Natasha Lyonne, covered in blood, figured prominently in the first poster for Joshua Grannell's All About Evil. The second showcases the hauntingly beautiful Jade and Nikita Ramsey, who play "Veda" and "Vera", killer twins who were institutionalized earlier in life after murdering their family at seven years of age. They are silent but deadly and were born knowing all about evil.
It was only a matter of time before some solid information surfaced on the live action Gears of War film, and, man, things are sounding pretty friggin' sweet!
We've all used the expression "they just don't make 'em like they used to," but in the case of Happy Birthday to Me, it's more than just a cliche. And now that the film is being re-released with the full restored score, we can hear it just like it was intended to sound.
Hmmm ... let's see. Left 4 Dead four levels of Zombie mayhem. Call of Duty: World at War four levels of Zombie mayhem. Sadly, no matter how much we love L4D, we have to concede that with the addition of the new Zombie map “Der Riese”, COD:WaW levels the playing field a bit in terms of pure co-op against the living dead fun.
It's with great pleasure that we announce that Nevermore (event report here) starring Jeffrey Combs in a one-man-show as Edgar Allan Poe has been granted a longer life in Los Angeles!
In an interesting twist of fate, Aaron Guzikowski's hot spec script Prisoners has been acquired by Alcon Entertainment, but in the process its previously attached stars Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale have dropped off the project along with rumored director Bryan Singer.
The final weekend of Fantasia delivered in spades. The screenings divided audiences, prompted walkouts, and had viewers rolling in the aisles and salting their popcorn with tears of joy celebrating the rebirth of Coffin Joe.
Halo-8 Entertainment has announced that Pop Skull will be its first "day and date" DVD/digital film release, timed with the official launch of Halo-8's VOD website Televandalism (in beta since 2008), which offers VOD-streaming subscriptions (all streaming titles for a total subscription of $.99 per month) or DVD-quality downloads ($9.99 each, with instructions for porting them to your TV) of films, comics, fitness/lifestyle videos, webisodes, and video games.
Remember those cool limited edition 9-inspired shoes from Pony we showed you last week? Well, if you're ready to test your online "treasure hunting" skills, a pair of your very own could be in your future. Dread Central, in conjunction with Focus Features, is pleased to present our exclusive "9experiment.com Talisman Challenge Clue".
Media Blaster' Fever Dreams label may be best known for splatteriffic Japanese insanity like Machine Girl and Tokyo Gore Police but now they're about to embark on bringing an old school giant monster movie to life with Tomoo Haraguchi, f/x whiz and director of Sakuya Yokaiden and the Kibikichi samurai werewolf flicks, at the helm. Look out world; here comes Death Kappa!
A creepy little NSFW feed came across this scribe's desk this afternoon (can't tell ya' who tipped me off, though) from Liddell Entertainment's The Collector, which opens wide this Friday, July 31, via Freestyle Releasing.
There was a time when I'd buy or watch a movie just because of its cover, but lately cover-art has become a dying art as of late populated by pensive looking teens and floating heads. In terms of Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead Fox Home Entertainment are giving fans a chance to pick from two of the best choices we've seen in a long time.
We don't know about you guys but we can't get enough Kong, and consume it lovingly in all shapes and sizes no matter how good or bad! Who can't laugh at King Kong Lives' Queen Kong and her pendulous gorilla titties? Or the Japanese Kong that had eyebrows and like nineteen elbows in his arms! Or better yet who hasn't watched Peter Jackson's version of King Kong and thought to themselves at least once during its massive run time -- "This is what I go to the movies for!" Looks like we're gonna have another reason to head to theatres again soon!
The EA franchise, Dead Space is so very rife with back-story and mythos that it seemed like a live action film based upon it was only a matter of time. That time is now.