You know, the more we hear about the upcoming Fright Night remake, the less we're starting to mind it. If only because it's not seeming to try to out-vamp the Tom Holland classic. Giving it a Vegas setting and introducing some really out there casting choices have done a lot to further along our hopes that it'll all turn out okay, but today's casting news has officially piqued our interest.
Yet another cast member has signed on to experience a round of extraterrestrial induced carnage deep within the heart of mother Russia. That's right, kids! Time for another update on The Darkest Hour!
For weeks and weeks we've been talking and of course speculating on who was gonna be the main man to help get the Final Destination franchise back on track. Well the wait is now over ...
Venomous Mammals ... call me irresponsible, call me indecisive, but don’t call me lazy. Once again, I’m reaching out to you for assistance in choosing which film to retrospect upon. But it isn’t because I take quick glances at my obscene library and give up on making a special selection – no. It’s because I sweat blood night after night trying to determine what film should be picked from the bloated class. I refuse to go back to the hospital for horror films again (another story altogether), so we must try something else, mustn’t we?
It's been a while since last we spoke about Joe Lynch's next feature film effort, Knights of Badassdom, but some unexpected casting news just sneaked its way online so we had to share!
Some nifty and arousing casting news has just come in! Porn sensation Michelle "Belladonna" Sinclair is set to make her mainstream feature film debut in John Wildman's latest horror flick Stripped, which is set to film in Dallas this fall.
For my money we just don't get enough movies about killer mutant pig people. That will change in August when E1 Entertainment releases Squeal, the terrifying tale of pig-nosed mutants with mutton chops tormenting members of a broken down rock band. Who doesn't love killer mutant pig people movies?
The original Mortal Kombat has the dubious honor of being one of Paul W.S. Anderson's best flicks. It's sequel, Mortal Kombat: Annihilation, bears the even more dubious honor of being one of the worst video game to film adaptations out there, nearly on the same level of bad as the Street Fighter movie. There's been talk of a third one for a while now, but thanks to various pending lawsuits it's been kept at bay. Wait until you guys see this.
In case you haven't noticed, fairy tales are all the rage. We've got multiple spins on Red Riding Hood, Hansel and Gretel, and Beauty and the Beast all coming to big and small screens. Just the other day we told you about one new version of Snow White on its way, and now today comes news of yet another ... in 3D of course!
One name who we don't hear often enough when it comes to film adaptations is the great Peter Straub. Thankfully that's about to change as a 3D (of course) adaptation of his novel Shadowland is now on its way. Maybe this could open the door for more of Straub's work. We can only hope.
Has it seemed that there just isn't quite the same frenzy going on for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse as there was for its predecessors? Well, now that we're only a couple of weeks away from Eclipse's debut, it's probably safe to assume that Summit will be amping up the excitement by releasing more and more goods for the fans. Case in point: the dozens of new photos that have popped up on the film's Facebook page.
We have always wanted a clip from someone's death, be it black or otherwise. I mean if only out of morbid curiosity. What's that? Oh, this is for the movie? Well ... okay then!
Two more Dark Horse properties are getting the adaptation treatment courtesy of Universal, but this time the powerhouses are going a bit of a different route.
Even Corey Feldman admits it ... Lost Boys 2: The Tribe sucked, but not in the way that everyone was hoping for. With the third one on the way Feldman spoke candidly about the sequel and why this time he thinks they have it right!
Any cinephile out there knows the difference between a green and a red band trailer, but for the sake of clarity -- green band trailers feature nothing objectionable, and red band trailers give us a taste of the good stuff that we want like gore and maybe a glimpse or two at, shall we say, some less than family-friendly situations. But what if we went beyond red band?