Finally, some good news for Joss Whedon fans who are sick of hearing about him only doing comic books or discussing superhero films that won’t be made anytime soon.
With all the updating going on this weekend it’s hard to always find the best “first look” at anything, but the boys at UHM found the best shot of the poster for Frank Darabont’s The Mist that I’ve seen so far.
Wow, a Resident Evil trailer with zombies! Real zombies! Lots and lots of them, as a matter of fact! Head on over the official site for Resident Evil: Extinction and hit the Videos & Trailers sect
UPDATE: In Nomad's own words, "ok..seems Kirkman faked his fans out and they were not ready to reveal any toy news...at this time. Instead they announced a new comic called "Hunt" with Robert Kirkman
So our man Nomad is in the midst of stalking the floors of Comic Con and, considering the man has been ensconced in the world of collectibles longer than most of you have been alive, he just can’t hel
Just got more word from the floor of San Diego Comic Con, which is producing more news than I ever thought possible, that Robert Rodriguez is a go for Machete! The film will be a feature-length ver
Nothing makes me happier than authenticity. Or, at the very least, when someone pays enough attention to give fans what they want. STYD scored the exclusive first look at the poster for Dominic Sena's
British horror is making a comeback here in the US. Over the past few years we've seen some great films from the UK (surprisingly ... considering the state of Hollywood) getting wide releases in theaters nationwide. Even more refreshing is that some studios are actually making an effort to promote the films ("4 Till Doomsday" - July 26th, 2007).
Reporting in from Comic-Con, Andrew Kasch confirmed what Frank Darabont alluded to in an interview with Lilja's Library some months back: He has indeed signed on for adaptations of the two Stephen Ki
Check it out; Lionsgate just sent out a much better look at the Saw IV teaser poster that was first seen at Comic Con a few days back; obviously they’re not going with the Tobin Bell’s head poster as
If I weren’t married or if I were in one of those “open marriages” (something that I really don’t think can exist, but that’s neither here nor there) and had a thing for stalking celebrities, I think
Video Watchdog guru Tim Lucas is finally unveiling his until-now mythical tome on the work of Italian maestro Mario Bava. Bava, as you better know, was the director behind classics such as Black Sunda
Man, a lot of changes have come down as to when you’re going to see the most anticipated horror films of the near future according to Box Office Mojo. Not sure why it’s happened all of a sudden, but the dates they are a changin'.
IGN Movies got the word via Comic-Con, where all words are coming from for the next few days, that the official dates and specs have been solidified for the separate DVD release of both movies feature