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Warner Brothers Proving All You Need is Kill without Legendary

Interesting news is coming out of Hollyweird as Legendary is no longer collaborating with Warner Brothers on the upcoming adaptation of the Japanese novel by Hiroshi Sakurazaka, All You Need Is Kill.

Make a Date with All You Need is Kill

After much talking and casting news Warner Brothers has finally set a premiere date for their upcoming adaptation of the Japanese novel by Hiroshi Sakurazaka, All You Need Is Kill. Look for the flick in theatres on March 14, 2014.

Bill Paxton Eying All You Need is Kill

It's been a while, but some new casting news has come in for the adaptation of the Japanese novel by Hiroshi Sakurazaka, All You Need Is Kill. Read on for the latest details. No, really... read on, damn it! We don't write this stuff for nothing, ya know!

Mortuary Finally Finds a Home on DVD

Back in the Eighties some cool cover art was all we needed to get us to rent a VHS tape and run home excited. True, more often than not the artwork was not at all reflective of the content, but we still didn't regret it. In fact, I remember renting Mortuary dozens of times for the box art alone.

First Image from The Colony All Bundled Up

With Cannes coming up fast, Sierra Affinity has released the very first image from Jeff Renfroe’s latest flick The Colony. Read on for the goods, and look for more in the coming weeks.

Bill Paxton Joins The Colony

Just about every time that actor Bill Paxton has made his way through our genre has been a home run. Aliens, Frailty, Near Dark... the guy brings the goods with him. Let's hope this trend continues with his latest flick!

Canadian Near Dark Screening!

When Near Dark originally hit theaters, it really struggled to find an audience. Now, you lucky Canadian residents are going to have the opportunity to experience a 35mm screening this coming March - thanks to the excellent Metro Cinema in Edmonton, Canada!

Near Dark Blu-ray Features Announced

Breathe a sigh of relief, Near Dark fans! The upcoming Blu-ray release is not a bare bones affair. Now if only someone could perform a last minute change to that god-awful Diet-Twilight box art. Then we could be REALLY happy!