Over a decade ago there was talk of a movie that would have cast Jean-Claude Van Damme as a park ranger forced into a life or death struggle against Bigfoot. Sadly, that film never came about and we were forever denied the sight of the "Muscles from Brussels" kickboxing Sasquatch. On the plus side, it looks like Van Damme is finally set to enter the world of horrordom with a new fright flick called The Breed. Exactly what he'll be kickboxing remains to be seen.
Just because it's the 21st Century doesn't mean there is no longer room for movies that shamelessly riff on the Alien films. They were a hallmark of sci-fi cinema back in the Eighties and well into the Nineties. Now here we are in the Zeroes, and this August there will be an Alien Uprising.
In 1981, a young director named Sam Raimi set out to give audiences a new vision of the horror genre with his now cult classic film The Evil Dead. Twenty-eight years later (and one Spider-Man trilogy behind him), Raimi is looking to do the very same with his latest project, Drag Me to Hell.
The casting call went out today to be an extra in Platinum Dunes' redux of the Wes Craven classic, A Nightmare on Elm Street and if you're in the Chi-town area you could very well fall victim to a set of really sharp razor claws!
Ever wonder what it was like to play as an Alien, a Predator, or a Space Marine dealing with these two menaces? Better yet, ever wonder what it was like to have something good be done with the Aliens Vs. Predator franchise? Sega of America looks to be onto something we've been screaming for.
If you missed Coraline in theatres you really dropped the ball, man! It's a true feast for every one of our senses! Don't beat yourself up too bad though, because on July 21st Universal will be bringing this instant classic home in several different packages on DVD and Blu-ray! What to expect? We've got the skinny for ya!
With the big-daddy of video game shows, E3, just around the corner, Sega of America announced what they'll have on tap for us fans of blood, gore, monsters, and weirdness! Let's take a quick look, shall we? From the press release:
Time for another installment of Doug Slack's horror anthology serial Hard-Boiled Horror Tales! Dread Central is proud to present "The Hit Got Hairy" Part XI.
What up, Con-DUDE's and Condu-ETTES? Adam here! Before I get into this preview, let's break apart a classic … Goldeneye 007 for Nintendo 64. First-person shooters are constantly being compared to it, and, apparently, nobody has lived up to it ... well except for Perfect Dark, which was made by the same developer, Rare.
According to Variety, "Gossip Girl"’s Jessica Szohr has been added to the Piranha 3D cast, playing a local girl enjoying spring break in her small town when all hell breaks loose.
The seventh installment of the Foycast has arrived. It really ought to be labled as Foycast 7.5 since this is a second take. On top of that, the original plan was to do a new Dinner For Fiends, only to have it turned into an impromptu Foycast at the last moment. For an hour long show with no prepared topic, somehow Uncle Creepy and I managed to stutter and stammer our way through it and hit a myriad of subjects in the process.
The B-Movie Celebration of Shelbyville and Franklin, Indiana, is set to get underway in September, and they've just released the long roll call of films they plan to be showing. It's a doozy! This is a great opportunity to watch some awesome rarely shown titles up on a far larger screen than what's sitting in your living room.
A few cast members from the latest entry into the franchise that's become an October tradition, Saw VI, sat down for an exclusive chat with Movie Entertainment after the film wrapped, and lucky for you the whole thing was caught on video.
This week Trembles deconstructs the 1933 Disney favorite Three Little Pigs. You'll never look at it quite the same again!
There are gimmicks, and then there are gimmicks. And today we got the drop on a story that will make you want to drop your drawers and settle in for some alone time. Seriously. Why take a book into the bathroom when you can actually read the toilet paper?