Word just came in from Ethan Terra that Corey Haim and his soon to be Mrs., the-ever-so hot Tiffany Shepis, have officially joined the cast of the latest horror anthology Monsterpiece Theatre, which as you know features some of the writing stylings of our own Joe Knetter.
Good news came in from Darren Bousman today! Thanks to the sold-out shows everywhere that the Repo Road Tour went, even more dates have been added in more cities!
What the hell is From Parts Unknown? It’s an indie film from Australia we first told you about back in March and haven’t mentioned since. Don’t you keep up on anything? Sheesh.
Were you beginning to think you’d never be able to complete your Dario Argento DVD collection? I know I sure as hell was; almost every single one of the man’s movies has been released on DVD, sometimes more than once, save for one: Four Flies on Grey Velvet. Until now!
I know the simple act of waiting for the new Nazisploitation movie Blitzkrieg: Escape From Stalag 69 has been hard on a lot of you (I get very emotional e-mails on an almost daily basis exemplifying just how hard) so I’m glad we can finally offer you some relief.
I don’t know why it seems like it always takes so long for After Dark to release the final film in their Horrorfest lineup, but this year has been no exception. For a while it was all quiet, but finally we know the title of the 8th film!
Wow, I have to say I’m pretty impressed; the poster you see below for Perkins' 14 was the winning entry in Massify’s poster design competition. It was designed by a guy named Justin and, as you can tell, is about as retro as they come. I have to admit it; I love it!
Roger Corman's about to add a new monstrosity to his ever-growing menagerie of creature features: Cyclops. The Corman-produced sword & sandal, one-eyed monster romp - that claims to boast a $10-million budget - now has both a TV airdate and DVD release date.
This morning THR is reporting that Hitman star Timothy Olyphant has signed up to play the town sheriff in the upcoming reimagining of George Romero’s The Crazies from director Breck Eisner.
Most of the fans of the stunning Korean film Oldboy (review) have already shuddered that the planned remake is in the hands of director Steven Spielberg and actor Will Smith; fulfilling this triangle of doom is screenwriter Mark Protosevich, as reported at The Hollywood Reporter.
It didn’t do any kind of business to speak of at the box office, so I guess it’s not surprising that MGM isn’t dumping a lot of effort into the DVD release of Igor. MGM announced today that the disc will be out on January 20th and won’t have a helluva lot on it.
We’re trying to confirm things as we speak, but there are some rumors flying around right now, starting out at Fangoria, that Universal may be moving the release date for Wolfman from April, 2009, to sometime in the fall.
You may not remember, but one of the six awards Toby Wilkins’ Splinter took home from Screamfest LA was for Best Musical Score, and I have to concur; the music in this film is very, very cool. You don’t have to take my word for it, though, because now you can get the Splinter soundtrack for yourself!
Just the other day it was announced that the adaptation for Max Brooks’ amazing post-zombie apocalypse novel, World War Z, finally had a director in the form of Quantum of Solace helmer Marc Forster. The freaks at Fango then swooped in to talk to the author about the developments, all of which he seems very happy with.
Now this baby sounds like it’s going to be confusing; one of those time travel movies that takes a lot of pre-thought before pen can even be put to paper. Variety got word that Warner Bros. has picked up an alien apocalypse script from Chad St. John called The Days Before, and it sounds too cool to ignore.