Last week we reported the unfortunate news that Lionsgate's companion piece to its hit The Haunting in Connecticut, titled The Haunting in Georgia, was going to start filming without the previously attached director Ti West. Now some light has been shed on the young talent's exit from the project.
Filming has wrapped on John Landis' Burke and Hare, and one half of the ghoulish duo recently spoke a bit about what you can expect from the flick!
There's LOTS of horror coming to the Lone Star state this April, and we've got the early word on what movies you can expect to see playing during the Texas Frightmare Film Festival.
Two stories on Frank Darabont's adaptation of The Walking Dead for AMC in one day? It feels like Christmas, no? Okay thus far we know that Jon Bernthal will be playing Shane, we know that Jonny Lee Miller is the frontrunner to play Rick, and we know that KNB will be handling the zombie F/X. And now a bit more info has come our way!
Now this is news that has us grinning from ear-to-ear. Being huge fans of Night Watch, Day Watch, and even Wanted, the thought of director Timur Bekmambetov getting behind a property that we're even bigger fans of (in this case Frankenstein) has brought us to a near fatal horror geekgasm!
This Tuesday, March 30th, is the long awaited DVD/Blu-ray release date of Glenn McQuaid's I Sell the Dead, and our trilogy of interviews with its cast and crew continues with the one -- the only -- Angus Scrimm, who portrays the character of Dr. Vernon Quint in the film.
One film we're particularly anxious to have come out here in the States is George A. Romero's Survival of the Dead. We still have a few weeks to go, but the new red band trailer introduced by George himself just hit, and it's available NOW!
Exclusive: Brad Fuller Clears the Air on A Nightmare on Elm Street, Talks New Direction for Platinum Dunes
As a lifelong Freddy girl, there is one particular Platinum Dunes remake that I have been paying especially close attention to over the last few years since it was initially announced -- A Nightmare on Elm Street.
You're all too familiar with him. The creepy Burger King peering out from behind the cold, dead eyes of his trademark mask. This story is not about him, but he should be starring in his own horror film, damnit!
I don't know about you, but I have fully embraced the Blu-ray medium and am steadily replacing all my DVDs with their high definition cousins. Some of my collection, mainly the really old classics, may never make the jump. Share my concerns? Well here's your chance to let the studios know that you do want to see these older flicks in all of their high def ghostly glory!
You know what, man? I'm moving to the UK. They get all the cool stuff lately! In fact, they're getting the new films in the Ju-On franchise, Ju-on: White Ghost and Ju-On: Black Ghost, on single DVD release come April 26th. Know what we're getting here in the States in terms of these films on said date? Nothing. YAY!
Nothing tickles our fancy (or our naughty bits for that matter) quite like slime does. It's just so sticky! Bio-Slime, however, you may want to see a doctor about. Don't believe us? Check out the final teaser trailer for the flick!
As expected, the "True Blood" hype machine is starting to roll along nicely. Today HBO released another new production teaser video for its upcoming Season Three, and like everything else about the hit vampire series, it's packing the usual amount of bite.
There will always be a soft spot in the hearts of every horror fan old enough to remember the goodness of Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine. It inspired hundreds of today's biggest filmmakers, and now that the publication has joined forces with IDW, it looks to inspire countless more. We've got a second teaser look at Famous Monsters of Filmland Issue #251 for you that features new, dynamic artwork by legendary comics artist Richard Corben. As if you needed any more reasons to get excited!
I first interviewed Eric Forsberg back in August of 2006 in anticipation of the release of Snakes on a Train. Now here we are in April of 2010, and I am interviewing him again in anticipation of Mega Piranha, another killer animal mockbuster he's made for The Asylum.