A director is now on board for the adaptation of A.N. Wilson’s novel A Jealous Ghost, which Kirsten Dunst is producing and will star in. THR reports that King of the Hill director Gonzalo Lopez-Gallego is now the man calling the shots on the film.
Just got word from friend and filmmaker George O'Connor out here in Boston that the episodic Satanic comedy he and his crew have been working on for the past year and a half is finally online and ready to be enjoyed by the masses!
Donald Borcher's Children of the Corn remake (can we really call movies based on book remakes?) is currently rolling in Iowa, but news on who's appearing in the film has been slow. Preston Bailey and Daniel Newman are playing Isaac and Malachai, but where are the adults?
UPDATE: BLY director Seth Landau got us up-to-speed on the revised guest list for the Dark Delicacies signing. Dan Roebuck is out, but in his place comes Jeff Dylan Graham. Jeff has appeared in a number of horror pictures aside from BLY, including 100 Tears and Beyond the Dunwich Horror.
Hand selected by Don Mancini, Bill Moseley, and Corey Feldman, ten filmmakers have a chance at four tickets to Universal's Halloween Horror Nights 2008, an exclusive invitation to the opening night Eyegore Awards ceremony and a $1,000 cash prize. The final decision on who wins, however, is all up to you!
Wow, what a horribly teasy thing to do; apparently there’s a Festival of False Trailers coming up during the next Sitges Film Festival, and for it REC co-director Jaume Balaguero created a fake teaser for The Exorcist V ... and it’s pretty damn good!
A friend of mine had a chance to check out Toby Wilkins’ directorial debut, Splinter, recently and reported back that it’s a helluva lot of fun! I mean, it’s a story about a parasite that makes its host into flesh-craving mad maersons; what could go wrong?
If you were one of the legion of fans who picked up Child’s Play: 20th Birthday Edition (review) last week, I’m sure you noticed one glaring omission from the disc: anything from director Tom Holland!
Finally, the movie you’ve all been waiting for is coming home! Fox has announced a December 2nd release date for the new classic X-Files: I Want to Believe (review) on both standard and Blu-ray DVD! All right, just a bit of sarcasm in there, sorry.
With Darren Bousman’s Repo! The Genetic Opera staring down the barrel of an (albeit ridiculously limited) November 7th release date, many have been wondering when we’ll actually be seeing (or hearing) the official Repo! soundtrack. Finally we have an answer: September 30th, 2008!
You just had to know a team-up like this would happen eventually; the match is too perfect to ignore. Today it was officially announced that Dark Sky Films and Glass Eye Pix would be rejoining forces (their first outing being Ti West’s House of the Devil) for a slate of new horror films.
Another new title has been added to this year’s Screamfest LA lineup, one that horror fans have been waiting over a year to finally see for themselves: Mike Dougherty’s Trick ‘r Treat! Yesterday I got a postcard in the mail with Friday, October 10th, listed as the premiere date for the film at Mann’s Chinese 6 Theatre, which means it's opening the festival in style!
An early trailer for Jake West’s latest horror outing, Doghouse, showed up online recently, and it’s about time you guys dug upon it, don’t you think? I do, too.
The lucky bastards over at IGN got a chance to visit the set of Henry Selick’s upcoming 3D stop motion animation feature Coraline, based on the novel by Neil Gaiman, and returned with some pretty impressive images.
If you missed the extended clip (more of a montage, really) for The Day the Earth Stood Still remake that played during Fox's recent re-airing of the “Fringe” pilot, no worries! JoBlo’s got your hook-up and, like good aliens are supposed to do, is sharing it with the world. Scroll down to check it out!