Though we still have months to wait before Joy Ride 2: Dead Ahead comes home, that’s no reason not to have an early trailer, right? Right! This time, the story follows a group of friends on their way to Vegas who make the fatal mistake of stealing a car belonging to our friend Rusty Nail after their beater breaks down. Vehicular insanity ensues.
I still can’t bring myself to care too much about the upcoming X-Files 2, but I know you guys do and I’m here to serve.
While I’m not exactly looking forward to The Descent 2 (I refuse to use their weird lettering) without Neil Marshall on board, when he discussed the sequel at Fear Fest he seemed pretty confident that editor-turned-director Jon Harris would do a good job with it. So where does that leave us for The Descent 3?
And the Saw casting news keeps rolling in. Who's the next person set to play in one of Jigsaw's game? Variety reports today that Dexter and Rambo star Julie Benz has just signed on for some blood splattered shenanigans!
Oh yes, there will be blood, and sequels, and traps, and confusion! The Saw franchise has long been one to leave the viewer with more questions than it does answers. Can Jigsaw succeed in carrying the torture torch for yet another three films (despite being dead) starting with Saw V? Lionsgate seems to think so, and since we're talking about a series that revels in surprise, it's impossible to write them off just yet!
In case you missed last weekend's Fear Fest 2, then you wouldn't know anything about the possibility of there being a new Madman film. However, if you were like the fellows over at Icons of Fright, you would have learned something new.
We're starting to get back into gear after this past weekend's Fear Fest 2, but don't think we were just slacking off. While working hard to please horror fans, we here at DC discovered that we had the first posters for the sequel to Joy Ride!
Though we last heard about another Jeepers Creepers movie a few months ago (“Jeepers 3 Confirmed” – November 2007), all has been quiet about it thanks to the Writer’s Strike. Now that it’s behind us, details are emerging on Jeepers Creepers 3 in a big way.
Who couldn't love the first Hellboy movie? Ron Perlman was perfect in the make-up, and the effects got me caught up in the moment. After all that my mind went on a rampage trying to think of all the cool stuff (nerdy fanboy wishes) in the "Hellboy" comics that would be in the next installment. One of my visions actually came to fruition...
Now that it’s been confirmed over and over that yes, The Host 2 will be a prequel, more and more information is cropping up about it, specifically today from Sci Fi Japan, who got a look at the first conceptual sketch from the film.
Though it’s been discussed since before production had even finished on the first film, finally a few very small details have been revealed about The Host 2, the follow up to Bong Joon-Ho’s 2006 monster epic.
The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra was one of those cult movies so tailored to a particular cross section of the cult movie audience that you either really dug it or found it to be a bore. Filmmaker Larry Blamaire's loving homage/parody of 1950's sci-fi monster movies about rigid scientists, obtuse aliens, a lovelorn monster, and a diabolical skeleton plotting to conquer the world is about to get sequalized in The Lost Skeleton Returns Again.
Wow, of all the sequels I expected to be announced in the coming months, I would have honestly never said Screamers 2 would be one of ‘em. Shows what I know!
Still waiting for release news on the Death Note movies here in the States? So are we ... Now we’re closer to another Death Note movie we’ll have to wait for info on, the Hideo Nakata-helmed prequel L, which has been silent for a while, too ("Death Note Prequel Helmer Named!" – April 2007)