A trailer was released recently for Rabid, a remake of the 1977 David Cronenberg movie of the same name which is directed by Jen Soska and Sylvia Soska (American Mary), who are better known to horror fans as the Twisted Twins. The Soska sisters also co-wrote the screenplay with John Serge, co-produce, and have roles in the movie as well.
Starring is Laura Vandervoort, who plays Rose. The cast also includes Stephen McHattie, Greg Bryk, Stephen Huszar, Benjamin Hollingsworth, Mackenzie Gray, Lynn Lowry, Lily Gao, Tara Yelland, Hanneke Talbot, Ted Atherton, Tristan Risk, and Phil Brooks (former WWE superstar CM Punk) and his wife A.J. Mendez (former WWE superstar AJ Lee).
You can find more info on Rabid and check out the trailer below.
Paramount Pictures has released the first trailer for mother! from Oscar nominated Requiem for a Dream, The Fountain, The Wrestler, and Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky.
The psychological thriller features an impressive cast, toplined by Academy Award winners Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem as a couple whose relationship is put to the test when uninvited guests show up at their home.
You can read more about mother! and check out the trailer plus a couple of posters for the movie below.
A new clip has been released for an upcoming movie titled Haunter, and you can check it out along with the first trailer if you missed it below.
The movie stars Abigail Breslin as a girl who, along with her family, does the same things each and every day…because she and her family are ghosts. Sorry, not big twist ending here. At least not in relation to their spectral nature. The girl and her family were murdered by a man who’s now back in the house he killed them in, also as a spirit, and she must work with another young girl who is currently living in the house to stop him.
You can check out the new clip and the trailer for Haunter below.
Exit Humanity Netflix Streaming DVD
Directed by John Geddes
Starring Brian Cox, Mark Gibson, Dee Wallace, Bill Moseley, Stephen McHattie, Jordan Hayes, Adam Seybold
Foresight Features and The Collective
Originally Released: September 18, 2011
So what does the zombie movie Exit Humanity have to do with my Thanksgiving celebration? Please endure (and indulge) me while I explain a little.
Several years ago, I found myself in a position where I was going to be alone for Thanksgiving. I decided rather than do nothing; I would create my own unique personal tradition for the November holiday: I would cook up some good quality Italian sausage in place of the stereotypical turkey, and watch some zombie movies.
This may not be traditional, but look at it this way: while you were putting up with Aunt Ethyl embarking on a diatribe about Obama being an Antichrist as she shovels bad stuffing into her pie-hole, I was escaping into a kick-ass zombie apocalypse set during the U.S. Civil War era.