The story of Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever is a strange one indeed. According to director Ti West Lionsgate seized control of the sequel and recut the film without his approval. West was going for a John Waters feel or Todd Solondz style (which I assume means lots of perverse sex and disgusting bodily fluids), but the studio had other ideas.
Could it be? Could it really be? After the abysmal Saw V it seems that the sixth entry into this once flailing franchise gets things back in order and back on the fast track to Thrillsville! Stranger things have happened!
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring Tobin Bell, Costas Mandylor, Shawnee Smith, Shauna MacDonald, Devon Bostick Directed by Kevin Gruetert
Halloween weekend is fast approaching. Pumpkins? Check! Costume? Check! New Saw film? Check! Rob Zombie's Halloween II? Ch... What the hell?
Despite the tagline for Saw V, audiences left theaters last year with only one thing to say: “I can believe how it ends.” But one year and another Saw later, the creators insist that fans will be much happier with the new installment.
Moments after the report came in that actors Mia Kirshner, Diora Baird, Rhys Coiro, Harold Perrineau, and Monique Ganderton had joined the cast of 30 Days of Night: Dark Days (the follow-up to 2007's vamp thrill-ride 30 Days of Night), the series’ writer and producer Steve Niles called this scribe to confirm the news (we held off on running this until Sony signed off) and also to provide us details on the flick’s plot, shooting schedule, and more.
The fourth TV spot for Kevin Greutert's Saw VI has arrived just in time to usher the film into theatres tomorrow. Are you ready to start playing games?
Certainly the Saw series has its fair share of diehard fans, but if anything is ripe for spoofing, it's Lionsgate's annual "never say die" installments of the franchise. And that's exactly what talk show host Jimmy Kimmel and his trusty sidekick Guillermo have done in their own version of Saw VI, entitled Boo!
Just a few scant hours after the announcement of the change in the film's title, we've gotten our grubby blood-soaked claws into three exclusive new images for you from Tim Sullivan's newly retitled 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams! Get ready for the South to rise again -- ever so violently!
Come this Friday Jigsaw will be up to his neck once again in the blood of others who have wasted their lives, and to celebrate the ever-so-violent passing of these worthless sots, we've got a contest cooking to hook you up with everything you need to witness the violence in style!
Just in time for AFM a little title change has gone on concerning Tim Sullivan's follow-up to 2001 Maniacs. The subtitle The Beverly Hellbillys has been ditched, and in its place we now have Field of Screams, making the full title for anyone not playing along 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams.
Sometimes we sit on things for a while until they're ready to be uncorked. Such is the case with the following interviews we recorded at the SDCC '09 with Saw VI stars Betsy Russell and Costas Mandylor!
We haven't been especially excited about the 30 Days of Night DTV sequel, 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, but now that some casting news is trickling out, we admit to being at least a bit more curious. Read on for more details.
Not sure how we missed this story earlier in the week, but it did break the day after the Reaper Awards, so you can't blame us for moving a little slowly. In any event, it looks like The Twilight Saga: Eclipse has found its Lucy, Canadian actress Kirsten Prout.
The official Japanese one-sheet for The Decent Part 2 (review here) appeared online today with a surprising lack of cutesy characters and other miscellaneous tentacle-related strangeness.