There's no doubt Steve Niles is a driving force within our genre with classics like 30 Days of Night, etc., under his belt. With the film adaptation of Wake the Dead looming, it was only a matter of time before some concept art from the film broke. That time is now.
More sequel news has come down via AFM, this time from STYD, confirming that a sequel to 30 Days of Night is in the works. I really hope no one is surprised by that. Word is that Steve Niles will be writing the screenplay with Ben Ketai.
Another Steve Niles title will be seeing its break on the big screen very soon; THR reports that Overture Films has brought on David Gordon Green (Pineapple Express) to direct an adaptation of Niles’ Freaks of the Heartland.
If this is not the most badass thing you’ve seen all day ... you’re having a better day than I am. Image just gave Newsarama an exclusive look at their upcoming Dracula Meets the Wolf -Man, which hits stand this week.
Our fellow sickos at G4TV.com got the scoop direct from Steve Niles regarding The Lost Ones, his exclusive series for Microsoft's Zune player, and to sweeten the pot, they're also running themselves a snazzy little contest!
Do you happen to live in Arizona and think it's just not fair that most of the cool horror shit happens on one coast or another or in the Midwest, leaving you and your fellow desert-dwelling fans high and dry? Well, bitch no more, my friends -- Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith are heading your way!
Our friends at G4TV.com just scored themselves the official trailer for Steve Niles' The Lost Ones, and though it's not straight horror per se, we just had to share as a means to keep up with the genre-machine that is Steve Niles!
This morning's Variety confirmed a story we threw at you on Friday about a live-action adaptation of Steve Niles' Wake the Dead, peppering in a few more details that deemed it re-newsworthy.
It's hard to deny now that the mind behind 30 Days of Night (review), Steve Niles, will Wake the Dead in some form.
"After years of attacks, and several without, the citizens of Barrow have become united against random attacks on their city by the undead. Unfortunately the same does not apply outside of Barrow or the rest of the mysterious Arctic Circle."
Hitting the 2007 San Diego Comic Con is always a psychotic ride for any reporter. For someone covering horror toys for Dread Central, to borrow a line from Slither, it’s like finding a needle in a fuck-stack!
Ah, it’s good to be right! Sony’s 30 Days of Night officially owned the weekend box office with a somewhat strong $16 million debut, easily beating out the Ben Affleck thriller Gone Baby Gone and other cinematic head-scratchers like Why Did I Get Married?
Sam Raimi has been a busy man this year. The director made sure Spider-Man brought in the bucks and he looks to do the same with another comic book-turned-film this year, 30 Days of Night (review). Raimi is acting as producer on this project, but his presence can be felt.