At least 80% of my emails get tossed into the junk pile ... sad I know, but seriously the last thing a mother of six needs is a way to make her penis larger! And it’s disturbing to say the least to know that so many people are greatly concerned when it comes to the health of my colon! Needless to say it’s always a nice change to get an email message that actually interests me! Like the one I just received from Steven Cerritos about his newest pet project ... Mister Serial Killer!
We, like many of you, are sick to death of J-Horror, and their tales of ghostly little girls with long black hair. It's just been done to death. However, we have to remember that these folks know how to do horror, and the Teke-Teke films look like nothing short of must-sees! Need proof?
If there's one thing Rob Zombie did right in his remake of Halloween it was the look of The Shape's mask. Simply put, it was as badass as it gets. Or so I thought. Several pictures surfaced tonight of what could be The Shape's newest head piece and all I can think is, "God, I hope so!".
The tale of Roommate is a strange one. During the filming of The Strangers, one of its producers, Sonny Mallhi, saw fit to write his own horror flick under an assumed named so that the script would be treated fairly in the marketplace. The script was for a thriller called Roommate, which ended up being picked up by Sony/Screen Gems.
MGM finally let the proverbial cat out of the bag tonight in terms of the casting of the Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard's latest film, The Cabin in the Woods, and I have to say things are shaping up quite nicely.
Joe Dante will be revealing a compilation of some of the great trailers the genre has had to offer in a screening of The Best of Trailers from Hell, to be shown at the South By Southwest Film Festival in Austin, Texas.
Got a thick wallet? Profiles in History has released initial estimated values for several of the items to be auctioned away from the late Forrest J Ackerman’s renowned collection. These are some of the first items to be confirmed to be available for sale at the Profile in History’s 36th auction of Hollywood memorabilia.
This week I want to talk about an artist who blows my mind on a monthly basis — Jo Chen, the cover artist on the bestselling, award-winning Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight.
While chatting recently with GameSpot about the upcoming release of The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena game, Vin Diesel had an opportunity to provide some info on whether or not we’ll be seeing him on the big screen as Riddick anytime soon.
Well, this might end up being a bit embarrassing for Production Weekly. Last week, they reported that the US remake for Let the Right One In was getting a title overhaul and being called Let Me In and that shooting was set to start in Canada this May. I guess they may have spoken too soon.
Well, first she was an uber-hot X-Men villainess as Mystique which gave comics geeks a chance to drool. Now, Rebecca Romijn is set to become a witch for a new ABC pilot so genre fans, while I can guarantee she most likely won’t be blue and naked for this new endeavor, I am sure she’ll retain her hotness.
Quick update on director Jennifer Lynch's latest on-the-trail-of-a-psycho thriller, Surveillance. The film which finds Bill Pullman and Julia Ormond hot on the heels of a murderer will be available on HDNet Ultra VOD starting May 29, 2009 and in limited theatrical release on June 26, 2009.
Yet another indie horror trailer hit YouTube today, this one for a movie called, The Burnt House. It's no Serpent Lake, but I gotta say, this one looks pretty friggin' good.
What odder casting can you get in a horror film than Ron Perlman, Bill Moseley, Henry Rollins, Zack Ward, along with Cuba Gooding Jr. and Beowolf's Ray Winstone? It just bizarre, man. Hellboy meets the Oscar Winner! You just gotta laugh. Anyway, Sony Pictures announced the DVD release date for Jason Connery's The Devil's Tomb today.
Goddamn it, we need more movies about giant killer eels! Eel's have long been neglected by cinema as the savage man-eating beasts that they are. Thankfully Lionsgate is releasing the nature-run-amok, Razortooth to set the record straight.