If you like horror anthologies like V/H/S, The ABCs of Death or S-VHS, then you might want to put Sanitarium on your radar. A new red-band trailer is now available for the picture, which features segments directed by Bryan Ramirez, Kerry Valderrama and Bryan Oritz. Sanitarium features a trio of stories that each take place within the titular institution and focus on a different patient. Malcolm McDowell, who narrates the trailer, appears to be the head doctor who likely connects each of the segments together. Also starring Robert Englund, Lacey Chabert, Lou Diamond Phillips and John Glover, Sanitarium will make its world premiere on March 1st at the Miami International Film Festival. Hit the jump to watch the red-band trailer.
Today, the 2012 Sundance Film Festival announced their In-Competition line-up, and that means we’re about to get a boatload of new images from upcoming films. After the jump you’ll find synopses and the first images from The End of Love (starring Mark Webber, Michael Cera, and Amanda Seyfried), Filly Brown (starring Gina Rodriguez, Lou Diamond Phillips, and Edward James Olmos), The First Time (starring Dylan O’Brien, Brittany Robertson, and Craig Roberts), and The Surrogate (starring John Hawkes, Helen Hunt, and William H. Macy).
The 2012 Sundance Film Festival runs from January 19 – 29th.
If you’re a fan of Stargate Universe, you’re going to enjoy my video interview with Alaina Huffman. That’s because unlike a typical junket interview that lasts four to five minutes and you can only scratch the surface, yesterday afternoon I sat down with 1st Lt. Tamara Johansen (who she plays on SGU) for an extended interview. During our conversation she talked about how things are going on season two and what it’s really like on set, conventions, Comic-Con, twitter, being a series regular for the first time, what happened when she told the producers she was pregnant, and I also asked some questions people sent me on twitter. If you’re watching SGU, you’re going to like the behind the scenes stories.
Also, the folks at MGM have given me a new Kino to premiere and it’s the 25th one called “Drops the Sirs”. The Kino is a conversation between Greer (Jamil Walker Smith) and Scott (Matthew Scott) and it concerns a recent episode where someone was left on a planet.
Hit the jump to watch both videos. And if you’re not watching SGU, you’re missing out on a great show.
As I said last week when I gave away some autographed posters, I watched the first few episodes of “Stargate Universe” and was impressed. I thought “SGU” has a great concept and if they do it right, it could be some really cool TV. To help promote the show, Syfy held a press day on the Vancouver set and I was lucky enough to go.
While I usually have to transcribe on-set interviews, Syfy gave us all DVDs of the event! This means you can watch the entire conversation with the cast. And now that many of you have seen the first two episodes of “SGU”, I think you’ll really enjoy seeing the cast talk about their characters and what’s coming up. Hit the jump to see the interview and read my thoughts about the set of “Stargate Universe”: