I'm probably encroaching on Foy territory with this story, but after all his live tweeting last night during the Oscars, I figured he could use a break. Syfy's The Other Side, which we first told you about several months ago, has been given a new name - Ferocious Planet - and a release date of April 9th.
It comes as no surprise that the trailer for RHI Entertainment's Roadkill would quickly pop up online once Syfy announced the Stephen Rea-starring monster movie's April 23rd premiere date. More surprising is that this Syfy movie about hit & run, gypsy curses, and a giant bird of prey doesn't look too shabby.
A monster the size of a mountain? No, a monster that is a mountain. Or is it a monster inside of a mountain that is the size of that mountain? Even afterwatching the trailer for Syfy's Behemoth, I'm still unsure what exactly this tentacled volcano monster is supposed to be.
Know what two things go together perfectly? Jason Mewes (minus Silent Bob of course) and sexy vampires. We're not sure why; they just do! That's exactly what you're going to get, too, when RHI and Vivendi Entertainment release their latest blood-sucking romp, Bitten, onto DVD on July 6th.
Despite the promising looking poster art that was being shown around at AFM a few months ago, the first clip for Syfy's Mothman had made its way online to prove that it's more of the same goofy stuff we can expect from the network. Sigh.
RHI Entertainment just announced that it has another two supernatural films on the way that will be released on Syfy. Somewhere out there The Foywonder nods in approval. Or is that fright? Only time will tell!
With Hellhounds (review here) officially hitting DVD on February 16th from RHI Entertainment, we figured we'd get you geared up by sharing an exclusive clip of the dangerous CGI beasties attacking.
We've waited our whole lives to write that headline. Well, no, not really, but it's still a pretty good one. RHI Entertainment has just released the artwork for its upcoming Syfy Rick Schroder horror vehicle Hellhounds (review here), which will be getting a DVD release on February 16th.
No relation to the awful Mothman Prophecies movie (if you ever read the book, then you know why I just described the film as awful; and if you have never read the book, you should and then you, too, will realize why the film was so lame), Syfy has finally checked off enough other cryptids from its list to make a new film about the Mothman starring a "Firefly".
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Scott Elrod, Amanda Brooks, James A. Woods, Adam Butcher, Ben Cross Directed by Ricky Schroder
They say when you play with fire you're bound to get burned. That's how I feel a lot of the time when I tune in to watch a new Sci-Fi Channel original movie. Their new pyrokinetic thriller Fireball might be the next one to leave me feeling like I've been burnt.
Coming just a few weeks after we showed you the Shark Swarm poster ("Shark Swarm Poster, Full Synopsis!" - November 2007), RHI Films has now updated their official website with 105 pictures from the fish flick. The pics are small and heavily watermarked, but something is better than nothing.