We still don’t know what the hell it is, but I will admit that Rob Zombie’s Tyrannosaurus Rex has some very badass teaser art! Zombie updated his MySpace page today with the art you see below, which was done by artist Alex Horley. Though I doubt there'll be any dinosaur-shaped mushroom clouds in the finished film, if it's anywhere near as cool as the teaser art, we're in for a good time.
During the Weekend of Horrors this past weekend, Eric Red (pictured with John Fallon), screenwriter of The Hitcher and Near Dark and director of Body Parts and Bad Moon, took part in a Q&A to discuss his upcoming film, 100 Feet, which is still settling on a distribution deal. Once the film is out, he’s poised to return to the sub-genre he kicked so much ass with in Near Dark with a new vampire film called Nightlife.
This week's winner is ... we don't know! Yup, the lucky fiend who got selected wished to stay anonymous. All we know is that the idea was sprouted from Holly Knight's '80's super band, Device.
This year will be the 14th for the Fantasia Film Festival, and the fest just keeps getting bigger and better every year. They’re hosting a huge number of films over the course of the Fest’s three weeks, July 3rd- 21st, and this morning we got exclusive word about one premiere that fans of Thai horror are going to flip for.
The tag line “It’s Not Just for the Dead Anymore”, indicates that Adam Gierasch’s Autopsy, his feature-length directing debut, may not be quite as serious as I had first feared.
We’ve been hoping for news on Paul Davis’ Beware the Moon: Remembering An American Werewolf in London to come out of last weekend’s Horrorhound Weekend, since the AWIL director and stars were there and Davis is a HorrorHound writer, and so our wish was granted!
The makers of The Lost Boys: The Tribe sure are taking the film’s heritage seriously, bringing back both characters and music from Joel Schumacher’s original for the sequel, which hits DVD July 29th (pre-order it here).
Doing my occassional snooping about the internet, I stumbled upon the existence of a new slasher flick I was previously unaware of entitled Spiker, about a maniac who lays waste to his victims with railroad spikes. The original title of the film was Blood Rails, but the producers have wisely changed it to Spiker, which I think we can all agree is more direct to the point.
Ehren Kruger is back adapting novels for the big screen (you may remember his last one, Blood and Chocolate?) according to this morning’s Variety. The trade reports that Rogue Pictures has just nabbed Kruger’s adaptation of The Keep.
Alfred Hitchcock wasn't too far off.
Our friends over at Icons of Fright got word that a familiar convention is making its way back to the Big Apple.
The last time we saw the Creeper, he was nailed to a wall with a harpoon gun pointed, happily awaiting his return in 23 years. Just how will the "Bat Outta Hell" manage to escape the trap that has been waiting for him for over two decades?
Arrow in the Head scored itself some exclusive pics from the upcoming horror flick starring their very own John Fallon, 100 Feet, and since they're out there, we figured we'd point you in the right direction! For the uninitiated, here's the official plot synopsis:
**Scroll to the bottom for the update!** Great news out there for all you fans of tiny dolls that have been running amok due in part to demonic infestations!
A funny version of House of the Dead? Because Uwe Boll's original version of House of the Dead wasn't funny enough?