It was reported over at Twitch Film that fans of Guillermo del Toro’s earlier films will have something to relish in the very near future.
Okay, so I will be the first to admit that I am getting kind of tired of the endless remake films that seems to be plaguing Hollywood these days. However, I must say that I am a little more than intrigued by the Warner Bros./Legendary Pictures remake of the1981 legendary classic Clash of the Titans.
Last Rite has been one of those on-again, off-again projects so it struck me as interesting that it looks like the film is officially "on" now and even has a director attached.
I must say that the big screen adaptation of DC Comics' Jonah Hex series is definitely shaping up quite nicely! Well, at least in terms of the cast involved.
Being April 1st, today is a day when many will try to fool you. I thought instead of a trick, I might prepare a treat: five and a half minutes of Golden Bat foolishness!
I swear to you the following story is not an April Fool's joke. There really is a PG-rated Christian-themed horror flick based around the world of ballet dancing entitled C Me Dance opening in very limited release this Friday. Seriously. I swear on a stack of bibles this is no joke.
This technically isn't new news since it was announced this past June but since I just learned of it the other day I thought I'd pass along the info anyway to those like me that haven't already heard. Believe or not, Universal Studios Hollywood is planning a Creature from the Black Lagoon stage musical.
In his 28 years in film and television, it would be somewhat of an understatement to say that actor Ron Perlman has enjoyed a vast career. He’s a Golden Globe-winning actor that has worked in almost every aspect of the genre entertainment spectrum, and his latest project, Mutant Chronicles, is no exception.
In his newest film, The Mutant Chronicles (review), director Simon Hunter takes audiences to the year 2707. Earth has been depleted of its natural resources, and four corporations run everything while waging war against each other.
Another imaginative tie-in for Rob Zombie's Halloween 2 hit the Net today. This time fans will get a chance to see Uncle Seymour Coffins in action hosting a Haddonfield Spookshow.
The first promotional image from the BBC's remake of The Day of the Triffids slithered online today for your perusal, and we've got a look at it for ya!
Man, the Internet has sure changed things. Remember when we used to have to wait to see behind-the-scenes images from movies? I guess those days are over. If you're following The Crazies on Twitter, you can hear from some of the film's stars and even see pictures from the set as they are taken.
It might be the top selling DVD of the year so far with 5.6 million units flying off store shelves during its first weekend of availability, but you haven't really experienced Twilight until you've seen Rick Trembles' take on it.
And the similarities between Hack/Slash and Eve keep on rolling. Sort of like how we got Volcano and Dante's Peak, Armageddon and Deep Impact, anything that made money and any film from the Asylum.
Fresh off of a successful revisit to The Last House on the Left, Wes Craven is looking to take us to a new nightmarish place he calls Home.