And the news just keeps rolling in! So what if it's well after 3:00 am here in California! You East Coasters need your morning updates, damnit! Next up on the old reporting block: the DVD art and date for IFC Films' DVD release of Pontypool (review here).
Kane Hodder has enjoyed a long career delivering some memorable kills and playing fierce monsters and villains. But now it’s his time to step out from behind the mask and enjoy his moment as Kane Hodder, the actor.
Director Chris Fisher wants to set the record straight on a few issues surrounding his latest project, S. Darko, which had the internet buzzing with malice ever since the word got out that there was going to a be companion film to Richard Kelly’s cult classic Donnie Darko.
The Tribeca Film Festival is as much a staple of New York City as the buildings lining its streets or the cab drivers flipping you off. We are inundated with countless new projects from across the planet, all packed into a few days. This year's lineup didn't leave much room for our lovely horror, but there were some moments to be had!
After weeks of put-ups and take-downs on various sites, the kind folks behind Jennifer Lynch's Hisss have made the trailer officially available for your viewing pleasure. If you haven't seen it yet, wow, are you in for a treat!
We all hate rumors, but damnit this one is too juicy to pass up! Derek Mears, whom you will remember as Jason in the Friday the 13th remake, could be suiting up for the new Predator reboot. If it happens? Talk about perfect casting.
Some more casting news for Aja's remake of Piranha -- pretty-boy Cody Longo has signed up to be one handsome bucket of chum!
Attention those of you who balked at Keanu Reeves starring in a new Jekyll and Hyde film -- Hold on to your collective asses! Director Abel Ferrara is making his return to horror with a new telling of the classic Robert Louis Stevenson tale starring Forest Whitaker and Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson. We can hear your stunned silence from here.
Remember two years ago when we told you that Screen Gems was in the process of getting a remake of Tom Holland's 1985 classic Fright Night off the ground? No? Who could blame ya! Talk of this happening surfaces every now and then, so get ready for the latest!
It's hard to believe that fifty years have passed since Alfred Hitchcock's slasher classic Psycho first graced the silver screen. Now, just in time to celebrate this momentous anniversary, filmmaker Robert Galluzzo (Rob G to all the cool kids) has brought us the definitive documentary about the franchise - The Psycho Legacy.
Interested in getting your short or feature in as part of the 2009 Toronto After Dark Film Festival? Well, get on it! The organization is having their final call for entries this coming Friday, and anyone missing it just might have to wait until 2010.
Every year there's at least one day on which a bunch of horror classics all come out of the woodwork. For Blu-ray owners that day is September 8th, 2009, as Warner Bros unleashes Snakes on a Plane, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (remake), Freddy Vs. Jason and even the classic King/Romero collaboration Creepshow into the high definition arena!
Ah yes, East Coasters! We in the West don't have a lock on all the horror having fun! You're about to get your turn once the Fangoria Weekend of Horrors rolls into NYC on June 5th to the 7th!
It's indisputable how quickly Twitter has changed the face of journalism. News outlets, studios, etc., can now relay information in a matter of seconds to thousands upon thousands of people. Which is exactly what Universal Pictures has just done via its most recent "tweet" that an exclusive new Drag Me to Hell clip is available.
The Movie Reporter, IESB.net, unearthed this interesting nugget – Universal Pictures has picked up the rights to Dark Horse Comics’ The Secret under the exclusive three-year partnership the two companies entered into in early 2008.