Film director and screenwriter
Neil Marshall (born 25 May 1970) is an English film director, editor and screenwriter. Marshall began his career in editing and in 2002 directed his first feature film Dog Soldiers, which became a cult film. He followed up with the critically acclaimed horror film The Descent in...Wikipedia
Born: 25th May, 1970, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, UK
Height: 6' 1" (185 cm)
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Scared of the Dark, Officially Announced on the website of the Japanese movie production company "Omega Project".
The horror film will be directed by Takashi Shimizu (The Grudge) Neil Marshall (Rumored. The Descent, Doomsday).
The film will take place in Los Angeles according to Omega Project.
About the film's story, it was promised before the end of the week. Read More
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One of the hottest ladies to be found, Olga Kurylenko continues to push forth with an impressive career.
The Ukrainian-born beauty has been juggling her high-paying ad campaign gigs while also working her way into more and more film endeavors - with her most recent work being titled "Centurion".
The Neil Marshall film finds release in the States on July 30th, with a synopsis reading: "A splinter group of Roman soldiers fight for their lives behind enemy lines after their legion is decimated in a devastating guerrilla attack."
Aside from... Read More
Posted by Dawn_light93 4 years ago
...the reason horror films are being made is that distributors and financiers see a way of making easy money. The genre is riding a wave of popularity that it hasn`t enjoyed in a long time. It has broken out of the hardcore audience section and is reaching a much more broad-based audience.
Take what's yours
Captain Flint and his pirates, twenty years prior to Robert Louis Stevenson's classic "Treasure Island".
Engaged to writer Axelle Carolyn (May 2007).
Member of the unofficial "Splat Pack," a term coined by film historian Alan Jones in Total Film magazine for the modern wave of directors making brutally violent horror films. The other "Splat Pack" members are Alexandre Aja, Darren Lynn Bousman, Greg Mclean, Eli Roth, James Wan, Leigh Whannell & Rob Zombie.