Though it shouldn’t be surprising in the least, THR reports this morning that Summit Entertainment has officially snatched up the rights to Stephenie Meyer’s three Twilight sequels: New Moon (review), Eclipse (review) and Breaki
Even though the steaming carcass of poo known as Saw V is still haunting some theatres, Lionsgate is dead set on continuing the franchise whose best days seem to be over. So set in fact that they've announced an official release date for the next chapter.
It seems like it’s been forever since we’ve heard anything about a sequel to Cloverfield, even though the money it made during its theatrical and home video run makes it a no-brainer for the studio. Director Matt Reeves recently talked with MTV’s Movie Blog about it and gave some reasons why we’ve not seen anything yet.
Ready for Alma's next rampage? You know you are! But what can we expect this go around through her world of bleeding ceilings and clone warriors? To find out we sat down with Principal Game Designer, Craig Hubbard!
Reviewed by Mr. Dark Available for Xbox 360 (reviewed here), Playstation 3 & PC Developed & Published by Bethesda Softworks Oblivion with rocket launchers.
It’s not what one would call “news”, per se, but it’s an update from the world of Uwe Boll so don’t pretend you’re not fascinated by it. You’re only lying to yourself if you do. During his annual AFM chat with Andrew Kasch, the Mad German revealed that he is still planning on shooting Bloodrayne 3 at some point in the near future, and he does plan on it still taking place during WWII which, you may recall, is when the first game was actually set.
Andrew just dropped a quartet of promo stills from Shinya Tsukamoto’s Nightmare Detective 2 in our laps, and we’re happily ready to share ‘em with you. They’re pretty damn freaky if you ask me, but anyone who’s seen the first Nightmare Detective shouldn’t be surprised. No word on when or how the sequel will be out in the States, but when we know, you’ll know!
With the impending release of The Zombie Diaries (review here) hitting DVD in a few days, co-dir
Did you miss Brett Sullivan's The Chair (review here) when it hit DVD a few months ago? Well you better get cracking because a sequel is now on the way, which you can read more about right here. We've now got a much cleaner look at some early art for it from this year's AFM!
More sequel news has come down via AFM, this time from STYD, confirming that a sequel to 30 Days of Night is in the works. I really hope no one is surprised by that. Word is that Steve Niles will be writing the screenplay with Ben Ketai.
Kasch just called in from AFM with some good news for those of you who dug Brett Sullivan’s Ginger Snaps 2 follow-up, The Chair (DVD review); Sullivan and writing parner Michael Capellupo are currently writing a sequel, which is being called The Chair 2: Ressurrection of Crowe.
The first still from Romero’s next zombie opus, which we’re now officially referring to as Island of the Dead until we’re told otherwise, showed up on Halloween over at USA Today, of all places, as well as a bit
Creepy just checked in with us from the Halloween 30 Years of Terror convention going down in Pasadena, CA with some news direct from Malek Akkad about the sequel to Rob Zombie’s Halloween!
With the next 8 Films to Die For just around the corner, we decided to see if we could dig up a Halloween snack for you guys to whet the old appetite! Of course we succeeded!