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Another film debuting at the Fantasia Festival tomorrow is Matt Osterman's sci-fi/horror hybrid Phasma Ex Machina, which has been garnering a hell of a lot of positive buzz lately. So much so that one of the big studios have taken notice and are planning their own version.
More silliness from Fox's vampire comedy(!) Vampires Suck to make you roll your eyes, groan, frown, pitch a fit, punch a tree, pull a lollipop out of the mouth of a small child and smash it on the ground in front of them, visit the local old folks' home to hand out black balloons while dressed as the Grim Reaper, and of course volunteer for the neighborhood funeral home so you can have the pleasure of shaving the dead in time for their wake.
Every good movie needs a deliciously evil bad guy, and few actors on the planet can be as villainous as Brian Cox, who's just signed on to the latest chapter in the Planet of the Apes franchise, Rise of the Apes.
Reviewed by Buz "Danger" Wallick Starring Adrien Brody, Laurence Fishburne, Topher Grace, Alice Braga, Danny Trejo, Derek Mears Directed by Nimrod Antal
If you were a child of the late Seventies/early Eighties (or have kids of your own), then no doubt you're more than a little familiar with R.L. Stine's series of children's horror fiction novellas known as Goosebumps. If so, Halloween will be coming early for you when two new collections of spooky Goosebumps stories scream onto DVD September 7th from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment.
A long time ago, when the Internet was a much newer tool and you didn't have to dig quite as hard to find some legitimately fucked up shit, I watched the infamous Budd Dwyer suicide video despite numerous cautions from friends. "You can't unsee that shit." The funny thing is that I haven't thought of that story for years ... until suffering through this particularly miserable trailer.
And the Predators coverage continues, this time with all four clips in one convenient place! Some you have seen, some you haven't. Either way, dig it!
Two more videos have made their way online to get you geared up for next week's cinematic hunt! A MAX set tour through Robert Rodriguez's Troublemaker Studios and a new character profile for a Yakuza badass named Hanzo.
No, it’s not Samuel L. Jackson. It’s an awesome marketing ploy to go along with the movie! With Snakes on a Plane many of you may remember the option where you could have Samuel L. himself call your friends with a recording inviting them to see the movie. This one is a bit more interactive ... and a bit more destructive as well!
Another clip found its way online today for Nimrod Antal's Predators, and I swear things just look better, and better, and better, and better, and ...
More goodness has found its way online today for Nimrod Antal's Predators, and all I want for Christmas is for it to be July 9th already!
A bit more casting news coming in for the next chapter in the legendary Apes franchise, Planet of the Apes: Rise of the Apes. A man has joined the cast who's no stranger to monkeying around on a grand scale!
And the Predators' march to the big screen continues all over the world as we've just gotten our hands on a look at the Singapore one-sheet and a new Japanese television spot! Dig on all of the goods below. Synopsis
God forbid we're allowed to see gore in our trailers here in America. Someone may get scarred for life at the sight of fake blood and latex! The Predators international red band trailer has hit online today, and it puts ours to shame. YAY! Well, thank god for the interwebs!