Last week we gave you all the news that Anchor Bay had acquired the Norwegian snowboarding slasher film Cold Prey for release in the U.S. Today the Bay boys sent us over a great look at the DVD’s cover, which you can dig on your right!
Perkin’s 14, a film about cults, murder, and redemption, reached picture lock recently and is currently at Molinare, a post-production house in the UK. During a recent visit to the film’s editing room, director Craig Singer told us that Perkins' 14 is the real deal: all practical effects, a cast filled with non-SAG actors and dash of 70’s horror show.
Just a few more weeks till Darren Bousman’s Repo! The Genetic Opera makes its way to theaters, so we’re just going to keep shooting you up with info like the Repo! junkie you are!
A new development has come to light regarding the proposed remakes of classic RKO horror pictures today, with the announcement that RKO’s new horror subsidiary Roseblood would be joining with Twisted Pictures to make the remakes a reality, according to Variety.
"It's the night before Christmas and Gabe Snow, a tabloid writer haunted by the Ghosts of Christmas past, is investigating a Yule Tide conspiracy. Gabe knows that Flight 1225 was brought down one foggy Christmas Eve, by a flying creature with a "glowing nose". Now, a blood-sucking Vampire - Santa Claus - has put Gabe on his list and unleashed the demonic fury of the North Pole.
Interesting how we just did a story about all the upcoming offerings from FearNet and not a single mention of this project was made. Mayhap because it will premiere after Halloween is all said and done, which is a sad thought.
Another Steve Niles title will be seeing its break on the big screen very soon; THR reports that Overture Films has brought on David Gordon Green (Pineapple Express) to direct an adaptation of Niles’ Freaks of the Heartland.
FearNet has been kicking quite a bit of ass as of late and now that I get them on my local cable provider life is pretty sweet! For those of you lucky enough to be able to check them out, here's a list of what you can expect to see programming wise this Halloween both online and on demand!
Halloween is almost here, and you know what that means? No, not more greasy-haired, foul-mouthed, white trash gone awry fueled remakes. It's time for Adam Green's yearly Halloween short film!
December 23rd is the day when we'll all get what we wanted for Christmas: Pulse 3 on DVD! If Pulse 2 (review) taught us anything, it's that some of us would rather get coal this holiday season. Don't blame me for the bad news, look at Fangoria, they broke it.
DVD Active confirmed the suspicions none of us cared to have that there would indeed be a second direct-to-video Boogeyman film. Gary Jones, who brought us the memorable Ghouls (review), has been tasked with the challenge of making a budget DVD movie in Bulgaria. How could any of this go wrong?
Books-to-film is a far more acceptable action via a studio than a remake. Think about how many good books (no, not Twilight) are sitting out there just waiting for a creative team to bring them to life! Oh, the never ending pain we must endure!
Some very good news for all you out there chomping at the bit for Trick ‘r Treat updates: The film just nabbed itself the Audience Choice Award at this year’s Screamfest! ”Not bad for a flick that doesn't even have a release date,” director Mike Dougherty commented. ”It's the little horror movie that could!”
Those madmen with their electronic toys, namely Andrew Kasch and David Rosiak, pummeled the horror celebs making their way down the red carpet at last Saturday’s Scream Awards 2008 and have submitted the video evidence to prove their badassness!
First, sorry for the lack of DVD lists these past few weeks, I’ve been hellaciously busy. Which is saying something considering how easy this list is now! But here you go, your list of horror DVDs for Tuesday, October 21st, 2008! Hope you have a Blu-ray player!