The first early word is in as to when fans can expect to see Patrick Lussier's My Bloody Valentine 3D hitting home, and personally I can't wait to see it again. If only to wash the stagnant taste out of my mouth from the other slasher redux that's now haunting theatres.
If, as they say, the road to hell is paved with good intentions, then The Weekly Wrap-Up has gotten me well on my way to Purgatory. The goal has always been to get something up each and every week, but too many times this year already there was so much going on that I had to forego my Wrap-Up duties.
Music is the root of all evil! Just ask Tipper Gore. It can influence people to engage in all manner of nuttiness. I mean if a kid finds a loaded gun in his dad's drawer while listening to Black Sabbath and shoots himself, it's the song's fault, right? Why blame the dad for leaving a loaded gun in the house? That would just be too easy! Music is again to blame for the malevolence haunting the new fright flick Reverb.
Planning to attend this weekend's WonderCon in San Francisco? We recently got word from two of our favorite entities that they'll be there as well!
And the parade of new trailers today continues, this time with an interesting looking little flick called The House of Fears. Murders in a spook house? I am so there!
Me? I know how to leave well enough alone. I don't go messing around haunted places. Why? Because they're probably haunted due to some bad shit that went down there, and I have enough problems dealing with the living!
I love trailers. Especially trailers for movies about the world going to hell in a handbasket. Makes our economic woes seem a little less troublesome, does it not?
More tasty images have been hitting the Net from Rob Zombie's upcoming Halloween 2 from a couple of different sources. Go ahead and click the below links. You know you want to.
A while back we reported that Eric Red’s first directorial effort in many years, 100 Feet, would be making its debut on the Sci-Fi Channel this spring instead of getting the theatrical release it more than likely deserves.
You can always count on Roger Corman to bring his b-game to the creature feature genre. The filmmaking legend who has graced us in recent years with Dinocroc (review) and its unofficial sequel Supergator (review) is about to unleash a Dinoshark upon an unsuspecting public.
The guys behind the March 20th UK release of Lesbian Vampire Killers just dropped a new look behind-the-scenes of the film into our laps; you can check it out for yourself below.
I think I die a little inside every time I have to do a story about one of the Twilight movies, but I guess that’s just how much I care about making sure you guys are informed. Though I seriously question how much of our readership is waiting with bated breath for more Twilight updates.
It’s not greenlit yet so technically this isn’t official, but industry insiders are reporting that New Line and Platinum Dunes are actively developing a sequel to their Friday the 13th reboot, with writers Damien Shannon and Mark Swift back working on the script again.
Profiles in History and American Cinematheque are offering a public sneak peek of some treasures of the late and great Forrest J. Ackerman. Several significant items will be out on display between 3:00 and 4:00 PM on Sunday, March 8 of 2009, as Profiles in History joins the American Cinematheque at the Egyptian Theater in Los Angeles in a tribute to our greatly missed Forry.
Earlier this month Uncle Creepy made a major life milestone in being able to make the announcement "The Sinful Dwarf is Coming!". Well, there’s been a mild change and I get to experience a similar joy; the dwarf is still coming, just sooner than we expected!