Sometimes I come across a whole bunch of B-movie news items that don't always warrant their own individual stories for various reasons. Such is the case here with stuff involving a variety of news blurbs involving monster movies, Sci-Fi Channel movies, Jim Wynorski, and the almighty Uwe Boll. So I decided to consolidate all of these stories into one giant news update. Shall we dive in head first? START!
Looks like Oldboy and Lady Vengeance director Park Chan-Wook’s search for a leading lady for his upcoming vampire film, now being called Thirst has finally come to an end…
Nothing would suck worse than being stuck in the middle of the Bermuda Triangle and experiencing all the weird shit you know you'll never be able to discuss because, well, no one ever does. That is, of course, unless you have three personalities and they each recall the time in the Triangle differently.
Though I can’t say for sure this will appeal to genre audiences, a cast that includes Cillian Murphy (28 Days Later) and Ellen Page (An American Crime) is enough to make me take note. The pair just joined up for the film Peacock, a psychological thriller being helmed by newcomer Michael Lander according to Variety.
John Landis is returning behind the camera for another documentary about an influential funny man following Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project, though admittedly one of a very different type of humor. Gallows humor, some call it.
For a film that's getting a limited release, Magnolia Pictures sure is hyping up The Signal (review). Just a few days ago a new clip was released (“Laura and the New Signal Clip – February 2008") and then today part one of a new web series about the picture started exclusively on YouTube.
Just got word in that the fine folks over at Dark Sky Films have nabbed themselves the rights to distribute Isidro Ortiz’s thriller Shiver a.k.a. Eskalofrio from Coach 14 today in Berlin.
Did you forget to pick up a card for someone on St. Valentine's Day? Don't worry, I am here to pull your ass out of the fire. For me to do that, however, you're going to need to head over to the official site of Hellboy II: The Golden Army.
Man, I remember first reporting on Stephenie Meyer's Twilight coming to the big screen; good lord, that seems like a long time ago. As of now the project is currently in production in Portland, Oregon, and some new cast members have just been added.
Seeing as it's Valentine's Day and all, I thought I'd share with you a story about a loving mother, her daughter and a undying population that wishes to feed them to a giant tentacled beast! Ah, nothing says "love" quite like a mixture of H.P. Lovecraft and zombies.
Word’s been flying all over the web today that Mick Garris is, officially, no longer involved with the NBC Masters of Horror re-creation, Fear Itself. Of course, Mick had to officially exit the project when the writer’s strike began, but we decided to drop him a line and confirm that he's still off now that the strike has ended, as well as verify the directors' names that were revealed yesterday.
The cool, somewhat attractive ladies and gentlemen behind Sweatshop have provided Dread Central with the first-ever look at the official poster for the new slasher film, which you can feel free to gawk at below.
If you're a fan of Robert Louis Stevenson's classic horror tale of dueling personalities. then you're going to be in luck come April and May as each month will see the DVD release of a new version of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
Fox Home Entertainment has announced a street date of April 15th, 2008, for the DVD of Aliens Vs. Predator: Requiem (review), the little sequel that almost could.
It's been a long time coming. It's something I expected to happen a while ago, but Capcom's zombie epic has finally caught the attention of the MKR group (those that own the copyright to Romero's Dead films) and New Line Cinema, and they appear to be very close to taking legal action.