Horror and Indie filmmaking go hand in hand for some reason. Maybe it is better off to say that low-budget filmmaking and our beloved genre get along? This year alone I've seen about 25 unknown features ... and only a couple have been worth my time. The Grand Horror was one of those very few bright stars.
What is with all the Terminator 3 hate? It was a passable entry that threw us a curve ball and became a segway to jump into the future wars. Honestly, how many more times did we need tales of John Conner somehow stopping the apocalyptic future from raining down on mankind?
Having not been able to see Cthulhu (Review) yet, I can't offer up any objects or back-ups to the positive reviews out there, but a film with Tori Spelling as a seductress can't be bad.
Dan Madigan, the mind that brought us the bit of brutality known as See No Evil (review) is not done with the horror genre. Two years after Kane (or 'Fake Desiel' as my wrestling friends still call him) terrorized a hot young cast, the writer has lined up a few intriguing flicks.
During the recent New York Comic Con, we got the chance to talk on-camera with a lot of the creative force behind Hellboy 2: The Golden Army including Hellboy creator Mike Mignola, stars Selma Blair and Ron Perlman and of course director Guillermo del Toro.
UPDATE: A astute reader named Joey found the DVD artwork for Vipers over at HK Flix and passed it along to yours truly. I can also now confirm that DVD is being released by Wellspring/Genius Entertainment.
Megan Good remembers being a kid and wanting to be just like Danielle Harris in Halloween 4, a memory that helped her along when the time came to star in her own horror sequel, Saw V.
Alex Proyas is bringing down the apocalypse and just like I always suspected, Nicolas Cage is front and center. Though I never suspected he was one of the four horsemen, more of a stable boy...
It was just a few days ago that I finished a story commenting that I wished they'd hurry up and get a new trailer out there for Minoru The Calamari Wrestler Kawasaki's remake/sequel/parody/whatever of The X From Outer Space. And they'd need to hurry too since The Monster X Strikes Back: Attack the G8 Summit opens in Japanese theaters on July 27th.
Shooting is underway in scenic Bulgaria on Dave Parker’s The Hills Run Red, which is now a production of Dark Castle Entertainment and Warner Premiere. Since cameras are rolling, it’s a good thing they have settled on a cast for the film, no?
This doesn't take a whole lot of explaining. Take a look at the flyer below for all the info you need on what you should be doing this Friday the 13th in NYC!
A love story just isn't good unless you have a few key things: a hot leading lady, some Shakespeare and vampires! Oh, throw in Ralph Macchio as well and you've got a gumbo of ass kicking proportions!
Why these weren't pointed out before is beyond me, but this is better late than never.
All has been pretty quiet on the Repo! The Genetic Opera (review) front as of late, so I decided to get out there and dig around today to see if I could find something that gives an indication of where the movie is right now.