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New One-Sheet for Joe Dante's Hole

Nope, we're not talking about the blown-up results from a prostate exam; we're referring to some new art for Joe Dante's upcoming supernatural thriller The Hole. You people have such dirty, tasteless minds. That's why we love you so.

Gremlins: What You Didn't See! Joe Dante Speaks!

Tonight horror fans got the rare chance to relive their childhood at the Aero Theater in Santa Monica, which hosted a Joe Dante double feature of his 1984 creature feature masterpiece Gremlins that was followed up with his 1990 sequel Gremlins 2: The New Batch.

The Best of Trailers from Hell to be Screened in Austin, Texas

Joe Dante will be revealing a compilation of some of the great trailers the genre has had to offer in a screening of The Best of Trailers from Hell, to be shown at the South By Southwest Film Festival in Austin, Texas.

Behind-the-Scenes Videos of Dante's The Hole in 3D

Excited about Joe Dante's upcoming 3D flick The Hole? I know we are. Dante is a legend around these parts, and his return to the big screen is most welcomed! Now that the film's getting closer, some exclusive behind-the-scenes videos have surfaced! Get ready to dig.

AFM: Joe Dante's The Hole in 3D Posters!

There's nothing like having Joe Dante back doing what he does best: making horror flicks that we absolutely fall in love with! At this year's AFM not one, but two, posters debuted for his soon to be in production 3D feature, The Hole!

Polo, Bennett Join The Hole

Casting is already going down for Joe Dante’s upcoming 3D supernatural thriller, The Hole, which you may recall Dante said he’ll be tackling next before possibly moving on to Bat Out of Hell.

Dante Goes 3D With The Hole, No Hell

Looks like Joe Dante may be moving on from the Drew McWeeney/Scott Swan feature Bat Out of Hell according to a new video blog posted on This is Some Scene. He doesn’t explain why he may not be attached to the vampires on a plane film, but he did confirm that he's getting ready to shoot The Hole.

Official Plot, First Art for Bat Out of Hell

Though it’s been kept under wraps since it was first announced, the official synopsis for the Drew McWeeny/Scott Swan-penned flick Bat Out of Hell, which is set to be directed by none other than Joe Dante, revealed its true nature over the weekend.

Trapped Ashes (DVD)

Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring John Saxon, Jayce Bartok, Henry Gibson, Lara Harris, Dick Miller, Winston Rekert Directed by Joe Dante (wrap-around story), Sean S. Cunningham (Jibaku), Ken Russell (The Girl With Golden Breasts), Monte Hellman (Stanley's Girlfriend), John Gaeta (My Twin - The Worm)

Dante Finds Himself in The Hole, Too!

How cool is it to see Joe Dante’s name in the trades for two days in a row? Very cool, that’s how! Yesterday we told you he’d be directing the new film from Masters of Horror writers Drew McWeeny and Scott Swan, Bat out of Hell; today he was officially attached to another outstanding horror project, The Hole.

Dante Signs on for Bat Out of Hell!

This morning some very good news came down for Drew McWeeny and Scott Swan, who up until now have been best know as the writers of John Carpenter’s two Masters of Horror entries; Joe Dante has signed on to direct their latest feature-length script, Bat Out of Hell!

UPDATE: Ashes No Longer Trapped!

UPDATE: Lionsgate has just released the DVD specs for Trapped Ashes to Fangoria!. Expect to see "director’s cut" versions of Monte Hellman and Ken Russell's stories. There will also be a "Making Of" featurette, deleted scenes and cast/crew commentaries!

Trapped Ashes (2007)

Reviewed by Evil Andy Starring Henry Gibson, Dick Miller, Richard Ian Cox, John Saxon, Lara Harris

DVD Release List: Blood & Rider

Horror invading your home this Tuesday, June 12th, 2007... Blood & Chocolate (2007) Directed by Katia Van Garnier

Howling Redux in the Works?

I really don’t know how I feel about this story. On the one hand, I grew up watching The Howling; it was one of two primary films that got me into horror in general and werewolf films in particular (guess the other…). On the other, it’s definitely a flawed movie that could benefit from a fresh perspective on it.