Correct me if I'm wrong but aren't we mere days away from the start of 2009? Isn't it a little late in the game to be producing blatant knock-offs of the Alien movies?
I’ve been waiting for something to see from the upcoming animated film Monsters Vs. Aliens since the first word came down on the film, but information has been slow in the coming, to say the least. Finally a trailer has arrived, and thankfully it was worth the wait!
On the one hand, Howard the Duck is not really horror related. On the other hand, the movie does have the cigar-chomping duck man waging war with a body-snatching alien called the Dark Overlord that eventually manifests itself in the form of a humongous insectoid bent on world domination. Ah, who cares one way or another? Howard the Duck is finally coming to DVD.
Now this baby sounds like it’s going to be confusing; one of those time travel movies that takes a lot of pre-thought before pen can even be put to paper. Variety got word that Warner Bros. has picked up an alien apocalypse script from Chad St. John called The Days Before, and it sounds too cool to ignore.
It’s a very small bit, and unfortunately the video is not embeddable, but if you head on over to Sci Fi Wire right now you can see a very cool behind-the-scenes featurettes for Monsters Vs. Aliens, the upcoming animated monster movie from Dreamworks.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Tanya Dempsey, Ivy Gullickson, Matt Lewis, Jay Moore, Michael Ucello Written & Directed by Jason Kartalian You don't usually see a slasher movie that opens with malevolent aliens from outer space abducting a redneck and transforming him into a mutated killing machine designed to exterminate the human race, but that's exactly what we get in the opening minutes of Driller.
The man who made the jump from Darkness Falls to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning, Jonathan Liebesman, is now prepping to make yet another leap up the Hollywood ladder with the sci-fi/action pic called Battle: Los Angeles according to THR this morning.
Brad Sykes, writer/director of the upcoming sci-fi/horror mash-up Plaguers, dropped us a line this morning with a heads-up as to when and where potential fans will be able to check out his ambitious new film as well as an exclusive look behind the scenes!
When I heard that Universal Orlando wasn't sticking with last year's theme of Jason, Freddy and Leatherface, the first thing that ran through my mind was “Uh oh…” Bringing the New Line horror icons to Halloween Horror Nights was a big plus for fans as we'd always wanted to run through Camp Crystal Lake or Freddy's house, so we were
For years we’ve been hearing about sequels and/or remakes of John Carpenter’s horror/sci-fi classic The Thing being in various stages of conceptualization. But the one thing that always made sense to horror fans was a film that depicted just what happened to the Norwegian research team who were attacked first.
Director Brad Sykes dropped us a line this week with the good news that his latest film, the Steve Railsback-starrer Plaguers, was a rousing success during its premiere at Spain’s recent Estepona Fantasy & Horror Film Festival, taking home a Silver Unicorn Award for Best Screenplay.
You may recall a few months back we gave you guys the first word on Plaguers, a new sci-fi/horror hybrid from Death Factory director Brad Sykes. If you don’t, well then hit the “Plaguers” link above and get reading! We’ll wait…