The lovely, talented and incredibly sexy Tiffany Shepis, who is still harboring a crush on me despite the many times I’ve told her we can only be friends, dropped a bit of news in our laps during Comic Con but made us promise we wouldn’t mention it till today.
I always said they’d need a very hot group of women if they were going to remake Kevin Tenney’s Night of the Demons, and it looks like director Adam Gierasch agrees with me!
The tag line “It’s Not Just for the Dead Anymore”, indicates that Adam Gierasch’s Autopsy, his feature-length directing debut, may not be quite as serious as I had first feared.
Excited about the long awaited third entry in Argento's Three Mothers trilogy, Mother of Tears (review here)? We are too, and to get things cooking we have three clips for your viewing pleasure!
All right, this might possibly be the last news bit we’re able to pull out of the Fangoria Weekend of Horrors which, you have to admit, has been pretty fruitful in the news department this weekend. I don’t think I’ve updated on a Sunday this many times in all the years I’ve been doing this!
Dario Argento's Mother of Tears (review) will be getting a limited theatrical release starting June 6th, 2008, but don't expect it to show up in every state!
How strange that the day I start really looking into info on Kevin (Night of the Demons) Tenney’s latest film, Braindead (more on that later) STYD gets an update on the Night of the Demons remake? Very strange, indeed.
I know you’ve been waiting for it; we have, too. Now the wait is over! Fangoria just posted their exclusive first look at the U.S. trailer for Dario Argento’s Mother of Tears, the last in his “Three Mothers” trilogy!
After a terrible accident, a young woman is told her boyfriend is being take to a hospital she’s never heard of before. She heads out to it anyway and discovers ... HORROR! Ahem.
Now this is just a damn fine teaser trailer, right here. Yahoo! Movies Italy got the first look at the Mother of Tears poster and trailer, both of which kick copious forms of ass.
Some slightly disturbing news reared its head over at the official site for Profondo Rosso, the Rome-based horror store who deals with a lot of Dario Argento's personal goods.
Remakes can be a really mixed and sour bag. For them to work they need to bring something new to the table, and they need to be helmed by people who not only know what they are doing but are also true fans of the genre. Enter Adam and Jace, or as you will soon know them, Night of the Demons