Why are they making more Boogeyman films? Remember when it was cool and exciting that Sam Raimi was forming his own production house? Now Ghost House has become just as generic and buck-hungry as everyone else, as is evidence by yet another sequel to the tepid Boogeyman being in the works.
Very little has been said about The Poughkeepsie Tapes because it’s been flying way below the radar despite the fact that MGM picked it up for release. Or maybe it’s because of that fact?
Like it wasn’t strange enough that there are two organ repossession movies being worked on right now, the second one is getting a much classier cast than I expected.
The Mist (review) is one of those films that, we hope, is going to be discussed and dissected for years to come. It’s a fantastic adaptation of a Stephen King story with just the right amount of liberties, but that ending ... Wowzers.
Now that The Mist is out and igniting fans all over the ‘Net with discussion of its ending, we get to set our sights on the next highly anticipated horror fiction come to life: Midnight Meat Train.
A whole lot of names have been dropped in relation to the latest remake of The Lodger, this time being produced for Sony’s new horror-themed line Stage 6 Films. Director David Ondaatje spoke with ION Cinema recently and let them know that the film has been cast from top to bottom.
J.J. Abrams just can’t seem to stop making freaky TV shows, can he? The creator of “Lost” has another new project in the works called “Fringe”, and Sci Fi Wire reports today that “Journeyman” director Alex Graves has been tapped to direct the show’s pilot.
Even more casting news came down the wire today via The Hollywood Reporter for the upcoming Deon Taylor horror flick Chain Lettter, which both confirms and expands upon the exclusive bit of news we had yesterday (“More Plot, Casting for Chain Letter!” – November 2007)
I'll keep this short. Horror writers are gathering tomorrow to help rid Hollywood of at least some of the evil that plagues it. Videos and pictures should be available soon after the event, but for now we only have these ghoulish details of the exorcism.
Checking in just a few weeks after the last bit of news from The Eye remake ("Final Eye Poster” – November 2007) starring Jessica Alba, we've found something a little more enjoyable ... at least for those who can see.
The people over at Home Media Magazine recently sat down to chat with cult hero Bruce Campbell about his current and future plans. While there are not real big revelations to be had, we do get a few bits of much needed information regarding DVDs and releases. Check out part of the interview below.
One of Beyond Hollywood's readers sent in the new poster for Dominic Sena's adaption of the comic book Whiteout. The pic stars Kate Beckinsale as a U.S.
UPDATE: Here is a bit of a problem: STYD says the source who sent them the plot below is reliable, but Bloody Disgusting has a trusted source as well who states the synopsis is old and bogus. Who do we believe?! BD's informant says, "BS... there are no giant bats and no legion of zombies. Simon is not the lead in the film, it's Trevor!" Guess we play the waiting game now.
Can you say ABOUT TIME? After a very long hiatus, THE BUZ is FINALLY back. If you don't remember THE BUZ, you should be head shotted. But because it has been nearly a year since the last one, I'll forgive you if you don't remember. In any case I apologize for the long wait to my adoring five fans. The film that is in this month's crosshairs is my personal favorite: ALIEN. Hope everyone LOL's and ROFFLES. Look for next month's THE BUZ: Teh L0st B0ys.
This past weekend saw the release of not only the year’s best horror film, but the finest creature feature since The Thing. Perhaps you’ve heard of it? A little movie called The Mist from this guy named Stephen King. Many of us have been waiting a few decades for it. Regardless, I’m willing to bet a lot of you haven’t even seen it. And it’s hard to fault you for that.