We finally have an official air date for Liz's Lifetime movie Killing Daddy! It will premiere on July 5th, 2014 at 8 PM, as Liz just confirmed on her Twitter. With Animal coming out in 4 days and Killing Daddy we will for sure have a Liz-(and horror!)-filled summer! Which of the movies are you looking forward to most?
Just ten days left until the release of Liz's Chiller TV movie Animal, and the movie is now available for pre-order on iTunes! Click here to view the iTunes page. It comes as a HD version for $19.99 or $14.99 for standard definition. The movie will be released on June 17!
The movie will also be showing in select theaters for a limited time:
You can find more information on how and where to watch the movie on the official website, DoNotFeedTheAnimal.com.
With the release of Animal closing in, Chiller TV has released the first stills and promotional pictures of the movie. You can check them out in our gallery:
Movie & TV > 2014 > Animal > Promotional Pictures
Movie & TV > 2014 > Animal > Stills
The movie does not have a release date yet, but it is supposed to come out this year. A trailer is set to be released soon. You can find some more information on the movie on IMDb.
Many of you probably remember the photo shoot Liz did for Melanie Mills' make-up & beauty book, Glitter & Glam. A few days ago, the two of them collaborated again and got together for a beautiful vintage photo shoot! I have added three medium quality pictures to our gallery, check them out below:
Photoshoots > Gleam by Melanie Mills
“For me it is a classic horror film in the sense that there is screaming, and it’s gory, and the killings are so amazing,” says rapper and actress Eve about her new film, Animal. Well, that does tick many of the crucial horror film boxes.
In addition to Eve, Animal stars Keke Palmer, Amaury Nolasco, Parker Young, Joey Lauren Adams, Elizabeth Gillies, Paul Iacono, Thorsten Kaye, and Jeremy Sumpter, and concerns a group of friends being pursued by a blood-thirsty predator. The film is directed by Brett Simmons (The Monkey’s Paw) and written by Thommy Hutson (Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy) and Catherine Trillo. Animal is produced by Drew Barrymore’s Flower Films, which also oversaw the recently-released-to-VOD horror movie Happy Camp.
Animal itself is hitting theaters and VOD on June 17 and will then premiere on Chiller.
Liz Gillies has designed her own line of ArteStile tweezersand manicure kits. In this interview, she talks about her influences for the designs and why she loves the products so much.
You can buy your own set of tweezers designed by Liz here!
"A campy indulgence. My tribute to Peggy Lee's "Is That All There Is?" - Enjoy ;)"
Fear lives in the dark: The blood-pumping first trailer for Drew Barrymore's horror film, Animal, has hit the web.
Animal, which airs later this year on NBCUniversal-owned Chiller after a limited theatrical and VOD run, follows a group of close-knit friends who find themselves stranded in unfamiliar territory, pursued by a blood-thirsty predator. Holed up in isolated cabin, tensions mount as secrets are revealed. As the body count rises, the group puts their differences aside and fights for survival.
In the minute-long teaser exclusive to The Hollywood Reporter, four friends race through the woods in the dead of night, being chased by said blood-thirsty predator. There's no real indication of what's going on, except for exasperated yells of "Keep going!" -- that enough gives you the sense that they are in grave danger. The predator that's hunting them remains unseen. Instead you hear the monster in the opening seconds and in the closing moments, when it takes one of the four as its latest victim (hello, Eve!).
Keke Palmer, Amaury Nolasco, Parker Young, Joey Lauren Adams, Elizabeth Gillies, Paul Iacono, Thorsten Kaye and Jeremy Sumpter also star.
Barrymore is an executive producer alongside Flower Films' Nancy Juvonen, and producers Chris Miller, Ember Truesdell, Kelly Smith and Thommy Hutson. Hutson and Catherine Trillo penned the script and is directed by Brett Simmons. Gary J. Tunnicliffe created the creature effects.