UPDATE: Ah! I was off. The two-disc set isn't going to use some sort of ocular play on words to help push the DVD. Fangoria just put up the artwork for the upcoming release (seen to the right) and the new art for The Eye 3.
Looks like the news we’ve all been waiting for has finally broke; the identity of the new Jason Voorhees for the Friday the 13th remake that’s on its way form Platinum Dunes (it’ll be gritty!)
Though one has to question the necessity of a My Bloody Valentine redux, especially one shot in 3D, I doubt anyone would argue that the casting of Jaime (Sin City) King is a good idea, if nothing else because she's so very easy on the eyes.
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring Joshua Jackson, Rachael Taylor, David Denman, James Kyson Lee Directed by Masayuki Ochiai There comes a point where enough is enough. It may be painful to face, but we’ve run out of options. The choice is now clear: The Movie Gods demand a human sacrifice!
The first bit of casting news has broken for the upcoming Platinum Dunes remake of Friday the 13th and thus far things aren't looking too bad. Cross your fingers and take a deep breath.
Prom Night will be out on April 11th, but I've got a sneaking suspicion that most of the movie will be spoiled by then. The trailer and official site already tell us who the baddie is (“Prom Night Site Lives” – March 2008), so what's really left to surprise us?
With the third entry in Argento's Mother Trilogy, The Mother of Tears (review here), just around the corner for release stateside, yet another remake has been confirmed that is bound to ruffle the old peacock feathers.
How strange that the day I start really looking into info on Kevin (Night of the Demons) Tenney’s latest film, Braindead (more on that later) STYD gets an update on the Night of the Demons remake? Very strange, indeed.
Though it’s now old news that Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan will be doing a page one rewrite on the script for the Hellraiser remake, which is still set to be directed by Inside team Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo, Variety finally got around to officially announcing it today.
Another very interesting name has joined the cast of Universal’s upcoming remake of The Wolfman according to today’s Variety: former Smith and Elf King Hugo Weaving.
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Ving Rhames, Mena Suvari, Michael Welch, Pat Kilbane, Nick Cannon Directed by Steve Miner
As much as I would’ve enjoyed knowing some other fave director of mine was getting the gig, it’s kinda cool that the “underdog”, as it were, seems to have got the gig directing The Wolfman according to AICN.
Never before have I seen or heard of a film get the kind of directorial list that The Wolf Man is getting now that the original helmer Mark Romanek is off and likely crying in a beer someplace.
I really wanted to avoid writing about this shit until we had more solid confirmation, and I guess this is good enough; Brett Ratner is not only in talks to take over The Wolfman after original director Mark Romanek’s hasty departure (“Romanek Off Wolfman” – January 2008), but he’s actually the strongest contender according to