Did you miss Brett Sullivan's The Chair (review here) when it hit DVD a few months ago? Well you better get cracking because a sequel is now on the way, which you can read more about right here. We've now got a much cleaner look at some early art for it from this year's AFM!
The Blair Witch Project's Ed Sanchez has a new horror flick with some Far East flavor on the way called Seventh Moon starring Amy Smart, and its poster had its debut at this year's AFM. Guess what? We have a peek for ya! You expected anything less?
There's nothing like having Joe Dante back doing what he does best: making horror flicks that we absolutely fall in love with! At this year's AFM not one, but two, posters debuted for his soon to be in production 3D feature, The Hole!
Now that Alexandre Aja is done playing with mirrors, he's ready to get back to the business of skin shredding mayhem! Aja has reteamed with writing partner Grégory Levasseur to bring us Piranha 3D for The Weinstein Company.
More sequel news has come down via AFM, this time from STYD, confirming that a sequel to 30 Days of Night is in the works. I really hope no one is surprised by that. Word is that Steve Niles will be writing the screenplay with Ben Ketai.
Kasch just called in from AFM with some good news for those of you who dug Brett Sullivan’s Ginger Snaps 2 follow-up, The Chair (DVD review); Sullivan and writing parner Michael Capellupo are currently writing a sequel, which is being called The Chair 2: Ressurrection of Crowe.
And the AFM goodies continue! Next up: Two looks at what we can expect from … of the Dead, George A. Romero's newest installment in the Dead mythos. And it's a better look now thanks to Andrew's providing us with clearer images.
Butane just today reported the news that Hideo Nakata is helming a new project called Chatroom, and leave it to Andrew to send over our first look at not one, but two, posters for the film from AFM.
Andrew's going to be checking in regularly from the American Film Market (AFM), which runs November 5-12, and he just sent over our first look at the poster for Anthony DiBlasi’s upcoming Dread.
The American Film Market kicks into full gear today, and as usual we can expect all manner of early production art to show up for movies that may not be done or, in some cases, even started filming yet. Bill Malone’s Parasomnia is not one of those; it's been done for a while now and it's being shopped around AFM with the new art you see to your right.
God bless the American Film Market website! As next month's AFM continues to take shape, I keep coming across interesting listings for movies we have to look forward to in the year to come. Today's entry is Blackwater Farm, and on this farm the primary crop is torture porn.
You know what's great about a title like Mega Shark vs. Giant Squid? The title doubles as the plot. It's about a mega-sized shark battling a giant-sized squid. What more do you possibly need to know? It's Mega Shark vs. Giant Squid!
I can’t believe Variety referred to us as "geeks". We’re the ones who make the films successful, could they at least refer to us as "fans"? Sheesh.
The American Film Market in Santa Monica is like Christmas for the movie industry: You never know what great titles will pop out of the woodwork. This year over 800 films were screened for distributors, quite a few of them horror. Dread Central was on hand for the week-long extravaganza, braving the ice-cold stares of exhibitors and studios to catch the new hot genre titles. The following is a mini wrap-up of the event brought to you by insomnia and SoBe™ brand energy drink. Enjoy!