In what is probably the most shocking bit of news today: Japan is actually taking a page from a recent American movie trend. They’re going 3D!
Sure, it sounds like good news at first. Kurt Wimmer, the man responsible for the inexplicable cult favorite Equilibrium (and Ultraviolet, too, just to prove he’s not infallible), is attached to write a remake of Paul Verhoeven’s 1990 classic Total Recall.
While I won’t hold it against Irish director Ruairi Robinson for undertaking the Akira remake, his attachment to The Farm, a new development at Spitfire Pictures, sounds like something worth taking note of.
With so many gameplay trailers and launch trailers coming out at such a fast and furious pace, it makes little to know sense to do a story on each one. Instead, here's a bunch of stuff all in one neat little blood-soaked spot!
It's way overdue, but Sony just announced at their E3 press conference that a brand new Resident Evil title will be heading to the PSP sometime next year. Unfortunately, that was all they announced, so let the speculation begin.
Actor Lee Perkins dropped us a line today to let us know that actress and Playboy model Angelina Leigh has joined him in the cast of Slime City Massacre, Greg Lamberson's sequel to his 1980's cult hit Slime City, which we first told you about a few weeks ago.
Rabid Dogs is considered by many to be the inspiration for Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs. Trembles appreciates it for its "bleak and searing real-world starkness."
Most everyone seems to agree that Sam Worthington was the best thing about the recent Terminator: Salvation so there's little doubt he'll be able to hold his own against such heavy hitters as Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes in Warner Brothers' upcoming retelling of the Perseus myth, Clash of the Titans.
And the goods keep coming out of E3. Next up ... Dead Rising 2 from Capcom.
If your house is anything like ours, you're always on the looking for a cool looking new collectible to add to the collection. And if it's a zombie, then all the better! Today FearWerx announced a fellow you're sure to want to bring home: War of the Dead: Z•E•R•O - Zombie Type One.
Back in March of this year Stiles White and Juliet Snowden, the writing duo responsible for the upcoming Poltergeist remake, promised to the fans, "It’s treasured; it’s valuable. We see Poltergeist as if, um, as if we’re being handed the keys to the car and we’re gonna be really careful with it."
We've seen a lot of them, but these next two are by far the ones that kicks the most ass. And where are they from, you ask? One's on the cover of the new issue of Fangoria, and the other comes to us as per usual from Zombie's MySpace page, that's where!
Sometimes we cover stuff on this site that leaves me scratching my head. We had a review of the new Terminator movie? I guess I can sort of understand that. Which brings me to Monkey Island.
So the big question remains ... will Death's latest design still come out to go head-up with Rob Zombie's unstoppable sequel machine on August 28th? And if it does, will it survive at the box office? I guess that will depend on how good it looks!
Do you realize it has now been a full 24 hours since we've had a new article related to Twilight? I know all you hardcore Twilight fans need your Twilight fix. Perhaps you should all get together on a boat, take a trip up to Alaska, and along the way visit the actual Forks, Washington: the quaint little perpetually overcast town that Edward and Bella call home.