Some days definitely suck more than others, but for Jamie Kennedy, in the new film Buddy Hutchins things have gotten really, really bad. Bad enough for chainsaws, gas cans, and shotguns! Read on for details.
We've been looking forward to The Asylum and Syfy's new Original Movie Bermuda Tentacles, starring Linda Hamilton, since we first heard about it, and now finally the official teaser trailer has arrived!
A few weeks ago we told you that The Asylum and Syfy had teamed up for a new Original Movie entitled Bermuda Tentacles, starring Linda Hamilton, and now another new still from the flick has arrived.
A few weeks ago we told you that The Asylum and Syfy had teamed up for a new Original Movie entitled Bermuda Tentacles, starring Linda Hamilton, and now the first bit of eye candy from the film has arrived.
The Asylum and Syfy have teamed up once again for an Original Movie which arrives on the network next month. This one's titled Bermuda Tentacles, and it stars Linda Hamilton. Read on for the early details.
Veteran actor Jamie Kennedy has a huge and diverse slew of acting credits on his resume; however, it's safe to say that even with his years of work in Hollywood, he's never experienced anything quite like Buddy Hutchins.
Indie Horror Month Exclusive: Producer Jamie Kennedy on A Resurrection, a Look Back at Scream and More
Considering he started off his career in the genre world, it's certainly fitting that now Jamie Kennedy is producing horror movies, including Matt Orlando's A Resurrection, which arrived in limited theaters this weekend.
This past Friday night, September 23rd, the Halloween season officially kicked off in style with the 2011 Eyegore Awards held at the Globe Theater at Universal Studios in Hollywood as part of the opening night of Universal's Halloween Horror Nights. Hosted by genre veteran and previous Eyegore winner Corey Feldman (who was joined on stage by a wisecracking zombie scarecrow), many of horror's biggest names came out to celebrate our favorite time of year and pay homage to several of the genre's biggest contributors and newcomers alike.
One of the most beloved characters from Wes Craven's Scream franchise was no doubt Jamie Kennedy's Randy, the man with the rules. Ever since he bought it, the franchise just wasn't the same, and now for the fourth film Kennedy is again teasing his return.
The first word about a new horror comedy coming our way from funnyman Jamie Kennedy and Automaton Transfusion director Steven C. Miller broke this evening and we've got the goods for you to sink your dentures into!
Yet another Internet rumor has been put to rest concerning the latest return to the knife, Scream 4. Despite a lot of speculation it turns out one of the series' most beloved characters will not be coming back after all.
Though we all watched in amusement and horror as Jamie Kennedy's cinephile character was killed off in Scream 2, we were also kind of bummed out. His character was arguably one of the best that the franchise has known, and Scream 3 definitely suffered without him. So the question beckons ... will he be back for Scream 4?