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.
"Ease on down ... Ease on down ... the road ..... Huh? Must you interrupt our Seventies themed Wiz inspired fun? You'd better have a good reason! Five clips from The Road? Ok! You have our full attention!
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring Scout Taylor Compton, Tyler Mane, Malcolm McDowell, Danielle Harris Directed by Rob Zombie “Fuck! Fuck! Fuck! Fuck! Fuck! Fuck!”
Malcolm McDowell is the man. No one can dispute that. So it’s no surprise that his return to the character of Dr. Loomis is one of the few highlights in Rob Zombie’s Halloween II. Dread Central was on hand with a roundtable of journalists to hear the legendary actor spew his usual brand of wit and sarcasm.
This weekend Rob Zombie unleashes all the gory mayhem, bearded rednecks, and white horses you can stomach! The musician-turned-filmmaker sat down with Dread Central and a great big roundtable of journalists to talk about his craft, his love of horror, and hardships bringing Michael Myers back to the screen.
Just a couple of short days ago Rob Zombie and Sheri Moon Zombie showed up at Planet Hollywood in New York City to donate one of Michael's favorite killing implements -- a screen used giant ass butcher's knife.
On a cold night in Georgia, a dilapidated shack stood, paper thin, almost rocking faintly with every gust of wind amid a rolling field and set against a thick row of trees. In the distance came a low rumble and through the night sky cut a search light, hitting the ground with frantic purpose.
Dread just got back from the world premiere of Rob Zombie's Halloween II (held last night at Mann's Chinese in Hollywood, Ca) as well as the ensuing after-party which took place at Mood on Hollywood Boulevard, and while it really wasn't much of a work night for this scribe, I figured I’d be remiss if I didn't provide at least a bit of ocular coverage.
The first official clip from Rob Zombie's Halloween II hit the Net today, and it gives its characters a really good reason to call 911 and get the hell out of the house that they're in!
Here's a shocker for ya! An unused trailer for Rob Zombie's Halloween II has just leaked its way online and ... it's probably the best damned trailer we've seen for the flick yet.
A third TV Spot for Rob Zombie's Halloween 2 surfaced today just in case you haven't reached the saturation point yet in terms of coverage. Will you remember his name? Check it out!