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.
Talcott, West Virginia - Through a wall of granite hammer strikes ring out, echoing off stone. Grunts of effort can be heard, and when people reach the end of the tunnel, they feel pain. No matter who they are, they've heard the story. To ignore such a tale would be to ignore one of the greatest heroes of the United States. And while, to many, his tale is one tall enough to be considered mere folklore, to others his is a story of triumph of the human spirit, and such is the stuff of which legends are made.
Finally after months of hints, suggestions, and hopes, a sequel to the 2006 film Silent Hill has just been made official. And there's much rejoicing in the ash-laden streets.
With production winding down on his new film for Not For the Squeamish Productions, Strip Club Slasher, famous horror author and Dread Central's resident perv Joe Knetter dropped us off some exclusive semi-NSFW stills from the flick that may get your monitors just a wee bit steamy.
With the September 25th release of Pandorum right around the corner, it could only mean one thing ... time to give away free stuff! That's right, guys! Get ready for your chance to win a truly out-of-this-world Pandorum prize package!
In LA and need to get your hands on a copy of Grace (review here) on Blu-ray or DVD? Better yet ... need to get one and have it signed? Once again Dark Delicacies is the place to be!
I lost count of exactly how many Silent Night, Deadly Night films there were. Let's see ... there was the classic original flick that caused quite a stir. So much so that they barely filmed any original footage for its sequel Silent Night, Deadly Night 2 and things just sort of went batshit crazy from there. Bill Moseley was involved, there were brain pans, killer toys, Egyptian cults ... you name it. Lionsgate announced today that they will be bringing three of those crazy-ass sequels home in one shiny three-disc box set.
A few years ago Forest Whitaker won a Best Actor Oscar for his spellbinding performance as dictatorial mass murderer Idi Amin. Now he's starring opposite 50 Cent in the latest re-telling of Jekyll and Hyde. I'd roll my eyes, but the director is Abel Ferrara (Bad Lieutenant, Driller Killer, Ms. 45), someone who can be a cinematic Jekyll and Hyde in his own right.
It isn't typical for an announcement of a DVD's release date being pushed back to be considered "good news", but in the case of Matt Pizzolo's episodic illustrated film Godkiller, the filmmaker couldn't be more ecstatic. So, what gives?
People looking to enjoy their death trip at home instead of theatres with David R. Ellis' The Final Destination are going to have to wait a little longer than expected to get their hands on this flick with all of its digital bits intact.