This morning the guys at AICN had an interview with Paul Giamatti up in which he announced that Ron Perlman was looking to fill the blue suede shoes of Elvis Presley in Don Coscarelli’s Bubba Nosferatu. We told you about it cause we love you, and now we have official word from Bubba Nosferatu writer Stephen Romano on the casting!
Back in 1990 the bizarre horror film Baby Blood (review here) freaked out a lot of people who were expecting some kind of run-of-the mill killer baby film. The story involved a cruel circus owner whose pregnant wife became infected with some kind of evil creature that demanded blood.
I just don’t know how I feel about Ron Perlman in the shoes of The King, or the shoes of Bruce Campbell for that matter, but according to a recent interview with Paul Giamatti over on AICN, that’s who’s interested in filling out the jumpsuit for Bubba Nosferatu.
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In a way, I am really looking forward to Patrick Lussier's take on My Bloody Valentine. His Dracula 2000 was loads of cheesy fun, and this time around he has the whole 3D gimmick on his side; there is little that could go wrong here.
Man, with all the Saw V stuff we’ve been getting lately, you’d think the film comes out this Friday or something. Oh, right, it does. Sorry about that.
December 23rd is the day when we'll all get what we wanted for Christmas: Pulse 3 on DVD! If Pulse 2 (review) taught us anything, it's that some of us would rather get coal this holiday season. Don't blame me for the bad news, look at Fangoria, they broke it.
No "Scream Queens" this time. Instead, how about some real Saw fun?
I know you’ve all been chomping at the bit for more info on Vacancy 2, so I’m glad we can finally give you your first glimpse at it. A reader by the name of “gameboy” dropped us a heads-up that a rough cut of the trailer for the prequel is now online, so scroll on down to check it out!
Warner Bros. Interactive has decided to take the Dead Space route with their upcoming sequel F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin and opened up a community website for the game. To kick the site off, one of the game’s designers, Craig Hubbard, has posted a new blog with new info on why the regenerative health system is gone and the Medkit is back. Check it out right here!
To be honest, Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer was a surprise. Mixing horror with comedy and Robert Englund doesn't always pay off, but for me the only real flaw Brooks had was in the pacing. So, will we get to see director Jon Knautz tighten things up with a sequel? Why, yes!
As if you needed more reason to get excited about Saw V, which hits theaters on October 24th, now you’ll have a reason to stay excited once the film has come and gone, thanks to a little thing called Sawmania!