The UK's Film4 FrightFest kicked off in London last night, and Curse of Chucky director Don Mancini and star Fiona Dourif were in attendance for the world premiere of the uncut version of the next installment in the saga of killer doll Chucky.
While hanging out at this past weekend's WWE SummerSlam, we caught up with director Zach Lipovsky and his Leprechaun: Origins star Dylan "Hornswoggle" Postl, who gave us some interesting details regarding the return of everyone's favorite tiny terror.
Here's the news that you have been waiting patiently for! That's right, kids! Hide your pots of gold (and - in reference to Leprechaun in the Hood - hide your pot too); a director has been found for WWE Films' Leprechaun reboot!
Where the hell is Platinum Dunes when you need them? Here we have a perfect opportunity for them to add their grit and grime to the new version of Leprechaun, and they're nowhere to be found! Screw it! Someone get Rob Zombie on the line! He ain't answering either! WTF?!?!?
I wanted to use the headline “Screenwriter You’ve Probably Never Heard of Hired to Script the Warwick Davis-less World Wrestling Entertainment-Produced Reboot of Leprechaun You Probably Don’t Want to See,” but as honest as that headline is, it was too long.
Yeah, we suppose it was pretty inevitable. Once news of the WWE partnering with Lionsgate on a Leprechaun remake broke, in the back of our heads we all knew full well what their motivations were... put their tiny Irish nogoodnik into a horror movie.
It can't be easy to see a film series you poured your heart and soul into get relaunched without you. But this seems to be the case with the reboot planned for the Leprechaun series by WWE Studios, beginning next year.
Just when you thought it was safe to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, Lionsgate is unleashing a trio of cult classics that'll have you thinking twice about stealing any mysterious pots of gold you may find.
Why should only good horror films have to suffer the indignity of a remake? This is more like it! Just in time for Saint Paddy's Day comes word that Lionsgate and WWE Films are looking to exploit the yuck of the Irish (sorry) in a new incarnation of everyone's, um, favorite Leprechaun.
On Saturday, March 17th, Syfy is set to debut Drew Daywalt’s latest feature film, Leprechaun’s Revenge, and in honor of the occasion Dread Central recently had the chance to catch up with Daywalt to get the lowdown on the project.
Here's something really tasty for you cats! The first ever still of the creature from Drew Daywalt's upcoming film Leprechaun's Revenge! One thing is for sure: This ain't your daddy's Leprechaun.
Here we are, shinin' up our lucky charms as per usual, when alla-sudden a trailer drops for Syfy's Leprechaun's Revenge like an egg outta the golden goose's arse!
It took four different name changes before Syfy finally settled on a title for Drew Daywalt’s feature debut Leprechaun’s Revenge, no doubt hoping to sucker a few fans who might be thinking this is the newest installment of the Leprechaun franchise. As you’ll see in these two clips, this leprechaun is definitely not Warwick Davis.
First there was St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun. Then just simply Leprechaun. Then came Red Clover. Now Drew Daywalt's flick has an all new moniker and even an air date. Read on for the details.
While the world continues to wonder if Warwick Davis will ever don his leprechaun garb again, After Dark Originals and Syfy are teaming up to bring a different killer leprechaun to life in Red Clover. Billy Zane and William Devane better stock up on Lucky Charms cereal pronto.