"Your friendliness with those Indians doesn't sit too well with some people around here."
We've loaded up a double barrel of sagebrush action for you tonight, with Black Fox, followed by Black Fox: The Price of Peace. The movies follow the lives of "blood" brothers Alan (Christopher Reeve,Superman) and Britt Johnson (Tony Todd, Candyman), a former plantation owner and a former slave, respectively, who leave the the East for the West, settling with their families in Texas in the 1860's. Though they have escaped involvement in the Civil War, Alan and Britt find themselves caught up in the conflict between settlers and the two Native American tribes that have united under Lone Wolf (Raoul Trujillo) to drive the "white man" out of Texas. Tune in for Black Fox at 8:00PM ET / 5:00PM PT, and then stick around for Black Fox: The Price of Peace at 10:00PM ET / 7:00PM PT.black fox & black fox: the price of peace
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With a little over a month before Final Destination 5 opens in theaters, New Line is back to promoting the latest installment in the popular horror franchise, with a new trailer following the release of two new posters.
Like the other entries in the franchise, an unexplained premonition saves a group of people from a catastrophic event, which only temporarily keeps Death from doing his job. The first trailer for Final Destination 5 debuted in May and introduced the movie's general premise, but the latest trailer, released by MetaCafe, focuses on the initial disaster of a suspension bridge and shows Final Destination and Final Destination 2 character Bludworth (Tony Todd) revealing to the survivors a new way to cheat Death. watch the trailer >> Posted 07.07.11 by Ryan
For a while in 2009, Final Destination producer Craig Perry attempted to convince the gullible among us that The Final Destination would be the "final" installment in the franchise. At the time, Perry said that the fourth movie "will probably be the last movie for a variety of reasons" and would "put this thing to bed in a great way".
However, much like the impetus to make The Final Destination, the ringing bell of a cash machine struck as The Final Destination won its opening weekend and went on to earn $186 million worldwide. Hence, Final Destination 5 was announced months later.
But are even more Final Destinations on the way? The answer is yes, according to a DreadCentral interview with horror movie staple Tony Todd, who reprises his Final Destination and Final Destination 2 character of prophetic mortician Bludworth for Final Destination 5. this is no premonition >> Posted 02.03.11 by Ryan
When George Romero directed his 1968 horror classic, Night of the Living Dead, Romero didn't think he would be starting a "zombie" craze that would last for decades. In fact, Romero didn't think of his undead creatures as zombies at all, initially titling his debut work as Night of the Flesh-Eaters, When the title card to the movie was changed, the copyright symbol was not included, placing Romero's seminal work into the public domain and the source for several remakes.
Romero collaborator and special make-up effects artist Tom Savini made a respectable remake in 1990, while an unrespectable 3-D remake followed in 2006. A variety of animators combined to make Night of the Living Dead Reanimated in 2009, leaving comic book graphic artist turned movie director Zebediah de Soto to bring the latest remake, a 3-D, CGI-animated Night of the Living Dead: Origins. De Soto has described the movie as "American-style anime" that will be "an homage" to Romero's original. Origins will move the action to New York City, which de Soto explained was done so there could be "a larger body count" but also so that he could make "an epic zombie movie." So, what are the origins? >> Posted 08.23.10 by Ryan