Fans of ultra-violent Asian cinema have a new date to mark on their calendars, as the Thai gorefest Meat Grinder hits DVD in the UK next month courtesy of 4Digital Media.
If you love monster movies anywhere near as much as I do, then keep your eyes peeled for the UK DVD release of Robert David Sanders’ nocturnal beast-fest The Blackout; arriving August 30th from Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment.
After waiting two full weeks for the follow-up to Bill and Lorena's head-spinning sexcapades, viewers of Episode 28 of "True Blood", entitled "9 Crimes", were rewarded with an action-packed, if slightly more subdued, storyline. Come on inside for HBO's Post Mortem and Inside the Episode along with a peek at next week's installment, "Trouble".
Now that the programming for all four days of the beast known as the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con is live on the show's official site, we've gone back and tweaked the daily schedules already posted here on DC. Most are minor additions or moves, but of considerable note are the disappearance of Piranha 3D from the Friday panels and the overall absence of Dimension Films.
This is kind of surprising. Despite a great cast and premise, Sony Pictures has announced that it will be dumping the Paul Scheuring directed remake of Das Experiment (review), called simply The Experiment, to home video instead of the expected theatrical run.
With the remake of Clash of the Titans and The Losers hitting Blu-ray around the same time we thought it only right to give a way a couple of pairs of each! Sound nifty? Cool! To win one of the two Blu-ray prize packs consisting of Clash of the Titans and The Losers simply send us an E-MAIL HERE with your name and address and we'll handle the rest! Clash of the Titans Synopsis
More goods are rolling in from the Fantasia Film Festival 2010, this time in the form of some new stills and a pretty damned cool one-sheet for the flick Neverlost.
Robert Rodriguez has pulled off the Herculean task of getting the Predators (review here) franchise back on track, and if our new image gallery for his upcoming flick Machete is any indication of things to come, he's looking to up the badass ante yet again!
This year’s Fantasia is taking a while to get off the ground horror-wise, and it wasn’t until the second evening of the festival that we saw the first real horror related film of this year’s program, the documentary Herschell Gordon Lewis - The Godfather of Gore (review here).
Although Sundays are known as "Kids' Day" at the San Diego Comic-Con, there's still enough horror oriented content being offered on the final day of the 2010 show to keep fans sticking around "America's Finest City" for at least one more go-around our massive Convention Center.
Thankfully for those of who will be running ourselves ragged on Friday, July 23rd, covering all the horror-related events at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con, the genre-centric fare on Saturday, the 24th, is a bit lighter. But what there is should bring out the fans in droves.
Yet another new image from Adam Green's long awaited sequel to his slasher based gore-fest, Hatchet II, has hit this crazy little thing that we call the interwebs. This one offers your first glance at director Tom Holland in character and having a bad day.
"Vampire Mob" isn't your typical web series. Instead of having a regularly spaced calendar release, it's being distributed on a view count basis, which means subsequent installments will be posted as previous episodes reach their predetermined view count. The series premiered online on June 30th, and once it has obtained 5,000 views, then Episode Two will be posted.
The full schedule for Fright Night Film Fest, which runs July 30th-August 1st in Louisville, Kentucky, isn't quite finalized yet, but we did hear from producer/director Jeff Chitty that the trailer for his current project, The Taking of Savannah, will be having its world premiere there. Synopsis:
Weta has revealed its first collectible figure from Neill Blomkamp's District 9: a sculpture of Christopher Johnson and his son, the two hero "prawns" as they are condescendingly referred to by the humans of Johannesburg.