The latest entry in the saga of vampires vs. werewolves, Underworld: Rise of the Lycans, is due out in theaters on January 23rd, so doesn’t it seem odd that there’s been so little publicity for it in the last few months? That ends now!
John Schneider, Katharine Isabelle, Chelan Simmons, and a hulking computer-generated ogre with bitch tits: it must be a Sci-Fi Channel original movie! And it was. Premiered this past March. Now you'll be able to own Ogre (review) on DVD this coming March.
Damn you, Gore Verbinski. Damn you. The man behind the U.S. remake of The Ring, which I grant you wasn’t as bad as we had feared, has been attached to produce a redux of another Asian favorite: Bong Joon-Ho’s The Host (review).
The season is starting early this year with a new comic line written by Stef Hutchinson and Jeff Katz. The comics will be distributed through Devil's Due Publishing and Compass International Pictures.
Principal photography is set to begin in December for director Sean Cain’s new Silent Night, Zombie Night, brought to us by the fine organizations of Velvet Hammer Films and ArsonCuff Entertainment. Included in the cast are Lew Temple (Trailer Park of Terror), Felissa Rose (Return to Sleepaway Camp) and Vernon Wells (Commando).
The guys over at Quiet Earth just got their hands on the first teaser for a film I’ve never heard of but now wish I had: James Boss' White Wall.
It's amazing how quickly things work sometimes. Just yesterday we pointed you in the direction of the first in a series of behind-the-scenes videos for F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin, and now today the good folks at Warner Bros Interactive have yet another tidbit of gore-drenched goodness to share with us!
With the release of the phenomenon known as Twlight right around the corner, we figured the time was right to bring you some interviews with a few of the principals! Looking no further for your behind-the-scenes Twlight lowdown!
Man, Universal just doesn’t know when to let a monster die. They milked the Tremors franchise for four movies and a TV show, and now there’s talk that they’re planning yet another film.
There woes the neighbourhood!
This morning we got a heads up from indie workhorse Lee Perkins about the poster for one of his latest starring roles, Live Evil. The poster is below; it was first seen at AFM but apparently we missed it...
Though I know he was kidding, at one point in an interview done by Fearnet with Saw VI director Kevin Greutert, he mentions he hopes there’s a breatkthrough in time travel technology so they have a good way to bring back Shawnee Smith’s character, Amanda. That’s about what this series needs to get me back in theaters for it.
The boys over at DVD Active got a very nice look at the cover for the upcoming Special Edition re-release of Wes Craven’s Last House on the Left.
The first trailer for Race to Witch Mountain, the new, re-imagined, updated and reconfigured version of Escape to Witch Mountain, is now live and kicking over at Yahoo! Movies, so go check it out!
If you can give Tim Burton anything, it’s that he gets his actors to wear some pretty ridiculous things in the name of his art. Take, for example, this candid shot of Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter from Burton’s upcoming Alice in Wonderland adaptation. Not what I expected, for sure.