Updated: Piranha 3D review and CENTRAL Earlier today some shots from Aja's remake of Piranha surfaced at AFM. We figured we'd wait a little while until we had the chance to get you some nice clean images of the goods before we posted them.
Now this is the best news I've heard from AFM all day! Andrew has reported in that Hammer Films, which is having a pretty amazing resurgence already what with The Resident and Let Me In in post-production and currently filming, respectively, is about to tackle one of the best ghost stories ever written, The Woman in Black. And that's not all -- it's going to be in 3D!
Milla Jovovich continues her live Twitter updates from the set of Resident Evil: Afterlife, and not only are they informative, but some of them are damned funny, too! Get ready to dig on some highlights!
Brian Yuzna has returned to the director's chair with a 3D monster flick that will hopefully get you all wrapped up! The news broke while we all gear up for AFM that Yuzna tackled a little film called Amphibious 3D, which centers on what happens when a marine research expedition to the exotic Sumatran Sea turns treacherous as it encounters a supernatural prehistoric creature resurfacing with a vengeance.
Man, how times have changed. Twitter has changed just about every single part of the game. It used to be that we had to wait a month for a magazine to come out to get the scoop on what's going on with our favorite flicks. Now we can get instantaneous updates as they happen.
I Can See You, director Graham Reznick's mind-fuck film that stars Ben Dickinson, Heather Robb, and Larry Fessenden, came out on DVD earlier this week, but if you live in or around the Boulder, Colorado, area, you have the chance to catch it on the big screen as part of the city's International Film Series.
Another new web series, this one entitled "13 Minutes to Midnight", is debuting this week, just in time for Halloween. To differentiate itself from the pack, "13 Minutes to Midnight" will also be available in 3D!
Despite the company ailing a bit, The Weinstein Co. is still busy readying projects for release next year. Among them are lots of hot horror properties including Scream 4 and remakes of Clive Barker's Hellraiser, Scanners, and An American Werewolf in London. Yes, we've reported on all these before so why bring them up again?
Updates on three different projects have come in over the weekend via Twitter, and rather than do separate stories on each, we've got them all right here ... down & dirty, quick & easy ... just how we know you like it!
Yep. Even though Saw VI is just days away, we're already talking about Saw VII. Hard to believe but true nonetheless. At the Saw VI press conference today (look for a full report soon), producer Mark Berg spoke a bit about how they're handling the 3D process for the next entry in Jigsaw's long list of games.
Anyone who's ever enjoyed the fun that is Tim Burton's short film Frankenweenie (and shame on you if you haven't) can attest to its rightful spot as a family horror classic. With a feature length version in the works, we've got an update on what to expect!
Neil Marshall is a guy whose involvement in a project automatically makes my pants all sticky. And while I’d like to apologize up front for that repugnant image, I would also like to fill you in on what the director of Dog Soldiers, The Descent and Doomsday is up to next – sadly it does not start with a D.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Lisa Kellerman, Michael Holmes, Tomas Boykin Directed by Mark Atkins
Jason's done 3D (and will do so again next year). Freddy's done 3D. Michael Myers might do 3D. Now Leatherface is going to rev up his chainsaw for a three-dimensional chainsaw massacre, at least if the Saw producers close their pending deal to take over the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise.
Over on the official Nu Image website the first bit of teaser art for Patrick Lussier's Nicolas Cage flick, Drive Angry, has surfaced, and even though it's kind of tiny, it's still pretty badass.