Ah, the paparazzi. They're always there when you need them, no? To go along with Milla's tweeting from the set of the new 3D entry into the Resident Evil franchise, Resident Evil: Afterlife, some new and ever so sneaky behind-the-scenes images have surfaced online.
Director Amy Heckerling of Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Clueless, and those damned Look Who's Talking flicks is ready to throw her hat into the blood-sucking arena with the new film Vamps.
October 31st, the day on which Twilight fans were able to purchase a commemorative The Twilight Saga: New Moon Tour T-shirt and procure a wristband entitling them to attend the New Moon Cast Tour event in their hometown, has come and gone. Just about all the stops are sold out, but some locations will offer Q&A's open to the public. In addition, we now know exactly who will be where (subject to last-minute changes, of course).
The premise of Danielle Harris fighting vampires alone is enough to make us look forward to Jim Mickle's Stake Land. Throw in a completely wicked teaser trailer on top of that? SOLD!
One film that's got us giddy that's being shopped at AFM as we speak is Conor McMahon's The Disturbed. McMahon, as you may recall, was the man who brought us the way above average zombie opus Dead Meat, and this flick marks his return to our genre!
Don't get too excited, dear reader ... this has nothing to do with 28 Days Later or even 28 Weeks Later. In fact Danny Boyle's next film is a completely different beast altogether.
Finally some video content out of AFM. My eyes were spinning from sales art and info sheets. A promo trailer for Adam Gierasch's redux of the horror classic Night of the Demons (review here) has surfaced amidst all this madness, and we have got to admit ... the flick is looking good!
Straight and to the point. That's how you could describe the early sales art for Kevin Williamson's first entry into his new Scream trilogy, Scream 4. Sure it's nothing groundbreaking but it gets the job done!
Yeah, not really horror, we know, but Conan has been known to fight monsters, giant creatures, zombies, ghosts, witches, etc. Besides it's brought to us by Marcus Nispel and his power color orange!
Earlier today we posted a kind of fuzzy look at the sales one-sheet for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. Now for the benefit of screaming girls and growling cougars everywhere, we've gotten our hands on a much better look. We wonder how many chicks are gonna have this as their wallpaper by dawn.
The first official still from the Paul Scheuring directed remake of Das Experiment (review), called simply The Experiment, debuted at AFM today, and the only words that come to mind for us are -- Please. Someone. Anyone. Get Adrien Brody a sandwich. Thanks.
We told you about George A. Romero's upcoming anthology flicks, Deadtime Stories, a long while ago. Since our initial story there's been little movement on the project, but now at this year's AFM two bits of sales art and info sheets about Volumes I and II in this series of films have sprung up, and guess what? We've got all the goods for you right here.
Updated: Piranha 3D review and CENTRAL Earlier today some shots from Aja's remake of Piranha surfaced at AFM. We figured we'd wait a little while until we had the chance to get you some nice clean images of the goods before we posted them.
Now this is the best news I've heard from AFM all day! Andrew has reported in that Hammer Films, which is having a pretty amazing resurgence already what with The Resident and Let Me In in post-production and currently filming, respectively, is about to tackle one of the best ghost stories ever written, The Woman in Black. And that's not all -- it's going to be in 3D!
Andrew Kasch just called in from AFM after his yearly conversation with Doctor Boll, in which the Mad German dropped an update on us regarding everyone's favorite sword swinging vampire, Bloodrayne.