Can you think of a better way to kick off your Monday than with a quick visit to the site of the worst nuclear disaster in history? Yeah, well maybe you can, but damn it, the new one-sheet for Chernobyl Diaries kicks ass!
Here it is. A spooky look inside the room where it all went to hell. The third still from Chernobyl Diaries is here, and it takes you inside the heart of the nuclear nightmare. Dig it!
A lot can happen in sixty seconds. When tragedy and horror strike, each moment can tick away like an hour. That's exactly the case for our poor travelers who end up on the ass-end of the Chernobyl Diaries.
I always joked that if I were a woman I would be eyeballing anything that would ... um ... fit in terms of self pleasure, but even I would have to draw the line here. One word, kids, YIKES!
We originally ran the second still from Oren Peli's latest project, Chernobyl Diaires, last week via the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly, but now thanks to the main himself we have the whole official enchilada. Dig it!
There's no doubt about it. ABC's journey down "The River" was a rocky one. The freshman show definitely traversed some peaks and valleys, but in the end it got a lot more right than it did wrong. So with the first season wrapped, the question beckons... When can we expect the DVD?
Because we know that you cats like seeing everything down to the tiniest of details, we have on tap for you another behind-the-scenes image from Rob Zombie's The Lords of Salem. Dig it!
There are beards, and then there's what you're about to see. This thing is just gnarly. There are things and ideas living in it. Even the sharpest of razor blades would quake in fear!
There's no doubt about it. ABC's journey down "The River" was a rocky one. The freshman show definitely traversed some peaks and valleys, but in the end it got a lot more right than it did wrong. So with the first season wrapped, the question beckons... Where do we go from here?
As promised yesterday, the trailer has arrived for Chernobyl Diaries, written by Oren Peli, Carey Van Dyke, and Shane Van Dyke and directed by Brad Parker. Along with it come the film's official poster and a more detailed synopsis.
Indie Horror Month Video Interview Part Two: Oren Peli Discusses Sequels, Life Changes, Sticking to Your Guns and More for Paranormal Activity
In Part One of our video interview series with Paranormal Activity creator Oren Peli, we chatted about the challenges of making a micro-budget indie horror movie and how he knew from the moment original co-stars Katie Featherston and Micah Sloat met that he had something quite special.
Rob Zombie's at it again, posting behind-the-scenes photos from The Lords of Salem that don't tell us much about the film itself, but everyone involved sure seems to be having a good time in the editing bay!
Some big news has come in regarding just who will be penning the script for Paranormal Activity 4, and while the name may not be familiar to many of you, given his connections to Paranormal producer Jason Blum and the horror franchise's creator, Oren Peli, it makes perfect sense. Read on for the details!
Warner Bros. plans to release the trailer for horror-thriller Chernobyl Diaries, coming on Memorial Day weekend, tomorrow, March 16th; and to whet your appetites a bit, they've shared the first still from the flick, which of course we have right here!
Indie Horror Month Video Interview Part One: Oren Peli Talks the Ups and Downs of Making Paranormal Activity and More!
In 2006 former video game programmer Oren Peli embarked on an ambitious career change: Inspired by the 1999 found footage flick The Blair Witch Project, Peli cast up-and-coming actors Katie Featherston and Micah Sloat for his own found footage fear fest - Paranormal Activity.