Way back last year was the last time we had any news on Jason Horton's zombie anthology, Edges of Darkness. We knew that the film had entered post production, but the trail went cold after that (“Edges of Darkness Tease Us” – June 2007). Then out of nowhere came an e-mail from the director himself with an exciting update.
In case you missed the big news yesterday, or whenever it was officially announced, Stephen King will releasing a new collection of his short stories this November called Just Past Sunset. The collection will feature about 13 of King’s previously unpublished scary tales, including “The Gingerbread Girl”, “Graduation Afternoon”, “The New York Times at Special Bargain Rates” and more.
In an article just posted over on Fangoria chatting with KNB effects man and all around cool guy Greg Nicotero, details on one of the thirteen Fear Itself episodes were casually dropped.
With the announcement a few days back of a new horror series being produced by Mick Garris called Fear Itself (“NBC Orders Fear Itself” – September 2007), many fans were immediately concerned that this would just be a watered-down Masters of Horror series.
A few weeks back, you may recall Masters of Horror creator Mick Garris made the semi-official announcement that Lionsgate were officially on board for a third season of the popular anthology show (“Lionsgate Behind Masters 3!” – August, 2007). Today it was announced that NBC has reworked Masters with Garris to create a new show, just without the freedom of pay cable.
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Jason Horton, director of the upcoming zombie/vampire film Edges of Darkness, dropped us a line today with a link to the film's MySpace page. Over there horror fans will be treated to a few new teaser scenes.
UPDATE: We've just added the EoD trailer to our Broadband section. Click here to check it out.
We need more zombie movies. More zombie movies with some vampires thrown in! Let's focus less on silly teen thrillers or madmen in masks and concentrate our efforts on some good, old fashioned undead mania. This kind of combo is rarely seen in the horror genre today, and luckily some folks are ready to take a chance with it.
Versatile (and incredibly busy) indie actor Lee Perkins (KatieBird: Certifiable Crazy Person) just dropped us a line with the good news that production on the anthology Edges of Darkness has wrapped! He was also kind enough to send us the shot of himself (in the role of a priest battling the Antichrist), which you can click on to see much bigger.
Sexy, bold, and multi-talented, Bai Ling remains one of the film industry's top actresses. With a career that spans the entire globe, she has appeared in several high-profile films such a