As I'm sure you can tell from the amount of stuff we've been posting lately, we have covered the hell out of Comic-Con 08. The best part? We're still not even close to done.
And the Comic-Con video coverage keeps oozing onto your PC screens! Next up -- exclusive cast and crew interviews from Alexandre Aja's latest fright film, Mirrors!
There's no doubt that Universal will have this pulled down quickly!
More hard work from Andrew Kasch and Buz is available today! Here is our latest San Diego Comic-Con footage, this time featuring the cast and crew of Darren Bousman's Repo! The Genetic Opera (review)!
Our intrepid reporters were not only running around Comic Con like mad men and women turning in stories this past weekend, but they took the time to chat up some famous people on camera, too! First up is an interview with the men behind the Friday the 13th remake!
Another amazing figure came out of Sideshow’s display at this year’s Comic Con and while we’ve been saying they’re all badass, and they are, this one is just ... Damn.
Of all the images Nomad got with his camera walking around Comic Con, I was really surprised to only see one of this amazing statue coming soon from Sideshow. It’s Dracula throttling Renfield, which I’m sure he deserves, and as you can tell it’s a thing of beauty.
I’ll admit it, I’ve never been a big fan of the Species films. The premise is great; hot alien chick comes to Earth to mate and kill, but the execution never really stuck with me. One thing I can’t say I didn’t like, though, was the creature. This was truly a work of art!
Sideshow Collectibles usually has one of the biggest booths at Comic Con every year, so much so that you could almost call it a living area rather than a booth. But since they continue to make such kickass toys year after year, they’re fully deserving of it.
Here we go! Kasch and Buz are hard at work putting up all the video they shot at Comic-Con this past week, and here's the first one!
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...