No ... calm down. Breathe. Lionsgate is NOT remaking Halloween III: Season of the Witch. We'll always have the bastard of the Halloween franchise with its cool-ass deaths and manic theme song to ourselves. We're talking about an all new property here, folks, one that's free from showing us Tom Atkins' bare ass!
The trailer for Seventh Moon from co-director of The Blair Witch Project Ed Sanchez hit online today, and it looks pretty friggin' crazed!
Lionsgate issued the first DVD details on the original(!) Platinum Dunes film Horsemen today, and we've got the lowdown on what to expect.
Lionsgate is looking to continue its love/hate relationship with fans. Despite its better than expected box office draw, there will be no sequel to Patrick Lussier's remake done right, My Bloody Valentine 3D.
You know we love you guys. So much so in fact that we decided that just one clip from the uncut version of Slaughter High (review) was not enough! We needed two! So we asked the video gods (*cough* Lionsgate *cough*) for yet another taste! This one a bit messier!
Of the three films included in Lionsgate's "Lost Collection", the one that offers the most bang for your bucks is undoubtedly the uncut version of Slaughter High (review). We got our hands on an exclusive clip for you guys that includes all manner of shenanigans!
The trailer for The Burrowers surfaced today courtesy of Lionsgate to help further along anticipation of the upcoming DVD release of J.T. Petty's latest film.
Reviewed by Nomad Starring Virginia Madsen, Kyle Gallner, Elias Koteas, Amanda Crew Directed by Peter Cornwell
Got a chance to sit down with the director of The Haunting in Connecticut, Peter Cornwell, today to get the skinny on the movie and uncovered some juicy things about the film's rating and eventual home video release.
With the ten-year anniversary of The Blair Witch Project upon us, I still cannot believe we haven't gotten a decent anniversary DVD or Blu-ray out of Lionsgate. Talk about a missed opportunity, man! Oh well, at least the 'Gate will be giving us director Ed Sanchez's Seventh Moon later this year via Sam Raimi's Ghost House Underground label.
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Michael Bowen, Jessica Lowndes, Jenette Goldstein, Robert La Sardo, Ross McCall, Robert Patrick Directed by Adam Gierasch