You can always depend on Lionsgate to roll out some low budget horror movies to DVD, and this coming February won't be any different. Already announced for the shortest month of the year are a supernatural Western shooting for a Grindhouse feel and a direct-to-DVD sequel nobody except for the management at Lionsgate asked for: Dead Noon and Are You Scared 2.
You know, rarely do I get excited about sequels. I loved the Ju-on movies, but for whatever reason, even with creator Takashi Shimizu at the helm of the American remakes, they still felt kind of stale. With the upcoming release of Ghost House Pictures' The Grudge 3 from Sony, some interesting surprises have been popping up. The latest one? Gone is the PG-13 rating, and in its place the MPAA has granted this third U.S. entry an R rating, the first in the franchise's history.
I've made no secret of the fact that one of my most anticipated films of early 2009 is Patrick Lussier's My Bloody Valentine 3D and no, it's not just because of Jensen Ackles' participation. Although it certainly doesn't hurt that we'll have a chance to see him stretch his wings a bit and portray a character other than Dean Winchester for a change.
While I do wake up in a cold sweat sometimes with thoughts of a fourth Resident Evil movie rolling around in my brain pan, I’m usually able to get back to sleep realizing that the fourth movie isn’t a sure thing (yet) but Resident Evil 5, the game, is on its way.
The third and fourth installments of F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin Behind-The-Scenes are now online for your consumption, so we're doing our civic horror-loving duty by pointing you in the right direction!
So the rumor mill keeps on churning concerning Halloween 2, the sequel to Rob Zombie's re-imagining of the once great franchise; and it seems like RZ could be coming back for another round of Myers madness.
Paramount Home Entertainment sent over a look at the artwork and specs for the first three of the upcoming Friday the 13th DVD re-releases featuring a revamped look that is light years better than their previous revamped take on their last F13 box set. My head hurts.
As if the 2007 revisionist take on Richard Matheson’s classic I Am Legend wasn’t enough, Ain’t it Cool News is reporting what the upcoming prequel/sequel might be about.
Thanks to a $70.6 million opening weekend, the teen protagonists of vamp romance Twilight will definitely be returning for at least one sequel.
It's amazing how quickly things work sometimes. Just yesterday we pointed you in the direction of the first in a series of behind-the-scenes videos for F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin, and now today the good folks at Warner Bros Interactive have yet another tidbit of gore-drenched goodness to share with us!
Man, Universal just doesn’t know when to let a monster die. They milked the Tremors franchise for four movies and a TV show, and now there’s talk that they’re planning yet another film.
Though I know he was kidding, at one point in an interview done by Fearnet with Saw VI director Kevin Greutert, he mentions he hopes there’s a breatkthrough in time travel technology so they have a good way to bring back Shawnee Smith’s character, Amanda. That’s about what this series needs to get me back in theaters for it.
The time is almost here for Alma to once again haunt our bits of digital entertainment like only she can! To celebrate Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has released the first in a series of behind-the-scenes videos for F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin.
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.