Toronto International Film Festival's Midnight Madness Teases Some Spooky! First Image from Insidious?
One of the most badass parts about the Toronto International Film Festival is its Midnight Madness programming line-up of ten genre-themed films spread out over ten maniacal nights, and things are already looking appropriately frightful. Oh, the joys of being a Canuck!
One of the most promising genre flicks on the horizon has got to be James Wan's Insidious. Not only are we glad to see Wan working on a new and original horror story, but the director sure has a fantastic leading man lined up in Patrick Wilson. Read on to find out what Wilson recently had to say about the upcoming haunted house horror film.
The first casting news has just come in for James Wan's Insidious, which is currently lensing under the title The Astral in Los Angeles, and things are looking good!
If Paranormal Activity taught the studios anything, it's that you can do so much more with so much less and in the process still deliver a quality flick! The team behind the phenomenon Paranormal Activity, director Oren Peli and producers Jason Blum and Steven Schneider, are out to do just that with their new deal with Canada's Alliance Films. First order of business?
It's been a while since James Wan got behind the camera for another dark tale of terror and mayhem. Thankfully the wait for his next film is just about over! Get ready for The Further! The film is set to be produced by Jason Blum (Blumhouse Productions), Oren Peli (director of Paranormal Activity) and Steven Schneider (Room 101 Productions).
Genre staple James Wan just landed a gig that will most assuredly have lots of fans screaming, whipping, and tossing holy water at birds and or overly acrobatic midgets!
Xbox owners have a lot to look forward to in mid-November. Gears of War will be out, a new Dashboard update brings us avatars, and a horror/comedy series will splatter all over LIVE!
This is why I love having an Xbox 360 and have yet to see the point in the PS3 aside from its use as a Blu-ray player. Variety got word this morning that this fall a series of short films under the banner “Horror Directors Do Comedy” will show up on the console free of charge. The cool thing?
We love James Wan around these parts. Not only has he made a few kickass horror films, but he’s also a great guy. EA Games seem to be on a mission to show us horror fans that despite having rarely entered our genre, this October’s Dead Space comes from a team of people that really know their stuff when it comes to horror.
Guess what you're going to be doing in October of 2009 other than going to see the sixth and "final" installment of the Saw series and double dipping for the Saw V Uber-unrated Director's Cut Two-Disc Mega Edition DVD? Firing up your next-gen console with Jigsaw, that's what!