As if the month of October weren't crowded enough what with all the various cons, film fests, parties, and of course our high holy day, Halloween, itself, word recently came down about an upcoming week-long run of horror and punk films called "8 Films To Kill For: Halo-ween Fest."
In a very strange turn of events, we’ve just learned that Jennifer Lynch’s upcoming adaptation of the classic Indian tale of the Nagin, or snake woman, has officially changed its title from the relatively obvious Nagin to, believe it or not, Hisss.
Those lucky bastards over at IGN got their hands on the official trailer for Tomas Alfredson’s Let the Right One In, which Magnet will unspool in New York and LA on October 24th as part of their Six Shooter Film Series. It’s subtitled, not dubbed, which makes me happier than it probably should.
The man who made the jump from Darkness Falls to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, Jonathan Liebesman, is now prepping to make yet another leap up the Hollywood ladder with the sci-fi/action pic called Battle: Los Angeles according to THR this morning.
As you should already know by now, Death Note II: The Last Name (review) is being given a fairly substantial theatrical release this coming October 15th and 16th by its distributor, VIZ Pictures.
The fiends over at Fangoria just posted a huge list of upcoming films and events going down at the Two Boots Pioneer Theater in NYC, this in addition to all the good stuff we told you about here, and one of the films making its East Coast debut is David Greg
M. Night Shyamalan appears to have no intention of moving away from our genre at all. I guess that's good news for his fans who were not bummed out by The Village, Signs, or even the big windbag known as The Happening (review).
I've often wondered how settlers of the American West would handle monsters, and please don't remind me of that Tremors sequel... That's why we are grateful J.T. Petty came along with his take on subterranean beasties, The Burrowers.
Leon and Claire just cannot catch a break after Armageddon took place in Raccoon City. Seven years after the initial outbreak, citizens inside a Midwest airport get a shock when a plane lands carrying the dreaded infection.
Brad Sykes, writer/director of the upcoming sci-fi/horror mash-up Plaguers, dropped us a line this morning with a heads-up as to when and where potential fans will be able to check out his ambitious new film as well as an exclusive look behind the scenes!
Just a week ago I was telling you about the mind-blowing trailer for Shark in Venice. This week I can tell you that not only does it now have a DVD release date set; the title has gained an extra "s". And get a load of that hysterical DVD artwork.
Just the other day we let you know about Cloverfield helmer Matt Reeves being chosen as the director of the Let the Right One In remake, and while the selection is “eh” to most of us, Tomas Alfredson, director of the brilliant
Ah, man, and we were going so well without remake announcements, too. I think it’s been at least a week, maybe more, since any new ones were announced. Now we’re looking down the barrel of a remake of the classic voodoo thriller Angel Heart, according to Variety, and I’m none too happy about that.
Michael Sheen, no relation to Charlie or Martin, has joined the cast of Tim Burton’s twisted re-imagining of Alice in Wonderland, according to this morning’s Variety.
There is no film nearer or dearer to my heart than the original 1968 masterpiece Night of the Living Dead. It came out of nowhere and quickly became a movie that would forever change the rules of horror.