Though something tells me it's not going to be anywhere near our genre when it's finally done, THR reports this morning that Dark Horse's Mike Richardson is getting behind the production of a feature film for Emily the Strange, the gothic girl created by skateboarder Rob Reger back in the 90's who's apparently gone on to become an iconic
For all of you who moaned and groaned when the Donnie Darko sequel, S. Darko, was first announced, now you have a good reason to stop. The film's gotten a major class upgrade by adding none other than Elizabeth (Showgirls, "Saved by the Bell") Berkley to the cast!
Yet another King film adaptation is coming our way as the filming of Dolan's Cadillac has just begun in Regina and Moose Jaw, Canada.
I’ve been looking forward to hearing more about Giles Paquet-Brenner’s Walled In ever since I chatted with the film’s cinematographer, Karim Hussain (who also co-wrote The Abandoned and directed The Beautiful Beast), about it during the Boston Underground Film Festival. Finally I have been rewarded!
Scorpio Film Releasing is proud to announce that Richard Griffin's Beyond the Dunwich Horror will be screening on Friday, June 13th, at 11:59 PM in the Cable Car Cinema.
Well, things are moving along nicely for Craig (Dark Ride) Singer's next experiment with After Dark Films, the Horrorfest entry Perkins' 14. A recent casting call on Massify, where the film had its origins, has yielded the primary leads for the horror film, which will be a part of the upcoming 8 Films to Die For.
You know things are getting weird when Hollywood turns to the virtually untapped world of board games to find their next high-concept script. Like today, when THR reported that Michael Bay and his Platinum Dunes have signed a deal with Hasbro to bring the supernatural adventure Ouija to the big screen.
Just got the first word from Stephen Romano himself that posters from the upcoming Shock Festival book will be appearing in The Hills Run Red.
It's time to head out to your local comic shop, FYE or Spencer's because NECA's two new Predators from AVP:R (review) should be arriving very soon.
A few weeks back production on Rob (Wrong Turn) Schmidt’s latest film, Bad Meat, was halted due to lack of funds. At the time the filmmakers were assured that the money would be in place shortly and told not to worry.
Last night we got an email from Edward Douglas, one of the creative forces behind Midnight Syndicate and director of the upcoming film The Dead Matter, with an update on his directorial debut.
When it was initially announced that Herbert West would be finding his way into the Hack/Slash come the series' 15th issue, I thought it brilliant. Recently Newsarama sat down with Brian Yuzna, director of the last two films and the man who effectively owns the rights to the West character, and Hack/Slash creator Tim Seeley to discuss why this crossover just make so much sense.
I have to give it to the makers of Cirque du Freak; they sure managed to get an amazing cast to work with. Since the movie, an adaptation of the books by Darren Shan, was announced, names like John C. Reilly and Salma Hayek have jumped on board.
I still have yet to discover the phenomenon of Cormac McCarthy's The Road first-hand, though I do have every intention of reading it before the movie is out later this year. If you're curious, you can get The Road through Evilshop here.
UPDATE: We've been told that tickets for the Blade Runner screening will go on sale today at 12PM PST! Tickets are available for the general public. Click here or on the banner below to find out more!