With I Am Legend looming closer and closer on the horror horizon there's been a bit of speculation as to what the film's creatures will look like. Speculate no more.
Tis the season to stab random people in the face and be rewarded for it. Of course this only happens in the virtual world, sadly. Anyway, if you visit Halloween's official site there's Flash game called "Michael Myers Rampage" up for you to play. The title is pretty self explanatory; you play as Michael Myers and have the freedom to murder the poor bastards that live in Haddonfield.
The only thing that really made me want to see the last Terminator movie wasn't the action or robotic mayhem. When that first trailer for T3 came on the screen and I heard Dead Can Dance playing while the camera swept over the post-apocalyptic land, I just said, "fuck yeah!" Then I saw the film, DCD was nowhere to be found and the rest of the film was just as disappointing. Perhaps next time we'll actually get to see the real resistance war.
If you head over to Warner Independent Films site and happen to be 18 or older, you'll get to see a 'restricted' version of the Funny Games trailer. Keep in mind that this new video will spoil a few things, maybe who lives and who dies. Tread carefully.
Warner Bros. just sent us four images for their January horror flick One Missed Call. Just yesterday the film's site went live(“One Missed Website” – December 2007), so this may mean the hype machine will be ramping up over following weeks.
It's hard to believe that eight years have passed since the first Soul Reaver game was released for PSOne. As a horror fan it blew me away by this follow up to the Legacy of Kain. We got to swallow souls as the outcast Raziel, explore a vast land with no load times, and slice up hellish beasts with the symbiotic sword known as the Soul Reaver. That and constantly impaling guys was fun too.
Though I admit I still have no idea what’s going on with the new film from Anthony Hickox, Knife Edge, that hasn’t stopped me from tracking down as much info as I can about it!
I’m so glad that Phil & Sarah over at Revelations, the official Clive Barker Resource, are finally getting the kind of perks they deserve. Well, other than their regular chats with Mr. Barker himself, of course...
Got a heads up this morning from The Alphabet Killer/The Attic producer Russ Terlecki (interview) about a new project he’s behind called Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Undead, a horror/comedy with Jeremy Sisto and Cabin Fever star Joey Kern set to star.
So far the reviews of Tim Burton’s Sweeney Todd have been overwhelmingly positive and I admit I’m slightly surprised by that. Sure, Burton’s great and working with Johnny Depp’s always been good for him, but something about this adaptation never felt right to me. Once again, shows what I know!
We’ve been following the status on Hammer Films’ return to horror, Beyond the Rave, for a while now. Today we’re happy to point you to the somewhat barren (for now) official Beyond the Rave site, as well as the first teaser trailer, which you can check out below! Expect to hear a lot more about this one in the coming weeks, but for now you can click here to make friends with the film on MySpace!
Oh, man, who wants a remake of The Gate? How could they possibly top the original for pure 80’s fun? Nevertheless it seems like it’s happening, or so say sources at JoBlo this morning.
Wow, of all the sequels I expected to be announced in the coming months, I would have honestly never said Screamers 2 would be one of ‘em. Shows what I know!
Those of you who follow comics closer that I’m able to may be familiar with the work of Studio 407; they’re one of the new kids on the comic publishing block but despite (or maybe because of)this they’ve just signed a first-look deal with Myriad Pictures to create live-action features based on their property, or so says The Hollywoo
CBS Films has nabbed the rights to their first potential movie according to The Hollywood Reporter; the YA supernatural novel Beastly.