Last night, the Horror Writers Association announced they would be giving not one, but two lifetime achievement awards this year. The first award will go to renowned horror author and editor Robert Weinberg.
It’s been a long time coming, but I’m happy to say today we can finally debut the triailer for Michael Roesch & Peter Scheerer’s Brotherhood of Blood, the vampire movie starring Sid Haig & Ken Foree!
Hey, remember the last story I did when I said we had the final lineup for Fear Fest 2008, going down this March 7th-9th in Dallas, TX? Yeah, I guess I was kinda kidding about it being final final, cause we have more names to add!
Hey there, check this out! Today we got our hands on our very own exclusive clip from Furnace, the horror movie Genius Products releases on DVD next week from director William Butler that stars Michael Pare, Tom Sizemore, Danny Trejo and JA Rule!
The good news is that the first vampire film from Park Chan-Wook (pictured, Old Boy, Sympathy for Lady Vengeance) is ready to go; the script is in place, financing is ready and waiting, and he’s got his leading man, The Host star Kang-ho Song. The bad news is he can’t find a woman willing to take the role of the film’s love interest, Tae-ju.
The good, bad and ugly that will visit us Tuesday, February 5th, 2008 shall include...
An odd bit of news to see in the trades this morning, but The Hollywood Reporter got word that Anchor Bay has nabbed the rights to Walled In, a new thriller from Gilles Pacquet-Brenner based on a novel by Serge Brussolo, “the Stephen King of France”.
Some pretty important casting has gone down for the Wes Craven-produced remake of his own Last House on the Left, in the form of busy character actor Garret Dillahunt according to Variety.
As much as I would’ve enjoyed knowing some other fave director of mine was getting the gig, it’s kinda cool that the “underdog”, as it were, seems to have got the gig directing The Wolfman according to AICN.
Like most horror fans, I wasn’t the biggest fan of White Noise; it had “safe Hollywood horror” painted all over it from the getgo. Yesterday, however, The Hollywood Reporter got word that White Noise director Geoff Sax is working on a new project that sounds pretty badass.
Those crazy bastards over at Twitch Film just got their hands on the trailer for Flick, a very cool-but-strange-sounding movie about an undead rockabilly teen and power of love.
Never before have I seen or heard of a film get the kind of directorial list that The Wolf Man is getting now that the original helmer Mark Romanek is off and likely crying in a beer someplace.
As I mentioned in my Twin Peaks Definitive Gold Box Edition review a while back, fans of the show continue to gather each year in the picturesque Snoqualmie Valley area of Washington for the Twin Peaks Festival.
Icons of Fright just put up three new exclusive photos from director Stevan Mena's Malevolence 2: Bereavement. The prequel, about a child who is abducted and forced to watch nasty acts of his teacher/kidnapper, stars Terminator's Michael Beihn along with Alexandra Daddario, John Savage, Brett Rickaby, Nolan Gerard Funk and Spencer List.
If you've never seen the 1967 Japanese giant monster movie The X From Outer Space, then you've missed out on one of the most oddball daikaiju movies of all time. That oddball factor is due in tremendous part to its title monster, Guilala (pronounced Goo-La-La), being one of the goofiest looking movie monsters to ever grace the silver screen. If you've never heard of Guilala, well, just take a good look at it. Body wise, it looks like a cross between a chicken, a dinosaur, and The Michelin Man.