One of our most anticipated films of the year, Rec 2, is getting set to make its English subtitled debut at this year's Toronto International Film Festival (September 10-19, 2009), and to celebrate the unleashing of Jaume Balaguero and Paco Plaza's latest effort onto the world, two new stills have hit the Net.
Some news about the proposed sequel to 30 Days of Night surfaced today regarding the person who will be helming the film and whether or not star Melissa George will be back. Curious? You know you are.
The (almost) final weekend box office numbers are in, confirming our earlier report that David R. Ellis' The Final Destination had emerged as the champ in its battle against Rob Zombie's Halloween II. The numbers? $28.3 million (a whopping $9,079 per screen) for TFD (no doubt benefiting from its 3D price bump) and $17.4 million (a much smaller average of $5,754) for H2.
We're guessing Texas wasn't exactly a great location for jungle landscapes because 20th Century Fox film scouts have headed to Hawaii to find a few choice locales for its Predators to roam around in.
In what seems like a reaction to Halloween II coming in third at the box office this weekend, Bob Weinstein has announced to the LA Times that a new sequel is already on the way. One that is free of Rob Zombie and to be shot in 3D.
It's official. The Final Destination (review here) has taken the #1 spot at the box office, beating off The Shape and the Basterds (man, that sounded dirty). Judging by the numbers, lots of you have already seen the film's stars dispatched in all manner of nasty ways ... but have you heard what they had to say about the experience?
Hey, horror fans! Last night was the red (or in this case black) carpet premiere for The Final Destination 3D, and Heather Wixson was on hand to get you an exclusive look all the excitement from the Mann's Theater in Westwood.
Neil Marshall dropped a great film on us with his spelunking gone completely awry horror opus The Descent, and now its sequel looks set to savage us once again. Can it fill the very big blood-soaked shoes left behind by Marshall? Check out the trailer, and tell us what you think!
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring Bobby Campo, Nick Zano, Shantel VanSanten, Haley Webb Directed by David R. Ellis
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring Scout Taylor Compton, Tyler Mane, Malcolm McDowell, Danielle Harris Directed by Rob Zombie “Fuck! Fuck! Fuck! Fuck! Fuck! Fuck!”
We're just a few minutes away from midnight here on the West Coast, and the PR machine for Rob Zombie's Halloween II is not done yet! You should have known they'd have one last trick up their sleeves: a hop on the motion poster bandwagon just in time for the film's nationwide release.
A new picture from Rob Zombie's Halloween II surfaced online today, and surprise!, it's not from Zombie's MySpace page. Instead, it was posted on Twitter by Scout Taylor-Compton, aka Laurie Strode herself.
Few things get me as excited as movies that feature giant monsters wrecking cities. Though the film has taken more than its fair share of criticism, for me Cloverfield delivered on the promise of colossal-sized creature action. Here we are two years removed, and a little video has surfaced over on YouTube (where else?) giving us a taste of what could be the next installment of the franchise.
Malcolm McDowell is the man. No one can dispute that. So it’s no surprise that his return to the character of Dr. Loomis is one of the few highlights in Rob Zombie’s Halloween II. Dread Central was on hand with a roundtable of journalists to hear the legendary actor spew his usual brand of wit and sarcasm.
This weekend Rob Zombie unleashes all the gory mayhem, bearded rednecks, and white horses you can stomach! The musician-turned-filmmaker sat down with Dread Central and a great big roundtable of journalists to talk about his craft, his love of horror, and hardships bringing Michael Myers back to the screen.