Not sure how we missed it, but apparently the trades had a story yesterday about a return to writing and directing for Eric Red on a film called 100 Feet. This will be the first time Red’s been behind a camera since 1996’s under-appreciated Bad Moon.
Come December 12th, when a good chunk of Season 2 will already be behind us, Anchor Bay will release the 13th and final DVD from the first season of Masters of Horror, and it just so happens to be one
You may think that three days into November is far too early to be talking about holiday shopping, but every good girlcreeture knows: If she gets her wishlist ready now, it only means more time for fr
Though few have seen John Stockwell’s debut into our genre, Turistas, those who have generally have some very positive things to say about it. If the film is worth a look (and we’ll find out when Fox
Doug Buck’s remake of Sisters is one of the more anticipated films being showcased at this year's AFM with all the early reports indicating that it’s a must-see. But before the remake there was the tr
One would hope, after all this time working on middle-of-the road, somewhat decent horror/action films, that director Tsui Hark would have something better to do than try to make another Eye film. One
Finally, a producer is stepping behind the camera to shoot a movie and see what it’s really like on the other side, especially the part about being yelled at by producers. Specifically I refer to Chris Moore, the taller producer who would show up from time to time to make John Gulager’s life hellish during “Project Greenlight.” Moore has signed a deal to direct Killers, described as a horror/action movie, with Element, Lift, and Benderspink producing. That’s a lot of producers to do the yelling!
Man, the Weinsteins are just everywhere these days, aren’t they? Variety is reporting that, in their second team-up with IFC, the brothers' company has nabbed the release rights to Jonathan King’s ind
So by now I’m sure you’re wondering, be it loudly on a message board or just inside your twisted little brain, why the package tickets for After Dark’s upcoming "8 Films to Die For" festival haven’t g
Paul W.S. Anderson. Castlevania. Almost makes ya shudder, doesn’t it?
Gotta give some love to one of this site’s favorite artists working today, not to mention one of the nicest guys you’d ever want to meet: "Ghoulish" Gary Pullin!
Now this is just flat-out disturbing. Bong Joon-ho just finished work on The Host after well over two years of hard work getting the look of the monster just right and balancing a horror story with a family drama, and now Universal’s going to come along and muck it all up. Like they always do.
This past summer I did a story about a new flick entitled Mexican Werewolf in Texas, a creature feature that's actually about the chupacabra despite the film's obtuse title. The low budget monster mas
What’s a videogame studio to do when they lose the "Buffy: The Vampire Slayer" license? Why go back to Stoker’s immortal text of course. Van Helsing is too tainted by the recent movie (apologies go to
The news on Clive Barker's Jericho has been pretty slow since July. Some of us feared that it may have headed in the same direction Demonic did after Grandma's Boy faded from the theatres. Don't you fear though, some more evidence has sprouted from the grave to give hope.