With Texas Chainsaw 3D and the just announced Army of Darkness 2, it seems like it's becoming a trend within the genre to make sequels to fan-favorite flicks that came out decades prior.
Listen up, Chi-town, we've got a big horror announcement for you. Brian Yuzna, producer of some of your favorite classic horror films, is going to be the special guest at Terror in the Aisles 13 this Friday, November 30.
It's been a little over a month since we last reported that Brian Yuzna’s Amphibious: Creature of the Deep was hitting DVD this fall. And while you'll still be able to catch the giant sea scorpion flick this October, you'll have to do it via the digital platform of your choice.
It's been over two years since we last reported anything about Brian Yuzna’s Amphibious so it goes without saying that this DVD release is a long time coming. The giant sea scorpion flick finally surfaces this October, albeit under the new title Amphibious: Creature of the Deep.
While co-hosting (with festival head Rachel Belofsky and Jonna Jackson) last week’s Screamfest LA mixer at Te’Kila and 504 on Hollywood Boulevard (in attendance were horror movers and shakers John Skipp, F.
The folks wheeling and dealing at the 2011 EFM couldn't care less that it's the weekend as evidenced by the news that director Stuart Gordon and his Re-Animator producer Brian Yuzna are in pre-production on The Men.
Ready for Brian Yuzna's latest 3D monster movie that features giant sea scorpions, Amphibious? Well, even if you're not, we have some more plankton for your to nosh on while you check out the flick's new online digs.
March 19-21, Orvieto Italy - You think America is the only horror-loving country on the planet? Think again, Sparky. North of Rome in the city of Orvieto, Italians are gearing up for what promises to be one hell of a time. The annual Fantasy Horror Award celebration is a pretty big deal, and they're pulling out guests and celebs galore to prove it.
Brian Yuzna's latest, entitled Amphibious, might sound like the making of a Syfy original movie - giant prehistoric sea scorpions go on a rampage - but this new Indonesian-lensed creature feature from the Bride of Re-Animator/Return of the Living Dead 3 director coming in May 2010 is getting in on the 3D craze. We're now getting our first look at the giant prehistoric sea scorpions on the attack and not a moment too soon; for my money we don't get nearly enough killer crustacean flicks, let alone in 3D.
Brian Yuzna has returned to the director's chair with a 3D monster flick that will hopefully get you all wrapped up! The news broke while we all gear up for AFM that Yuzna tackled a little film called Amphibious 3D, which centers on what happens when a marine research expedition to the exotic Sumatran Sea turns treacherous as it encounters a supernatural prehistoric creature resurfacing with a vengeance.
Last month we told you guys about yet another foreign production house that Brian Yuzna helped create called Komodo Films. The big announcement at the time was that Komodo would be producing a trio of 3D films out of the gate, but it seems they’ve had their hands in other movies as well.
Of all the strange things Brian Yuzna’s name has been attached to over the years, an Indonesian trio of 3D films is probably the strangest yet. Yet, Variety is reporting that the Re-Animator producer is working through Komodo Film, another foreign company Yuzna owns, to develop all three.
A press release rolled in today with some rather odd news regarding Hack/Slash's current storyline involving Herbert West, the Re-Animator. It seems a newly formed company called Re-Animator LLC has filed a Cease and Desist letter with the comic's distributor, Diamond Comic Distributors.
When it was initially announced that Herbert West would be finding his way into the Hack/Slash come the series' 15th issue, I thought it brilliant. Recently Newsarama sat down with Brian Yuzna, director of the last two films and the man who effectively owns the rights to the West character, and Hack/Slash creator Tim Seeley to discuss why this crossover just make so much sense.