Normally the name Ridley Scott mentioned in the same sentence as the words "new vampire film" would have us giddy like a schoolgirl, but we're still busy celebrating the man's return to the Alien franchise! Yet, there is indeed life after Xenomorphs, and Fox 2000 is busy developing a project that would reunite the director with screenwriter John Logan, who worked with him on Gladiator.
Director Mary Lambert is leaving the Pet Sematary behind in lieu of some more oceanographic terrors. Seems she has developed a serious case of Hydrophobia, the title of a new chiller about a killer mermaid that can only be stopped by a man afraid of water. Think of it as the anti-Splash.
Sharks are probably one of the scariest creatures on the planet. There's just no reasoning with them. You're not a person in their cold black eyes. You, just like everything else in their way, are simply lunch. Hell, depending on your size, maybe even just a snack! It's that very justified fear of these creatures that the filmmakers behind The Reef hope to tap into.
Yet another new one sheet for Kevin Greutert's first entry into Lionsgate's favorite Halloween franchise, Saw VI, has debuted today, showcasing a few of Jigsaw's favorite tools of the trade.
Joss Whedon is a busy man - impressive to me since I'd written him off as a one trick pony after the Buffy comic all but ended my enthusiasm for the series.
Tommy Jarvis himself, Corey Feldman, has been tapped to host the October 2nd Chiller Eyegore Awards, the opening night celebration of Universal Studios Hollywood’s “Halloween Horror Nights.”
While there’s been no shortage of horror festivals in recent years, it’s cool to see another one taking shape, this one in Seattle, WA. If you’re in the area, or you’re up for a road trip, this one looks like it’s going to be worth checking out!
We first heard about No Right Turn last March, just prior to its debut at the CPH:PIX film fest in Copenhagen. Things must have gone well for writer/director David Noel Bourke and crew there because they recently landed a DVD release date of December 1st for the US and Canada.
Over twenty new stills for Ruben Fleischer's upcoming zomcom Zombieland (review here) have been dropped on us filled with behind-the-scenes goodness to go with Woody and his special brand of ghoul dispatching mayhem.
In addition to just making available the new Paranormal Activity trailer, Paramount has revealed the first batch of cities in which midnight screenings of the film will be held and launched its spiffy new website!
When you live in small towns like Forks and LaPush, Washington, having an influx of 1,200 to 1,500 people for a weekend event is sure to help the local economy. And that's exactly what transpired during the celebration known as Bella's Birthday and Stephenie Meyer Day, which ran this past September 12th and 13th, 2009.
Now this is interesting news. Not only do Dracula fans have the official sequel in novel form, Dracula: The Un-Dead (which we first told you about here), to look forward to this October, there's also a totally separate, but still Stoker family-sanctioned, graphic novel on its way.
The latest vampyric horror-comedy on the block, Transylmania, just got itself a new one-sheet that should appeal to all the ladies who love their brooding lovers long in the tooth as well as fans of pork and chicken.
Oh, Sorority Row, how you let us down. Most of us went in hoping/expecting it would live up to its R rating with boobs, blood, and a big finale. Instead, we got (as Nomad wrote in his Sorority Row review) "a butt-numbing experience, watching the ladies be picked off in the lamest ways possible (save one shining moment that is too little, too late)." Now it's Trembles' turn to weigh in.
There's been lots of movement and excitement lately regarding Paramount's release of Oren Peli's haunted house shocker Paranormal Activity (review here), and we expect that things are only going to get even crazier once you guys have a moment to check out the film's new poster and official trailer, which has just debuted on Apple.