Producer Eli Roth’s supernatural frightener The Last Exorcism is set to arrive on DVD and Blu-ray in the States on Jan. 4 (Dec. 27 in the U.K.). To promote the home editions during the holiday season, Lionsgate has released a sexy clip featuring one of Santa’s naughty little helpers performing a little striptease for your viewing pleasure.
If you’ve been good, take a look:
Directed by Daniel Stamm (A Necessary Death), The Last Exorcism employs shaky-cam techniques to capture an evangelical minister’s last exorcism in documentary fashion. The film stars Ashley Bell, Patrick Fabian (Pig), Iris Bahr (The Poughkeepsie Tapes), Jamie Alyson Caudle (Jonah Hex), Louis Herthum (Mutants), and Tony Bentley (The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans).
Thanks to the friendly degenerates at HorrorAsylum for the clip.
Relativity Media wants you to imagine how your life would change if you could just take a pill that allows you to become the perfect you. In my case, that would mean being able to eat one of those giant 10-pound burgers I see on the Food Network.
For Bradley Cooper’s character in director Neil Burger’s Limitless (previously entitled Dark Fields), the drug allows him to go from slacker/writer to motivated rich guy. Of course, he also finds the kind of trouble that one avoids by keeping their aspirations low.
Peep the trailer:
See? I’m telling you: stick to the 10-pound burger. You won’t get to bang Abbie Cornish, but you won’t feel like jumping off a tall building.
Based on the book by Alan Glynn, Dark Fields is the story of a struggling copy-writer (Cooper) who finds financial success after stealing an experimental pharmaceutical drug called MDT-48 that makes people smarter, but slows down their perception of time.
Little Fockers star and 2005 Playboy cover model Teri Polo is set to star in director Josef Rusnak’s (The Thirteenth Floor) abduction thriller Beyond. She joins a cast that includes Jon Voight (Transformers), Julian Morris (Sorority Row), and Dermot Mulroney (Zodiac).
Currently being shot in Alaska on a reported $10 million budget, Beyond follows a veteran detective and a television psychic as they attempt to find a missing child. Polo, still a looker at 41, will play the child’s mother, Voight’s daughter.
Polo also stars in director Joe Dante’s upcoming supernatural thriller The Hole 3-D. Her horror creds include the 2009 ghost tale The Beacon and the awesome—but short lived—Fox television series “Brimstone,” in which she played Ashur Badaktu, the damned priestess who orchestrates the escape of 113 souls from hell.
Director Patrick Lussier and writer Todd Farmer, the mad geniuses behind 3-D thrill rides Drive Angry and My Bloody Valentine, have been tapped by Dimension Films to reboot Clive Barker’s beloved 1987 frightener Hellraiser.
We want to pull from the world that Clive created. Specifically that’s what we wanted to do. In that original film he opened so many interesting doorways and opportunities that that’s what we want to explore– always keeping in mind what he had done and how he did it and just working within that world.
The idea was that if we’re going to do it, let’s be epic. There’s a part of this world that we’re never allowed to see because there’s never been the resources to show it, so let’s show it.
Lussier goes on to dispel rumors that the Hellraiser reboot would be teen oriented. He does not, however, confirm or deny if his Drive Angry star Amber Heard will star in the film. Here’s hoping Doug Bradley is brought back to portray Cenobite leader Pinhead.
Dimension Films has also got a straight-to-DVD Hellraiser flick coming down the pike entitled Hellraiser: Revelations. It stars former “La Femme Nikita” TV starlet Peta Wilson.
The original Hellraiser film is the only one in the franchise directed by creator Clive Barker (it was based on his novella “The Hellbound Heart”). The 57-year-old British author regrettably sold the rights to the Hellraiser universe before the first film hit theaters in 1987.