As if the man doesn't have enough on his plate already, the AP is reporting that Guillermo del Toro is slated to collaborate on a trilogy of vampire novels with renowned crime author Chuck Hogan.
I was completely unaware that Tomas Alfredson's Let the Right One In (review) was even being optioned for a remake, considering it's such a new film. The vampire tale has caught the eye of Hammer Films, and a certain monster director has been tapped to helm the U.S. adaptation.
Today IGN got the lowdown on what we can expect from the three different version of Hellboy II: The Golden Army on home video we told you about earlier this month, but we had no idea just how long the list of supplements would be for those willing to fork out a few extra bucks on November 11th.
What better way to celebrate their 11th year making one of the most kickass horror mags out there than by getting the one and only Basil freakin’ Gogos to paint your cover? None, I tells ya, none! Now that is a sexy cover!
Oh, like we didn't all guess this was going to happen the moment Tim Burton's name was thrown into the mix.
The Suffering was a fun horror game that you might remember from a few years back set in a rather nightmarish prison. Well, 1up.com brings word that you can now download the PC version of the game for free from FileFront. The game came out in 2004, so if you're reading this on a PC bought since then, there's a good chance the game will run on it.
There was a movie about a decade ago called Hijacking Hollywood that featured a movie-within-a-movie that was a soulless, megabudget, Hollywood special effects extravaganza version of Moby Dick. Now here we are ten years later and that in-joke is about to become a reality.
The last thing the zombie world needs right now is another half-assed attempt to cash in on George Romero’s brilliance, but it looks like that’s just what we’re staring down the barrel of as John Russo prepares to unleash Escape of the Living Dead on us.
One can’t help but wonder about the myriad of problems Screen Gems has with the upcoming Dennis Quaid apocalypse movie Legion. The other day it was announced the film wouldn’t see the light of projectors until January 22nd, 2010, even though it's been done for months. Co-star Yancey Arias doesn’t feel there’s anything wrong with it at all, however.
Here I thought this whole colorization thing had more or less died out in the Eighties. Guess not. I'm with most people in thinking that if a movie was made in black & white, then it ought to be viewed in black & white. Besides, something about the colorization process has just never looked right to me. Don't tell that to Legend Films; restoring and colorizing black & white movies is their bread & butter.
Patrick Bateman may have been a very unhappy investment banker at Pierce & Pierce who never could get a reservation at Dorcia's, but at least he will be getting his own American Psycho Broadway musical!
The folks over at IGN DVD got a chance to sit down with Italian horror master Dario Argento recently to discuss the DVD release of his latest film, Mother of Tears. Of course the conversation inevitably turned to the current remake trend, and Argento let loose some very disturbing information.
Time Crimes (review) may be more of a suspense movie than a horror flick, but there's just something about time travel and bandaged-face, scissors-wielding psychos that's so inviting to us.
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Seems like it’s been a long time since a filmmaker has taken up the task of bringing one of the horror tales of Swamp Thing creator Steve Bissette to the screen. Thankfully Horror Business (review) director Christopher Garetano has taken up the gauntlet and is using it for way more than just a new film.