It's easy to forget just how fragile we are, but every now and again an event occurs that serves as a reminder that we should live every day to its fullest. Case in point: what happened to Clive Barker a couple of weeks ago.
The 2011 Bram Stoker International Film Festival, running October 28th-31st, takes place in Whitby, North Yorkshire, England, and shows independent narrative features, documentaries, and shorts from around the world, many of which will be having their world or UK premieres at this year's fest. Read on for all the details regarding the lineup!
Could it be? Could it actually be? Studios usually never listen to fans, but horror fans? We're a rowdy bunch, and we like to get stuff done. As a result ...
We reported a few months ago that the lost footage from Clive Barker's Nightbreed had been found. Shortly after that an announcement came that the uncut print of the film would be shown to fans in attendance at the March HorrorHound convention in Indianapolis. The film was shown to a standing room only crowd and we've got the goods on what was added!
Now this is what I call exciting. We reported a few months ago that the lost footage from Clive Barker's Nightbreed had been found, and now if you're willing to make a trip, you can be amongst the few to see it!
The international teaser trailer has surfaced today from the upcoming adaptation of Oscar Wildes’ The Portrait of Dorian Gray, now shortened to simply Dorian Gray, and it's lookin' pretty good.
It was just a few days ago that we let you guys know about all the excised footage from Clive Barker's Nightbreed being found, and now the curators of Barker's Revelations site, Phil and Sarah, have in their possession a 145-minute cut of the film on VHS! So what have we all missed?
Over the years, the Nightbreed lost footage has achieved a status almost as mythical as the hardcore footage excised from 1984’s The Prey. Nobody ever really believed it would see the light of day and many doubted its existence.
Some new imagery has surfaced today from the upcoming horrific adaptation of Oscar Wildes’ The Portrait of Dorian Gray, now shortened to simply Dorian Gray. Oh, and by “horrific” I mean that it’s being made as a horror movie, not that it’s really bad. That remains to be seen.