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.
After the departure of Deadpool director Tim Miller, 20th Century Fox and star Ryan Reynolds have been on the hunt for a new director for Deadpool 2. The only director that’s been mentioned as a possibility so far has been David Leitch (John Wick).
One of the issues with Hollywood today is that not enough women are being hired to make bigger movies, especially comic book movies. And as it turns out, there’s a solution readily available to solve both of these things. Two of them, in fact! Sibling duo Jen Soska and Sylvia Soska, better known to their fans as the Twisted Twins, who are itching to get behind the camera for a Deadpool flick.
Showtime has released a trailer for an upcoming documentary fans of October will be able to get behind.
The doc is titled Why Horror? and it simply follows the world of the horror genre and its many forms around the world, with insight from horror directors like John Carpenter, George A. Romero, Eli Roth, Twisted Twins Jen Soska and Sylvia Soska, and more, all led by horror fanatic Tal Zimerman.
You can check out the official trailer for Why Horror? below.
A new adaptation of Jimmy Palmiotti and Joe Quesada‘s ’90s comic Painkiller Jane is on the way, and a director for the project has been chosen. Directors, in fact.
The Twisted Twins, Jen Soska and Sylvia Soska, will direct the adaptation, which follows a cop who goes undercover and ends up almost dead. But instead of dying, she develops new abilities—regenerative abilities that allow her to take an insane amount of damage and heal quickly—and uses them to become the vigilante known as Painkiller Jane.