Now that fans of The Twilight Saga have had several hours to watch and rewatch the "Bella's Birthday" clip that appeared on MTV's Ulalume: Howling at New Moon, the network has graciously posted the entire special online, and you can watch it right here.
Just taking a moment to wish you all a very happy Halloween. Here's to another year of laughs, chills, and obscenities directed at whoever decides to remake the next film that should be left alone.
It was announced a few days ago that Rob Zombie's new album Hellbilly Deluxe 2 was being delayed past its scheduled release date of November 17th due to some issues he was having with the Geffen label he's been with for the past 18 years. And today we got the word those problems were so irreparable that Zombie has signed a new worldwide deal with leading rock label Roadrunner Records through its Loud & Proud imprint.
There's a new Scarecrow in town, and he's heading to AFM courtesy of Terrestrial Pictures. Written and directed by Joseph Bat, this iteration of the scarecrow legend is inspired by the power of myth and classic creature feature horror.
The first film to join After Dark's Horrorfest 4 lineup was writer/director Brian Pulido's The Graves, and today its new fest tie-in poster was revealed.
Only three weeks ... twenty-one agonizing days ... stand between today and The Twilight Saga: New Moon's total domination of the box office, and to help build the excitement even more, Summit has released yet another new clip. It shows the Cullen clan's reunion for Bella's birthday bash and provides an extended glimpse of the tension caused by her presence, clarifying the altercation between Edward and Jasper (Jackson Rathbone) we've seen occur in the trailers.
There isn't much that says "Halloween" quite like dancing skeletons so we're going to close out this Friday night before All Hallow's Eve with a little tease of the upcoming video "Gunman" from Them Crooked Vultures - aka Foo Fighter's Dave Grohl on drums, Queens of the Stone Age's Joshua Homme on guitar and vocals, and the one and only John Paul Jones on bass and keyboards.
Marc Haimes, who went from DreamWorks executive to screenwriter, has just sold his latest script, entitled Jitters to Paramount. The project will be produced by Benderspink, which also happens to be Haimes' management company.
Myriad Pictures has announced that Amanda Crew and Adrianne Palicki (pictured) are set to co-star in Jamie Babbit’s upcoming thriller Breaking The Girl. Production is scheduled to start in Canada in 2010.
Yesterday’s list of overlooked slasher flicks got me thinking about their European cousin, the giallo. Sure, most gialli were cranked out before the slasher craze was under way, but it’s hard to ignore the similarities: knife-wielding, black-gloved lunatics, tragic prologues often used establish our killer’s motivations and, of course, excessive female exploitation. In short: total bliss!
Another film looking for a 2010 release that looks to ride high on the wave of 2009's ghostly success stories is Richard Ledes' haunting opus Foreclosure. A teaser trailer became available today, and we must admit it's gotten our attention.
Tonight only, director Ti West and actress Jocelin Donahue will be holding a Q&A session after the 7:20pm and 9:45pm screenings of The House of the Devil at the Sunset 5 in Los Angeles.
And the award for least likely title for a horror film goes to ... Who cares what the movie's called? It stars Sophie Monk, and she's like the finest haul of Halloween candy imaginable! Time for a treat!
A new trailer debuted today for the post-apocalyptic scare-fest The Road and we've got it for you, scorched Earth and all. Dig it!
Ask many of today's horror fans if they've ever seen The Asphyx, and you're bound to be met with an odd glance. Nope. Not many people have heard of Peter Newbrook's 1972 classic, but apparently someone remembers because the flick is next on the old remake block.