Crocs and sluts are ready for you come Tuesday, January 29th, 2008...
Here I am, reporting on yet another vampire film that actually looks somewhat interesting. Either something is wrong with the world or too many drugs have skewed my perception. Or maybe Let the Right One In is genuinely worth keeping an eye on...
We may still not have an official US release date for All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, but what we do have today is the first 10 minutes of the film. This comes thanks to our buddy Joey M. and Yahoo Movies UK.
So you missed that Sci-Fi Channel original movie when it premiered on a Saturday night, and then you missed the midnight replay as well. Then you missed it again when it aired again later that week. And then you missed it again when the network replayed the film multiple times in the weeks and months following. To be honest, you really don't have any excuses. Lucky for you more and more Sci-Fi Channel original movies are getting released on DVD quicker and more frequently.
Jim Isaac did very wrong by horror fans when his long-delayed follow up to Jason X, the lycanthrope-lacking Skinwalkers, finally hit theaters and depressed the hell outta everyone who was looking forward to a werewolf vs. werewolf throwdown. Instead we got pretty boys and girls with guns. So will Pig Hunt redeem him?
If you’re going to make a video game where the player will take on the role of a slasher, which I have to say it’s about goddamn time someone is finally doing, who better to play said slasher than Jason Voorhees himself, Kane Hodder?
“Completely unwatchable” “It was like the film was raping my face” “highbrow-pervo conversation piece” These are only some of the things people are saying about Downloading Nancy, the oddly-titled first film from Swedish music video/commercial big deal Johan Renck. Maria Bello, Jason Patric and Rufus Sewell star.
Fans of the series "Mystery Science Theater 3000" have something new to shout about. The popular series that ran for 11 seasons, 198 episodes, on two different networks about a man and his robot puppet comrades trapped on a space station and forced to riff on really bad movies sent to them by a pair of mad scientists is jumping ship from Rhino - who have released numerous multi-episode box sets over the years - to Shout!
Not that it should come as any surprise to those who’ve seen Saw IV but it appears that Tobin Bell, Scott Patterson and Costas Mandylor will all be returning for the fifth film in the franchise, which rolls in Toronto this May, various sources are reporting.
I’ll admit, since Dimension had picked up George A. Romero’s Diary of the Dead (review), I was really hoping it’d get a real theatrical release. I mean, they put Cursed in theaters across the country and that was pure shite. Why not give George the credit he deserves and get this out there?
Six friends on their way home from a camping retreat run afoul of the denizens of a haunted trailer park. Such is the plot crunch for Trailer Park of Terror, the new film from Steve Goldmann based on the Imperium comic series of the same name.
If you give a listen to my interview with Anessa Ramsey of The Signal (review), you’ll hear us chat about “the song” and how sad it is that it’s no longer going to be a part of the film...
This sure ain’t cool; though I’ve been cautiously optimistic, at best, about the remake of Hellraiser, currently being written and set to be directed by the Inside team of Alexandre Bustillo & Julien Maury, I was hoping we wouldn’t have to wait too long to finally see it.
It’s not easy for a film to sneak up on us these days, what with all the festivals going on right now that are usually full of flicks we’ve been waiting months for, but Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer kinda took me by surprise, I will admit.