While chatting today with writer and actor Todd Farmer about the upcoming home video release of the criminally under-watched Drive Angry 3D, Dread Central had the opportunity to get an update on two upcoming projects he’s attached to: the new Hellraiser project as well as Halloween III.
Movie licenses haven't exactly fared well in the world of video games, but with the formation of a new company, we also get new hope ... right? Either way, one studio is ready to throw its hat into the video game arena and bring along with it some of horror's most beloved characters. From the Press Release
BOOM! Studios Brings You Hellraiser: Prelude and a Special Preview of Clive Barker's Hellraiser Issue 1 Right Here Right NOW!
While Pinhead and the Hellraiser films haven't exactly been hitting the horror home run that they should over the last few years, it seems that the only place you can find a good Cenobite-laden tale is in print.
Never let it be said that we don't willingly take bullets for you guys. Even though we know something is going to be abysmal, we go in open-minded, white-knuckle grab onto our seats, and brace ourselves for whatever may come.
Starring Steven Brand, Nick Eversman, Jolene Andersen, Sanny Van Heteren, Jay Gillespie, Stephan Smith Collins Directed by Victor Garcia
Dread hit the red carpet last night for the premiere of director and co-writer (with Todd Farmer) Patrick Lussier’s Drive Angry 3D last night at the Arclight in Hollywood, CA, and while we spoke extensively with the two regarding that film (see our coverage here), we also chatted a bit about the status of the other genre projects they are
Finally some long awaited sequels will be making their hi-def debuts thanks to a new deal between Echo Bridge Entertainment and Miramax! Franchise completists' wallets will be burning all over the country!
By now everyone knows that Patrick Lussier is the man who’ll be reinvigorating the Hellraiser franchise for The Weinstein Company. Touching a modern-day masterpiece is both a daunting task and an unwinnable situation for any filmmaker, but Lussier sounds like he has a plan.
Who knows how the Doug Bradley-less Hellraiser: Revelations is going to turn out. Not that Bradley, for whatever reason, was in much of the latter sequels anyway, but still! At least we have Pinhead on the page to turn to if things go awry! From the Press Release
Similar to what's going on with Children of the Corn: The Dweller, word just broke that the next chapter in the Hellraiser franchise, Hellraiser: Revelations, is undergoing some reshoots of its own.
Ever since Doug Bradley announced he would not be donning the Pins once again in this latest Hellraiser sequel, the fanbase has been on fire with questions, disdain, and speculation. So which demons to some, angels to others will we be seeing in the new flick? An answer has come.
Fans worried about just who was going to write and direct the much talked about remake of the Clive Barker classic Hellraiser can now breathe a little easier.
It's no secret that for a very long time now Dimension Films, who were at one point pumping out horror movies left and right, has seemed all but extinct.
We've been waiting endlessly for the great Clive Barker to finish up the final chapter in his literary Hellraiser saga, The Scarlet Gospels, which finds Pinhead going one-on-one with Harry D'Amour, and now finally ... there's light at the end of the tunnel.
While we're all still pretty shellshocked over the fact that Doug Bradley will not be back to play Pinhead in the latest flick in the Hellraiser franchise, Hellraiser: Revelations, the flick is still forging ahead and building its ca