You guys asked for it, and we listened. Now, due to popular demand, a limited number of tickets to attend the first annual Reaper Awards are available to the general public.
Could it be that after years of making no-budget, nearly plotless, factually inaccurate, pseudo-art films based on the exploits of real-life mass murders (like Nightstalker, review here), Ulli Lommel is actually about to try his hand at making a real motion picture, albeit still a really low budget and possibly factually inaccurate film based on a real-life serial killer? How else does one explain Ken Foree signing on to star in Lommel's take on the DC Sniper?
Director Jeremy Kasten has some really interesting things going on with his latest project The Dead Ones. Though everyone surrounding the project is still being rather tight-lipped, some of the mystery will be unraveling right here each week ... starting NOW.
Man, it has been a long time since I've heard anyone even mention the movie Silent Scream. It seems as if it's been lost a good long time. Thankfully a new DVD label known as Scorpion Releasing is changing all that, and the DVD will be hitting home in November! Hell yeah!
Friday can't get here soon enough for sci-fi and horror fans as that is the day Overture Films will be unleashing Pandorum on a genre audience who (after the dismal openings of the past few weeks) are in desperate need of a good old fashioned scare injection.
Did the free midnight screenings of Paranormal Activity (review here) pass you by? Is it not playing close enough to you? Well, here's your chance to do something about it!
Recall the stinker that was The Lost Boys: The Tribe (review here)? You remember -- the flick with the surfing vampires? (Again we ask: Why didn't the priest just bless the ocean?) No? You missed it? Do yourself a favor and keep it that way. Like it or not, Production Weekly has announced tonight that the next film in the franchise, now called Lost Boys 3: The Thirst, is just about ready to get under way from Warner Premiere.
It's always nice to see someone giving back to the community that gave him a start, and that's exactly what Sam Raimi is doing for up-and-coming British director Corin Hardy and his project entitled Refuge. Raimi, along with Jason Blum, Nathan Kahane, and Steven Schneider, will produce the film for Mandate Pictures, where Raimi's Ghost House Pictures has a deal.
In celebration of the publication of his new book Frostbite, a tale of werewolves in the frozen north that hits stores October 6th, horror author David Wellington has a gift for you. Thirty little gifts, actually, sure to delight and enthrall. That is, if you dare to read them...
Nicolas Cage has been talking about a Ghost Rider sequel for over a year now (see an earlier story by Foy from 9/4/08) and nobody paid him much mind, but now the trades are getting into the act and throwing around David Goyer's name to boot.
The above headline kind of makes our heads hurt a little. Just a little. Two questions beckon ... Why remake a remake? and If you're going to remake a remake, who better than the director of the original remake to remake his own remake into a brand new remake? Okay. I'm gonna need some Advil, stat!
Apparently, there still are a lot of secrets in space. That can be the only explanation why actor Dennis Quaid wasn't able to give up the goods when recently talking to Dread Central about his upcoming sci-fi/thriller Pandorum.
We've been following the progress of two new swamp monster movies in the works, and today we can bring you new news on both. More plot details have emerged on the Boggy Creek non-remake. The first image giving us a good look at swamp thing on the prowl in Brett Piper's Muckman is now available for gawking at. Put on your galoshes; things are about to get swampy.
If you missed out winning a copy of Rick Yancey's The Monstrumologist during our recent contest, don't despair. In an unusual turn of events, publisher Simon & Schuster is making the entire book available online for free for the next week via the innovative iPaper application from Scribd.
Everyone's favorite serial killer, Dexter Morgan, and his nemesis from the first two seasons, Sgt. James Doakes, are about to come home in a 7-inch action figure twin-pack from Bif Bang Pow!