Eli Roth’s most gutsy film yet.
Based on the batsh*t novel of the same name.
It seems like there’s always a catch when two anonymous hotties show up at your house and have sex with you.
Would you let them in?
This is why you don’t help cannibals.
“That’s not funny, Daddy.”
Hint: It wasn’t ‘The Wizard Of Oz’.
‘The For Real Last Exorcism’.
Can’t wait for the ride based on ‘The Death of Mr. Lazarescu’.
Or does he just hate science?
Kelly will take on a more straightforward narrative with his new film ‘Corpus Christi’, though the plot description makes me wonder if deviations into “Fluid Karma” territory are inevitable.
"And THIS is for Pirahna 3D!!!"
With the success of The Last Exorcism under his belt, Eli Roth is ready to produce again. Roth is reteaming with Eric Newman and StudioCanal to make Psycho Killer. The story follows a masked killer on a cross-country murder spree. During his rampage, he kills a highway patrolman and leaves the wife, and fellow officer, behind as a witness. She sets out on the killer's trail to avenge her husband and stop the massacre the killer has planned.
Originally, Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst was attached to direct and "yo, use that Rob Zombie filter," but he has since left the project. Stepping in is producer and first-time director Gavin Polone. He's produced a wide variety of film and television, ranging from "Curb Your Enthusiasm" to "The Gilmore Girls" to Panic Room to Zombieland. He's also Conan O'Brien's manager, and is rumored to have had a huge hand in dragging NBC's shady practices into the press during the Jay/Conan fiasco. So the man can obviously handle a bloodbath. (Variety)
Grindhouse has already been responsible for two spin-off films: Machete and Hobo with a Shotgun. Now Eli Roth has confirmed that he will bring that total to three with a full-length adaptation of his Grindhouse trailer, Thanksgiving.
I’ve been working on the script with my co-writer, Jeff Rendell, who plays the pilgrim in the trailer. And it’s me imitating Jeff’s voice [for the narration]. But Jeff has been working. I said that his deal is he has to work on the script while I’m promoting The Last Exorcism, and as soon as I’m done in mid-September he’s going to fly to California, we’re going to sit down, and bang out the script.
I guess it shouldn't be surprising that most of these trailers are being turned into features. Hollywood is already scraping the bottom of the barrel with adaptations of friggen boardgames. Thanksgiving looks like Citizen Kane in comparison. (Cinema Blend)
The Last Exorcism PG-13, 90min., 2010 Cast: Partrick Fabin, Ashely Bell, Iris Bahr, Louis Hertum, and Caleb Landury Jones Directed by Daniel Stamm Screenplay by Huck Barto and Andreww Gurland…
A lady in the street, but a freak in the bed. A trailer for The Last Exorcism has hit the interwebs, and we couldn't help but notice that the Eli Roth production looks a lot like the first Exorcist. Just like the original, the film follows a young girl possessed by the devil who is walking on the ceiling, contorting her body in horrifying ways and acting like an all-around *sshole. But don't worry. Rumor has it that the film has at least one modern twist. Instead of vomiting split pea soup, the victim upchucks Healthy Choice Hearty Vegetable Barley, a low-calorie alternative for today's health-conscious horror fan. Watch The Last Exorcism trailer below.