Back in August it was announced that Larry Fessenden would be taking over as director on the American remake of J.A. Bayona's ghostly tale The Orphange. Fans rejoiced for the most part because with Larry at the helm, the last thing we'd get is a homogenized version of the flick that was met with much critical acclaim. Sadly ... things have changed.
A new website has opened up for Justin Guerrieri and Joseph Guerrieri's latest film, the indie production Joe Dante Presents Trail of Blood; and it's brimming with stills, a trailer, and more.
Simius Films unveiled details and a teaser trailer for its first production, a little movie called Paranormal Effect, which sheds a bit of light on one of Japan's most infamous curses. Of course it's a found footage flick pieced together by the "project's producers". Yep.
Three days. Three stories. Three horror movies featuring Brittany Murphy. We're flabbergasted. Yep, coming from director Matthew Parkhill and writer Sergio Casci is The Caller.
As we said when the announcement first came that Kingdom of the Spiders was getting a special edition DVD release, if you've never seen William Shatner's portrayal of manly man Rack Hansen, shame on you! If you don't have any idea what I'm talking about, then you NEED to watch the DVD trailer and clips for the film provided by Shout! Factory.
To go along with the TV spot that hit online recently, Lionsgate has revealed yet another poster for its upcoming vampire vs. human saga Daybreakers.
Those of you who’ve listened to the Driller Killer commentary track already know that director Abel Ferrara is completely out of his mind. But in case you aren’t so sure, I call your attention to this story, wherein we told you about a Ferrara-helmed reimagining of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde starring Forest Whitaker and 50 Cent as the deranged duo.
As Foy reported back in September, Roger Corman was selected to receive an Honorary Oscar by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Sadly, he won't be a big part of the Oscar telecast in March of 2010; instead, the awards ceremony was held this past Saturday at the Governor's Ball.
It's that time again! All the little girls of the world are jumping around like they have to take a bathroom break, bursting with anticipation for the day when their dear Edward slow walks across the big screen again, all slack-jawed and lazy-eyed like the vampire equivalent of Garfield.
If you're craving a dose of horror via the Interwebs (and who isn't, what with the endless parade of miscreants filling theater seats these days), look no further than the serial killer webisodes entitled Girl Number 9, the latest genre offering from James Moran (Severance).
This is the first news story of 2010 that I'm excited about! The third film in José Mojica Marins' Coffin Joe trilogy, The Embodiment of Evil, is coming home next year!
Rick Jacobson's throwback film to the wonderful two-breasted double-barrel Russ Meyer films of yesterday, Bitch Slap, starring Julia Voth, Erin Cummings, America Olivo, Michael Hurst, Ron Melendez, William Gregory Lee, and Minae Noji, has gotten itself a trailer. Our D-cup runneth over!
So you've bitten the bullet and purchased a Blu-ray player, but now you're left with some of your favorite movies on DVD and can't really afford to buy new copies of all of them. Warner Home Video feels your pain and has set up a special website where you can upgrade up to 25 of your discs for $7.95 or $9.95 per exchange with free shipping on orders of more than $25.00.
After weeks and weeks of teaser posters, a final one-sheet has surfaced for Brian Pulido's addition to the upcoming After Dark Horrorfest 4, The Graves.
And Universal's The Wolfman continues down a bumpy road toward its February 12, 2010, release date. On the editing front Dennis (The Chronicles of Riddick, The Fog-2005 version) Virkler is apparently out, and Mark Goldblatt and Walter Murch are in.