Summit Entertainment just released images from their 2009 slate of releases and while there’s not a lot of horror on there, it’s still worth showing you guys. Cause, you know, you’re special.
I don’t think it’s a smart idea for Summit Entertainment to fuck with a good thing, box office-wise if not quality-wise, so early out of the gate.
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
Summit Entertainment knows that you guys just cannot wait the additional couple of weeks until Twilight finally comes out, so they’ve decided to try and help ease your pain by allowing fans to get tickets early, and they’ll even give you a song if you do!
The hipsters over at Entertainment Weekly have gotten their virtual hands on the first pics from Christian Alvart’s Pandorum, his sci-fi epic that stars Dennis Quaid and Ben Foster as a pair of crew members who awaken on a spaceship with no knowledge of who they are or why they’re there.
Imagine if you were traveling for a friend’s funeral, already a somber event to say the least, and you just happened to come across a fortune teller who not only identified you as evil, but fingered you as the bringer of the apocalypse.
I'm no fan of Nicolas Cage, everyone who reads the site on a consistent basis knows this, but I am a fan of The Crow and Dark City director Alex Proyas, so I will give him the benefit of the doubt for his latest film, Knowing, which Cage stars in. You gotta take the good with the bad, right?
Yet another change up in the world of Clock Tower, the movie adaptation of the groundbreaking survival horror game from Capcom, came to light today via Variety.