As the Sundance film fest wound down for another year, one last film managed to be acquired: Michael Winterbottom's adaptation of The Killer Inside Me starring Casey Affleck and Jessica Alba.
If you've been thinking that the old staple movie-of-the-week is dying a slow death nowadays, think again because Syfy is keeping the tradition alive via its Saturday night made-for-TV movies. And things are about to get even more interesting as the network preps five titles that give a contemporary twist on classic fairy tales.
Some good news for our friends across the pond crept out over the weekend: the BBC Three's "Being Human" is being renewed for its third season. And not only that, but the three housemates are relocating to Wales!
The Legacy has all the makings of a typical 70s pedigree horror film: marquee stars (Katharine Ross and Sam Elliott), a competent director (Return of the Jedi’s Richard Marquand), and lavish production values. At first glance, it’s the kind of movie that looks like it might easily play on a double bill with The Omen, The Other or even The Sentinel.
Here's the smallest window between a theatrical exhibition and a home video release that I've ever heard of. Heartless, starring Jim Sturgess, will be hitting UK theaters on May 21, followed by a immediate boot to video on May 24. Read on for the skinny.
Once again The Vampire Diaries' Executive Producers Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec have recorded a video intro to the upcoming episode of the show, entitled "Children of the Damned", in which we meet the Salvatore boys' papa Guiseppe, played by guest star James (Dexter) Remar.
We've barely had time to digest this week's episode of Supernatural, and already the CW is whetting our appetites for the next installment, entitled "The Song Remains the Same", with two new webclips.
Lately the world has been obsessed with sexy/stupid sparkly vampires and shirtless werewolves. For those of you who cry, "Where the hell are the blood-sucking demons, damn it?!", weep no more. Battlefield Heroes has now been invaded by vampires and werewolves … the GOOD KIND, too. The kind that split you up the middle if the moment pleases them.
Frankly, this is one of the coolest things I've had the pleasure of reporting on. It's no surprise that I'm an absolute Friday the 13th fanatic (the Paramount years, at least) and believe me when I tell you that I am very tempted to place an order for this awesome little piece of slasher movie history.
Before the big budget remake of The Crazies hits theaters all throughout North America, some lucky Canadian residents will have the opportunity to check out George A. Romero's original classic on the big screen - if you're near the wonderful Metro Cinema in Edmonton, AB, that is!
With the release of the Zombieland DVD and Blu-ray (review here) right around the corner, we've dug up a preview of some of the disc's special features for you. Why? Rule #1: Always give your readers cool shit to look at and sift through.
Tonight's the full moon so you know what that means, right? Time for some more stuff from The Wolfman! That's right, kids! We've got seven different clips for you along with a boatload of news stills! Ready? Dig it, baby!
Videos galore have dropped today for IFC's upcoming Red Riding trilogy, and we've got every single one for you! Get ready to dig on all the trailers and even a behind-the-scenes featurette!
Top Cow has handed down a preview of Berserker #4, which hits comic stands on Wednesday, February 3rd. The series produced by "Heroes" star Milo Ventimiglia and DiVide Pictures continues its bone-crushing tale written by Rick Loverd with art by Jeremy Haun.
About an hour ago we got an e-mail in our inbox from DC reader Gary Luchessi, who attended the last screening of Frozen at Sundance. Gary had two reasons for writing: one, to let us know that our Frozen review (read it here) was on the money, and two, to let us know that someone fainted in the bathroom during last night's screening. Interesting.