Check out the horror DVD offerings for Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007... Apartment 1303 (2007) Directed by Ataru Oikawa
All right, one is more anticipated than the other, but it’s still cool to see new footage from both, no?
It’s just a vampire kind of world out there today, you know? First 30 Days of Night comes out of the gate screaming to a number one box office spot, now all of a sudden there’s a wealth of new info about The Spierig Brother’s latest, Daybreakers.
Content Film has officially scooped up rights to the oddly named supernatural thriller Daisy Chain, to be helmed by genre newcomer Aisling Walsh. Samantha Morton (pictured, Minority Report) and Steven Mackintosh (Underworld: Evolution) are signed on to star according to Daily Variety.
Ah, it’s good to be right! Sony’s 30 Days of Night officially owned the weekend box office with a somewhat strong $16 million debut, easily beating out the Ben Affleck thriller Gone Baby Gone and other cinematic head-scratchers like Why Did I Get Married?
Action-figure.com, my home away from home, scooped my ass on the plastic horrors this weekend with news of new Hot Toys 12 inch figures for Resident Evil 4: Biohazard. For those unfamiliar with the game, here's the skinny...
The second annual Spike TV Scream Awards marked a huge improvement over last year's show with severed limbs and gore spilling forth into the audience.
Why remake Child’s Play? I mean, seriously, the first movie was pretty damn good, especially for a movie about a killer doll. According to producer David Kirschner, ”We’re going back and remaking the first one and even pushing it further and making a very terrifying version of the first one, which is pretty scary as it is.”
Apparently things are looking very good for Darren Lynn Bousman’s long-awaited musical, Repo! The Genetic Opera, as anyone who’s seen anything from it has been, quite simply, blown away. So perhaps you’ll dig on the five behind-the-scenes clips that appeared on YouTube this weekend? Sure you will! Check ‘em out now before they’re taken down forever!
All right, this might be really late notice, but if you’re on the West Coast, you still have a few hours to make sure you make it right!
Just got off the phone with Jim Mickle and Nick Damaci, director and writer/star (respectively) of Mulberry Street (review), which as you know is coming to theaters this November as part of the second annual After Dark Horrorfest.
There’s been rumors going around online that Matt Leuttwyler’s Unearthed was pulled from the Horrorfest 2007 lineup, and replaced by Lake Dead. While the first part has yet to be confirmed, STYD got a look at the poster for Lake Dead which should confirm the second.
It’s been long rumoured and people were beginning to think that it wasn’t going to happen, but Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles is finally ready to give long term Resident Evil fans something very special.
Good news, kids! Anchor Bay has secured the theatrical and home video rights to Adam Green's upcoming film Spiral, thus proving once again that here is a company that knows what the hell they are doing!
There's no doubt the horror genre has always been mired in controversy. From long battles with politicians who insist these films incite violent behavior to the many slugfests with the MPAA. Still, nothing recently has gotten my attention more than this.