The Mouse House is getting into the monster business with their acquisition of Monster Attack Network, a graphic novel penned by Marc Bernadrin and Adam Freeman, according to Variety.
**Oh, burn! This isn't actually a Host 2 teaser, it's an add for an electric company which you can see right here ... Whoops!**
Just last week we reported that you'd be able to see Jon Knautz's horror/comedy Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer (review) with a bunch of stiffs in Hollywood, but what about those who don't live in California?
It’s good to see that, even though they could easily do nothing but work on huge-budgeted films for the rest of their existence, Weta is still willing to help out the little guy when they feel the project is deserving enough.
Been a quiet day so far, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have anything to share. Pictures, courtesy of the one-man photography machine know as Nomad, that’s what we got!
Messiahman chimed in with a bit of news today for those in Hollywood and the surrounding areas. Jon Knautz's monster flick Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer, is going to have a special showing at midnight on August 12th at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery!
If you’re one of the few who have yet to see Cloverfield and managed to avoid all the images of the monster once the film was released, congratulations. I have no idea how one would do that. If you’ve read this far, chances are you’re neither, so just move your eyeballs down a bit to check out some new pics of the monster fresh from the floor of Comic Con!
Two crawlers lounge idly on a sofa wrapped in matching dressing gowns. One glances at a newspaper while the other sits lost in thought.
Michael Emanuel ("ER") has teamed up with "Guilty or Innocent?" scribe John K. Anderson to tackle an old Native American legend we don't see too much of in films today, the Wendigo!
I guess it’s not really a helluva lot of information, but it could be enough to ruin your morning if you’re not careful. Rob Cohen caught up with the B-D boys recently to chat about his latest film, The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, and dropped some potentially disturbing news about the 1987 classic The Monster Squad.
Outlander is probably the most unexpected release of 2008. The concept of an evil alien being battled by Vikings and another (good) alien may sound pretty strange, but somehow it looks like Howard McCain is making it work.
Our friends over at Quiet Earth pointed us in the direction of the first trailer for Outlander, the sci-fi/horror flick by Howard McCain. A spacecraft has crashed on Earth in the year 709 AD, and the monster it is carrying has been unleashed on the population of Norway. Vikings don't take kindly to this invader!