Here's your chance to win a copy of the upcoming action-horror film starring Vinnie Jones (X-Men: The Last Stand, Snatch), Michael Matthias, rap superstar DMX (Romeo Must Die), Rachelle Leah, Michael Madsen (Reservoir Dogs, Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2), tattooed reality star Kat Von D ("L.A. Ink") and Armand Assante ("Gotti," American Gangster, Judge Dredd).
"Middle Ages Drama" is undeniably a genre of period film which thankfully hasn't been mined to death by Hollywood in the past decade. Rarely in our everyday life do we contemplate the Bubonic Plague, a.k.a. the "Black Death," which decimated roughly one-quarter of the human race and half of Europe's population, carried by rats and causing serious shockwaves throughout the Middle Ages. Many of us might think back to the classic Monty Python routines wherein the troupe asked villagers to "Bring out yer dead," and we fondly remember the "I'm not quite dead" sketch, where an almost-dead unfortunate blurts out weak protests as he is piled onto a truck full of bodies ravaged by The Plague. Director Christopher Smith gives us a decidedly non-comic - and quite brilliant - view of the Middle Ages in his new film "Black Death," led by veteran actor Sean Bean
Voting members of The Golden Raspberry Award Foundation have sifted through the cinematic rubble of last year’s Berry Worst Achievements in Film, and come up with the “winners” for The 31st Annual RAZZIE® Awards.
Intrepids #1 begins with the intriguing tag line “Mad scientists are a disease. Meet the cure.” and a pretty well done action sequence. It however loses momentum quickly to become something that is derivative and creepy with inconsistent art quality from panel to panel.
In another image from the project's Vancouver set, director Kevin Tancharoen, reveals another character from the Mortal Kombat mythology while offering a first glimpse at the fantasy element of the series.
Merchandise manufacturer NECA, who produce licensed collectibles based on movies, television shows and video games, are leading the charge with Green Lantern products; check out their latest batch of items here.
From the director of About a Boy comes A BETTER LIFE – a touching, poignant, multi-generational story about a father’s love and the lengths a parent will go to give his child the opportunities he never had.
In a recent interview, the Kick-Ass actor cites Mark Neveldine's intense directing style, the increase of adrenaline and his portrayal of both Johnny Blaze and the Ghost Rider as examples of the film's drastically different angle.
Having traumatized the childhoods of many youngsters with hits films Nightmare Before Christmas and James and the Giant Peach, Henry Selick has renamed his Cinderbiter Productions in June 2010 as an effort to make more horror themed stop-motion films.