Another new one-sheet has been released by the good folks behind, The Cabin in the Woods that reflects the recent Lionsgate deal to finally get the long-awaited flick into theatres. Given how much they've been screwed over (and over, and over, and over) it's good to see that they at least have a sense of humor about it.
Thank you, Lionsgate. We've had some ups and downs over the years, but every now and again you do something to make us horror fans feel truly loved. This is a glorious day indeed. Guess what, fiends? It's looking like we'll finally be seeing The Cabin in the Woods.
If the words "cock tease" ever applied to a horror movie, it has to be in relation to the debacle surrounding the release of the long awaited flick The Cabin in the Woods. It's good to know that fans aren't the only ones with a severe case of blue balls.
Some interesting Child's Play rumors have reared their head online that just might usher in the return of everyone's favorite potty-mouthed redheaded, murderous doll.
Everyone's favorite half robot lawman is one step closer to being reassembled, and hopefully when all the nuts and bolts have been tightened the makers of this upcoming reboot won't go soft on the series' violent side.
Starting this month, look for more classic horror films to reach consumers through Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment's special manufacturing-on-demand platform. These DVDs are part of the MGM Limited Edition Collection and will be available from your favorite online retailer.
The lion is getting ready to roar once again with a half cyborg crime-fighter and the prospect of a remake done right. Will the new RoboCop bring all of the over-the-top violence of the original? We can only hope.
MGM is starting to shed its recent skin of problems, and as a result some long gestating projects are finally starting to move.
The dark cloud of financial woe hasn't lifted over the lion just yet, but there's still some hope, true believers! Who can save MGM from going the way of the dinosaur?
If you're around my age or older the prospect of a movie world without MGM seems wrong. Very wrong. Hell, unimaginable. The lion has been roaring for many years, and even though he took a financial stumble, he looks as if he's getting ready to go back on the prowl.
And the financial woes continue for MGM. The company that has given us so much wonderful horror fare over the years has officially filed for bankruptcy. Yet, there is a bit of a silver lining. Not much of one, mind you, but enough to stay optimistic for now.
So what if the movie has been done for like two years now? Fans looking forward to The Cabin in the Woods are going to have to wait a while longer for the film's release. A long while.
Now this is what we call news, my friends! Around the Dread Central offices it's an endless debate over which was better: "The Twilight Zone" or "The Outer Limits". Personally I have to side with "The Outer Limits", if only because of the sheer amount of monsters and aliens the show hurled at us with reckless abandon. Well, that and the fact that they are controlling the horizontal. They are controlling the vertical.
Quick updates on a couple of movies that have been bouncing around like an out of control rubber ball for a long while now -- Sony Pictures' Priest and MGM's Cabin in the Woods have been moved around yet again.