The second official one-sheet for Louis Leterrier's version of the creature-laden classic Clash of the Titans hit online, and it's sure to put a little air under your wings!
Michael J. Bassett's Solomon Kane still doesn't have a firm US release date, but that's not stopping the film's producers from pulling out all the stops to get their product in front of as many eyes as possible. And today they've provided us with a nicely creepy clip entitled "Hall of Mirrors".
Fallen is designed to be the first in a four-part book series that is just like Twilight but with a troubled teenage girl torn between two studly rival fallen angels. Someone at Disney must have been given marching orders to find the studio its own Twilight franchise because, according to The Hollywood Reporter, the company just snatched up the movie rights to Fallen, a book only published two days ago.
Everyone has that one road in their home towns or cities. You know the one you just don't go down and avoid at all costs? Three new stills have surfaced for YellowBrickRoad in anticipation of its debut at Slamdance '10, and we have them for you without the peril caused by all those nasty twists and turns!
For some reason, the Internet community bought into the unsubstantiated rumor that Platinum Dunes is pushing ahead with its Friday the 13th sequel for a target release date of August 13, 2010, despite refutes from PD frontman Brad Fuller. Today we’ve got more evidence that it’s not to be expected this summer, and that’s probably a good thing.
Hot off the box office disappointment of Saw VI, Lionsgate is surely eager to cash in on the fast-sinking ship that is the Saw franchise. So eager, in fact, that they’ve announced a release date for their 3D sequel.
More stills for Vincenzo Natali's monster opus Splice have surfaced today in celebration of the film's upcoming Sundance run, and we have them for you all stuffed into a tight set of genes.
You may recognize Charlie Hunnam as Jax in the FX drama Sons of Anarchy, but who knew the guy was also a budding screenwriter? His first script, Vlad, is currently lined up to be produced by Brad Pitt’s Plan B and Summit Entertainment, and we have some information pertaining to the approach the writer/actor is taking with the material.
Director Rodrigo Cortes has had the dubious honor of doing what many fans of the Blade film series wanted to do after seeing Blade: Trinity -- bury Ryan Reynolds alive! That's just what he did in his latest film, Buried, which is set to make its debut at Sundance, and we've got some new and very claustrophobic stills for you!
We haven't heard much lately about Dear Mr. Gacy, the film adaptation of The Last Victim, the memoirs of Jason Moss, who corresponded with serial killer John Wayne Gacy; but today brought forth a bonanza of information, including a teaser, a clip, and the chance for members of the Dread Central community to ask star William Forsythe any questions they might have regarding the new film and/or his portrayal of Gacy.
The wait is nearly over for the release of Adam Green's latest film, Frozen, which turns the term "Survival Horror" on its ear! We're just a few short weeks away from the film's debut at Sundance in January (after which Anchor Bay will release the film in select theatres February 5th), and to gear up for this bona fide chiller, we have some stills for you!
Slamdance, which runs concurrently with Park City’s Sundance Film Festival, has announced its 2010 line-up, and there are several choices that look to make genre fans sit up and take notice.
When Trembles sent over this week's MPP feature, we were a little taken aback. Tommy Wiseau's The Room from 2003? Admittedly, few of us had heard of it, so we hit up IMDB for a synopsis.
We recently heard from K.M. Jamison, the writer and director of "Serial: Amoral Uprising", a 58-minute crime/horror film that was produced to help get the promotional ball rolling on a feature he plans to film based around a fictional serial killer named Trenton Wade Bracks.
It’s Wednesday, December 2nd (and incidentally this scribe’s birthday), when I arrive to the set of VH1 and Joke Productions’ reality series "Scream Queens 2". The show is shooting in a foreboding manse made infamous by its use in Rob Zombie’s Halloween (and across the street from the house Wes Craven made iconic in People Under the Stairs) off Western Avenue in Los Angeles, CA.