We've been wondering just how bloody John Dowdle's Quarantine would be. Thanks to a new red band trailer, we have a better idea.
Both Nomad and Tristan just checked in with updates from both the Rogue press junket and Tristan’s time with Wes Craven during the roundtable. Subjects ranging from the Last House on the Left remake to Craven’s return to writing and directing, 25/8 were covered, so let’s get to it…
Paul Bartel's Death Race 2000 is one of my favorite films from the '70s. It outranks even Star Wars on my list, and I'm a hardcore SW nerd. So, of course, my heart sank when I heard Paul W.S. Anderson was taking the name and bringing his "bigger means better, especially with Predator claws" attitude towards the film.
Uncle Creepy just called in from Comic Con with a full description of the Friday the 13th teaser, which made a surprise debut at the show. On the right you can also see a first look at the remake poster, which is suitably creepy and cool. Ready for the description? Here we go...
Yesterday we asked Nomad to go track down a good image of the poster for Patrick Lussier’s My Bloody Valentine 3-D redux at Comic Con, and as always he delivered in spades!
As Comic Con rolls on, the boys over at STYD got their ears tuned to two somewhat sad and disturbing bits of info; the remake of Suspiria is still moving forward, and a prequel to I Am Legend is in the works.
Tristan just got out of The Wolfman panel at Comic Con (lucky bastard) and came back with both good and bad news.
Now this might go down in history as one of the worst ideas in Hollywood history; remaking The Rocky Horror Picture Show. I mean, seriously, is this necessary? The original has been annoying me since it was released in 1975, why do we need another take on it?
New Line is making its move to bring the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise back into the limelight. THR reports this morning that Doom and Wolf writer Wesley Strick has been brought on board to author the script that will re-invent Freddy Krueger for the 21st Century.
In the year 2000 a Japanese zombie action epic called Versus exploded onto the scene, thereby putting director Ryuhei Kitamura on the map of just about every horror fan who knows their stuff. Now he's ready to give us Westerners a Versus of our very own!
The Rotten One over at STYD scored himself a hi-rez copy of the photo that's set the interwebz on fire with speculation, hatred, and anticipation!
Considering all the elements Michael Bay employs in his blockbuster films, we're pretty sure this is legit.
Less than a month to go before Alexandre Aja's Mirrors hits theatres with Kiefer Sutherland as the lead. The ghosts are pissed and want revenge on the living in the most nasty of ways via any and all reflective surfaces. Yeah!