Just a quick update here on a story that broke in October. Back then we told you that Will Smith was circling a new supernatural flick called Selling Time. Well, big Willy is still circling, but now a director has come on board.
Another supernatural thriller is headed to this year's American Film Market, which kicks off next week. Get ready for a boatload of horror news when it goes down, but for now... Read on for the skinny!
It's been quite a long time since last there was any movement on the front of getting a feature film adaptation of the brilliant Garth Ennis comic Preacher made. Today, however, director D.J. Caruso has some interesting news for fans.
Social networking has changed the way that the world operates. Everything from staying in touch with our loved ones to starting revolutions has become different and more convenient. Now it looks as if movie making is about to experience a new slant as well.
The film adaptation of Preacher has long been talked about by Hollywood, but for whatever reasons it's never gotten quite there. Maybe it's the subject matter. Maybe it's the scope of the story. Who knows? One thing is for sure ... this is the closest we've come to seeing it happen.
We didn't give D.J. Caruso's I Am Number Four much coverage on the site since it seemed a lot more sci-fi (and teen romance) than horror, but after seeing the film, we have to admit the aliens chasing Alex Pettyfer's character were pretty monstrous. So when Trembles sent over an "MPP" review for the film, we figured why not share it with you guys and let you judge for yourselves.
Just last week we told you about the possibility of director D.J. Caruso (Disturbia, Eagle Eye, I Am Number 4) helming the big screen adaptation of the Garth Ennis comic epic Preacher, and now it seems as if that possibility has become a reality.
Did someone smash a mirror or something when first talking about the big screen adaptation of the Garth Ennis comic masterpiece Preacher? It's been seven years -- seven long years -- of discussion, setbacks, director courting, and a whole lot of nothing.
It was just a week ago when we first heard that D.J. Caruso (Disturbia, Eagle Eye) had been attached to direct a live action film version of the popular video game Dead Space, and today we got a few more details.
The EA franchise, Dead Space is so very rife with back-story and mythos that it seemed like a live action film based upon it was only a matter of time. That time is now.