Warran Zide, the producer behind most of the American Pie films and the first three Final Destination flicks, has decided to mix his experience with the horror and comedy genres into one pot to create --wait for it-- the Harvard Zombie Massacre!
If you saw The Strangers (review) this past week, there's a good chance the trailer for REC's American remake played before the feature presentation. Up until now the film's rating was still in limbo.
So real you can smell it ... Over the weekend Capcom released another new Resident Evil 5 trailer, which you can check out below, and this one shows a lot of gameplay. In other words, yes, this is really what the game looks like.
Now that the hi-def format war is over, we can all rest easy and give in to the Blu-ray overlords. For our loyalty they will shower us with gifts of fried gold and sax men!
Otis (review), Tony Krantz's heart touching tale of a psychotic man named Otis and his quest for love ... and dismemberment ... will be hitting store shelves on June 10th, but you have a chance to see it on the big screen before that!
Now this is what I’m talking about! I knew JJ Abrams new show, "Fringe", would be something cool, but I didn’t hope it’d be as cool as this trailer makes it look. Arrow in the Head got their diseased hands on it today and we’re sharing it with you (we’ll wear gloves, though). Check it out below!
I guess it was inevitable that a remake of the popular Japanese film Death Note (review) would happen; even more inevitable that Vertigo Films would be involved. So color me unsurprised on all counts!
Steve Romano just turned in this week's winning entry in our ongoing Shock Festival contest and I gotta say; this is my favorite one so far!
Quick quiz; what's the very last thing you'd want Alexandre Bustillo & Julien Maury to follow-up Inside (DVD review) with now that they're off the Hellraiser remake? If you said Halloween 2, you'd be 100% correct!
A lot of sharks, too many indies and a classic horror/comedy await you come Tuesday, June 3rd, 2008. Behold...
Man, what a strange bit of news this is for a Monday morning; Mel Brooks is working on a serious horror movie.
It's been almost a year since it was first announced that Johnny Depp was working on bringing the 1960's supernatural soap opera "Dark Shadows" to the big screen, and since that announcement all has been very quiet about the project.
I don't get why one would miss out on the chance to play what could be an iconic character in a new franchise just so one could be in a French comedy. So I guess it's good I'm not Charlotte Gainsbourg, eh?
This morning's Variety confirmed a story we threw at you on Friday about a live-action adaptation of Steve Niles' Wake the Dead, peppering in a few more details that deemed it re-newsworthy.