This October 10th-19th will see the return of Screamfest to LA’s Grauman’s Chinese 6 Theater, and we’ve been giving you bits and pieces on it since the festival first started compiling its schedule of horror films. Well, no more piecemeal; it's time for the entire feast!
It’s been a few months since we’ve heard anything about Derek K. Milton’s supernatural western Death Keeps Coming, and the other day reader “Jessica” dropped us a line with the heads up that some more casting took place shortly after our last piece on it that slipped past us.
It's Street Scene weekend here in San Diego, which means this Woman is out dancing in the streets to an eclectic mix of music with an even more diverse crowd of people, so this Weekly Wrap-up for September 13-19, 2008, is going to be a tad abbreviated.
We recently heard from our buddies Andy and Andrew of The Film Ranch, and they let us know that their most recenty feature, Brainjacked (set visit), is deep in post-production. What does that mean? Updates and hopefully videos will be popping up more frequently.
Just when you didn’t think you could see any weirder stuff on this here site, we slap you upside the head with Barbie! But she’s not just any Barbie, oh now; she’s a Tippi Hedren Barbie from Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds!
It’s been a few months since we’ve heard anything more about The Gate: 20 Years Later, the proposed sequel to the 1987 Tibor Takacs film about kids who open a gate to hell in their backyard. While months of silence are usually normal for a Hollywood production as things fall into place, the news is sadly not good for this particular sequel.
Well, it’s not a ton of new information, but at least we can keep Joss Whedon’s Cabin in the Woods close to the front of your brainpan again for a bit, right? Right!
Igor is out in theaters right now, and hopefully you guys have read our review and will be getting out to see it this weekend. To encourage you even further, we managed to procure an exclusive clip which showcases the sense of humor of both the movie and its creators.
With all the remakes, prequels, and sequels being shoved down horror fans' throats these days, more and more of us are turning to the Internet in search of fresh, original content. And now, thanks to Mike Costanza's EerieTube, we have a new place to hang out.
This story might be a little more sci-fi than horror, but considering the parties involved, I don't see how we can pass up covering it. The Hollywood Reporter reports that "Flash Forward", the script for which was penned by David Goyer (pictured) and Brannon Braga, is close to landing at ABC with a pilot order.
Yes, that’s right, horror is dead. All right, maybe not dead exactly, if it were we’d be out of a job, but it’s certainly not looking too healthy. It's emaciated, too pale, and tufts of hair keep falling out.
As if tapping into the works of the Koreans, Japanese and Spanish wasn’t enough, Hollywood is now setting its remake sights on the Danish.
We’ve still got over a month to wait before Sideshow Collectibles’ annual Spooktacular event rolls out, but that doesn’t mean they’re going to be holding all their new horror collectibles close to their chest.
The poster for the new architectural horror film Walled In found its way online today, and a quick check around the Net shows that the film’s official site has recently gotten a nice upgrade and is full of info on the movie.
The masterminds behind the Sci Fi Channel are stretching themselves yet again into the realm of horror, without actually saying outright that they’re working in our genre, with a new show they’ve greenlit called “Warehouse 13”, according to Variety.