Apparently Koreans don't like it when you mess with their priests. As soon as the first teaser poster for Thirst became public, it was banned for being "too provocative and disturbing."
Just in case there aren't enough book-to-screen adaptations for us to keep track of already, news of another came today: Damn Nation, which was published by Dark Horse Comics in 2005. It was written by Andrew Cosby with artwork by Jason Shawn Alexander.
The good folks at Anchor Bay dropped by the artwork and specs for their upcoming Bruce Campbell Double Feature, which includes The Man With the Screaming Brain and Alien Apocalypse. I know ... you're too excited for words!
You're out there alone. Just you and your weapon. Surrounding you there's nothing but people looking to shoot you right in the face. You make a wrong move, and the next thing you know you're dripping with ... paint?
You never know what you're gonna find while you're surfing around online these days. For instance over on the official ArieScope website there's a teeny tiny preliminary teaser poster for Adam Green's upcoming chiller Frozen.
Got a chance to sit down with the director of The Haunting in Connecticut, Peter Cornwell, today to get the skinny on the movie and uncovered some juicy things about the film's rating and eventual home video release.
A new poster for the critically acclaimed Martyrs debuted online today that actually shows off some of that acclaim. Look closely, and you might even see a site or two you're familiar with!
Fox 2000 has attached director Sam Fell, known mostly for his animated films The Tale of Despereaux and Flushed Away, to its adaptation of Royce Buckingham's novel Demonkeeper for the big screen. Laeta Kalogridis, whose resume includes Night Watch as well as Martin Scorsese's upcoming Shutter Island and the James Cameron-helmed Battle Angel, is writing the script.
With the ten-year anniversary of The Blair Witch Project upon us, I still cannot believe we haven't gotten a decent anniversary DVD or Blu-ray out of Lionsgate. Talk about a missed opportunity, man! Oh well, at least the 'Gate will be giving us director Ed Sanchez's Seventh Moon later this year via Sam Raimi's Ghost House Underground label.
We've been telling you about Dana Mennie's directorial debut Dark Moon Rising for a while now, and one of our readers, Rob, found a preliminary trailer for it floating around in cyberspace.
Thanks to our loyal reader Joey, who probably ought to go to work for the CIA he's so good at digging up clues, we got some more details on the previously "untitled horror pic" Variety reported that David Mazzoni and Tom Mattera are helming and Tara Reid will be starring in. Apparently it's called The Fields.
We've had a lot of news lately about Robert Hall's Laid to Rest from its limited theatrical schedule to the latest poster for the film. And now today comes word of a chance to win $2,500 just for visiting the new "ChromeSkull" website and signing up!
On April 7th director Brett Kelly releases his remake of the schlock classic Attack of the Giant Leeches. The film, which was executive produced by Roger Corman, looks as if it is shaping up to be quite "interesting" to say the least. Interested?
In all the years we have been doing this, we've seen a lot of movies come and go. Hell, we've even seen trailers for movies that didn't ever get made. But nothing, and I repeat, NOTHING can or will prepare you for the inherent evil of Gobstopper.