Toby Wilkins' Splinter looks like one menacing monster movie. But you know what could make it even better? Seeing it for free! Fangoria just announced that they will be hosting a free screening of Splinter, sponsored by Magnolia Pictures, at NYC's Two Boots Pioneer Theater on October 24 at 11 PM!
I've often wondered how settlers of the American West would handle monsters, and please don't remind me of that Tremors sequel... That's why we are grateful J.T. Petty came along with his take on subterranean beasties, The Burrowers.
Toby Wilkins' indie film Splinter feels like it just exploded onto the scene recently. It's quite a nice surprise since it both looks cool and has promise: monsters, gas stations and two couples caught in-between this mess. Sweet deal!
The final poster artwork for Toby Wilkins’ badass monster movie, Splinter, is finally back in place (some MPAA issues saw it removed for a day or two), and today Apple unveiled the film’s official trailer!
The Suffering was a fun horror game that you might remember from a few years back set in a rather nightmarish prison. Well, 1up.com brings word that you can now download the PC version of the game for free from FileFront. The game came out in 2004, so if you're reading this on a PC bought since then, there's a good chance the game will run on it.
While you patiently await Magnet’s October 31st release date for Toby Wilkin’s Splinter, I know you’re just itching to learn more about the movie and what went into making it. Know how I know? Cause the movie kicks ass and you like things that kick ass! Why else would you be here?
Reviewed by Johnny Butane Starring Shea Whigham, Paul Costanzo, Jill Wagner Directed by Toby Wilkins
For those of you looking forward to tomorrow’s woefully under-publicized opening of the animated monster movie Igor, we’ve learned of a few bits that’ll be of interest to you...
When I first heard about Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer (review), I thought the film was going to be about a psychopath hunting down the likes of Rosie O'Donnell or Ulli Lommel. My mistake, but Jon Knautz did something neither of those two could do: entertain!
Reviewed by Nomad Featuring the voices of John Cusack, Myleene Klass, Robin Howard, Matt McKenna, John Cleese, Steve Buscemi Directed by Anthony Leondis
The official site for Toby Wilkins’ feature debut, Splinter, kicked in the doors of the internet over the weekend and it’s very ... pointy. Lots and lots of sharp edges on this one, but don’t take my word for it; check out the Splinter site here to see what I mean.
For years we’ve been hearing about sequels and/or remakes of John Carpenter’s horror/sci-fi classic The Thing being in various stages of conceptualization. But the one thing that always made sense to horror fans was a film that depicted just what happened to the Norwegian research team who were attacked first.
Word just came down to us from a trusted source that the forthcoming DVD of Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer, which hits October 7th, will be giving a little something extra to those of you who shop Best Buy...