It’s been a while since we’ve had a status update on Paul Davis’ Beware the Moon: Remembering An American Werewolf in London (review). Since it was announced back in June by director John Landis that the documentary would be a part of Universal’s upcoming Blu-ray release of the movie, little has come out in terms of details.
Those ass kickers over at Top Cow Comics just sent us over a few teaser pages from The Darkness #10/74, which hit stands yesterday. The plot? To reclaim his soul from the demonic Sovereign, Jackie must defeat his last champion - a trailer park meth lord who happens to be immortal. Cut off from his full power, Jackie travels to the dark underbelly of the American heartland to execute a man who cannot die. Black Teeth continues the startling "Crooked" storyline and sets up the game-changing events that will alter The Darkness forever.
MPI Media Group has acquired the UK cannibal film Gnaw for distribution in the U.S., or so says Variety this morning. We’ve not heard a helluva lot about this one, but according to MPI vide president of acquisitions Greg Newman, “This is British horror at its most base, vile and rude; fans will love it.”
A couple of new posters for Friday the 13th have shown up online, and you can dig their groovy look below. The Platinum Dunes franchise reboot is in theaters on Friday, February 13th, 2009, and so far looks pretty damn kickass. Keep it here for more as the release approaches!
The Hollywood Insider reported today that John August has teamed up with director Sam Mendes in writing the screenplay version of the subversive comic book series Preacher. The comic centers on a small town preacher who becomes possessed by a sort of supernatural entity, half angel and half demon, and thus becomes imbued with a power potent enough to rival God.
Bunnyman is the horrifying tale of a group of friends on their way back from a Las Vegas weekend driving through a remote southern California region that find themselves in a deadly cat and mouse game with a deranged, dump truck-driving, chainsaw-wielding cannibal in a bunny costume. And, no, it’s not a horror comedy.
The award winning indie horror flick Rule of Three (review) is getting some well deserved recognition worldwide and has been picked up to be broadcast overseas on Hart D. Fisher's "American Horrors" program.
In case Nomad's mostly positive Underworld 3: Rise of the Lycans hasn't whet your appetite enough for the vampire vs. werewolf prequel, below are two clips that ought to do the trick.
Don't let the extremely dull and cliché poster fool you! The upcoming monster vs. Vikings epic Outlander looks like it will be lots of fun. Look below to see if it'll be playing at a theatre near you!
“There are no shortcuts.” This has been writer/director Paul Solet’s mantra for the last three and a half years as he’s put almost his entire life into his debut film Grace, which celebrated its premiere during the Sundance Film Festival on January 16th, 2009.
The Chronicles of Riddick can't really be considered horror on any level, but we do love our friends at G4 so we’re going to help ‘em out, damnit, and if it means compromising our ethics, so be it!
Finally some horror news is coming out of this year’s Sundance, namely the word that Dead Snow has been picked up for distribution by IFC Films.
There's something about combining "CBS" with "slasher" that doesn't seem quite right, but hell, they're also the network that had a show about swingers, so maybe they have finally shed their image as our grandparents' channel.
Just a quick heads up for your asses: Warner Bros. Interactive has re-launched the official F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin site. From the press release, ”Users will find the latest developer news on F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin, as well as briefs from the community at large. Players can also investigate Alma’s sordid past in a section called 'Alma’s Reality,' and read character dossiers on the F.E.A.R. 2 team page. In addition, fans will discover an inside look at the mysterious Armacham Technology Corporation and the company’s top-secret projects.”
I can’t think of anything that’s been floating around in my head for 25 years, outside of various explicit fantasies that I’m sure you don’t want to read about here, so it’s pretty impressive to me when someone, even someone like Stephen King, is able to take something he’s had in his brain pan for so long and actually get it on paper