More bloody mayhem from the Xavier Gens-produced flick by Yannick Dahan and Benjamin Rocher, The Horde, appeared online today; and we would like to take this moment to ask that you lay out a tarp and bring a mop. Things get really messy!
Two more TV spots for Universal's upcoming redux of The Wolfman have hit online, and again the flick is looking pretty damned sweet. Let's hope the finished product delivers on the promises made by all these wicked looking trailers!
Big news here, folks! Dark Sky Films, a subsidiary of leading independent producer and distributor MPI Media Group, today announced it has taken on the highly anticipated Hatchet 2, and will help transform the property into a multi-release franchise.
The Fourth Kind is a strange little movie that tries to have things both ways. If you're not sure what we mean by that you'll find out soon enough when the movie hits DVD and Blu-ray on March 16th, 2010.
After reading Tim Curran's Resurrection, I simply had to interview him. I REALLY loved his book, even at 666 pages (yep, you read that right – 666). Curran is a wonderful storyteller who really should be unleashed upon the general horror reading public sooner rather than later. Read on for an in-depth look into the beautifully twisted mind of Tim Curran.
Percy Weasely might've left Hogwarts early, but the actor responsible for bringing him to life in the Harry Potter movies has been tipped to join the cast of The Stone - a brand new psycho thriller set to shoot soon.
While DVD companies like Anchor Bay and Blue Underground have slowed their output to a near crawl, we're happy to see some smaller guys picking up the slack and bringing some obscure genre stuff into the digital age. The folks at Scorpion Releasing have certainly got me excited for their upcoming releases!
My God! It's really happening! Not only has an official synopsis appeared online but the first bit of casting news has come as well! Captain Howdy is pleased!
With its world premiere happening at the Sundance Film Festival, two new clips have oozed online for Voltage Pictures' latest horror comedy Tucker and Dale vs. Evil starring Alan Tudyk ("Firefly") and Tyler Labine ("Reaper") and directed by Eli Craig (The Tao of Pong).
Finally the trailer for After Dark's final film to die for, Kill Theory, has hit the Net, and it looks like a good and gory time is waiting for us all!
We just got word that the latest homage to the glorious big boobs and blood films of yesteryear, Bitch Slap, has gotten itself a sweet little DVD release date of March 2nd from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment! Read on to find out what else to expect!
Following up on our news item last week regarding executive producer Greg H. Sims’ home-invasion thriller Behind Your Eyes, this scribe contacted Sims to get the 411 on the Southern California-shooting production. Written by Daniel Fanaberia and directed by Clint Lien, Behind Your Eyes is the first in-house feature for new production and distribution entity Vesuvio Entertainment Corporation, of which Sims is CEO (not Tri Coast as originally reported).
As if he doesn't have his hands full enough with The Crow remake, Stephen Norrington has been tapped by Legendary Pictures to write and direct The Lost Patrol, "a supernatural action thriller set against the backdrop of World War II."
News that Ken Foree is starring in a movie about the DC Sniper shootings would normally prove promising. Except DC Sniper is the latest from Ulli Lommel, the master of plotless, no-budget, factually inaccurate, pseudo-art exploitation flicks about real-life mass murderers. On the plus side, this does not look like the typical artsy-fartsy crappola we've come to expect from Lommel. On the other hand, just wait until you see the trailer. Oh, my.
We're already well into the new year, and still there's been no confirmation as to the means by which Summit Entertainment plans to unleash the final chapter in The Twilight Saga known as Breaking Dawn onto the throng of tweens and cougars who are anxiously awaiting it. Will it be one film or two? Is this causing "drama" between author Stephenie Meyer and the studio as alleged by some in the media?