Horror-meister and director Joe Lynch has just completed work on the second episode of his Body Count feature on G4's "Attack of the Show", and of course we've got a look at it for ya!
Eager fans looking to get their online fix of Halloween 2 horrors, rejoice! The film's official website has just been revamped with all manner of goods including a photo gallery, a video section, cast and crew info, and a bunch of downloads!
It's not much, but as a nice counterpoint to the action shots of Sam Worthington as Perseus that popped up online recently, we now present Gemma Arterton as the priestess Io in Louis Leterrier's Clash of the Titans redux.
Those of you lucky enough to have seen Grindhouse during its theatrical run can attest that the faux trailers were arguably the best part of the whole experience. And while we’re still waiting for the Weinstein Company to do the right thing and offer fans The Complete Grindhouse Experience on DVD and Blu-ray, Robert Rodriguez isn’t waiting any longer to turn his trailer for Machete into a feature length film!
At some point in the year 2010, it will be winter. And even mass murderers need to suit up for such an occasion, as well as keep their pot neat and clean from those pesky snowflakes.
Starting to pencil in your schedule for this year's San Diego Comic-Con? Make sure you keep a spot open on Friday, July 24, so that you can get a look at long-awaited The Box from director Richard Kelly.
You know what's fun? Orgies. You know what is also cool? Blood. So you can imagine my excitement when I was invited out to the set for Creep Creepersin's new flick Orgy of Blood.
Just when you thought it was safe to eat pork comes the trailer for the Korean giant pig flick Chaw! This thing is set to get revenge for every sliver of bacon EVER consumed!
Since Bill Moseley vacated the role of Uncle Coffins, people have been wondering just who the new man behind-the-makeup was. Well, the cat's outta the bag, and the answer was so simple a caveman could have guessed it!
Ever since it was announced that Halloween 2 and The Final Destination would be released on the same date of August 28th, 2009, it was thought one of the two films would most likely change its release plans. The smart money was on FD4 conceding, but if the RealD branded poster is any indication ... folks, we are ready to rumble!
Like everybody else, I was amazed to see Platinum Dunes’ Friday the 13th remake hack its way to a $40 million opening weekend earlier this year. Audiences were ready for the triumphant return of Jason Voorhees, and box office receipts proved as much.
It's a bumper crop of DVD releases this week, but the cream is definitely the Friday the 13th blow-out and Ghostbusters on Blu-ray. Even so, there are several other interesting sounding offerings as well, so dive in and do some shopping!
Marcus Dunstan, co-writer of the Feast trilogy and Saw IV-VI, provided Dread with the below exclusive pics from his upcoming directorial feature debut, The Collector (formerly Midnight Man), a rather nasty and suspenseful little flick he screened for us last week.
Charleston, SC - There are people in her house. She doesn't know them, but they come in droves. They eat in her living room, cook in her kitchen, and pay her no mind at all. After such a long life of lonely solitude, the air is thick with conversation and the scent of Lowcountry spices. Of course she hasn't lived here, or anywhere, for a long time, and the house is no longer her home, but she continues to walk the floors and look out the windows, remembering a time that once was.
On Friday, June 12th, USC’s School of Cinematic Arts hosted Paul Solet’s startling debut feature film Grace (review here) for a packed house. In fact, there was not an empty seat in Norris Hall, and there were even people camped out on the floor throughout the screening.