February 20th 2015 will finally see the theatrical release of Adam Green’s long-awaited collaboration with one of our favorite artists, Alex Pardee!
This film has reportedly been in development for the past four years, and if they have accomplished the goal of bringing Pardee’s monstrous creations to life, that time will be very well spent.
For a closer look at some of Alex Pardee’s artwork, check him out on Facebook here, or the artist spotlight we did on his work back in 2012. Adam Green is the director of Hatchet, Spiral, and Frozen, and creator of the very amusing web series Holliston, and it is very exciting to see such a true blue horror geek tackling a unique original horror film!
For everyone who bitches about remakes and unoriginal ideas, here is your chance to get out and support a unique horror concept!
In fact, the cast and crew are even giving horror fans a bigger incentive to get out to the theaters for this film, with the just-announced Touring Through The Marrow!
Beginning on February 12th, the tour will begin in Berkeley California and, according to the ArieScope website, will include a screening of the film before it is officially released, an art exhibit of Pardee’s original artwork that inspired the film alongside never-before-seen concept art and photos from the film’s production, an audience Q&A with Green and Pardee, one of the actual “monsters” from the movie “in person”, plus artwork, books, and other exclusive tour merchandise for sale.
More info about this is available at the website linked above, and a VIP ticket admission will get you everything mentioned above, plus the addition of a limited edition art print from Alex Pardee that will be available on this tour only!
The film opens theatrically and On Demand on February 20th and will hopefully expand to more cities if we all get out there and show our support!
The Blu-Ray release will follow quickly on March 24th and you can support the artists directly by pre-ordering your very own copy autographed by Adam Green right here.
Dig this trailer below!
It has a very modern Nightbreed feeling to me, and I can’t wait to see Alex Pardee’s monsters come to life!