Visceral Games, an Electronic Arts Inc. studio, has announced a new contest where one lucky winner will get to create content for the actual finished Dead Space 2 product!
Of course you do! I mean, who doesn't really? And if you're in the Los Angeles area, you may want to take note of a groovy little Adam Green double feature that the New Beverly Cinema has got planned.
It’s that time of year again, kids. Dread Central’s 2010 Horror at the Oscars coverage. Horror was indeed present this year and in black-tie. While Roger Corman and Lauren Bacall were honored a few months back at the Governor’s Award Ceremony, it was an unexpected delight to see Corman, recipient of the lifetime achievement Oscar, enjoy a standing ovation on national television.
"In a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by feuding warlords, a group of desperate soldiers hatch a plan to steal a Warlord’s treasure and start a new life. Faced with the threat of a horrific death at the hands of the Warlord’s executioners, the men escape into a desolate and forbidden land known only as the Shadowlands.
During the Oscars ten movies were nominated for best picture, and none of them strikes me as a motion picture that will stand the test of time and be remembered as anything truly great. Is it too late for a write-in vote to retroactively award this year's Best Picture Oscar to The Dark Knight or Gran Torino or even go all the way back and give either Jaws, Star Wars, or Raiders of the Lost Ark the high honor they richly deserved? Screw the Oscars, I say. Give me Dinoshark!
"Big Love" and Jennifer's Body star Amanda Seyfried confirmed tonight in a red carpet interview with E! at the Oscars that she will indeed be starring in Twilight helmer Catherine Hardwicke's The Girl With the Red Riding Hood for Warner Bros.
One remake that's having a devil of a time getting off the ground is DreamWorks' proposed retelling of the 1985 Tom Holland helmed vampire camp classic Fright Night. After a long time in the oven, it finally looks as if a director is ready to take the reigns.
Now this is how to start off a news week! The trailer for In Their Sleep (or Dans ton sommeil) debuted this weekend, and it's looking like first-time directors Caroline du Potet and Eric du Potet are up to the task of terrorizing audiences the world over. The film open in France this month. The rest of us will hopefully see it shortly thereafter. Synopsis
While everyone's is still buzzing about the nice horror garnish that went along with the main course of the Oscars, it was at the Independent Spirit Awards two nights before where some Paranormal Activity sequel news came about.
The 2010 Oscars provided an interesting show to say the least ... if only because our beloved genre finally got some of the recognition that it so richly deserves.
The 2010 edition of Paleyfest, a celebration of television's rich and diverse programming and the creative process behind the medium, is continuing for another week; and on Saturday night, March 6th, there was a panel for The Vampire Diaries. Very few spoilers have leaked out so far, but there are a couple we can share along with some photos from the event.
The first film in a new trilogy will be debuting at this year's South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin, Texas, and if the vibe the poster gives off is any indication of what's to come, we are so there!
Thus far everything we've heard about the third Riddick film has been pretty damned good. Especially that director David Twohy is looking to go back to the grittier badass feel of Pitch Black instead of the more friendly feel of the second flick.
Few things are creepier than a strange pair of eyes staring back at you in the dark. Filmmaker Bjorn Anderson's new Cloverfield-inspired indie chiller Eyes in the Dark hopes to mine terror from such a simple conceit as college kids on a weekend getaway in the Washington State Cascade foothills finding something with glowing red peepers that plans to do more than keep an eye on them.
The name Duke Mitchell may not be recognizable to a lot of our readers, but fans of exploitation have probably heard of his first film as a writer/director, 1974’s Massacre Mafia Style, aka The Executioner. The next year he started filming a follow-up, then called Kiss the Ring, later given the awesome title of Gone with the Pope; however, Mitchell died before finishing the flick. Enter Grindhouse Releasing, which has undertaken a painstaking restoration.