Insanity is the rule of the day over at Summit Entertainment, which has just announced that the third movie in the Twilight “saga” (which is an insult to the word “saga” if you ask me), Eclipse (book review), will be out in theaters on June 30th, 2010.
A demon sorceress and her vampires ... heroes ... villains. Plus gore, blood, and naked damsels. A typical weekend in DC's offices? Maybe, but it's also what we were promised by Albert Pyun as filming of his Sword and the Sorcerer follow-up, Tales of an Ancient Empire, progressed. Last we heard of the production, they were "almost at the stretch run" and awaiting Christopher Lambert's arrival to shoot the finishing shots.
I'm not sure how many wine aficionados we have around Dread Central, but after reading about a new offering from Redheads Studio of McLaren Vale in Southern Australia called "Return of the Living Red," I just had to share the details.
I will admit it’s not really horror, but I can’t help but get excited for the new Chronicles of Riddick game, Assault on Dark Athena. Today Atari dropped a new trailer for the game and defying all logic (since it’s really not horror), I’ve added it to our video playlist. So check it out, damnit!
One more quick update on next month’s Boston Underground Film Festival, March 19th – 25th; the programmers have added Adam Mason’s Blood River to their already impressive horror lineup, which includes Deadgirl, Bad Biology and Plague Town!
Though no one over here has heard much about him, Wes Craven is certainly a fan of Last House on the Left remake helmer Dennis Iliadis. While attending the film’s premiere the other night, the Bloody Disgusting boys got wind of a new project the duo are ramping up, a remake of the Spanish film Before the Fall.
I really don’t get why people are so obsessed with the Twilight sequel, New Moon, especially since the first film was more or less universally slammed for sucking, but we just go with the flow ‘round here most of the time, even if it is confusing.
Finally, one of the coolest cult films I’ve seen in a while will be getting the chance to be seen by everyone here in the States; Fangoria has learned that Maurice Devereaux's End of the Line (review) is finally seeing a DVD release in the U.S.
The first image from Olatunde Osunsanmi’s The 4th Kind has shown up online today, showing off the film’s star, Mila Jovovich, looking curious. Curious about what it’s like to love a Butane? What lady isn't?
It was the end of December when we got our first good look at Hot Toy's upcoming line of Predator action figures, and now, thanks of course to Nomad, we have ten more photos to show you, all of Schwarzenegger's character Dutch. And he's looking quite studly indeed, let me tell you!
Apparently the new poster released by Lionsgate for the upcoming The Haunting in Connecticut, which you can see to your right, stirred up quite a bit of conversation and controversy with regard to the paranormal phenomenon known as ectoplasm.
Thanks to Anchor Bay Entertainment and Manga Entertainment, horror comedy sensation Tokyo Zombie is set for release on DVD this April 7, 2009.
The final artwork and specs have been release for J.T. Petty’s long-awaited underground monster movie The Burrowers, and you can check out the art on your right. Extras are set to include the following: Commentary by JT Petty and star Karl Geary ”The Burrowers Making a Horror Western” featurette
After two mafia flicks, I wondered what’s next for goo-great David Cronenberg. I got my answer: he’ll helm The Matarese Circle based on a Robert Ludlum (!) novel. And who might “star” in this film? Ironside? Irons? No. Tom Cruise and Denzel Washington. Denzel fucking Washington.
Venom. Spite. Disgust. Boredom. These are the ingredients that make up the latest Dinner for Fiends, along with a dash of basil for color and flavor. This recipe is necessary to counter the bad taste left in our collective mouth from the new Friday the 13th redux.