Quick little piece of breaking info from FrightFest. Adam Green and Joe Lynch have revealed that they're working on an anthology flick called Chillerama, which will hopefully be released next year. Chillerama concerns the final night in existence of the very last drive-in theater in America in which the owner decides that before everything closes for good, he wants to show four of the most -- to quote Joe Lynch -- "fucked up" movies in existence. Said movies come in the following forms:
The moment you've been waiting for all year is upon us! Our man Gareth Jones just wrote in from the Film4 FrightFest and supplied us and YOU with one of the first ever reviews of Adam Green's Hatchet II!
One of the more anticipated Blu-Ray releases of the year is Anchor Bay's high definition treatment of Hatchet, and to whet your whistle we have a commentary clip for you!
Horror fans, you are looking at history in the making. Back in the Seventies and even early Eighties, an unrated movie opening wide in theatres was like a badge of honor. Hell, an X-rated movie even won three Oscars. Since then people have become very conservative and just plain afraid to take any chances. With Hatchet II that stops ... NOW.
Attention, Hatchet Army! The moment you have been waiting for is finally here! Turn down your lights. Turn up your volume. Then dig on a glimpse of the mayhem to come in Adam Green's long awaited sequel, Hatchet II. What? You want more? Okay. We even have a release date and info on which theatre chain is willing to show it unrated.
As you know by now, after what seemed like forever, Adam Green's survival horror film Frozen is finally hitting Blu-ray and DVD. The cool part? We've got the official trailer to prove it! That's right, dearest reader! No need to pinch yourself. This is happening. Look for it on DVD and Blu-ray on September 28th. Synopsis
Usually when I start off a set visit report, the story begins for this writer as I walk onto the set. For Hatchet II, however, the story starts about three years earlier than that. See, in October 2007 I was just starting off my horror journalism career, and one of my very first in-person interviews while visiting LA was an up-and-coming horror director, Adam Green.
In just a few short weeks, Adam Green's Hatchet will finally be hitting Blu-ray high definition! To celebrate being able to see all the gore in as fine a detail as possible, we have an exclusive clip from the film's all new commentary track for you!
Filmmaker Frank H. Woodward's new 21st century themed horror documentary, The Splat Pack, will soon be available for your mass consumption, and to celebrate the release of this slice of meaty goodness, we have an exclusive clip for you. Why? Because you are badasses and we love you.
The wait for Adam Green's Hatchet II is an agonizingly long one. Especially after all of the gore-laden goodness Green unleashed at the Hatchet II Comic-Con panel, where he showed eight of the flick's seventeen(!) kills. To say we're excited is a bit of an understatement, but to help us get through, we've gotten our hands on a grave new still!
So earlier this evening we broke the news first that Adam Green's Hatchet II landed itself an unrated release with a major theater chain, and there's no doubt that this is huge news for both Dark Sky and the Hatchet Army. But for the lucky fans in attendance at the standing room only Hatchet II panel at the San Diego Comic-Con, more goods were on the way!
Hot off the presses of the San Diego Comic-Con comes some MAJOR news concerning one of the genre's most anticipated movies, Dark Sky Films' Hatchet II.
The Hatchet II panel at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, entitled Old School American Horror, has just expanded by two. Parry Shen and AJ Bowen will be joining the previously announced Adam Green, Danielle Harris, Tony Todd, Kane Hodder, Tom Holland, and R.A. Mihailoff.
We've been waiting to see what goodies Anchor Bay Entertainment would be bringing to this year's San Diego Comic-Con, and today we got the lowdown. Just head to Booth #3345 for all the action, and read on for an idea of what to expect.