Have you ever thought to yourself, “wouldn’t that be great if “they” made a horror film for all the holidays, not just Halloween; I’d have horror films to watch all year long.”? Have you completely overlooked gems like Uncle Sam, New Years Evil, and Mother’s Day? Do you have a short attention span? Well wake up, dummy! You’re in luck! Join us as we tear into ho-liday horror themed anthology Holidays. We also wonder at first world privilege, get gross on guts, fiddle with our joysticks, whistle through Westeros, and burp…a lot. It was kinda fun in a necrophile sort of way; it’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 66!
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A24 has announced a September 19, 2014 release for Kevin Smith’s Tusk, while also releasing a debut trailer at the San Diego Comic-Con.
Smith also released the first image (below) for the flick depicting the film’s antagonist (Justin Long) and protagonist (Michael Parks) in what looks to be an awkward conversation. Continue reading →
A24 shared the first official poster (left) for their upcoming horror film, Tusk, about a man (Justin Long) who is surgically turned into a walrus by a mysterious seafarer (Michael Parks).
The pic, inspired by The Human Centipede, also stars Haley Joel Osment and Genesis Rodriguez. It was acquired by A24 for release later this year.
Remember when Kevin Smith said something to the effect of “I’m going to make Clerks 3, then retire”? Apparently that’s coming after a few directorial detours.
Looks like Smith is will be making a third horror film, Anti-Claus. He just wrapped up Tusk and is recycling a good part of the cast (Justin Long, Haley Joel Osment, Genesis Rodriguez and Michael Parks) for his Christmas Krampus contribution. Continue reading →
We’re all really excited about Kevin Smith’s newest venture into horror, with the film Tusk which follows a podcaster who sets out to interview an eccentric, reclusive old seafarer, only to find himself a plaything in the gruesome plot of a deranged killer. Today we bring you a new poster (left) for the film, done by Michael Scott Murphy. To say I NEED this is an understatement.
Kevin Smith’s “retirement” is turning out to be more productive than his directorial career. Since “retiring” the director of Clerks recently wrapped principal photography on his podcast-inspired horror flick Tusk and already has another script at the ready, breaking the news on his Facebook page:
It took us less than a month, but Andy and I have finished the screenplay for a flick we’re calling COMES THE KRAMPUS! It’s 99 pulse-pounding pages of what’s essentially SModCo’s CREEPSHOW, with four terrifying tales stitched together by a freaky framing device.”