Ellen Page was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar in 2008 for her title role in Juno. Back in 2003 Ellen Page starred in a Canadian made-for-TV movie called Ghost Cat that aired in the US on Animal Planet. That film would have long since been forgotten about if Page hadn't gone on to be somebody. Now her past is coming back to haunt her with a DVD release of her family-friendly supernatural feline flick.
To the best of my knowledge the world has not been clamoring for the big screen return of Swamp Thing but then it's not like remaking DC Comic's Swamp Thing would be sacrilege. Wes Craven's 1982 film version was enjoyably campy and Jim Wynorski's 1989 sequel tested the limits of campy fun; neither are classics. If uber producer Joel Silver wants to remake Swamp Thing in 3D, I say go for it.
This past Thursday Dread Central received an exclusive invitation from John Murdy (the creative director behind Halloween Horror Nights, which kicks of October 2 at Universal Studios Hollywood theme park – see our previous item here) for a bit of fun in the Saw: Game Over maze.
Hey, horror fans! Last night was the red (or in this case black) carpet premiere for The Final Destination 3D, and Heather Wixson was on hand to get you an exclusive look all the excitement from the Mann's Theater in Westwood.
Now that The Final Destination (review here) is in theatres, the powers-that-be have something interesting cooking over on the official website!
While we all are eagerly anticipating the end of the world in 2012, we can start dying vicariously through this new Japanese trailer for disaster-king (this looks good, but we're not ready yet to forgive you for what you did to Godzilla) Roland Emmerich.
Have you ever thought about retracing the steps various members of The Walking Dead have taken over the course of the comic's narrative?
If there's a finer way to cap off the week than by watching "True Blood" sneak peeks provided by HBO, I've yet to find it. And with only two more episodes left, we better dig in while we can!
Once scans from People Magazine's story on The Twilight Saga: New Moon hit online yesterday, we figured it would just be a matter of time before Summit provided news outlets with higher res version of the photos, and we were right.
Along with the previously announced Jon Hamm, Zack Snyder's Sucker Punch has added another good-looking man to its predominantly female cast: Guatemalan actor Oscar Isaac, who most recently appeared in Body of Lies and Che: Part One.
Three new stills and another trailer have made their way online today for Marc Selz's upcoming devil-fest Satanic Panic courtesy of the director himself, and rather than being stingy, we figured we'd share.
After Dark dropped us a line today with their proposed third film to die for joining the previously announced Dread and The Graves, a little flick that will hopefully move along swimmingly called Lake Mungo.
Neil Marshall dropped a great film on us with his spelunking gone completely awry horror opus The Descent, and now its sequel looks set to savage us once again. Can it fill the very big blood-soaked shoes left behind by Marshall? Check out the trailer, and tell us what you think!
The day is here. The gloves are off. An epic box office battle the likes of which we've never seen is about to ensue. In one corner The Shape. In the other Death. Who's your money on?
We're just a few minutes away from midnight here on the West Coast, and the PR machine for Rob Zombie's Halloween II is not done yet! You should have known they'd have one last trick up their sleeves: a hop on the motion poster bandwagon just in time for the film's nationwide release.