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.
Kevin Munroe, the director of TMNT and the upcoming Dylan Dog adaptation, Dead of Night, started talking about another high-concept project he’s working on with Dark Horse recently called War Monkeys. THR reports that the project is gearing up for an early 2009 start.
Wow, don’t make your desire to ape the success of Twilight any more obvious, all right guys? Variety announced this morning that Michael Birnbaum and Jeremiah Chechik have optioned the films rights to House of Night, a series of vampire-themed young adult novels by P.C. & Kristin Cast.
It’s pretty sad when the trailer for a short film has more promise than most trailers for theatrical releases these days. Or is it?
Nothing better than a planned family gathering getting all evil because of an ancient pact your elders made with a sprit of their ancestor, know what I mean?
There must be a god! I now have a bit more faith in humanity! We can all throw away our bootlegs (you know you bought one) of the TV horror phenomenon known as "Tales from the Darkside" as Paramount Home Entertainment is set to bring home Season One of the much beloved show on February 10th, 2009!
The time is almost here for Alma to once again haunt our bits of digital entertainment like only she can! To celebrate Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has released the first in a series of behind-the-scenes videos for F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin.
Before you can say Klaatu Barada Nikto, the remake of the 1951 classic The Day the Earth Stood Still will be in theatres, but Fox Home Entertainment is poised to give the original some small screen loving.
Are you a Twilight fan looking to dig on the outside festivities from tonight's premiere? Well look no further as we bring you all the streaming video of the event that you could want! Watch your volume though; the bevy of chicks there are screaming rather LOUDLY!
We just received a heads-up from Closet Space (review) director Mel House that the trailer for his latest mindbender, Walking Distance, is very close to being upon us. He’s currently shooting for a debut sometime near Thanksgiving, though the outlet has not been determined yet (I vote for Dread Central; don’t you?)
A good selection of horrific new releases await you come Tuesday, November 18th, 2008. Fill up before Thanksgiving is upon us!
The full plot for Feast III: The Happy Finish has finally been revealed to the boys over at STYD, and since I know you’ve been waiting with bated breath since the end of Feast II: Sloppy Seconds to find out what happens next, I won't make you wait any longer...