Has it really been well over half a decade since Warner Bros. began adapting Akira into a live action film? It has, proving that Hollywood often moves as slowly as Congress! But there's some light at the end of that long tunnel...
Finally, after years of waiting, the first trailer (albeit international with no English subtitles) has arrived for Toho's feature film adaptation of the Nineties manga Parasyte. Check it out and look for a translated one soon... although we've gotta say it kinda speaks for itself!
Things are really cooking in the Fatal Frame universe. First up a Japanese film adaptation has been announced to coincide with the release of the recently announced Nintendo Wii U video game, Fatal Frame: The Black-Haired Shrine Maiden, and now rumblings of a U.S. adaptation have begun!
Another poster has arrived for Alexandre Aja's Horns (review), which is getting an October 31st release in both the US and the UK, and we really dig it! Check it out courtesy of Coming Soon.
After letting it float around theatres for a few weeks, the house that the classic monsters built, Universal, has finally made the trailer for Ouija available online. Look for the film in theatres on October 24th.
Were you one of the few people in the world who LOVED Vampire Academy so much that you want a sequel? Yes? Good! Then this story is for you! A rather interesting announcement just found its way online.
Lasse Hallstrom's The Hypnotist is getting set to make its DVD premiere in the UK on September 15, 2014, via Studiocanal, and right now we have the box art along with a six-pack of new images. Dig it.
Hot on the heels of this morning's poster reveal for Alexandre Aja's Horns (review), which is getting an October 31st release in the UK, comes the teaser trailer. Dig it!
Dread Central's own Serena Whitney co-scripted the feature film adaptation of Michael Prescott's novel Kane, entitled Mark of Kane, and on tap for you today is the first piece of poster art for the upcoming flick. Dig it, and expect more real soon!
We told you back in April that Alexandre Aja's Horns (review) is getting an October 31st release in the UK, and now we have the first one-sheet to go along with the good news. Check it out courtesy of Empire.
We've been talking about Guillermo del Toro creating a film based upon Disney's Haunted Mansion attraction for four years now, and we still are trying to forget that awful half-assed Eddie Murphy flick. Unfortunately things aren't exactly heating up in terms of progress.
Know what's crazy? We can see Romero-level zombie violence on TV nowadays; yet, filmmakers like the great Guillermo del Toro still have to jump through hoops if they want to make a movie that's rated R.
Some interesting news has hit the wire pertaining to NBC's upcoming "Constantine." THR is reporting that female lead Lucy Griffiths ("True Blood") who played Liv, Constantine's partner in crime, will be written out and replaced by another character from the source material.
Some quick news is coming in via Deadline... Universal Cable Productions, Vertigo Entertainment, and producer Roy Lee (The Ring, The Departed, "Bates Motel") are moving in on "The House on Ashley Avenue," the 2012 horror short story from Canadian author Ian Rogers.
Back in November of 2012, it looked like an adaptation of Neil Gaiman's American Gods was heading to HBO, but things have changed a bit with the potential series now in the works at Starz with "Hannibal" creator Bryan Fuller co-writing the pilot.