Awww... who's a little bouncing baby Beelzebub? It's you! Well, actually it's the new horror comedy from Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant entitled Hell Baby. Read on for some quickie distro news!
Following its premiere at Sundance, a Q&A was held for Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant's feature film directorial debut, Hell Baby, and we have a transcript of the festivities right here for you. Read on!
With Fun Size set to hit theatres on October 26th, look for lots of new info on the flick to be coming your way over the next few weeks. First up are a clip featuring Chelsea Handler dressed as a Britney Spears schoolgirl and a TV spot titled "Epic Night."
Paramount Pictures just stuck a new poster for Fun Size in our plastic jack-o-lantern candy holder, and we'll leave it up to you to decide whether it is a trick or a treat. Dig it!
The trailer for Paramount's Halloween-themed trick or treat Fun Size is here, and though it's pretty damned light on the spooky, we just cannot resist talking about anything that happens during our favorite time of the year!
Some horror themed yucks are officially on the horizon as the devilish comedy Hell Baby is now officially in front of cameras. Joining the previously announced Leslie Bibb and Rob Corddry are Rob Huebel (The Descendants), Paul Scheer (Piranha 3D), Riki Lindhome (The Last House On The Left) and Keegan-Michael Key (Due Date).
Paramount has dominated the last three Octobers with its Paranormal Activity films, and now it looks like the studio will also be taking out a Fun Size insurance policy to guarantee your Halloween dollars.
Paramount has set a date for its Josh Schwartz-directed horror comedy Fun Size, and rather than sit on it, we figured we'd share! We're okay like that, ya dig? Look for the flick in theatres on October 12, 2012.
More casting news coming in for the Halloween-themed horror comedy, Fun Size! A girl who knows all about being bad has signed up for active duty!
As you may recall, this coming February is "Women in Horror Month", and FEARnet is kicking it off a few days early with the debut episode of its Tea Party Macabre video series. The premise is that they invited some of their favorite women of horror out to tea and let the cameras roll. Included is one of our favorite women in horror, Dread Central's own horrorchick, Heather Wixson.
Sometimes a remake might not be a bad thing. Sure, we've seen plenty of bad ones, made for really bad reasons, but then there are filmmakers out there that just want to improve on an original and sometimes succeed.