Those of you out there with cable (pretty much everyone but my wife and me) will be happy to hear about not one or two, but three cool British shows making their way to BBC America later this year.
How odd is it that we just happened to randomly mention Warlock during the last Dinner for Fiends, and then all of a sudden news pops up about a new comic being created based on the film series? And people say we’re not trendsetters.
Interesting; we have a press release from Top Cow about their latest flagship series, Berserker, but not a peep as to what it’s actually going to be about. Does that make it more or less intriguing? All we know is that Berserker “combines elements of superheroes with Norse mythology … [thrown] in with some bone-crushing violence and punch-in-the-mouth action” I vote for more intriguing, then!
"You'll meet this guy, have a beer with him, or whatever; a month later, you'll wake up and take everybody out at the car dealership where you bought your car.” That’s how The Objective director Daniel Myrick explains what happens when one has a run-in with the lead in the new film he’s planning, Savant.
If you lived in a place called Doomsday County, should it really come as a surprise when you find yourself having to fend off hungry zombies, bloodsucking vampires, melting mad scientists, and alien invaders? That'd be like entering Uncle Creepy's subconscious mind and being shocked to find so much filth and madness.
Bio-terrorism takes on a whole new meaning in Bio-Dead, a new indie sci-fi horror flick from writer director Stephen J. Hadden about the horror that awaits a hazmat team looking for survivors following a viral holocaust.
No, we are not talking about a re-release of the stellar William Katt flick from the Eighties. This is a whole new hellish home ... one in which the power of Christ will indeed compel you!
With 2009 already in full swing horror-wise, you know that there's gonna be a lot of shows to get to in order to meet your favorite stars! And where better to start than the Fangoria Weekend of Horrors?
With his first two features, City of Rott (review) and Dead Fury (review), Frank Sudol proved animated zombie splatter could be an absolute blast. Well, strap yourselves in, kids, because his next feature, Anti-Human, is set to keep the blood running like a river!
Oh, man, this is just sad. Gary Tunnicliffe is one of the best FX guys in the business. If anyone’s going to take on a new Pinhead design, I’d be happy with what he could come up with, especially since he worked on the design for the last few direct-to-DVD entries. Even though his phone never rang when Dimension started planning their Hellraiser remake, that didn’t stop him from trying!
Only a few short months ago during Montreal's Fantasia festival we reported that Andrew van den Houten, producer of The Girl Next Door, was set to begin shooting his adaptation of Jack Ketchum's cannibal killer sequel Offspring. Today we received word from van den Houten that the official trailer is live (see it below), and all the Offspring webisodes can be viewed at Modern Cine's YouTube channel.
The Slamdance Film Festival wrapped up a few weeks ago, and today we got news of the first theatrical distribution pick-up from the fest so far: Myriad Pictures' Not Forgotten starring Simon Baker and Paz Vega.
Warner Bros. Interactive just dropped the launch trailer for F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin, which will find its way to stores starting February 10th. More action, more guns, more ghosts, more reasons to, as their ad campaign instructs, fear Alma again. Dig it below; then hit the links to pre-order yours today!
I’m sure I don’t have to remind you guys of the badass zombie graphic novel we’ve been touting for a while now, Minions of Ka, created by some of the coolest guys we’ve ever met ... do I?
We still don’t know what it is, exactly, that’s hunting down the explorers in Jacques-Olivier Molon’s Humains, but one thing is clear from the teaser that’s shown up online: It isn't pleasant.