UPDATE: Lionsgate has just released the DVD specs for Trapped Ashes to Fangoria!. Expect to see "director’s cut" versions of Monte Hellman and Ken Russell's stories. There will also be a "Making Of" featurette, deleted scenes and cast/crew commentaries!
Just like our extensive and exhausting (on our side, at least) coverage from last year (read it all right here), we’re compiling as much info as we can for the horror offerings at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, going down in N
I sure am glad I turned down that lifetime subscription to Entertainment Weekly. The magazine shot out some news recently that is sure to infuriate horror fans but most likely guarantee a huge box office success just like we saw with the new Prom Night (review).
One of these days I know there's going to be an official graphic for NBC's horror anthology Fear Itself, but until then I'm kind of content with just the channel's logo. Anyway, those of you who have been waiting patiently for the successor to Masters of Horror will have to wait a little while longer for the first episode of Fear Itself to air.
There's going to be grit! There's going to be dirt! There's going to be a beautiful woman who was once the fantasy of many "Star Trek" fans! Ah, Platinum Dunes' Friday the 13th has added someone to the cast to kinda be excited about!
David R. Ellis wants to commit us to the Asylum on July 15th! However, we won't be seeing the Snakes on a Plane (review) director's newest feature in theatres; instead it'll only be on DVD.
Do you have plans to be in or around the LA area this weekend but aren't sure what to do with yourself?
We just got confirmation of where The Vanguard, the British post-apocalyptic zombie film from Matthew Hope, has found its new home, and it’s not very surprising: good old Anchor Bay!
Sometimes I come across a slew of B-movie news items that for various reasons don't always seem to warrant their own individual stories. Such is the case here as I once again present ten different B-movie news items about everything ranging from Godzilla lawsuits to low budget monster movie mayhem, with such notable names ranging from Tiffany Shepis to Ulli Lommel, all consolidated into one enormous news update I call the B-Movie Overload. Are you ready? START!
While at New York Comic Con this past weekend, which made the wise decision to move from February to April this year but is going back to February for next year, I hit up the Magnolia/Magnet booth
If this were a just universe, studios would buy the movie rights to make an adaptation of Clive Barker’s work and then just step back and let the man do whatever needed to be done to make sure it turned out right. It is not, sadly, so Barker just has to go with the flow, even if it means the two guys who were supposed to remake Hellraiser, two guys he liked a lot, are removed and he has no say as to who does do it.
New York Comic Con is packed wall to wall with celebrities, entertainment companies, toy makers and comic geniuses. When you aren't being herded down the aisles, you can sit in a hall to hear the latest on your favorite projects from TV, comics, toys, movies, video games and beyond.
Creator of the flash cartoon and printed comic Xombie, James Farr, tipped us off today that his baby will be getting the live-action treatment. The details were pretty vague, but he did inform us that "big names" are involved!
The idea of yet another Asian horror remake, especially from a French director, doesn’t exactly thrill anyone. But it’s a different story when the man pulling the strings is Alexandre Aja.
The Saw franchise still has a monumental amount of potential left in it, and we're hoping the addition of David Hackl at the helm of the upcoming sequel will spark its usage. Oh, and you need a good cast too.