Just last month we brought you news about a new experiment taking place in the world of film festivals ("Insomnifest Wants You" – November 2007). It looks like the first online-only film festival, Insomnifest, has already gotten its first entry.
Regardless of what you think about Zombie's House of 1000 Corpses it did did bring to us a few new icons for the horror genre. Now NECA is making it easier for us to take them home.
Despite some crazy shit we’ve heard about the problems on the set, Hellboy II: The Golden Army looks pretty goddamn good. How do I know? The trailer is online, of course! Monsters and fairies and demons await; check it out below and see it in theaters this July 11th!
Somewhere tucked away in the sprawling Los Angeles metropolis there lurks Hastings Market; a supermarket that never really was. Shelves are stocked but the lines are always empty. A casual inspection of the butchery reveals that the majority of the meaty product has the distinct feel of rigid plastic.
Been waiting for the first look at Carter Smith’s adaptation of Scott Smith’s novel The Ruins? You know, the killer plant movie? Well the wait is over! Atom Films got their hands on the first teaser trailer for The Ruins and have shared it for all the world to see. Check it out below!
MGM just sent out a new batch of stills from the February 8th release of The Poughkeepsie Tapes, which you can check out below. Along with our recent Poughkeepsie Tapes exclusive, these stills paint a picture of what promises to be a pretty grim film.
One of the best movies I’ve seen in a long time is finally making its way to your eyeballs next year; The Signal (review), directed by David Bruckner, Dan Bush and Jacob Gentry, and this morning IGN got the first look at the
Jeffrey Lynch is out and Sam Raimi is now taking his place in the director’s chair for Drag Me to Hell, the first horror movie the diminutive helmer will direct for his horror production house, Ghost House Pictures.
Lionsgate has finally opened their eyes ... well, one of them at least. The official site for the upcoming remake of The Eye, helmed by David Moreau and Xavier Palud (the duo behind Ils) has officially opened today.
We’ve all seen making of documentaries on our favorite DVDs, some you could say good enough to be their own features; Full Tilt Boogie comes to mind as one example. However, this is the first I’ve heard of a making-of actually being a feature, and it sounds like it’ll be a good one.
I’m sure you’ve seen I Am Legend by now; hell, judging by the box office I’d bet some of you have seen it twice. So have we and we’re going to goddamn well talk about it in the latest edition of Dinner for Fiends!
You may have heard about the overseas success of The Orphanage (review) in its native Spain, where it’s been nominated in 14 categories for the country’s equivalent to the Academy Awards, the Goya Awards. But just because the film is doing well doesn’t mean its director, Juan Antonio Bayona, wants to revisit it anytime soon.
It’s a little thing, really, but could become something more as these things always do. This morning Rob Zombie posted a question to his MySpace friends; ”How many of you would like to see a full length movie of Werewolf Women of the SS?”
Now this is a cool idea; document a young priest as he follows in the footsteps of Father Merrin before him and learns the ancient rites of exorcism, as laid down by the Cahtolic law. All right, fine, I doubt a fictional priest played by Max von Sydow was actually any inspiration for the priest at the heart of The Rite: The Making of a Modern Day Exorcist, but that doesn’t make the idea any less cool.
They should just call this one The Kryten Syxx Story as the plot is so familiar to our reporter, I’m sure he’s going to pursue some kind of rights issues.