Well here it is! You've waited all month for us to spew forth some love and or venom regarding our busiest month of the year and as usual we're pulling no punches.
Sure, Watchmen and other big name comic book adaptations may be getting all the press, but the one I am looking forward to the most isn't full of spandex, it's the upcoming Dylan Dog adaptation, Dead of Night.
It has been a few years since we last heard anything about the remake of Viy (official site) directed by Oleg Stepchenko, but finally something showed up that should please all English-speaking horror fans.
This morning the guys at AICN had an interview with Paul Giamatti up in which he announced that Ron Perlman was looking to fill the blue suede shoes of Elvis Presley in Don Coscarelli’s Bubba Nosferatu. We told you about it cause we love you, and now we have official word from Bubba Nosferatu writer Stephen Romano on the casting!
Back in 1990 the bizarre horror film Baby Blood (review here) freaked out a lot of people who were expecting some kind of run-of-the mill killer baby film. The story involved a cruel circus owner whose pregnant wife became infected with some kind of evil creature that demanded blood.
Well, you won’t have to wait too much longer to find out if Pascal Laugier is the right choice for the remake of Hellraiser; the boys at Quiet Earth got word today that Martyrs is headed for DVD on February 24th, 2009!
This past April I first reported on a horror movie in the works called Crawler, a sort-of updating of the notorious 1970's TV movie Killdozer. Info was scarce at the time, but now we've got new info on the plot, awesome new promotional artwork, and a new teaser trailer. Not every rampaging bulldozer movie you see where the dozer has tentacles.
This has really been the week for news on Bump, the Fangoria Graphix comic that will be headed to feature film land soon courtesy of The Rage director Robert Kurtzman.
All right, it’s time to celebrate the independent spirit and show those who stood up and kept working during the Writer’s Strike how much we appreciate them. How can we do that? By checking out Strike TV, which went live today and features, among many other original short programs, Tom Holland’s “5 or Die” (pilot review).
I’d never been to Austin, TX before, but it’s one of those cities that I’ve heard so much about that I couldn’t wait to finally get a chance to check it out.
Those sickos over at Arrow in the Head got their hands on the trailer for Rob Schmidt’s The Alphabet Killer, coming our way soon from Anchor Bay, and all you have to do is scroll down a bit to feast thine eyes upon it!
I just don’t know how I feel about Ron Perlman in the shoes of The King, or the shoes of Bruce Campbell for that matter, but according to a recent interview with Paul Giamatti over on AICN, that’s who’s interested in filling out the jumpsuit for Bubba Nosferatu.
It’s odd to be sourcing Variety for a story like this, but I guess since the titles we’re discussing are based on popular movies it does make sense...
Dominic Sena's big screen version of the graphic novel Whiteout finally has a release date, but you all are going to have to wait quite a while to see it.
While I'd love to point out how all the Twilight posters so far have been interchangeable, we'll just let this poster IMP Awards found speak for itself...