It's hard to imagine anyone but the great Doug Bradley in the make-up as the iconic Pinhead, but like it or not, it is happening. Replacing Bradley is actor Stephan Smith Collins, and we've got your first look at him in character.
Just how bad were the last few Hellraiser sequels? I ask because the absolute last straw for me was the one in which Dean Winters fell victim to an inexplicably malicious Kirsty Cotton.
The Asylum originally planned the release of their audacious Mega Piranha as something of a mockbuster designed to coincide with the then planned theatrical release of Piranha 3D. When Piranha 3D got pushed back to this weekend, I joked that maybe this time The Asylum can claim that the theatrical movie is mockbustering them. According to the odd press release that showed up in my box today, they've taken my jest to heart.
So a few days ago Piranha disappeared quietly off of the San Diego mega event's schedule. Everyone has been pretty quiet as to why, but now it seems as if the reason is that there may have been too much boobs and blood in the water.
Now that the programming for all four days of the beast known as the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con is live on the show's official site, we've gone back and tweaked the daily schedules already posted here on DC. Most are minor additions or moves, but of considerable note are the disappearance of Piranha 3D from the Friday panels and the overall absence of Dimension Films.
It's no secret that the once mighty horror hand Dimension Films is now suffering from a bit of financial arthritis, but the studio is looking to heal said ailment with a few cheap and well placed bandages.
Now that Scream 4 is official right down to a release date of April 15th, 2011, you can expect the marketing machines to go into overdrive.
Five more clips hit online today to help you usher in the apocalypse in style. Are you ready to travel down The Road? Maybe these latest snippets can help you make up your mind.
A new trailer debuted today for the post-apocalyptic scare-fest The Road and we've got it for you, scorched Earth and all. Dig it!
Fortunately, its November 25th release date hasn't changed again; instead, we get a new, albeit rather generic, poster for John Hillcoat's adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's The Road.
While Halloween 3D is currently sitting on the backburner, production is imminent under the guise of Patrick Lussier. He’s got some other projects to tackle before cleansing Haddonfield of its unfortunately while trash palette, but that hasn’t stopped Lussier from lining up his ranks, beginning with a familiar face for the FX work.
As fast as things were cooking is as fast as they've slowed down. Well, shut down temporarily at least. Production on Halloween 3D has ceased, but not to worry ... it's for a few good reasons.
Looks like we'll be diggin' on The Road about a month later than we all expected as Dimension announced today that the film's release date has been bumped to November 25th instead of its original release date of October 16th.
It looks like a very unhappy Halloween for Bob and Harvey Weinstein and everyone over at Dimension. It seems the studio is bleeding out and not in the fun way that we're used to seeing up on the big screen.