Wednesday, July 26, 2006

new Tooth Fairy movie to bury all copies of Darkness Falls in Atari landfill...

I think that the video for Captain Ahab's 'Snakes on the Brain' from the Snakes on a Plane soundtrack will be put up tonight by myself and director Lawrence Klein and this version will be a Quicktime file.

Did you notice that my review for Pulse is one of the only ones up on the web so far?
Read it.

All those crushed E.T. Atari cartridges are being dug up to make room for burying large quantities of Darkness Falls DVDs that are gathering dust on retailers shelves and in Sony warehouses. The reason? A new Tooth Fairy movie has been made to revitalize the genre and do tooth fairy splatter right. The press release from Anchor Bay:

Remember the innocence of putting a tooth under a pillow at night and finding it mysteriously transformed into a reward the next morning? My, how times have changed…Anchor Bay Entertainment, an IDT Entertainment Company, extracts the dark side of a beloved childhood ritual with The Tooth Fairy ! Co-written and produced by legendary producer Stephen J. Cannell (“The A Team”, “Hunter”, “Profit”, “21 Jump Street”) and featuring such horror alums as P.J. Soles ( Halloween, The Devil's Rejects ) and Jesse Hutch ( Freddy Vs. Jason ) , The Tooth Fairy turns the innocent fairy tale into the ultimate nightmare! Presented uncut with never-before-seen footage, The Tooth Fairy also offers bonus features, including an audio commentary and behind-the-scenes interviews, that viewers can really sink their teeth into! Open wide for The Tooth Fairy on August 8, 2006 , with an SRP of $19.98. Pre-book date is June 28th.

Directed by Chuck Bowman from a teleplay by Stephen J. Cannell, Corey Strode and Cookie Rae Brown and starring Carrie Fleming (“Masters of Horror: Dario Argento's Jenifer”), The Tooth Fairy rips to shreds the whimsical icon. Amid the idyllic splendor of the Northern California woods, a quaint country inn offers respite for the weary traveler. It also harbors a dark secret. Almost sixty years earlier, it was the crumbling home of a malevolent witch who lured in children, stole their teeth, butchered their bodies, and cursed their souls to wander the earth forever. Now, the witch's slumber has been disturbed, and her vengeful spirit seeks the slaughter of all who stay there. And for one eleven -year-old girl with a loose molar and an active imagination, the ultimate horror begins with a visit from The Tooth Fairy...

plenty of extras, uncut version, etc...

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