Just the other day we directed Repo! The Genetic Opera fans to director Darren Lynn Bousman’s latest mind-f*ck. Bousman – who also got behind the camera for Saw II-IV, Mother’s Day, 11-11-11 and the forthcoming The Barrens – launched an official website for a mysterious new project entitled The Devil’s Carnival. The site featured the following colorful 2-minute long short teaser for the yet-to-be filmed genre flick and a forum to brainstorm with other fans on what the carnival will have to offer.
More goodies has found their way online as the lord of the underworld, Lucifer, has handwritten a letter to the sinners of the world. You can read what he has to say after the break. More details on Devil’s Carnival as they come in. READ MORE
Fans of Repo! The Genetic Opera prepare to salivate. It appears director Darren Lynn Bousman is once again tossing knives in your direction. Bousman – who also got behind the camera for Saw II-IV, Mother’s Day, 11-11-11 and the forthcoming The Barrens – has launched an official website for a mysterious new project entitled The Devil’s Carnival.
The flashy website features a roadshow carnival look alongside a 12-minute long video teaser that follows a pretty hot carney as she fiddles around with a bunch of contraptions. It makes me feel like I’m watching something at EPCOT in Orlando, only it’s charred in the depths of Hell. It’s the perfect Christmas treat!
Anyhow, below you’ll find the teaser banner for the event, with the official website carrying both the teaser video and a forum to chat with other carneys about spending an eternity at The Devil’s Carnival. One please! READ MORE
Bloody Disgusting has learned that Freestyle Releasing will be putting Chicago filmmaker Nicholas Smith’s Munger Road in theaters on September 30. Bruce Davison, Randall Batinkoff, Trevor Morgan, Brooke Peoples, Hallock Beals and Lauren Storm all star.
An official website has been launched that offers a few teases into the supernatural thriller, including the below real video featuring a group of teens taking a trip to the actual Munger Road. You’ll find more feeds at the film’s site.
The only details available are that the pic follows two small town cops who begin a search when four teens go missing the night before the annual Scarecrow Festival.
While the domestic website leaves some room for improvement, BD reader ‘Joseph M.’ pointed us over to the official Canadian website for Wes Craven’s Scream 4 that’s everything you hoped for.
The site celebrates the franchise looking back at the rules, characters and much, much more. Enjoy it here.
In theaters April 15, “Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell), now the author of a self-help book, returns home to Woodsboro on the last stop of her book tour. There she reconnects with Sheriff Dewey (David Arquette) and Gale (Courtney Cox), who are now married, as well as her cousin Jill (Emma Roberts) and her Aunt Kate (Mary McDonnell). Unfortunately Sidney’s appearance also brings about the return of Ghostface, putting Sidney, Gale, and Dewey, along with Jill, her friends, and the whole town of Woodsboro in danger.”