For my money Billy Burke as Bella's dad was the best thing in all of Twilight. Burke, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"'s Emma Caulfield, busty model/actress Kelly Brook (soon to be eaten alive in Piranha 3D), and film veteran Elliot Gould co-star in Shadow Play, a new thriller in the vein of Hitchcock and The Shining about a cleaning man whose sanity begins to unravel as he works to clean up a sprawling mansion.
Two new genre flick are in theatres this week, both with some sci-fi flavor -- The Box and The Fourth Kind. What's the skinny? No worries, dear reader! We've got the early word on what's worth your time and what isn't.
This scribe (pictured right) just got in from a whirlwind visit from the set of 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, which is currently shooting Day 13 of 25 in Vancouver, Canada, and while I can’t spill much yet (although blood was spilled there gratuitously), I can give you an update on casting.
Now that she's gained the kind of notoriety most actors only dream of by portraying Alice Cullen, adopted "sister" of Edward, in The Twilight Saga, Ashley Greene is undoubtedly fielding offers left and right. It's good to see her sticking with our genre as she appears to be in final talks to star in a new film entitled The Apparition.
There will be no time spent in the fields for Shia LeBeouf as the actor has moved out of the Dark Fields for some greener pastures. In his place? Hangover star Bradley Cooper.
More news coming out of AFM today, this time concerning the latest Bret Easton Ellis adaptation, Bait, for Myriad Pictures. We've even scored you some sales art too! We're good like that!
We all know vampires are riding high on a wave of incredible popularity right now, but werewolves are holding their own pretty well, too. And on November 11th Top Cow introduces us to another lycan to love: FBI agent Alex O’Roark, aka Tracker.
Episode 2 of the Roger Corman/Joe Dante/Corey Feldman collaboration known as Splatter is hitting Netflix tomorrow, November 6th, and Dread Central was provided with another exclusive clip to keep things interesting!
The very gimmick-heavy fourth entry into Death's favorite franchise, The Final Destination, will be coming roaring home to Blu-ray and DVD on January 5th, 2010, along with some good and bad news.
More sales are crept out of AFM today, this time for Land of Canaan, a psychological thriller/horror flick based on a true story of murder and hauntings in the Nevada town of Goldfield.
In preparation for a DVD release on December 29th, Lightning Entertainment has set loose a trailer for its latest horror comedy Diagnosis: Death. Directed by Jason Stutter, this new horror comedy stars Raybon Kan, Jessica Grace Smith, Suze Tye, and The Flight of the Conchords' Bret McKenzie, Rhys Darby, and Jemaine Clement.
As the nationwide phenomenon Paranormal Activity (review here) makes its way to the $100 million mark at the box office, Paramount Pictures is taking fan appreciation to new heights by giving back to the legion of moviegoers who helped to make the $15,000 movie a hit by featuring their names in the credits of the film’s DVD and Blu-ray editions
It's been about a year since we last updated you on the new Aussie horror movie called Road Train, but now thanks to AFM we have some art and even a trailer for you guys to dig on!
The unprecedented success of Paranormal Activity has been beneficial for many people, but one could argue that IM Global is reaping the most rewards. Hot off the success of Oren Peli’s haunting flick, IM Global Home Entertainment has been forged to focus on lower budgeted theatrical fare.
A bit more video content has come out of this year's AFM, this time for the horror/comedy known as Dahmer Vs. Gacy, which promises to leave blood on the walls and laughs in your belly!