The Japanese trailer for Blood: The Last Vampire showed up today on the official Blood: The Last Vampire movie site, and as you may have expected, it's packing a heaping helping of Far East flavor.
Fox 2000 has attached director Sam Fell, known mostly for his animated films The Tale of Despereaux and Flushed Away, to its adaptation of Royce Buckingham's novel Demonkeeper for the big screen. Laeta Kalogridis, whose resume includes Night Watch as well as Martin Scorsese's upcoming Shutter Island and the James Cameron-helmed Battle Angel, is writing the script.
Here's an odd combination -- one guy who has worked mainly in art departments and another guy who's been working for Animal Planet are joining together to bring us a movie about dead soldiers beating off demons. Wow, that sounds dirty.
We got our hands on a new hi-res shot of actress Gianna Jun as Saya in the new live adaptation of Blood: The Last Vampire, which hits theatres in the UK on June 12th, 2009. Wanna peek?
Okay, so I wasn’t completely sold on a movie with the title Blood: The Last Vampire but then when I had a chance to check out the badass trailer over at 24FramesPerSecond, suddenly I was very much on board.
It’s pretty low quality, it’s very short, and it’s in Japanese; but we finally have our first look at the trailer for Blood: The Last Vampire! Check it out below and keep your eyes here for more updates on the film very soon!
The sick minds behind Wicked Lake (review) have just announced their next project: the demonic possession flick The Devil’s Hostage. I love me some demonic possession, and I’m sure their approach is going to be unique if nothing else. Some official plot, if you will:
I’ve never seen a single episode of “Supernatural”, so excuse my ignorance; I do know that it’s about two brothers traversing the country in a cool car, fighting all sorts of evil. TV Guide has now learned that it may soon be three brothers against evil, however.
The new horror-comedy written by screen-scribe Diablo Cody, and directed by Karyn Kusama, Jennifer's Body starring Megan Fox has finally been granted a release date from 20th Century Fox.
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It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Halloween III helmer Tommy Lee Wallace, other than his convention appearances over the last few years, but this morning THR got word that the director is making his way back to horror fans with a film called Helliversity.