The first official still from the Paul Scheuring directed remake of Das Experiment (review), called simply The Experiment, debuted at AFM today, and the only words that come to mind for us are -- Please. Someone. Anyone. Get Adrien Brody a sandwich. Thanks.
We told you about George A. Romero's upcoming anthology flicks, Deadtime Stories, a long while ago. Since our initial story there's been little movement on the project, but now at this year's AFM two bits of sales art and info sheets about Volumes I and II in this series of films have sprung up, and guess what? We've got all the goods for you right here.
Updated: Piranha 3D review and CENTRAL Earlier today some shots from Aja's remake of Piranha surfaced at AFM. We figured we'd wait a little while until we had the chance to get you some nice clean images of the goods before we posted them.
Now this is the best news I've heard from AFM all day! Andrew has reported in that Hammer Films, which is having a pretty amazing resurgence already what with The Resident and Let Me In in post-production and currently filming, respectively, is about to tackle one of the best ghost stories ever written, The Woman in Black. And that's not all -- it's going to be in 3D!
Andrew Kasch just called in from AFM after his yearly conversation with Doctor Boll, in which the Mad German dropped an update on us regarding everyone's favorite sword swinging vampire, Bloodrayne.
Milla Jovovich continues her live Twitter updates from the set of Resident Evil: Afterlife, and not only are they informative, but some of them are damned funny, too! Get ready to dig on some highlights!
We've been waiting for an update on As Darkness Falls, a hybrid television/radio horror anthology series, for some time now, and we recently learned that it will be making its debut on Time Warner Cable in Southern California on Wednesday, November 11th, at 11:30 pm PST.
We love when clarification is given. It just makes everything seem a bit saner, ya know? It seems that The Hollywood Reporter didn't have all of its ducks in a row concerning the title switch of Walking Distance to Experimental Activity.
As always seems to be the case, if you want spoilers on the hottest movies today, you need to have your eyes on the world of plastic!
We could tell you that because of Halloween looming and the myriad of other things going on, we skipped bringing you the Never Sleep Again Twitterfeed from last Friday. However, there were some other exciting things going on that we saved to bring you along with it.
If you've been on the fence as to which version of Stephen King's upcoming novel Under the Dome to buy -- the hardcover, the audio CD, or the super special collector's edition -- the illustrations that hit online recently from the latter just might help you make up your mind.
Around these parts you'll hear us bitch and moan a lot about the San Diego Comic-Con and how much it takes out of us each year, but there's no denying the impact the event has had on the film industry and pop-culture as a whole ... nor how much fun is derived from it year after year. It's with a heavy heart that we pass on the news that SDCC co-founder Sheldon "Shel" Dorf has passed away at age 76.
With its imminent release this Friday, November 6th, The Fourth Kind is asking viewers, "Do you believe?" Weighing in on the debate is a new interview with paranormal writer and researcher Marie D. Jones.
Two new webclips for "162 Candles", this week's episode of The CW's breakout hit of the year, The Vampire Diaries, have hit online, and we've got both of them here for your viewing pleasure.
As is becoming their habit, The CW has provided fans of Supernatural with a sneak peek at this week's episode, which is entitled "Changing Channels".