With its 75th anniversary approaching, The Wizard of Oz is hotter than ever! There are four TV adaptations in the works, including this latest one that was just announced from NBC and "Siberia" creator/showrunner Matthew Arnold, entitled "Emerald City."
In 1908 a massive explosion rocked the remote Siberian territory of Tunguska. A meteor or comet struck the Earth and in its wake laid waste to some 80 million trees over an area of 830 square miles. Perfect setting for a new show entitled "Siberia," no?
Indie Horror Month Exclusive: Writer/Director Matthew Arnold on the Real-Life Terrors of Shadow People
This week Anchor Bay released writer/director Matthew Arnold's indie thriller Shadow People, and to mark the occasion, Dread Central caught up with the filmmaker to talk about the project, the real-life inspiration behind the story, and lots more.
Another horror flick has found a home at Cannes as THR reports that Arclight Films has struck a multi-territory deal with Anchor Bay Entertainment for Matthew Arnold's directorial debut Shadow People! Read on for the latest!
The first trailer has arrived online for Matthew Arnold's latest flick Shadow People, and as you may have guessed just from the title, it's nice and dark ... and spooky of course! Dig it!
The movie business sure moves fast sometimes. Just days after changing its title from The Door to Shadow People and releasing the first ever stills, the first teaser one-sheet has arrived for Matthew Arnold's latest flick and it's appropriately creepy.
The Cannes Film Festival is a big event filled with big deals, big movies, and big strategic moves. One of which has just been made as the previously announced film The Door has switched its name to Shadow People. To make the change complete, we've got the first three stills for you!
There's something about movies concerning talk show hosts we dig. From Talk Radio to even Pump up the Volume, there's just something about them. Especially when they're horror themed like Pontypool, etc. Well, there's another one coming our way so the question beckons ... will you answer the call?
While I won’t hold it against Irish director Ruairi Robinson for undertaking the Akira remake, his attachment to The Farm, a new development at Spitfire Pictures, sounds like something worth taking note of.