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!
Rock music and horror go hand-in-hand, like comedy and horror. Sometimes a flick comes along that can give us all three! Get ready to dig on two new clips from Rob Stefaniuk's new vampire comedy Suck!
The Grammy-award winning band Slipknot premiered the new video for their song "Snuff" today in the form of a short film co-directed by Slipknot's own M. Shawn Crahan and renowned photographer/director P.R. Brown. The film features frontman Corey Taylor as never seen before, interwoven in an intricate storyline, but he's far from alone as two legends in the horror genre accompany him.
Halloween weekend is fast approaching. Pumpkins? Check! Costume? Check! New Saw film? Check! Rob Zombie's Halloween II? Ch... What the hell?
We're just a few minutes away from midnight here on the West Coast, and the PR machine for Rob Zombie's Halloween II is not done yet! You should have known they'd have one last trick up their sleeves: a hop on the motion poster bandwagon just in time for the film's nationwide release.
Malcolm McDowell is the man. No one can dispute that. So it’s no surprise that his return to the character of Dr. Loomis is one of the few highlights in Rob Zombie’s Halloween II. Dread Central was on hand with a roundtable of journalists to hear the legendary actor spew his usual brand of wit and sarcasm.
Rock music and horror go hand-in-hand, like comedy and horror. Sometimes a flick comes along that can give us all three! Enter Suck, the new vampire-comedy from Rob Stefaniuk that is poised to premiere at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.
Assuming the role of Dr. Samuel Loomis for Rob Zombie in his two Halloween films has not only introduced the great Malcolm McDowell to a new generation of fans, but it has also cemented his place in horror film history. Now there's a place to go online to celebrate the man's long and illustrious career!
Jesus Christ, Michael! We are so tired of looking at the Myers family. How about a peek at Loomis instead?
Despite earlier rumors of a disconnect, it seems that Malcolm McDowell will indeed be back as Dr. Sam Loomis in Rob Zombie's Halloween 2.
It seems that every single day there are new developments coming out concerning Rob Zombie's Halloween 2, and today is no different. The latest dirt involves whether or not Malcolm McDowell will return as Loomis and a look at the new teaser poster.