Those of you with cable (a number I blissfully don’t count myself among) will have a lot to look forward to from IFC in the coming months. An article in Variety today reports that London-based One-Eyed Films has just sold a nine-picture package to IFC containing all the Coffin Joe movies!
Anxious to finally get a chance to see Bruce Campbell’s latest directorial effort, My Name is Bruce? Willing to drive to, say, Canada to fulfill that dream? Then you’re in luck!
For some reason no one out there wants to give Maurice Devereaux what he needs in order to secure a U.S. release for his urban apocalypse horror film End of the Line (review).
MGM has had two versions of the DVD art for Pumpkinhead: 20th Anniversary Edition out there for a while now, neither of which were what one would call ideal.
Henry Selick’s upcoming stop-motion animated version of Neil Gaiman’s Coraline is probably one of my most anticipated films of the next few years. We’ve been reporting on it for seemingly years now, so the fact that it’s finally being made is fantastic.
**Update: Bousman just put up a blog on his MySpace page addressing this and other rumors...**
Finally, some casting has taken place for Lars Von Trier’s long-gestating Anitchrist, and it’s good enough to make it more than worth the wait. Variety reports that Willem Dafoe (pictured) and Charlotte Gainsbourg (I’m Not There) have signed on for the film.
Dead Space isn’t as surprising now as it was when it was first revealed. A game coming from a creatively rejuvenated EA games, that sits amongst a slate of other promising looking, brand new ideas. It wasn’t incredibly surprising when it was first unveiled either. But you have to think back to how we used to look at EA games a couple of years back.
Ever wonder why some people laugh during horror movies and others cower in fear? Researchers from Germany's University of Bonn think they have it figured out...
You may recall a few weeks back we showed you a clip from something called “5 or Die”, which was sent to us without any real information backing it up as to what the hell it was.
Looks like He Who Walks Behind the Rows is preparing to make a return to trip to Iowa’s Quad Cities. A reader threw us a heads-up that the Quad City Times has a new article up about the Children of the Corn remake that’s set to go in front of cameras next month.
It used to be Stephen King was a pretty easy guy to keep up with; he released a new book every few years, we’d do a story on it and eventually a review, then sit back and wait for the next project. Nowadays, though, it seems like King’s got way too much to keep up with.
Author Joe Hill (Heart-Shaped Box) recently sat down with the folks at Fangoria to discuss some of the various horror projects his name is attached to, first and foremost his IDW comic Locke & Key, which they will be releasing a sequel to in the coming months.
I suppose it was inevitable that The Witches of Eastwick would find its way back in front of our eyeballs at some point. The original is a pretty damn good film, and whenever that happens, there’s always someone in Hollywood looking to sequelize and/or remake it.
Between The Wolfman, Underworld 3 and now Lobo, it’s positively a lycanthropic revolution in horror these days. Variety learned this morning of Lobo, a new acquisition from Stone Village (Love in the Time of Cholera, The Master and Margarita. The spec script is about a colony of nearly extinct werewolves in Brazil.