If Syfy keeps a list of monsters of myth, legend, and cryptozoology, after this weekend they can scratch "goblin" off the list. The new Syfy creature feature Goblin is set at Halloween time, so what better time for Syfy to premiere it than in the middle of July; this Saturday night at 9/8 Central.
In anticipation of the American home video debut on DVD and iTunes this coming Tuesday, July 6th, of Lawrence Gough's different kind of infected film, Salvage, Revolver Entertainment has unleashed a brand new clip.
People who have been following the progress of another little indie movie that's making a whole hell of a lot of noise, Gareth Edwards' Monsters, will be happy to know that Magnolia has just set a theatrical release date of October 29th of this year!
One movie Magnet has secured for distro that we're really looking forward to is Gareth Edwards' latest indie horror flick, which has been dubbed the "Latin District 9" by some who were lucky enough to catch it at SXSW, Monsters. We're always up for a good old fashioned monster mash, and judging by this latest behind-the-scenes video, that's exactly what we're in for.
There are not many movies opening in theaters this summer that I find myself anticipating. I feel the same way about the DVD market. On the other hand, as a lifelong fan of old school Japanese giant monster movies, the July 27th DVD release of Tomoo Haraguchi's Death Kappa can't come fast enough for me.
Monsters, man. Every time we turn around, the pesky buggers just keep attacking the earth. As a planet we tried being friendly and treating them equally. It's just that there's no reasoning with these things. The only good monster is a dead monster. Our preferred way of dealing with said beasties is with a well placed headsho ... Huh? What's that? Oh, yeah. Sorry folks ... just my fever talking again. Anyway ...
Around about a week ago we brought you a news story regarding an untitled horror project penned by Mark L. Smith (Vacancy) with Platinum Dunes partners Michael Bay, Brad Fuller, and Andrew Form along with Room 101's Steven Schneider. Today Smith spoke a little bit about it.
Remember that news story a while back in which Platinum Dunes producer Brad Fuller stated that he and partner Andrew Form are looking to get away from the horror genre for a bit? Yeah, well, not so much.
I've been shouting it from the rooftops for the past couple of years ... we need more monster movies, man! Zombies and slashers are way cool, but my heart will forever belong to creatures of all shapes and sizes. A new indie flick called Bleak Sea from director Giacomo Cimini is looking to gnash some new teeth, and we've got the promotional trailer and early sales art!
Mention author Eric S. Brown's name, and more than likely the first thing you'll think of is the undead as he's become the rather undisputed "King of Zombie Stories". But that doesn't mean he's ready to be pigeonholed. Case in point: his new book Bigfoot War.
Two of our favorite things -- monsters and zombies -- together in one flick? Where do we sign up!?!? John David Vincent and Philrose Productions' new flick Mind Rip is on the way, and we've got a host of stuff for you to peruse to get yourselves set!