C. Thomas Howell
Back in December we told you about Camel Spiders marching its way to Blu-ray and DVD in 2012, and now the official word is here along with some skin-crawling artwork! Dig it, and don't blame us if you get all itchy!
It’s been a while since we last reported on the slasher flick Sorority Party Massacre, but fear not! We hit the Simi Valley, California, set in early December, 2011, to not only witness a mock hanging and a bevy of scantily-actresses sunbathing but also chat with co-director Chris Freeman and one of the film’s stars, scream queen Eve Mauro. Read on for the details and extensive ocular candy!
More pissed off infected folks are running your way to take a bite out of your home theatre setup with the release of Anchor Bay's latest flick, The Terror Experiment. Read on for all the details and artwork!
Arachnophobes, beware! The latest creature feature confection from producer Roger Corman and director Jim Wynorski will be skittering its eight legs to DVD shelves this March. Save us, Brian Krause! Save us, C. Thomas Howell! Save us from these big mutant Camel Spiders!
More news of new flicks coming out just in time for this year's AFM. While we're void of any eye candy, we do have word that a new flick called The Devil's Dozen is on its way, and it's sporting a pretty expansive genre cast.
As a young man, he assisted a cross-dressing alien in evading the feds in Spielberg’s 1982 smash-hit E.T. The Extraterrestrial and was told to “Stay gold, Ponyboy,” in Coppola’s 1983 drama The Outsiders. He made famous the battle-cry ‘Wolverines!’ in John Milius’ 1984 Cold War flick Red Dawn and as ‘Jim Halsey’ nearly ate a french-fried finger in director Robert Harmon’s 1986 horror classic The Hitcher. Years later, and with nearly 150 titles to his credit, C. Thomas Howell sat down with us to discuss with candor his varied career as well as his role in Steven R. Monroe’s upcoming feature MoniKa. Read on!
On DVD today is the Heaven vs. Hell thriller House of Fallen courtesy of Phase 4 Films, and we have an exclusive clip to help you see the light. Or dark. Or nothing at all.
A new sliver of eye candy has come our way from Chris W. Freeman and Justin Jones' new slasher flick, Sorority Party Massacre, this one featuring star Yvette Yates stroking some wood. Aw yeah, mama.
And the home invasion sub-genre keeps ticking away with the latest entry being the generically titled Home Invasion. Really, guys? Nothing else a little snappier?
Sorority Party Massacre co-director (with Justin Jones) and writer-producer Chris Freeman caught up with Dread to give us the skinny on the flick (see our previous coverage here) as well as to provide another bit of exclusive and sexy key art and a production still of cast member Kevin Sorbo.
While chatting last night with friend and actress Eve Mauro (she of The Steam Experiment and Wicked Lake fame), this writer was tipped off to her upcoming feature Sorority Party Massacre, scheduled to shoot in and around Los Angeles and its surrounding environs this December and coming January.
It was about ten days ago that I reported on a new rage zombie flick with the uber generic title Infected I had stumbled upon a listing for on the American Film Market.
There was a time in the 1980's when C. Thomas Howell and Judd Nelson were amongst the hottest group of young actors of their time, collectively known as "The Brat Pack". Now they're reuniting for a low budget rage virus flick unoriginally titled Infected. Take a look at your future, cast of Twilight.
Many moons ago (November, 2007, to be exact), we first told you about an upcoming "satirical werewolf film" called Howl that was gearing up for production.
Remember that 1975 dinosaur classic The Land That Time Forgot? No? That's a shame because it was a surprisingly good little movie. Even more surprising -- production starts next week on the remake with actor C. Thomas Howell in the director's chair! How in the world did we miss this one?