IFC Films has released the final poster and trailer for The Objective (review), the new film from Blair Witch co-director Daniel Myrick. IFC will have the film in theaters starting February 4, 2009, with expansion planned starting in March. Check out the poster, trailer, and a batch of stills below!
I'm sure there are many of you out there wishing lightning really would strike and electrocute the Sci-Fi Channel - or at least some of its executives. I'm afraid that is not what this headline is about. It's a reference to a new original movie in the works over at Sci-Fi titled Lightning Strikes, about a paranormal creature lurking within the lightning that's holding a town hostage.
Funny how Guilala went from being a giant Japanese monster that only appeared in a lone movie that's mostly unknown to today's audiences yet nearly 40-years later The X From Outer Space has not only returned in a new movie, he's even become a spokesmonster for a jobs' website.
The rumor has started via IGN by way of Japanese gaming mag Famitsu that a sequel for both Dead Rising and Lost Planet are in the works, and much to the relief of PS3-only owners, they’re going to be multi-platform. It’s too early for any solid details on either game, but hopefully they’ll be making some vast improvements to Dead Rising so it’s not so damn boring after a few hours of gameplay.
The freaks over at Upcoming Horror Movies got their hands on the specs for the April 21st release of Hellraiser on Blu-ray, and we thought we’d share ‘em with you. Cause, you know, we care.
**UPDATE: The boys at Arrow in the Head got some more info on the sequel, so get over there and check it out! Needless to say my wish about Anderson not writing it didn't pan out...**
Dear Anchor Bay, I wanted to write this letter on behalf of the movie Grace that I not only have had the distinct pleasure in getting to cover for the last nine months but also screened twice while attending the Sundance Film Festival last week.
A few days back the Gaming Fairy left us a nice present on our 360's: the demo for F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin, coming to a console near you on February 10th. Yes, there is a Gaming Fairy. No, I can neither confirm nor deny its similarity to Uncle Creepy in a tutu and wings. I've had my shot at it, and I'm here to tell you that we're in for some pants wetting before Valentine's Day.
Well, I'm jealous; today we confirmed that Chris Nahon’s Blood: The Last Vampire is getting released in the UK before it sees the light of US cinemas. I’m not whining, it just seems like we should be getting it at least around the same time as our brothers and sisters across the pond, no?
Anyone who’s read Max Brooks’ World War Z should know the significance of the Battle of Yonkers. It’s a turning point in the story of man's war against the zombies and one sequence that will make or break the upcoming film when all is said and done.
The Top Cow maniacs just dropped a preview of Witchblade #124 in our laps, which hits comic stands on Wednesday, February 4th 2009! We’ve got the cover, inside front cover, and a four-page preview all ready for your eyeballs so check ‘em out! What’s going on in the Witchblade universe in the 124th issue? Glad you asked!
I’m sure you’ve been losing a good amount of sleep wondering what the hell’s going on with Kevin Munroe’s War Monkeys, which we last told about a few months back. Well rest easy, dear reader, we’ve got you an update!
What the hell is this? Our cracked Canuck takes a look at a bizarre film chronicling the Beach Boys and Charles Manson!
Monsterpalooza is set to stomp the Marriott Burbank Convention Center during the weekend of May 29-31. The convention features special effects artists from the horror industry along with their many works. Highlights include a walk-thru museum of horror monsters and artwork, guest artist celebrities, and a slew of vendors selling original artwork, collectibles, illustrations, masks, props, resin kits, and much more!
Dynamite Entertainment has released initial images for a graphic novel based upon Bram Stoker’s Dracula, one of their main publishing projects for 2009. Dubbed The Complete Dracula, the release purports that that this graphic novel is an adaptation of the original work and not the modified version that most of us are familiar with.