There must be a bug in Hollywood to see and instantly remake any Spanish horror films for us stupid Americans. Cause you know how we hate subtitles.
With the one-two punch of having a ridiculous title and a very uncomfortable premise, it’s no surprise Easter Bunny, Kill! Kill! (review) has taken so long to find a distributor.
If you would ask me what my most anticipated movie of the year now that Cloverfield (review) is in theaters is, I would easily say Midnight Meat Train. Well, that or High School Musical 3. It’s really a toss up.
Ain’t love a bitch? That’s pretty much the message I get from the trailer for Adam (Broken, The Devil’s Chair) Mason’s next headfuck horror outing, Blood River. But then, I’m kinda strange; your interpretation will likely vary.
So far the opinions on Shrooms, the new horror film coming our way from Ireland via Magnet Releasing, has been pretty mixed. I’ve heard everything from venomous, bitter hatred to high praise. When a film gets that kind of varied reaction, you know you have to check it out.
Sundance kicked into gear as of yesterday in Park City, UT, and all those LA people now have to deal with what we East Coasters face as a fact of life: snow. All I can say to that is HA!
Now in its 3rd season, "The Ghost Whisperer" series has done quite well for itself bringing out the dead on Friday nights on CBS.
The writers may still be on strike, but other projects that were put into motion before the movement can still be made. That's good news for us John Carpenter fans since we've been waiting several months to hear more about his horror flick L.A. Gothic (“Carpenter Goes Gothic?” – July 2007).
Cloverfield (review) has yet to even open nationwide, but the seeds may already be planted for a sequel. While nothing is solid and it may have only been a passing comment, director Matt Reeves did hint that in the digital world we live in today many movies could have been made the night N.Y.
I really can’t wait to see if the upcoming horror movie staring Finish monsters Lordi, Dark Floors, is worth all the attention we’ve been piling on it so far. I mean, it’s nowhere near a U.S. release date and we’re talking about it at least once a week. I guess I’m just a sucker for monsters.
Time to squash all those rumors about Sarah Michelle Gellar vacating the long-gestating adaptation of American McGee’s Alice. And who better to do the squashing than Gellar herself?
Though I’ve still not heard a lot of good about Dario Argento’s latest film, the much anticipated finale to his Mothers trilogy, The Mother of Tears, and I really hated the last few movies he’s done outside of Masters of Horror, I’m always willing to give that crazy Italian another chance.
Whether or not this will snugly fit within the confines of our genre is up in the air, but A Perfect Getaway, as described by the trades this morning, sure sounds like it’ll appeal to horror fans.
Our buddy Joey M. pointed us in the direction of a new Film Jerk article where All the Boys Love Mandy Lane and many other films' release dates were rumored.