What goes together better than zombies and music? Nothing! Though a bullet and Bin Laden's left eye is a close second. In any event word has just broken about a new tune-driven flick that's filled with tons of horror icons! Read on for the details.
One thing is for sure ... Canadian residents are massively camera happy and more than willing to walk the ashy spooky streets of Silent Hill. Ready for another few looks at the set? Yeah, we thought you would be. Dig it! Michael J. Bassett directs the sequel that stars Adelaide Clemens, Kit Harington, Sean Bean, Radha Mitchell, Deborah Kara Unger, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Malcolm McDowell.
For the most part, I really dig Silent Hill. Kind of goes without saying that it's the best video game adaptation out there, but it's also a pretty good movie. The further we got away from it, it seemed less likely that we would ever see a sequel so I'm pretty happy to report on every piece of Silent Hill 2 news out there. I'm just glad to know it's on the way.
With production on Silent Hill: Revelation in full swing up in Canada, all sorts of behind-the-scenes goodies have been slipping online thanks to eager fans and their cameras. Next up are two set walkthroughs! Viva la digital age!
As wonderfully bizarre as he is, Pyramid Head has become a staple of not only the Silent Hill game franchise but now the film franchise as well. No one looks more dangerous in an assless outfit, that's for sure! Dig on a new still from Silent Hill: Revelation below courtesy of ~EvidencE~'s photostream on Flickr. Synopsis:
Well, not amusing in the funny "ha ha" kind of way. We're talking more along the lines of some truly evil shit happens here amusing. You know, just the way we like things! Below you'll find a couple of set images from the Silent Hill Amusement Park. Don't you just want to buy a ticket and step inside? For more click on the link below courtesy of Sara Collaton Photography.
Two more big names have signed on for director Michael J. Bassett’s Silent Hill: Revelation 3D, which is currently lensing in Toronto, Canada -- Carrie-Anne Moss (The Matrix Trilogy, Memento) and Malcolm McDowell (A Clockwork Orange, Rob Zombie's Halloween, Halloween II).
Stop us if you've heard this one ... five strangers wake up in a room together and ... what's that? You've heard it all before? We have too, but maybe the presence of the great Malcolm McDowell can elevate this one over the top?
Zombies. I love ‘em. You love ‘em. From the looks of most media, everybody loves ‘em.
We've known for a while now that E1 will be releasing Suck, a rock & roll vampire spoof, on Blu-ray and DVD this September 28th, and now the picture is a bit clearer as to what types of extras will be included. From the Press Release:
And the cast of Amy Heckerling's horror comedy Vamps just keeps on growing. We usually hate humor with our terror and would rather see vamps tearing throats out instead of mugging for the camera, but this one seems to be moving along just fine.
We told you about it a couple of weeks ago, but now E1 Entertainment has made it official! They will be bringing home Rob Stefaniuk's new rocker heavy vampire comedy Suck to Blu-ray and DVD this fall!
Rob Stefaniuk's new rocker heavy vampire comedy Suck is getting itself a Blu-ray and DVD release come this September, and we've got all the details that you can sink your teeth into.
Australian independent film company Mouth Watering Productions has released the poster art and preliminary details on its latest feature film, Suing the Devil, starring Malcolm McDowell, Shannen Fields, Tom Sizemore, and Corbin Bernsen. The film was written and directed by Timothy A. Chey.
Another flick playing at this weekend's South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin, Texas is Rob Stefaniuk's new vampire comedy Suck. As a means to get you all ready for the fang-laden fun, a new festival trailer made its debut online; and we have it for you all juicy!