And the Bump madness rolls on ... When The Scream Factory announced their formation last week and to expect some great casting news this week, I really didn’t think it’d be every single day!
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 NYC this April 23rd – May 4th!
Here’s a project I never expected to hear about again: Toolbox Murders 2, the sequel to Tobe Hooper’s 2003 remake of the 1978 original. Fangoria got to chatting with long-time second unit director and FX vet Dean Jones recently, who revealed that he’ll be helming Toolbox 2, possibly as early as May.
Finally, some Hack/Slash movement we can report on! I’m sick that it’s been so many years for this project to get moving, but I guess it’s a case of all good things coming to those who wait.
If you needed any further proof that Robert Kurtzman’s Bump is finally making the transition from comics to film, look no further than some fantastic casting news that The Scream Factory announced today: Ashley Laurence has joined the cast of Bump, working alongside genre
NBC's horror anthology Fear Itself may actually get me to watch TV again. The stories all sound likable and the latest addition to the mix has me gung-ho on the whole idea.
Guillermo del Toro's second Hellboy flick looks to really top the first, even in the realm of viral marketing. It's all the rage today you know, and since we've got a while until the film's July 11th release date, the following piece may prove quite interesting.
This Friday, April 11th, Prom Night will be pandering to all the kids with its PG-13 friendly jump scares, lamps (“MySpace's Prom Night Clip” – March 2008) and actors who look far older than your average high schooler. But ... it can't all be bad, can it? AitH proved to me that there is something useful to come out of this film and it doesn't even require you having to see it! Check out the video below to see what I'm talking about.
Gene Simmons really has done it all, save for directing to date, and now he’s got another chance to shine and show how cool he is: Gene Simmons’ House of Horrors, a new trade paperback coming our way from IDW Publishing.
We’ve been hearing good things about Summer Scars, Julian Richards’ follow-up to The Last Horror Movie, for a while now but nothing to indicate it was this good.
Manic Entertainment has teamed up with Dalton Gang Entertainment (Hunting Season) to bring a trippy new horror film to fans: Burning Inside.
Sorry for the long time between these podcasts, kids. If you need someone to blame, feel free to blame Uncle Creepy; though not really his fault, he can take it better than anyone else.
Insanity is the name of the game for the creators of The Machine Girl, who are primed to burst back onto the horror scene with their latest offering, Tokyo Gore Police, directed by Yoshihiro Nishimura.
Having just finished watching the brilliant British show “Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace”, I can’t help but chuckle a bit at this idea: Variety got word that Rob (Reign of Fire, The X-Files) Bowman is set to direct the pilot episode of a new ABC series called “Castle” about a horror novelist who consults for the NYPD.