Never mind the "Boys" whom everyone touts so very much as the premiere fighters of vampires and other beasties. The Lost Girls are here to kick some ass straight into your hearts! We'll go bump in the night with them ANY TIME!
Not to be confused with the upcoming Showtime series bearing the title “Penny Dreadful” or the After Dark HorrorFest entry of the same name, The Penny Dreadful Picture Show is a new horror anthology starring Sid Haig, Jeffrey Combs, and ex-wrestler Al Snow.
New Trailer for Dorothy and the Witches of Oz; In Select Theaters Friday, February 17th and DVD in April
There hasn't been much news lately regarding Dorothy and the Witches of Oz, but with a limited theatrical run starting Friday, here's a new f/x-laden trailer for the dark family fantasy boasting Lance Henriksen, Jeffrey Combs, Mia Sara, Al Snow, Billy Boyd, Sean Astin, and Christopher Lloyd.
The other day we told you about Leigh Scott's Witches of Oz 3D and treated you to an outtake in which co-star Lance Henriksen worked with an uncooperative kitty. Today we have a promo trailer for the fantasy thriller that updates L. Frank Baum's classic kiddie tale.
Lance Henriksen has battled Aliens, Predator, Pumpkinhead, The Terminator, Sasquatch, and all manner of supernatural and sci-fi terrors. Who would have thought he would finally face his ultimate challenge in the form of an unfriendly pussycat. That's what happened during shooting of his latest, Witches of Oz, and we have video documentation of this epic encounter.
Last month we got a first look at the trailer for Bullet Films' adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's Dunwich Horror starring Jeffrey Combs. Now we've got the trailers for three more Bullet Films productions featuring werewolves, vampires, the potential end of the world, and rednecks battling robots.
It was back in April when I first told you about production beginning on The Darkest Evil, a new adaptation of Lovecraft's classic tale The Dunwich Horror starring Jeffrey Combs. Today we bring you the exclusive first trailer from this Lovecraftian horror!
I've never been much of a fan of all those ghost hunting shows but if more ghost hunters looked like Charisma Carpenter I might start tuning in. Until that day arrives I'll have to settle for House of Bones, in which the former "Buffy"/"Angel"/"Charmed"/"Veronica Mars" starlet will play a ghost hunter getting more than she bargained for.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Clare Carey, Lance Guest, Jonathan Trent, Sarah Butler, Rebekah Cochan Directed by Leigh Scott
Got an email the other day from filmmaker Leigh Scott regarding several upcoming productions from Bullet Films, a subdivision of Blackthorne Industries, the production company he and other ex-Asylum employees formed after escaping The Asylum late last year. The title that immediately popped out to me was Wolvesbayne, a sort of werewolf Hellboy that has just begun filming.
Flu Birds? Are you kidding me? Is that like the worst movie title ever or what?