With 3D being the latest cinematic craze it only figures The Asylum would get in on the act and, let's face it, we all knew sooner of later we'd have to deal with the possibility of Lorenzo Lamas projecting himself out of our television sets right into our living room.
A recent interview by THR with Summit Entertainment’s Robert Friedman and Patrick Wachsberger revealed just a bit more about why the company is going with a new director for the Twilight sequel, New Moon, and what the overall plan is for it.
Though personally I would love to see someone like NECA or Mezco actually do an entire line of toys from Michael Jackson’s music video/short film “Thriller”, this 7” vinyl figure should hold me over nicely until that day finally comes.
We don’t make a big deal out of it, mainly because we still don’t have an index listing of all the films, but our database is a wealth of information for most of the movies we report on here on Dread. Case in point: My Bloody Valentine 3D, which opens tomorrow.
Though it’s hard to take a movie called Donkey Punch too seriously, all the reports I’ve heard about it, including our own review, confirm that it’s anything but goofy, despite the title. This clip goes a helluva long way to proving that!
Larry Fessenden, the man behind Glass Eye Pix and thusly every single cool genre project out there right now, got chatting with the mutants at STYD recently and dropped some intel on a trio of projects that fans are patiently waiting for.
While out promoting Coraline, another upcoming 3D adventure I can’t wait for my eyeballs to digest, director Henry Selick talked to the JoBlo boys about another project he’s producing that’s of special interest to horror fans: a zombie comedy called Paranorman.
Man, I’m glad someone had the forethought to ask Patrick Lussier about the zombie project he’s been circling for a while now, Condition Dead, when chatting up My Bloody Valentine 3D. When this film happens, it’s going to kick horror fans squarely in the nuts and call them Martha, that’s how cool it is.
Not a helluva lot of interesting “news” in here, but I thought it would warm the cockles of your collective heart, something desperately needed as temperatures continue to plummet on the East Coast, to know that some upcoming horror is, indeed, horrific.
With every cool movie to come out, you can expect that an action figure isn't far behind. Such is the case with Mezco Toys' new seven-inch figure from the upcoming Friday the 13th remake.
Three new stills from Platinum Dunes' Friday the 13th remake just hit the web over at a German website, DVD-Forum.at, and they depict everyone's favorite murderous mongoloid in action! Wanna see?
Are you ready to see a great big fat person in high definition? Don’t worry, you’ve got until March 3rd to prepare; that’s when MGM puts Silence of the Lambs out on glorious Blu-ray! Never before have Lecter’s slurping, Clarice’s vacant stare or Buffalo Bill’s wonderfully disturbing dance looked or sounded so good!
Word came down today that Joe Sena, lord and master of our online storefront of terror, Evilshop, will be participating in a panel at the upcoming New York Comic Con as part of EMCE Toys to discuss their revitalized line of Mego figures, including their badass Night of the Living Dead creations!
While we patiently wait for the Sci Fi Channel debut (groan) of Eric Red’s 100 Feet, UK fans will be getting it directly on DVD come March 2nd, 2009, courtesy of DNC Entertainment.
Pretty much everyone who saw the 2007 horror entry Vacancy can agree that it was ripe for a follow-up. So many unanswered questions, so many loose threads, there just had to be more, right?