When a company called Indifferent Entertainment is making a film, is it wrong that it should bother me? I mean, it’s just a name ... right?
Got three quick monster movie news items for you today; one that stars Devon Sawa, another featuring a creature called the Wawa, and the last about the legendary Hydra. It’s almost lyrical sounding.
It's Easter Sunday; how about a little hellacious movie news to help celebrate the Risen Christ? First-time writer/director Timothy W. White is set to burst open the gates of hell and unleash Gurdian upon us. If only there were some emotionally scarred misfits and a guy who knows kung fu to stop it?
Last year’s New York Comic Con featured a great public appearance by Stephen King, a hero of mine since my younger days. I wrote all about the appearance after the show (read it here), and one of the coolest bits of news that came from it was that Marvel was discussing a comic adaptation of King’s seminal end-of-the world epic, The Stand.
There's so very much that can be said about Sid Haig. Here's a guy with a career that most actors only dream about. I mean come on, he's worked with everyone from the great Lon Chaney, Jr. to Rob Zombie. Speaking of which ...
STYD got word today that Warner Brothers has officially given the thumbs-up on the script for the upcoming film Jonah Hex.
It's been a long while since we've heard anything from the Death Walks the Streets camp, but today creator James Zahn dropped us a line that included a look at the cover of the prequel comic that is set to debut this summer!
Oh yes, there will be blood, and sequels, and traps, and confusion! The Saw franchise has long been one to leave the viewer with more questions than it does answers. Can Jigsaw succeed in carrying the torture torch for yet another three films (despite being dead) starting with Saw V? Lionsgate seems to think so, and since we're talking about a series that revels in surprise, it's impossible to write them off just yet!
Nothing goes better with turkey and dressing then the dismay and horror brought about by a nuclear apocalypse! Open up and say, "Ahhhh" ....
There's no doubt one of the standout films of last year's After Dark Horrorfest (DVD Box set review here) was Rolfe Kanefsky's entry Nightmare Man.
I got an email the other day from The Wild Man of the Navidad co-writer/director Duane Graves (along with partner Justin Meeks) asking me to pass along word that their film has been selected to screen at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival starting next month as part of Tribeca's Discovery series spotlighting the works of emerging filmmakers with fresh voices.
Fangoria got the early word on the upcoming slasher bowl-a-thon Gutterballs (review) courtesy of Ryan Nicholson of Plotdigger Films, and things seem to be shaping up quite nicely.
I must admit after seeing what the creature will look like, I'm now more than a little geared up for this upcoming "reimagining" (Wow am I starting to hate that word) of this classic tale.
I'll make this quick... The lucky freaks over at AITH scored the trailer for Darren Lynn Bousman's musical horror flick Repo! The Genetic Opera! There's music, babes and blood! And at the very end there is a date of 4/25/08. Is this the final release date?!
When we think of the term "Red Band Trailer", doesn't that usually conjure up images of violence, boobs, and/or swearing? The best way to sell a horror film to the horror crowd is to show them that the flick isn't going to dick around, but what do I know...