Damn you, Gore Verbinski. Damn you. The man behind the U.S. remake of The Ring, which I grant you wasn’t as bad as we had feared, has been attached to produce a redux of another Asian favorite: Bong Joon-Ho’s The Host (review).
It’s pretty sad when the trailer for a short film has more promise than most trailers for theatrical releases these days. Or is it?
The full plot for Feast III: The Happy Finish has finally been revealed to the boys over at STYD, and since I know you’ve been waiting with bated breath since the end of Feast II: Sloppy Seconds to find out what happens next, I won't make you wait any longer...
Back in the late 80’s, a study on Cuttyhunk Island gave scientists the first real taste of jumping up the evolutionary ladder. As with most experiments that fuck with Mother Nature, though, something went very, very wrong and the island lost 3/4 of its population.
It seems like it’s been forever since we’ve heard anything about a sequel to Cloverfield, even though the money it made during its theatrical and home video run makes it a no-brainer for the studio. Director Matt Reeves recently talked with MTV’s Movie Blog about it and gave some reasons why we’ve not seen anything yet.
It’s a very small bit, and unfortunately the video is not embeddable, but if you head on over to Sci Fi Wire right now you can see a very cool behind-the-scenes featurettes for Monsters Vs. Aliens, the upcoming animated monster movie from Dreamworks.
Though I don’t fully understand the implications of this announcement, I know what it means to horror fans: The end of Horrorclix is nigh. The Topps Company announced today that it would immediately cease operations of Horrorclix makers WizKids, which is also responsible for the superhero-oriented game Heroclix.
As we're getting closer to the creature feature Dark Moon Rising seeing the light of day, pictures have been coming out on the steady! Wanna see them? You know you do!
Those blokes in the UK seem to always be one step ahead of us when it comes to good TV. How many shows on our major networks right now are remakes of British series? Hopefully we’ll be picking up on this new horror trend hitting the UK shortly, too.
Toby Wilkins' Splinter is an original horror movie with no big name stars and has garnered positive reviews, so, naturally, it only gets a very small limited release. Like many of you, I'm dying to see Splinter but it isn't playing anywhere near me and odds are it probably never will. Take heart, folks, it looks like we won't have to wait too long for a DVD release.
Splinter is in theatres now, have you seen it? Toby Wilkins wants you to see his monster movie and so do we!
Halloween is now literally just around the corner, and to celebrate, Travis Betz, the sick genius behind Joshua (review), one of my favorite indie horrors of the last few years, has prepared a brand new series of shorts for Atom Films!
Earlier this year we discovered that Charles Burns' interesting comic Black Hole, where teens undergo mutations via a sexually transmitted disease, was going to be adapted to the big screen by David Fincher. Then came eight months of silence.