30 Days of Night
A whole lot of new DVD info came down via DVD Active and Fangoria over the past few days and instead of giving you one story for each, I figured it’d just make more sense to give it to ya hard and fast. The way you like it, you slut.
Ah, it’s good to be right! Sony’s 30 Days of Night officially owned the weekend box office with a somewhat strong $16 million debut, easily beating out the Ben Affleck thriller Gone Baby Gone and other cinematic head-scratchers like Why Did I Get Married?
The second annual Spike TV Scream Awards marked a huge improvement over last year's show with severed limbs and gore spilling forth into the audience.
Sam Raimi has been a busy man this year. The director made sure Spider-Man brought in the bucks and he looks to do the same with another comic book-turned-film this year, 30 Days of Night (review). Raimi is acting as producer on this project, but his presence can be felt.
G4 is geeking out to 30 Days of Night creator Steve Niles starting this week: "In a Geek Out special, we're going to spend the next five days getting to know 30 Days of Night (review) author Steve Niles really, really well.
No reason to beat around the proverbial bush; LA’s Screamfest (October 12th-20th) has announced their lineup of badass horror for 2007, and you can check it out below! If you’re going out the fest be sure to look for the freaks with Dread Central apparel on; they’re with us! Friday, October 12th Opening Night Film Time 7:30 - Diary of the Dead Saturday, October 13th
Reviewed by Tristan Sinns Starring Ben Foster, Josh Hartnett, Melissa George, Danny Huston Directed by David Slade
While we’re still waiting for the full schedule to make itself known to the world, the folks behind Screamfest LA are letting some info slip here and there regarding the upcoming festival. For fans of movies that look like they’re going to kick ass, which I count myself among, they just announced a special advance screening of David Slade’s 30 Days of Night on October 16th, three days prior to its theatrical release!
As promised, FEARNet released the first part of their 30 Days of Night: Blood Trails project to the world wide web today! This online-only video is a prequel to the upcoming feature film bearing the same name (sans Blood Trails of course) that is set for theatrical release on October 19th.
With the hype building for 30 Days of Night, due out in theaters on October 19th, it’s good to know that those of you with Fearnet will be getting a taste of Days horror before anyone else.
Who doesn't love a good trailer!? Actually, the real question is who doesn't love a good trailer for a film that looks like it could potentially be the horror film of the year?
We’ve been mentioning it off and on for a while now, but finally the 30 Days of Night spin-off set to air exclusively on Fearnet has a title.
Someone I know has seen 30 Days of Night, a rough cut of it anyway, and said it kicks major ass and is completely worthy of the title it is adapted from. That is a great relief to me because if the flick ended up sucking (pun intended), I would be even more disenchanted than usual.
All right, talk about a good weekend for trailer debuts! First I Am Legend (see it here) now Sony has released the official 30 Days of Night trailer!
30 Days of Night creator Steve Niles just posted a new blog on his MySpace page with the first pic from the movie adaptation of his incredibly popular comic, scanned from the latest issue of Wizard.