I find it hard to believe that any studio would have a problem drumming up attention for a horror movie starring Crispin Glover, but why else would Simon Says (review) not be out here in the states yet? Do they not know there’s a built-in audience of the morbidly curious waiting for this?
Ah, this one should be fun to keep an eye one; Wes Craven talked to the Fangoria fiends the other day via Fangoria Radio, and revealed that work on the remake of his Last House on the Left is going along swimmingly.
For those of you familiar with the sickening injustice done to the trio known as the West Memphis Three, chances are you’re familiar with the latest developments in their case. If you’re not, head over to the support page for the WM3 to catch up.
What once was old is new again, especially if we're talking about rampaging dinosaurs - movies about rampaging dinosaurs, that is. To be more specific, Sci-Fi Channel original movies about rampaging dinosaurs. Sci-Fi will be unleashing the extinct predators by land, air, and sea for our viewing pleasure in 2008.
Seems like every corner of the world has their own film festival these days, so I really think one needs to be as picky as possible as to which the hit up. Sure, the climate doesn’t make a helluva lot of difference when you’re sitting in theater all day, but wouldn’t it just be so much cooler to be in, say, Rio de Janeiro watching movies?
Welcome in 2008 with these DVDs coming your way Tuesday, January 1st, 2008...
Those sickos over at Upcoming Horror Movies have delivered some very good news to those of use dreading the marketing campaign for a new Day of the Dead film; the remake is getting the direct to DVD treatment. Hell to the yeah.
Just before Christmas we told you about the first film announced for the first ever online only film festival being put on by Slasherpool ("Insomnifest's First Title Announced!" – December 2007). Now, to celebrate the new year they've updated us on the second title in their lineup, TheCampusHouse.com.
You may recall a few months back, our man Nomad had a set of 16” Qees that were signed by a shitload of people, which he was preparing to auction off to benefit the children of St. Jude’s Hospital.
While critics all over have been raving about David Cronenberg’s last two films, A History of Violence and Eastern Promises, some horror fans have been wondering what happened to the Cronenberg who delivered The Fly, The Brood, Rabid and more genre-defining works to their greedy eyeballs.
The official MySpace page for Steven Miller’s zombie splatterfest Automaton Transfusion (review) just put up the kick ass box art you see on your right for the film’s March 4th DVD release.
The man, the myth, the legend; Dan Walton. All right, so his name may not mean a lot to you, but Dan’s well known to anyone who visits horror sites with the kind of untamed gusto that true devotees display, as he’s the driving force behind Upcoming Horror Movies, one of the longest running horror sites out there.
The folks at Image Entertainment have got some pretty cool box art together for their upcoming release of Douglas ("Cutting Moments") Buck’s Sisters redux, which gets the direct to DVD treatment on March 11th, 2008.
It’s a good time for Larry Fessenden’s Scarefilix imprint; yesterday we showed you the art work for the production company’s Trigger Man, due out next year ("Ti West’s Trigger Man DVD Specs" – December 2007), and today the Fango