Starring Danny Trejo as a revived corpse, Anthony Michael Hall as an unlikely evil sheriff, and Mickey Rourke as the Devil, and directed by Dead Race 2 and Scorpion King 3 director Roel Reiné, Dead in Tombstone is not just straight-to-video. Dead in Tombstone is eternally-to-video, long-predicted as a theoretical disc spinning in the ether, forever maintaining balance between the Eric Roberts catalog and the infinite abyss of National Lampoon's titles, thus completing the Unified Home Entertainment Model (starring Treat Williams). Now, at long last, visual confirmation of its existence:
The rest of Dead in Tombstone's existence will be realized on December 31. On DVD and Blu-ray.
Continuing to let his Wrestler prestige melt away like the features on his face, Mickey Rourke has agreed to star with Anthony Michael Hall and Danny Trejo in Dead in Tombstone, an action-adventure from the director of The Scorpion King 3: Battle for Redemption and multiple Dea... / Continue →
When Géla Babluani's 13 Tzameti started earning a solid reputation for appearances at Sundance and other film festivals, American producers took notice--but they had some improvements for the young director to make on his taut, Russian roulette thriller: "Hey, how about some co... / Continue →
When you've got Bill Murray and Mickey Rourke sharing scenes in your film, how can you go wrong? Add some Megan Fox acting, and trap some prosthetic angel wings on her, you say? Apparently so, because reviews for Mitch Glazer's Passion Play have not been kind, and despite its s... / Continue →