It’s in Catalan so I have no idea what’s going on, but since it’s a news broadcast about the filming of REC 2 from back in November, I imagine it’s the usual light fluff that doesn’t really tell you a helluva lot about what the film’s about.
Say what? A sequel to the 1961 z-grade cult favorite The Beast of Yucca Flats? Really? No joke?
All right, I will admit it’s a pretty cheap-ass teaser for S. Darko, the unwanted sequel to Donnie Darko that’s currently in the works, but admit it; you’re fascinated and want to see it anyway.
Rob Zombie dropped the news today that Howard Hesseman has signed up with him for his upcoming Halloween 2. Zombie made the revelation through his Myspace blog (the modern man's press release medium), and revealed that Hesseman would be playing one Uncle Meat, owner of Uncle Meat's Java Hole.
The Feast films are an interesting lot. Fans have either loved them or hated them. Me? I loved the blissful carnage associated with a guy in a rubber monster suit running rampant through the deranged mind of director John Gulager. With the third chapter in the series, Feast III: The Happy Finish, right around the corner, we got the lowdown on what to expect to find on the DVD.
Is it just me or is the only thing MySpace is good for anymore is updates on Rob Zombie’s Halloween sequel? That’s sure how it feels to me as of late, but then I’m bitter so what do I know?
For the contingent out there who have been dying for more information on Strangeland: Disciple, the sequel we last told you about last week, Dee Snider has dropped all sorts of information about it in the laps of Fangoria, and we’re sharing it with you.
It was only a matter of time before some news surrounding the fourth Resident Evil film would rise to the surface. What is it? Who's directing it? Will we have to suffer through another Paul W.S. Anderson screenplay? Well, some of those questions have been answered today.
We’ll have to consider this pure conjecture right now, but the Canucks over at HorrorMovies.ca got word from a reliable scooper that Silent Hill 2 is still in the planning stages and looking to shoot in Toronto.
**UPDATE: The boys at Arrow in the Head got some more info on the sequel, so get over there and check it out! Needless to say my wish about Anderson not writing it didn't pan out...**
One would think that a trilogy of movies detailing the emo war between vampires and werewolves would be enough, but oh no. Underworld creator Len Wiseman talked about where he wants to see the franchise go now that the trilogy is complete.
With Rob Zombie's Halloween 2 quickly becoming a reality, little bits of news have trickled out here and there such as casting announcements, etc. How about some real details?
Reviewed by Nomad Starring Rhona Mitra, Billy Nighy, Michael Sheen, Kevin Grevioux Directed by Patrick Tatopoulos