The official Platinum Dunes website got an update today with the very first picture from the set of Friday the 13th. Before getting too excited, only producers Brad Fuller and Andrew Form appear in the pic. There's no Jason for you ... yet.
FX man Jeremy Selenfriend informed Fangoria about a very touchy project that he's set to work on, if the project gets financing. Why would money be such a problem? Well, how many people want to lay down bucks on a film called Prince of Pieces that stars Jesus Christ as he kills people in various biblical ways?
Rico Maria Ilarde (Women of Mud & Z-Man) is breaking all kinds of conventions by creating a mechanical love affair involving "a disturbed Goth schoolgirl who stumbles unwittingly across the remnants of a long abandoned military project designed to create an army of android killers from the processed bodies of dead soldiers.
Capitol Films is going through some serious financial problems right now. A hedge fund has been shut off, leaving the company no other choice but to stop production on some of its independent projects.
Platinum Dunes, in their neverending quest to remake anything they can toss some sweat and dirt on, have been eyeing up who would be the best pick to script the Nightmare on Elm Street remake. Was their choice going to go over well with genre fans? Maybe...
Now here's a remake I can get behind. Know why? Because of the folks bringing this retelling of the 1973 drive-in shocker to life: Alan Rowe Kelly (I'll Bury You Tomorrow) and Anthony G. Sumner (W.O.R.M.).
Genius Products has two new horror DVDs hitting this summer, and we've got all the info you want on them right here.
George A. Romero is still going strong and that means there's some Dead related carnage to be had! With the upcoming DVD releases of Diary of the Dead and the Night of the Living Dead 40th Anniversary Edition just around the corner we figured we'd celebrate by giving them away for free! So ...
As our own Johnny Butane wings his way to British Columbia to do a set visit for the upcoming Jennifer's Body, a huge batch of photos of the film's star, Megan Fox, showed up online over at Egotastic.com.
Seth Landau's horror pic Bryan Loves You, based on the true events regarding a cult taking over an Arizona town in '93, has seen its fair share of bad craziness during production:
Our friends over at AITH just scored the special flyer created for the Cannes appearance of Eric Red’s ghost tale 100 Feet. Click on the teaser to your right to see the whole thing!
Over the weekend I got a call from our man Andrew Kasch, video editor extraordinaire, who gave us a heads up on a new project he’s working on for Michael Felsher's Red Shirt Pictures, those badasses who’ve done supplemental material for DVDs like The Monster Squad and Hellraiser.
So as you all probably know by now, George Romero’s latest fan-dividing zombie film, Diary of the Dead, is finally coming to DVD on May 20th (get it here). To celebrate and help spread the word, our own Uncle Creepy sat down with Mr. Romero for a cool, very relaxed interview that you should give a listen to right here.
After seeing Rodrigo Gudino’s first two shorts, “Demonology of Desire” and “The Eyes of Edward James”, and hearing about his next experimental pic “The Facts in the Case of Mister Hollow”, I’ve been waiting for him to finally announce his feature directing debut for years now...
Some really good and some really, really bad horror DVDs are coming your way this Tuesday, May 13th. Be sure you read about 'em all so you know which is which! Botched (2008) Directed by Kit Ryan