Now this is what I call exciting. We reported a few months ago that the lost footage from Clive Barker's Nightbreed had been found, and now if you're willing to make a trip, you can be amongst the few to see it!
If you missed out on Malevolence, director Stevan Mena's great slasher flick from 2004, you had better go and catch up in a hurry. Mena's prequel Bereavement is apparently well on its way, and if it's anything like the first flick, you're not going to want to miss it!
Along with the upcoming sequel, a movie version, and a rumored six-part TV series, Seth Grahame-Smith's living dead laden take on the Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is set to be released in yet another form: a graphic novel from Del Rey with a May 5, 2010, publication date.
And the final casting addition has been made to Season Three of HBO's runaway vampire hit "True Blood"! That's right, guys, yet another super sexy siren joins the cast ... as if you needed yet another reason to watch.
It's official! John Landis is back behind the camera for Burke and Hare, and filming has commenced. We all know that this is gonna be good, but things have actually just gotten a bit better with the addition of the great Tim Curry to the cast! Excited yet?
Fans of film soundtracks wondering if the score for Universal's upcoming redux of The Wolfman is gonna be worth their hard earned cash needn't wonder anymore!
The whole time I watched Legion, pretty much the only thing I could think about was how great Trembles' MPP of the flick was going to be. The film is rife with some awesomely cheesy lines that are just begging for the Trembles treatment, and this week he delivers the goods.
Star power doesn't necessarily equate to a good film, but considering its cast includes the likes of Jon Hamm and Josh Lucas, director Anders Anderson's Stolen certainly is in the running to provide a good time to viewers, which is probably why IFC Films snapped up the North American rights to the mystery thriller.
Following up on the news story of a couple of days ago regarding Anchor Bay acquiring the rights to Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo's After.Life, it appears that the good folks at AB are looking to give this unnerving little flick a bit of a theatrical run!
It seems lately all we get are remakes, stuff based on graphic novels, and the occasional ill-conceived sequel. Every wonder where all the original ideas have gone? DreamWorks has apparently found one right here on the Internet!
With the success of District 9 (which nabbed four Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture), everyone's been wondering what the people behind the smash hit alien flick will do next. Is there a sequel in the works, or maybe the time is right for something completely new ...
Next month the South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Conference and Festival will be in full swing down in awesome Austin, Texas, and we've got a look at what horror flicks will be sending super-sized chills down the spines of festival goers.
In this fast moving day and age, studios are always looking to find new and unique ways to promote their films. Just when you think you've seen it all, an idea comes up that is not only very original but pretty friggin' cool as well! Read on for more.
Joe R. Lansdale has been called a Mojo storyteller, a cult figure, a gifted storyteller, a folklorist, and an American original. I prefer to think of him as a purveyor of the Southern Gothic genre with stops to deliver some of the best crime stories through his recurring characters Hap Collins and Leonard Pine. (If you haven’t read a Hap and Leonard story, you need to get with the program and pick up a copy of Savage Season, their first adventure.)
One thing I hate about Blu-ray is the damn region locking that plagued DVD. Before importing a disc, I've got to do plenty of research to ensure it'll work in my player, which sometimes leads to depressing news. While we have a pretty sweet version of Day of the Dead in high definition already thanks to Anchor Bay, today's announcement of a UK edition sounds even sweeter!