Brian Taylor, one half of the filmmaking team Neveldine and Taylor (best known for the Crank movies), makes his solo debut with Mom and Dad, a twisted, firecracker of a movie that doesn’t really have much purpose, but it doesn’t really need one.
Before you see Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, consider the following question: "Does the mantra 'Put the bunny back in the box?' make the tiny follicles on the nape of my neck stand up?"
In Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, Crank and Gamer directors Brian Taylor and Mark Neveldine take us to the highways of rural Turkey where Nicolas Cage's head explodes into a vengeful fireball. io9 spoke with the directors about the craziness of the film's shoot and Cage's voodoo method acting.
In addition to checking out the new Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance footage screened at New York Comic Con, io9 had the opportunity to chat with Crank directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor.
New York Comic Con saw the premiere of new grizzled Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance footage, including Ciarán Hinds done up like the devil and skulls barfing fire. Plus, find out how Crank directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor rebooted the Penance Stare.
How will the next Ghost Rider movie be different, now that the directors of the Crank movies are on board? In our exclusive interview, star Nic Cage tells us to expect crazy stunts, sarcasm, and a darker, weirder Johnny Blaze.
The living spirit of vengeance is back! Nic Cage is in Romania filming Ghost Rider 2, and here are the first set pics and video to prove it. Spooky castles and bad-ass bikes below!
Ghost Rider haters, beware — the spirit of vengeance is returning to your screens. Nic Cage has already promised to star in the sequel, filming in Romania, and now the first script review has turned up online.
The awesomeness of exploitation flick Gamer is going to surprise you. Packed with insane violence, decadent sex, and (yes!) musical numbers, the movie is a blood-dark satire of futuristic videogame culture that will push all your buttons. Spoilers ahead!
What's the deal with those candy-haired ravers from Gamer we posted a picture of a while back? Writer/directors Brian Taylor and Mark Neveldine explained their sleazy secret at Comic Con, and it has to do (not surprisingly) with gaming. Spoilers...