as executive producers.
WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS BEGAN AS A SHORT FILM, AND HAS TURNED INTO A FRANCHISE.
(I did know that What We Do in the Shadows is a television adaptation of Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement’s What We Do In the Shadows movie. I’ve seen and loved it! What I didn’t know was the movie was an offshoot of their short film, What We Do in The Shadows: Interviews With Some Vampires. I will have to look for the short film! – Craig)
WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS HOSTED AN EPIC GATHERING OF POP CULTURE VAMPIRES.
(In addition to a perfect cast, What We Do In the Shadows features a variety of guest stars such as Mark Hamill, Wesley Snipes, Craig Robinson, Haley Joe Osment, Taika Waititi, Tilda Swinton, Danny Trejo, Paul Reubens and Dave Bautista. – Craig)
WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS CONSTANTLY REMINDS US THAT VAMPIRES ARE HUMANS, TOO.
(THAT is it! They are so relatable… except for the drinking human blood and turning into bats and stuff. – Craig)
If you haven’t checked out What We Do In the Shadows, please consider giving it a shot.
Follows five battle-hardened American soldiers assigned to hold a French Chateau near the end of World War II. Formerly occupied by the Nazi high command, this unexpected respite quickly descends into madness when they encounter a supernatural enemy far more terrifying than anything seen on the battlefield.
Directed by: Eric Bress
Starring: Brenton Thwaites, Theo Rossi, Kyle Gallner, Skylar Astin & lan Ritchson
#Alive (#살아있다) is an upcoming Korean action thriller directed by Cho Il-hyung, adapted from #Alone the screenplay of Hollywood screenwriter Matt Naylor. It stars Yoo Ah-in and Park Shin-hye. It will be released in 2020.
A city was infected by a mysterious virus, which causes the city getting out of control and being closed-off, leaving two survivors completely isolated and struggle to live in the critical situation.
Fans of Rod Serling’s Night Gallery television series are going to be happy to hear about RodSerling’sNightGallery: TheArtofDarkness by Scott Skelton and Jim Benson. Every week Rod Serling would introduce each Night Gallery story by talking about a painting representing the tale to be presented. The book will be a treasure trove for fans…
The nearly 300-page book is brimming with hundreds of rare, behind-the-scenes photos and artwork. It documents each of the paintings, and traces the complicated (and often twisted) tale of how these iconic masterpieces slowly disappeared from view — only to find their way back, lovingly displayed in two gallery exhibits for appreciative connoisseurs 50 years later.
I saw the MGM 31 Day Movie Challenge and thought it would be fun to play along. Except for days that ask for a very specific movie I’m going to use favorite films that are great but less likely to be chosen. Here we go…
Day 1: Movie I’ve watched the most – Rocky. No surprise there. Also in the running would be some other Stallone films, Enter the Dragon with John Wick and World War Z offering some newer challenges to the throne of most watched.
Day 2: Movie that makes me cry – Saving Private Ryan. When old man Ryan asks if he is a good man.
Day 3: Movie that make me laugh – Steamboat Bill, Jr. Made over 90 years ago by the great Buster Keaton. It’s a silent film that still resonates.
Day 4: Movie with a number in the title – District B13 (2004). A little know action film with tons of parkour and fun.
Day 5: Movie with a teacher – Rope directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Two college men host a dinner party with their murder victim hidden in the same room. James Stewart plays their college professor.
Day 6: Movie from the 90s – Last of the Mohicans. I’ve been wanting to watch this again… now even more!
Day 7: Favorite musical – The Wizard of Oz! Musicals aren’t my favorite genre, but The Wizard of Oz is one of my all-time favorite movies.
Day 8: Movie from the 80s – Nighthawks. Sly Stallone is ahead of the curve with a buddy movie about terrorism in the United States. At the time a lot of folks thought and said, “That could never happen here.”
Day 9: Movie with a person’s name in the title – Rambo. Stallone returns to the character with one of the best films of the series.
Day 10: Movie that reminds you of your mom – Conan, the Barbarian. My wife and I took my mom to see it and she spent the last half of the movie in the lobby. She hated it.
Day 11: Movie with a color in the title – Black Rain. Another under-rated film.
Day 12: Your favorite Rom-Com – The Apartment. I’m not a huge Jack Lemmon or Shirley MacLaine fan, but they are perfect in The Apartment.
Day 13: Movie from the year I was born – Elevator to the Gallows. A man murders his boss who is also the husband of his mistress. Unexpected events lead the police to his trail…
Day 14: Your favorite horror flick – Night of the Living Dead. George Romero’s movie’s impact is felt to this day.
Day 15: A movie from the 70s – Enter the Dragon. The best Bruce Lee and martial arts movie of all-time. Pure perfection.
Day 16: Your favorite movie to quote: Rocky Balboa. “Life ain’t all sunshine and roses… It’s not how hard you can hit. It’s how hard you can be hit and…”
Day 17: Movie from the 60’s – Requiem for a Heavyweight. One of the best boxing movies of all time. Written by Rod Serling, directed by Ralph Nelson and starring Anthony Quinn, Jackie Gleason and Mickey Rooney.
Day 18: Film based on a book – To Kill a Mockingbird. Classic book and classic movie.
Day 19: Favorite Action/Adventure movie: Since I’ve listed Enter the Dragon, Rocky and Rambo and because John Wick is an obvious choice, I’m going with The Adventures of Robin Hood directed by Michael Curtiz and starring Errol Flynn in his greatest role.
Day 20: Favorite comedy – The Great Race. I’ve come to love this movie more with every viewing! (Maybe I’m more of a Jack Lemmon fan than I knew.)
Day 21: First movie I saw in a theater – It may have been Goldfinger, Help! or Mary Poppins.
Day 22: Movie that stars my favorite actor or actress – Cop Land. Sly held his own with Deniro, Keitel and Liotta.
Day 23: Favorite cult classic – From Dusk Till Dawn. I love this film!
Day 24: Favorite film series – Rocky. No surprise there.
Day 25: Favorite remake – Dawn of the Dead directed by Zack Snyder.
Day 26: Favorite Holiday Movie – National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. (Yeah, I love A Christmas Story, too.)
Day 27: Movie with the Best Soundtrack – Sharkey’s Machine directed and starring Burt Reynolds. More folks should give that soundtrack a play.
Day 28: Movie made by my Favorite Director – Paradise Alley directed by Sylvester Stallone. His first directorial effort and it is under-rated.
Day 29: Favorite Animated movie – The Incredibles.
Day 30: Favorite Childhood movie – The original Planet of the Apes!
Day 31: Movie that starts with the first letter of your name: Cabin in the Sky. Made in 1943 with an all black cast and it is amazing. One of my all-time favorites.
Did someone say the start of a zombie apocalypse? Yep and we have the poster and trailer to The Clearing to prove it.
Set at the dawn of a zombie apocalypse, The Clearing unfolds amid tensions between Tom (McIntyre) and his wife (Sydelle Noel) over his parental responsibilities and the time he spends with his young daughter Mira (Smith). Tom takes Mira on a camping trip, only to discover the impending disaster that leaves the pair trapped in a clearing in the woods, fighting to make it out alive.
Above is one of the posters for Ashfall and below is the official International Ashfall trailer. I like the looks of both the poster and trailer and look forward to seeing the movie. If you agree, click over to FirstShowing and you can check out another Ashfall poster and teaser.
Russell Crowe is Unhinged and we have the trailer to prove it!
Academy Award winner Russell Crowe stars in Unhinged, a timely psychological thriller that explores the fragile balance of a society pushed to the edge, taking something we’ve all experienced- road rage – to an unpredictable and terrifying conclusion. Rachel (Caren Pistorius) is running late to work when she has an altercation at a traffic light with a stranger (Crowe) whose life has left him feeling powerless and invisible. Soon, Rachel finds herself and everyone she loves the target of a man who decides to make one last mark upon the world by teaching her a series of deadly lessons. What follows is a dangerous game of cat and mouse that proves you never know just how close you are to someone who is about to become unhinged.