Tag: SXSW

Trilogy Plans For Blumhouse Productions’ “Creep”

April 8, 20140 Comments

Since playing at SXSW, Patrick Brice’s Creep has been receiving a lot of positive attention. The film was written by Brice and Mark Duplass (Jeff, Who Lives At Home). Capitalizing on that success, Blumhouse Productions and Radius TWC are planning to shoot two sequels, creating a trilogy. From the press release, “Radius is proud to announce […]

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“Open Windows” Starring Elijah Wood & Sasha Grey Acquired By Cinedigm

April 2, 20140 Comments

Nacho Vigalondo’s new thriller Open Windows was well received at SXSW this year. Now, his high-tech suspense thriller that is told from a laptop connected to the Internet is getting distribution. Deadline reports that Cinedigm has acquired U.S. distribution rights to the film, which will be released in the late summer or early fall of 2014. Nothing […]

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“13 Sins” Official Red Band Trailer

March 12, 20140 Comments

“13 Sins” made its world premiere at SXSW as a part of the Midnighters section. The thriller is directed by Daniel Stamm (“The Last Exorcism”) from a script he co-wrote with David Birke. Check out the red band trailer below. The picture stars Ron Perlman, Mark Webber, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Rutina Wesley, and Devon Graye. […]

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Updates: Leigh Whannell’s “The Mule,” “Insidious: Chapter 3,” And “Saw 8”

March 12, 20140 Comments

Here are some quick updates coming from SXSW concerning screenwriter/actor Leigh Whannell’s upcoming projects including “The Mule,” “Insidious: Chapter 3,” and the status of “Saw 8.” “The Mule” is a film that Whannell co-wrote with Angus Sampson (Tucker from Insidious), who co-directed the project with Tony Mahoney. Whannell and Sampson also star in the film with Hugo Weaving. […]

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New Poster Celebrates Godzilla’s 60th Anniversary

March 11, 20140 Comments

Yahoo! shared this beautiful Mondo poster for the SXSW premiere of the newly restored version of 1954’s Gojira. Check out the poster designed by Phantom City Creative. Gareth Edwards, the director of the new version, will be hosting a screening of the classic monster movie at the Ritz Alamo Theater in downtown Austin on March 11th at […]

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Dark Sky Films’ “Stake Land” Becomes A Television Series

March 5, 20140 Comments

Dark Sky Films’ successful genre film STAKE LAND is heading to the small screen. TheWrap reports that Jim Mickle and writer/actor Nick Damici are on the verge of teaming again for the small screen version of the post-apocalyptic vampire tale. MPI/Dark Sky’s Greg Newman, who executive produced the movie, is also involved. The series would begin seven years after […]

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