Stalked: Host sequel has monsters; Doomsday R rated; Baby's Room released
A few little titbits have caught my eye this evening.
Neil Marshall's Doomsday has received an R rating, The Host sequel is to have multiple monsters instead of the one, and Álex de la Iglesia's The Baby's Room is being released on DVD.
Neil Marshall just posted on his MyMarketingSpace site that Doomsday has received an R rating from the MPAA, in his own words:
“It's exactly what I wanted and pretty much what I expected. Rarely have the words "strong bloody violence, language and some sexual content/nudity" sounded as good!”
Doesn't that fill you with immense hope for the film?
“The story is set in 2003 when the restoration was at an early stage. Principal characters, such as street vendors, demolition contractors, and policemen are involved with the disorder and conflict caused by the restoration— one of which is, or course, the monsters from underground.”
Álex de la Iglesia's excellent La habitación del niño (The Baby's Room) (Filmstalker review) will be getting a DVD release, along with the other films in the Six Films to Keep You Awake series. The boxset will have all six films and is to be released in Spain with English subtitles. Twitch have the link for buying the DVD which has Blame, To Let, The Baby's Room, The Christmas Tale, A Real Friend and Spectre.