Rob Schmidt’s The Alphabet Killer has been sitting in limbo for so long, I had almost forgotten about it. Lucky for us Anchor Bay never did, though, as Fangoria learned today that the label has named Schmidt’s Wrong Turn follow-up for distribution.
When I was visiting EA the other month to check out Dead Space and meet some of the people behind the game (read about it here), the game's lead, Glen Schofield, mentioned that they had consulted with a bunch of big name directors on the project for their advice and input.
Just under two weeks to go before the Eerie Horror Film Festival takes over The Warner Theater in Erie, PA for the first time, and needless to say, its organizers (our very own David & Melissa Bostaph among them) are eagerly waiting the film festival’s debut in the prestigious theater.
We had been wondering about the status of the upcoming remake of Korean horror hit A Tale of Two Sisters, now called The Uninvited, since it's been a while since we've heard anything about it, but it looks like it’s still on track for its January 30th, 2009 release.
While Alan Ball is hard at work on season two of “True Blood”, that doesn't mean he’s stopped thinking about other projects he’ll want to tackle in the near future. He recently chatted with MTV’s Movie Blog about two scripts that he hopes will see him return to the big screen in a unique way.
Friday the 13th starlet Danielle Panabaker has landed another lead role, this time in Chuck (The Scorpion King) Russell’s Prodigy, a new thriller he’s prepping for Intrepid Pictures and Kincine, according to this morning's THR.
Before Butane wakes up to do his morning constitutional, I'd like to bring your attention to something an independent filmmaker by the name of Kevin Jamison showed me today. You see, Kevin is trying to get funding together to turn one of his scripts, Serial, into a full-fledged film. So, he's created the promo video below to let people know just how serious he is about seeing his ideas come to life. Let us know what you think in our comments section.
Two new trailers have just appeared on MySpace TV and YouTube for a trio of the flicks that will be part of this year's Screamfest: Keepsake, The Collective and King of the Hill, and as always, we have them for you here. Dig on them below! Screamfest LA '08 runs October 10-19 at Grauman's Mann Chinese 6 Theatres in Hollywood, California. Visit the official Screamfest LA website for more information, tickets, and showtimes!
Screamfest LA '08 is primed to become one of the biggest and best horror film festivals this year, and you just know we had to do something special to celebrate!
A new article focusing on the burgeoning film community in Spain appeared in Variety over the weekend (thanks to Heather for pointing it out), which makes mention of some very interesting sounding new films on their way from the country.
Toby Wilkins' indie film Splinter feels like it just exploded onto the scene recently. It's quite a nice surprise since it both looks cool and has promise: monsters, gas stations and two couples caught in-between this mess. Sweet deal!
Is David Hackl's Saw V entering the political arena? Doubtful, but this bit of artwork by Michael Troy featuring Vice Presidential running mate Sarah Palin does put a new spin on the typical lifeless advertising campaigns.
A Witchblade feature film may be some time off, but at least we still have the comic to keep us busy.
Hundreds of thousands of votes were cast, and now the winner of the first annual Halloween Horror Nights Short Film Competition has been chosen! It’s called “The Prank”, and it comes to you from William C. Howard of Fort Worth, TX.
LionsgateLIVE, the studio's YouTube page, is offering visitors a chance create a trailer that will also enter them into a contest consisting of two tickets to the opening of the fifth installment of the franchise and a trip to LA!