One of the only complaints we had with the latest DVD and Blu-ray release of Grace (review here) was that the original six-minute short film that started it all was nowhere to be found in either package (unless of course you went and got the Best Buy exclusive). Talk about a glaring omission. Thankfully the horror community is small yet strong, and we know how to right some wrongs!
It was only a couple of days ago that we made the announcement the ultimate Elm Street documentary, Never Sleep Again, would soon be unleashed upon Freddy fans everywhere. Now, just days later we have a fully cut trailer for you all to ... um ... sink your claws into.
Never mind all the big budget remakes that are supposed to wow you from their opening seconds. Screw all the lame ass CGI effects that most of the time add nothing to our horror genre other than making it seem a bit more cartoonish. If you're in the market for something old school and completely badass, you need to be digging on Eben McGarr's latest feature House of the Wolf Man. We've been telling you about it for months, but now some lucky folks in LA will finally get to see it!
Two more stars will be joining the already announced Josh Lucas, Terrence Howard, and Lake Bell in Peter "Gaga" Antonijevic's upcoming thriller Little Murder. What? Don't be that way; we already know you're excited.
A couple more stories for you today came crawling out of the land of Twitter, or, as it is also known, the Twitterverse, concerning casting on two upcoming flicks we're all pretty excited about: Resident Evil: Afterlife and Darren Bousman's Mother's Day.
Coincidence? Brilliant marketing campaign? Or just downright spooky? All across the Net today light bulbs have been going off above people's heads as they realized that on November 16th, 2009, the date for the official premiere of Summit's first Twilight Saga sequel, New Moon, there will be a legitimate "new moon". And that's just the half of it!
It's a well known fact by now that every Halloween a new Saw movie will haunt theatres courtesy of Lionsgate, but what sometimes gets lost in the shuffle is the goodness of the annual Saw Blood Drives, which are a lot more than just sexy nurses dressed up in ghastly ways for charity. Now's your chance to go behind-the-scenes and meet the nurses themselves!
The time: September 27th. The place: Showtime. The TV event fans have been waiting for is finally upon us -- the premiere of "Dexter" Season Four. Welcome back, Dark Avenger. We've missed you so much!
Fans of "Californication" will be happy to find out that their favorite milf will soon be contending with a lot more than just unleashed libidos and the ever wandering penis of Hank Moody. Madchen Amick has just signed on to co-star in Priest for Screen Gems.
The second German trailer slipped online today for Pandorum and it totally serves to pique our interest even more in the flick. And besides ... everything sounds cooler with a German accent. We can listen to the voice actors scream like Ahnold. Dig it!
We've been telling you about the official print follow-up to Bram Stoker's Dracula for a while now. Dacre Stoker, Bram Stoker’s great-grandnephew, has penned a sequel to the original novel along with Long Island screenwriter Ian Holt, which even has the official backing of the Stoker Estate, the first to have such a designation since the original film adaptation starring Bela Lugosi. Now that the book is in the can, a promotional trailer has hit the web.
Color us disappointed. The one-sheet for Joe Dante's The Hole broke out yesterday, and for all the wonder and imagination weaved into this project, the poster is about as bland and direct-to-video-ish as they come. See for yourself.
Dread Central (in this case Dread scribes Heather Wixson and myself) hit the red carpet for the premiere of Fox’s Jennifer’s Body (review here) last night at the Hollywood & Highland complex in Hollywood, CA, and brought back some ocular candy as well as a handful of video interviews from the rather cramped carpet, which you can see below.
On the heels of the announcement earlier this week that a 3D Night of the Living Dead remake is in the works (read that story here) comes news that the original NOTLD has been restored, colorized, and converted, frame by frame, into full 3D and will premiere at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles on Saturday, October 3, 2009, as a part of the 5th Annual Johnny Ramone Tribute.
Good things are coming out of the Toronto Film Festival in terms of distribution. After a mucho successful screening and amidst some really positive buzz, it seems as if REC 2 (review here) has scored itself some Stateside distribution.