Oh, man, two words always put fear into my heart, and not in a good way: Urban Horror. So very rarely does it work out in the favor of us horror fans; seriously when was the last time you saw a truly good movie labeled “urban horror”? I’m gonna go back to Bones (pictured), and even that’s stretching it a bit.
I’ve honestly never heard of Jun Planning, they may not even be from the U.S. for all I know, but they’re making some damn good-looking Gremlins figures and that’s reason enough to pay attention.
Gentle Giant Studios has been floating around out with the other toy companies for a while now, slowly building a reputation as one of the best when it comes to their design and photo-realistic quality sculpts. So how cool is it that they’re finally getting into horror?
Paul Andrew Williams' The Cottage looks like a lot of fun (check out the trailer below to see what I mean). For a while we weren't sure when, if ever, it would hit the States, but things are looking good.
Not a whole helluva lot to report, but the official site for M. Night Shyamalan's The Happening is now online. Nothing is there save a link to the trailer and the option to sign up for updates, but it’s a start. Check out the official Happening site right here! The first R-rated flick from the one-note director hits theaters on June 13th.
Here’s a movie that look like it might have some promise; Killer Movie from writer/director Jeff Fisher. I’ve seen various things about it randomly for a few weeks now, but today reader “Hunter” sent us a link to a red band trailer that convinced me it was worth pointing out.
NECA’s always been about the players, you know? No, not the playas, rather the players; video game players that is.
All right, so NECA’s stuff is pretty cool, but I can’t help but geek out a bit for Mezco’s Cinema of Fear series. Looks like they’ll be back in force in 2008, as Action Figure just posted the first pics from the upcoming lineup.
The U.S. Toy Fair is in high gear today, while everyone else is taking the day off to celebrate presidents, or whatever we’re supposed to do on President’s Day.
Don't worry, folks, some good stuff is on its way come Tuesday, February 19th, 2008...
Over the past few days we’ve received a couple of rumors of upcoming DVD box sets that I just want to throw against the wall and see what sticks, since it’s going to be a slow news day thanks to the “holiday”.
Carter Smith is getting ready to see if the fans of Scott Smith’s novel The Ruins (review) will be happy with his filmed adaptation of it, which I’m sure is making him sweat just a bit. Those fans tend to be quite rabid.
Those digital mavens over at DVD Active just got the first look at a quintet of upcoming Lionsgate horror titles, a few of which actually sound promising!
Frank Henelotter’s return to horror, Bad Biology, had it’s debut at the European Film Market last week and now, according to the film’s MySpace page, there are ”several interesting deals on the table,” I can't wait to see who gets their hands on this one!
I’m not sure where it came from, but the boys over at Twitch Film managed to snag the first picture from the new Richard (Donnie Darko, Southland Tales) film, The Box, as well as the official plot synopsis.