Yet another clip has debuted online for the 3D remake of the Tom Holland classic, Fright Night, and as always we have it for you here. Like it or not. Look for Fright Night in theatres on August 19th, 2011. Synopsis
Seriously ... can any more new stuff possibly come out of this weekend? You betcha! Next on tap, a new clip from Fright Night 3D which brings up Buz's favorite subject! Read on to dig it! Look for Fright Night in theatres on August 19th, 2011. Synopsis
Kinda hard to get away from this pesky little Fright Night remake these days, isn't it? For the curious parties among you, sink your teeth into this U.K. trailer, which features some never-before-seen footage. Dig it! Or don't!
Nothing says "See This Movie" quite like text on a black background. If you're headed to the San Diego Comic-Con looking for some Total Recall-themed eye candy, that's all you're gonna get!
A new TV spot entitled "Evil" recently landed online for the 3D Fright Night remake from DreamWorks, and while we were checking out the film's YouTube page, we noticed an extended clip in which Jerry and Charley have a "neighborly" chat that somehow slipped under our radar. So of course we have both of them here now for your viewing pleasure.
First Official Look at Kate Beckinsale in New Underworld Flick, Colin Farrell in Total Recall, and a New Raven Image
The Film Stage website got an early look at this week's Entertainment Weekly (we still barely ever get ours on the regular; I blame the postman) and was kind enough to fire up the old scanner and get out new images from The Raven, Total Recall, and Underworld 4 or Underworld 4: New Dawn or Underworld: Awakenings or whatever the hell they're calling it this week.
Okay, kids! Time for some more eye candy from the 3D remake of the Tom Holland classic Fright Night. This latest batch of goodies shows our heroes and villains in action! Dig it! Fright Night 3D has been rated R for "bloody horror violence and language including some sexual references." Look for Fright Night in theatres on August 19th, 2011.
Here's one for you guys out there looking to get a glimpse of the Mars-less Total Recall remake ... the first behind-the-scenes images of both Jessica Biel and star Colin Farrell have made their way online, and we have every just-standing-around pixel of 'em for ya!
More stills from for the upcoming 3D remake of the Tom Holland film Fright Night have made their way online, this time featuring the vampire killer himself ... Peter Vincent. Dig it!
Our friends across the pond scored themselves four new character one-sheets for the upcoming remake of the Tom Holland film Fright Night. Eye candy or eyesore? Let us know below.
Okay, now there are two reasons to dig on the upcoming Fright Night remake ... one, it's been rated R; and two, well, how about you watch the new trailer for a quick jab at everyone's favorite sparkling vampire opus?
Even though the release of Craig Gillespie's remake of Fright Night is still pretty far down the road, that hasn't stifled the potential sequel talk as the first rumblings have begun.
Didn't tune in to MTV at 11:00 PM (ET) to catch their "Sneak Peek Week" preview of the 3D remake of the Tom Holland classic vampire flick Fright Night? Don't worry! We've got you more than covered. You can dig on the goods right here!
And one more actor has joined the ranks of Len Wiseman's Total Recall redux: John Cho, better known as Harold of Harold & Kumar and as Demetri in the short-lived "FlashForward". He's signed to play McClane, a smooth-talking rep for the mind-messing company that tempts Colin Farrell’s Douglas Quaid to implant fantastic memories into his brain.
Well, we may not be getting a trip to Mars, and it's still unclear as to whether or not the famed three-boobed chick will appear; however, we do know that at least one mutant will be making his way into the Total Recall redux.