The Saw franchise is an unstoppable juggernaut (Saw IV, Wrong Turn 2 Interviews! - August 06, 2007)! Everywhere you turn there's something new popping up about the fourth installment, but don't think the previous chapters are being left for dead.
You thought it was over? You thought you’d seen the last of our video interviews from Comic Con 2007? Are you insane!?!?
From the very first moment that Resident Evil 5 was shown at this year’s E3, along with the building excitement it has been dogged by a harsh criticism: That it’s racist according to the Village Voice.
It’s very strange; over the last two days we’ve been getting an influx of e-mails with links to DVD cover art. I really don’t know where it’s all coming from, but I’ll take it!
Not that I feel it’s anything to be ashamed of, but I’ve never seen the remake of Kyoshi Kurosawa’s brilliant ghost film Pulse, which according to most was one of the worst atrocities of this whole Asian remake trend. So I don’t feel like I missed much.
Word has come out of the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) going on in Santa Monica, California that Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. has announced Silent Hill 5 (working title) for the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system. The game will thrust players into a shadowy world of chaos and terror with atmospheric high definition graphics and an original storyline that sheds new light on the desolate, fog-shrouded town of Silent Hill.
No, not exactly, but it sure is a good sign! Don Coscarelli recently recorded a video tribute to the Alamo Drafthouse, the original of which is sadly closing it's doors, but before he gets to talking about the Drafthouse (and dies a horribly ironic way) he's watching something very interesting on the monitor. Check it out:
Some more good news for you today, though it’s a few days late: Superhero Hype learned that principal photography on Hellboy 2: The Golden Army has officially begun!
I'd read some early stuff about Tim Sullivan’s follow-up to his ultra-gory debut, 2001 Maniacs, but it seems like a lot has changed since those days, all for the good.
Not that it’s ever been in much question, but a little official information never hurts. Variety announced this morning that Brendan Fraser has just signed the deal to return to his role as Rick O’Connell in the upcoming Rob Cohen-helmed Mummy 3. A bit suprising is the word that Rachel Weisz, who played his wife Evelyn, will not be coming back on board. But then, she has other work lined up...
We're still anxiously awaiting news regarding a U.S. release of Shusuke Kaneko's two amazing Death Note (review) films, which pumped some much needed life back into the J-horror scene last year.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, "reports of Rider Strong's death in Cabin Fever have been exaggerated." What that means for fans of the film is that Strong's character Paul will indeed be returning in the sequel, Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever, along with the strangely endearing Deputy Winston (Giuseppe Andrews).
Our bombardment of Hills Have Eyes 2 coverage continues today with another look behind-the-scenes of the making of the sequel, this time in the form of a chat with cinematographer Sam McCurdy.
Does the world need another Mummy movie? Especially one directed by the mad genius behind The Fast and the Furious? Universal seems to think so! If the report that showed up over on TMZ are true, that is.