Are you following The Crazies on Twitter yet? Well you should be because they've been talking quite a bit about the shoot, but today they let a picture do their talking for them!
Kevin Grevioux is a name whom most Underworld fans will be instantly acquainted with. The big man had a hand in writing the original film as well as playing the role of recurring character Raze the Lycan.
We gave you an update in early March that Book of Blood was headed to TV, but at that time no one knew any of the particulars. Today some of the pieces fell into place.
Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo's French horror film Inside (review here) is one of the few films I have seen to really knock me on my ass. Now, almost a year to the day of its DVD release, news has sprung up about the duo's next endeavor - an English language film called Livid.
A couple of pieces of really cool artwork have surfaced for the upcoming sexy snake-woman epic Hisss, and as always we're here to shed some light on the darkness for ya!
For my money, the best part of 30 Days of Night was vamp leader Marlow, portrayed by Danny Huston, even though he was sadly under-utilized. Hopefully Huston will get a little bit more screen in his upcoming role as Poseidon in the Clash of the Titans remake.
Attention Saw faithful. Lionsgate has released the official synopsis and cast list for the upcoming sequel we know that you're craving, Kevin Greutert's Saw VI!
One movie we're really excited about here around the Dread Central offices is Corbin Bernsen's Dead Air starring Bill Moseley. The film which has been completed for well over a year and is off to be shopped at the Cannes '09 Film Festival.
All aboard the Night Train. Next stop: a fortune in diamonds and a mysterious Pandora's box that brings out the murderous side in people. Danny Glover will be your conductor. You will be sharing a car with Leelee Sobieski and Steve Zahn. We'll even throw in Richard O'Brien in drag for free. The DVD leaves the station this July.
Famous Monsters of Filmland is thrilled to be able to share a two-day double feature event at the end of May with the American Cinematheque at the Egyptian Theater in Los Angeles, California. Saturday, May 30th, will be adorned with a double bill of Son of Frankenstein (1939) followed by Ghost of Frankenstein (1942). Sunday goes for the famous leading vampire with the classic Dracula (1931) as well as House of Dracula (1945).
The idea of a sequel to the remake of Toolbox Murders has been kicking around for a while without any movement. However, it seems now that things are progressing rather nicely, and there's even a bit of casting news to speak of!
Kevin Munroe's Dead of Night based upon the Italian comic book Dylan Dog is taking shape really fast down in New Orleans. The film, which tells the tale of a private investigator on the trail of the supernatural, just got a couple of werewolves to round out its menagerie.
Just a few months ago visionary director Guillermo del Toro announced his partnership with Chuck Hogan to develop a series of vampire related books dubbed The Strain Trilogy for HarperCollins. With book one just a couple of short months away from release, June 2nd to be exact, the publisher has released a video of del Toro discussing his inspirations.
In celebration of the May 19th DVD release of Outlander (review), we've scored you guys the official DVD trailer. Why? Because you're so damned lovable, that's why!
Ok, so we didn't cover Zack Syder's Watchmen at all when it was in theatres, and we're probably not gonna cover the Blu-ray or DVD either, but this leaked video game footage? ABSOLUTELY TERRIFYING! We dare you to watch!