The 13th annual Screamfest Horror Film Festival has ended its ten-day run in Los Angeles, and the winners of the famed “Skully” Awards were announced at the closing night party held October 17th at the swanky Eclectic Wine Bar in North Hollywood.
While at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, we had a chance to sit down with the folks behind 30 Days of Night: Dark Days - producer J.R. Young, director Ben Katai, and stars Rhys Coiro, Kiele Sanchez, and Diora Baird - and by doing so, we dug up some interesting things about the sequel for you to sink your teeth into. Dig it!
The red band trailer for 30 Days of Night: Dark Days has made its debut here in San Diego and we have a look at the goods for you!
Some early artwork for 30 Days of Night: Dark Days has made its debut here in San Diego and we have a look at the goods for you!
Though it's arriving on DVD and a Blu-ray + DVD combo pack on October 5th, Ben Ketai's 30 Days of Night: Dark Days will be hitting Comic-Con pretty damned hard! Get ready to dig on all the details and a brand new exclusive image to celebrate!
And the October home video releases keep coming. Next up: Sony’s 30 Days of Night: Dark Days directed by Ben Ketai, which is hitting DVD and a Blu-ray + DVD combo pack on October 5th.
This scribe recently caught up with Sony’s 30 Days of Night: Dark Days co-scripter (with Steve Niles) and director Ben Ketai, who filled us in on the status of his sequel to director David Slade’s 2007 vampire chiller 30 Days of Night.
Dread Central hit the set of Sony’s 30 Days of Night: Dark Days earlier this month - the film wraps principal photography today in Vancouver, Canada, under the watchful eye of co-scripter (with Steve Niles) and director Ben Ketai - and while there sat down with producer JR Young (among others) to discuss the flick (cast interviews to come).
This scribe (pictured right) just got in from a whirlwind visit from the set of 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, which is currently shooting Day 13 of 25 in Vancouver, Canada, and while I can’t spill much yet (although blood was spilled there gratuitously), I can give you an update on casting.
Moments after the report came in that actors Mia Kirshner, Diora Baird, Rhys Coiro, Harold Perrineau, and Monique Ganderton had joined the cast of 30 Days of Night: Dark Days (the follow-up to 2007's vamp thrill-ride 30 Days of Night), the series’ writer and producer Steve Niles called this scribe to confirm the news (we held off on running this until Sony signed off) and also to provide us details on the flick’s plot, shooting schedule, and more.
We haven't been especially excited about the 30 Days of Night DTV sequel, 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, but now that some casting news is trickling out, we admit to being at least a bit more curious. Read on for more details.
Some news about the proposed sequel to 30 Days of Night surfaced today regarding the person who will be helming the film and whether or not star Melissa George will be back. Curious? You know you are.