Just in time for AFM a little title change has gone on concerning Tim Sullivan's follow-up to 2001 Maniacs. The subtitle The Beverly Hellbillys has been ditched, and in its place we now have Field of Screams, making the full title for anyone not playing along 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams.
We've all been waiting a while to see what Automaton Transfusion director Steven C. Miller was going to bring to the table next. Looks like we're gonna be waiting a bit longer for AT2 because Miller has a new project cooking that has definitely got our attention.
It's been a while since Gris Grimly updated us on the status of his collaboration with Ghoultown and the lovely Cassandra Peterson (aka Elvira) on the song "Mistress of the Dark", but today we got word that a limited edition CD/DVD is now available. And if you order a copy before October 25th, Grimly, aka the Mad Creator, will try his darnedest to get it to you by Halloween!
Fortunately, its November 25th release date hasn't changed again; instead, we get a new, albeit rather generic, poster for John Hillcoat's adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's The Road.
Tracy Coogan (Zombie Honeymoon, Dark Woods) has been invited by this scribe to join the 'Horror Starlets' who are "Bowling for Boobies" to raise money for women fighting Breast Cancer. To support the Busted Foundation, Ms. Coogan, along with Nom De Plum Films, Dread Central, and TCB Public Relations, will give away two exclusive tickets for this Thursday's Dark Woods screening in Los Angeles.
It's a miserable week for Supernatural fans -- no new episode, but rather a repeat of the Season 5 premiere, "Sympathy for the Devil". But to make up for it, The CW has provided a batch of new photos from Episodes 7 and 8, "The Curious Case Of Dean Winchester" and "Changing Channels", respectively.
In case you've forgotten, Saw VI isn't the only genre film opening this weekend. Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant will also hit theatres on October 23rd, and in celebration of the upcoming release, Universal is allowing fans to join the freak show through the launch of a brand new "iFreak" iPhone and iPod Touch application.
This past summer filmmaker Kendal Sinn first unveiled the details of his Shadow Falls Memorial feature film, and today he provided Dread Central with an update and a first look at the flick's red-band trailer. Read on for more!
Last week casting news starting coming in on the upcoming project Devil, which is being helmed by John Dowdle (Quarantine). And now we have some details on just who is going to be bringing the Devil to life.
Earlier this month I brought you first word about River of Darkness, a new supernatural thriller starring pro wrestler Kurt Angle as a small town sheriff battling a trio of brothers lynched long ago who are back from the grave looking to settle old scores. The brothers are portrayed by pro wrestlers Kevin Nash, Psycho Sid Vicious, and Bill Laing, the Mothman of The Mothman Prophecies.
Akiva Goldsman is a name almost universally reviled amongst the online movie geek community. Inside Hollywood, the Oscar-winning screenwriter is one of the most respected and sought after. Will the screenwriter of Lost in Space, Batman & Robin, I Am Legend, and I, Robot find redemption amongst the hardcore fanbase with his work in bringing Swamp Thing back to the big screen?
I feel like we've been talking about Universal's reboot of the classic Wolfman franchise forever now. At the very least it's been several years. Thankfully it looks like the film's February 12th, 2010 release date is rock solid. For now anyway.
Sometimes we sit on things for a while until they're ready to be uncorked. Such is the case with the following interviews we recorded at the SDCC '09 with Saw VI stars Betsy Russell and Costas Mandylor!
Friggin' Nazis. All these decades later, and those bastards are STILL causing trouble. Having had their fill of the zombie sub-genre, these dastardly creeps are set to goose-step their way into slasher territory with a new Danish flick called Final Solution.
One remake/reboot we both are and aren't looking forward to is Stephen Norrington's upcoming re-envisioning of The Crow. We're glad it's not going the total remake route and is instead focusing on a whole new Crow, but at the same time many fans feel that it couldn't possibly get better than the Brandon Lee version, so what's the point? One thing's for certain: It couldn't possibly get any worse than the three god-awful sequels.