CBS Films has nabbed the rights to their first potential movie according to The Hollywood Reporter; the YA supernatural novel Beastly.
We got word from our friends over at Dark Sky Films that they're ready to celebrate the holidays by offering many great deals on the plethora of horror DVDs they've got in stock.
Patricio Valladares may just have something golden with his adaption of the comic book called the Party. Thanks to a little help from Twitch, we were pointed in the direction of the filmmaker's official blog. There we were able to check out the first trailer for the adaptation which is titled Departyd.
The blog known as Fear Has No Cure is currently overflowing with content regarding the remake of Colin Eggleston's thirty year old film, Long Weekend.
One Missed Call's official site has gone live. The Flash based site is really targeting teens since you can browse the cast on parody websites like "fakebook" and "OMZ." That makes sense since the film is rated PG-13.
Coming just a few weeks after we showed you the Shark Swarm poster ("Shark Swarm Poster, Full Synopsis!" - November 2007), RHI Films has now updated their official website with 105 pictures from the fish flick. The pics are small and heavily watermarked, but something is better than nothing.
With Buried Alive already out on DVD and Undead or Alive out next Tuesday (pre-order it here), that only leaves Living Hell looking for distribution. Well it shall look no more!
We’ve been hearing about the new indie film Cellar Door for a while now, getting bursts of praise here and there for it being beyond what the premise leads most to expect, so when we had the opportunity to host a premiere of both the film’s teaser and full trailer, of course we said yes.
Though I can’t say it’s number one on our list of most anticipated movies, I will admit to a morbid curiosity regarding Chris Moore’s Kill Theory (formerly Last Resort/Killers). If nothing else it’ll be a chance to stare at Agnes Brucker for 90 minutes again.
With the elections right around the corner, now would really be the perfect time for a movie like Zero Dark Thirty, the remake of Bob Clark’s Deathdream that Stephen Susco is writing. Unfortuantely is sounds like it’s going to be a while before we’ll be seeing it.
A few weeks ago we brought you the Spanish trailer for Alex De La Iglesia's thriller The Oxford Murders. Visually it looked great, but unless you were fluent in Spanish, the plot was a little tough to make out. To sum things up John Hurt and Elijah Wood try to use very complicated mathematical equations to figure out who, where and when a local serial killer will strike next.
If you happen not to remember us talking about a film called Splice, let me refresh your memories. Sarah Polley, Adrien Brody and Delphine Chanéac will be under the direction of Cube helmer Vincenzo Natali as he takes us into a world of beautiful and terrifying world of genetic engineering...
Next week we'll finally know if I Am Legend will finally be the adaption of Richard Matheson's book we've been waiting for since 1954. The third time may be the charm, right?
First The Lost (review) then The Girl Next Door (DVD review) and now Red; seems like Jack Ketchum’s work isn’t quite as unfilmable as some may have theorized.
Remember when we told you guys about the badass series of films being programmed by Edgar Wright at the New Beverly Cinema ("Beverly Cinema Gets it Wright" – November 2007)? Sure you do. Well, our man Andrew Kasch was in attendance at last night’s screening of Brian DePalma’s Phantom of the Paradise and got some very interesting news.