Some quick possible casting news is coming in for Tom Holland's next Stephen King adaptation, The Ten O'Clock People, as a name is in talks that knows a hell of a lot about dealing with creepers. Read on for details.
Our friends over at Machinima have scored the official web debut for the latest big-screen take on the character of Judge Dread from director Pete Travis, known simply as Dredd, and we have a look at it for you right here.
Katie Cassidy tweeted a picture recently from the set of the new horror flick The Scribbler in character as Suki, and we have it right here next to an image of the original graphic novel character. Cassidy cut her hair and added piercings for the role. God love her!
Back in March we first learned about "Knifeman", a new television adaptation heading our way from David Cronenberg, and today comes word as to who will be starring in it. Read on for the details.
More casting news is coming in for the tale of a teenager taxed with the unenviable task of protecting our world against hideous demons, Mortal Instruments. Read on for the next person ready to step up and keep evil at bay!
A new still from the big screen adaptation of Stephenie Meyer's The Host is here, and it's pretty damned sappy. Not in the slimy way either. We're talking postcard to the in-laws sappy. We feel dirty. Look if you must.
After the glory of Attack the Block, there is no film director Joe Cornish can make that will not get our attention. Given the fact that the latest film opus he's about to tackle, Snow Crash, involves some good old fashioned brain frying material, well that's just a bonus!
This writer hit the set of director John Suits’ upcoming feature The Scribbler last week and brought back a teaser image as well as an interview with actress Ashlynn Yennie. Read on for word on her clothing-challenged character and more!
The road to get the big screen adaptation of the Max Brooks novel World War Z into theatres has been as bumpy as we have ever seen. Prop seizures. Reshoots. Rewrites. You name it, this production has suffered through it. Insiders close to the flick have already started dishing dirt.
Man, World War Z is having one hell of a time making it to the big screen. Everything you can imagine happening to hamper production has, from the recently announced seven weeks of reshoots to the film's firearms being seized by the government. Now another writer is batting clean up.
Let's face it; trying to cram all of the horrors of Stephen King's It into one film is a herculean task that was kind of doomed from the get-go. So much would be lost. Thankfully cooler heads have prevailed over at Warner Bros. Read on for details.
Despite its strong showing overseas, Battleship came and went from US theatres in the blink of an eye. But no film is ever really completely out of our thoughts until Trembles weighs in with his review. Check it out!
Yet another young adult book-to-film adaptation is on its way, but considering that the writer of the source material is Mark Frost, co-creator of "Twin Peaks", we're pretty optimistic about its prospects.
There's no greater joy we get around here than reporting that a much beloved director is getting back in the saddle and readying himself to return to feature films with a brand new terror tale. The fact that it's based on a Stephen King story to boot is the icing on the proverbial cake.
After hearing in March that the release date for World War Z was being moved from December of this year to June 21, 2013, we wondered if maybe things weren't going so well for the film, and now we have our answer: Star Brad Pitt has joined some of his fellow actors in Budapest for seven weeks of additional shooting.