If you're a regular reader of the site, then you know that we've touted Deon Taylor as an up-and-coming director to watch. And now that New Films has acquired his film Chain Letter during AFM, you'll soon be able to see if we're right.
For better or worse, we love the Jurassic Park films. The first one is an absolute classic, the second one is ... well ... the second one, and the third is a guilty pleasure monster movie. So as you can imagine, talk of a fourth entry brought a big smile to our faces.
The first image from Joe Maggio's Bitter Feast starring James LeGros for Glass Eye Pix debuted at AFM, and we have it for you served up with a little garnish of gore.
A couple of more stills came out of -- where else? -- the American Film Market in LA this weekend. this time for the toothy thriller starring Danielle Harris, Stake Land.
Another comic-to-film adaptation is in the pipeline, this one from Twisted Pictures, the company most known for its Saw films. It's called Sorrow and is the brainchild of Rick Remender, Seth Peck, and Francesco Francavilla published by Image Comics.
It's less than two weeks until the premiere of The Twilight Saga: New Moon so of course to go along with today's press conference, the film's main stars popped up with some high profile interviews. We've already heard from four members of the Wolf Pack and Kristen Stewart; now it's time for Edward and Jacob themselves, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner, to chime in with their $.02.
The very first still from 30 Days of Night: Dark Days just arrived in our inbox, and because we are quick like cats, here it is for the rest of you guys!
The first image from the set of Matt Reeves' Let The Right One In remake, now titled after the book that film was based upon, Let Me In, has slipped online in the form of a Twitpic that signifies the end of the first week of filming.
Twitter is abuzz with reports from The Twilight Saga: New Moon's press day -- we'll list our recommended tweeters to follow below -- but in the meantime some video interviews with Kristen Stewart and four members of the Wolf Pack just hit online that are sure to get fans talking.
I know what you're thinking ... Lost Boys 4? We didn't even get Lost Boys 3 yet. Well, that hasn't stopped Warner Bros. from thinking a bit ahead.
Even if you're not a wrestling fan, the odds are pretty good that at the very least you've heard of the phenom known as the WWE's The Undertaker. Plain and simple ... he's a big scary man. A film about this character seems like a no-brainer, and WWE Films is apparently inclined to agree.
Just the other day we got a look at the cover art for the December 29th DVD and Blu-ray release of Jennifer's Body, and now we have the specs to go along with it!
The NYCHFF is taking place this November in the Big Apple, and not only are they showcasing a solid horror line-up, they're also presenting a lifetime achievement award to one of our own.
We lost count of exactly how many sequels there were to the werewolf classic The Howling. The troubled series has seen marsupials, freakshows, and even big-breasted sibling werewolves. Just when you thought it was over, the franchise is reborn!
Takashi Shimizu knows his stuff when it comes to making movies about really creepy ghosts that are pretty pissed off. In his latest film, The Shock Labyrinth, which was shot in 3D, he's taking his trademark pale spookers off of the screen and placing them right in your lap!