It appears that the folks at Warner Bros. have once again taken the Trick 'r Treat approach of "let's never release it" when it comes to yet another of their better horror titles.
Today a nice long, chunky synopsis appeared online for a new Aussie horror movie in the works called Road Train. Personally it’s the first I’ve heard of it, but from the sounds of it we could be in for an interesting treat.
It's been a year already since we first heard about Nailbiter, the next feature on indie filmmaker Patrick Rea's slate, and finally we have a taste of what's coming thanks to the teaser trailer that just showed up on SenoReality Pictures' website.
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So it seems Twilight was worse than even we expected, and we’re pretty damn jaded, so of course we had to get together and chat about it a bit. Of course by “chat” I mean spew hate and venom for 45+ minutes.
Not a helluva lot to choose from this Tuesday, November 25th, 2008. I guess its good you’re so broke then, eh?
The latest guy attached to the Weinstein Company’s remake of Hellraiser, Martyrs director Pascal Laugier, has just signed on with Paramount Vantage to helm a movie called Details according to this morning’s Variety.
Thanks to a $70.6 million opening weekend, the teen protagonists of vamp romance Twilight will definitely be returning for at least one sequel.
For years fans have been clamoring for an uncut version of Eighties slasher favorite My Bloody Valentine. When the film was residing at Paramount, the studio went so far as to claim that the excised footage no longer existed. Enter Lionsgate to investigate.
Nothing says horror quite like a bowling alley. Am I right? I mean come on, there are the fat sweaty guys and their wrist protectors, the chicks with sideburns, and all those horrible smelly shoes that millions of unclean fungus-happy feet have made home over the years.
Looking for nearly five minutes of flesh-tearing goodness that ushers in the end of the world? Man, I know I am! The official trailer for the latest indie epic from Sonny Fernandez, The Last Battleground has just hit the net, and I have to say ... it's looking pretty damned violent.
Screaming chicks! Long lines! A very wisely placed sale on Kleenex tissues! Millions of tormented men, paying their penance for digging on last week's new Bond movie! What could this all mean? Why the premiere of Catherine Hardwicke's big screen adaptation of the "young adult" phenomenon Twilight of course.
Let's face it. Teenage girls like looking at hot teenage boys just as much as vice versa. And if they're also hot vampires, all the better.
I couldn't tell you how long it has been since I've been in a comic book store, though I used to be an avid comic collector years ago. I might have to pay a visit to my local comic shop again this week to pick-up the first issue of a new comic based on the all-time bad movie classic Attack of the Killer Tomatoes.