Nature Run Amok
I can’t believe we’re sitting here, months later, and still worrying about an actor’s strike. The writer’s strike was bad enough; why do we have to go through this again? Can't Hollywood set aside its differences so Deep Blue Sea 2 can finally be made!?
Much like this week’s release of Mirrors, which was based on the Korean film Into the Mirror, Alexandre Aja is insisting that his Piranha 3D remake will not really be a remake at all, but rather a completely original film which just happens to share the same title as Joe Dante’s original.
Word came down today via Twitch about a new giant animal movie that we’re definitely going to be keeping our eyes out for; it’s called Chaw and is coming at us straight outta Korea, yo. That’s a dope place for horror these days, hommie.
Wanna see what happens when the best of intentions spiral into absolute chaos? Then check out our exclusive clip from director Greg McLean's latest nature-run-amok affair!
I really have to question the wisdom of trying to market a horror film by throwing around Kevin Sorbo’s name. Sure, he’s the star of Something Beneath, a new direct-to-DVD horror on its way from Genius Products, but the only thing that’s going to do for the average horror fan is turn them away.
Did you miss the Sci-Fi Channel premiere of Anaconda 3 (review) starring David Hasselhoff this weekend? Good news: the DVD is already scheduled for an October 21st release. Or you could just watch the movie when it replays on Sci-Fi September 21st. I think Sony Home Entertainment would prefer you wait for their DVD.
Under normal circumstances an Anaconda sequel made for the Sci-Fi Channel would not elicit any degree of excitement of my part but when the sequel stars David Hasselhoff and the prospect of seeing "The Hoff" fight and possibly get eaten by a huge snake looms on the horizon, yeah, consider me officially interested.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring DMX, Wes Brown, Lauren Fain, Louis Herthum, Victoria Vodar, David Pullman Directed by Amir Valina
Douglas Buck, director of Family Portraits: A Trilogy of America and the Sisters remake, is less than confident in mankind’s ongoing destructive relationship with mother earth. His in-the-works opus The Broken Imago has the earmarks of a terrifying new entry in a subgenre of increasing relevance, the Eco-Horror film.
To give you guys a taste of what you can look forward to when The Ruins hits DVD tomorrow (read our review here), we’ve got a very sexy exclusive look at one of the many featurettes on the DVD, just for Dread readers. Why? Cause we love you, damnit, and believe that carnivorous plants are the future!