Just yesterday I told you about over a dozen forthcoming Syfy monster movies. So what's one more? This one is called Unearthed and pits bride of Saw Betsy Russell against murderous half-plant/half-animal monsters.
This past weekend gave us Dinoshark (review here), the trailer for the Syfy bound Dinocroc vs. Supergator just went live, and we're all chomping at the bit for Sharktopus; but what else does Syfy have in store for viewers?
This past weekend saw the premiere of the Roger Corman-produced Dinoshark (review here) on Syfy. Today we get the trailer for another future Syfy flick pitting two previous Roger Corman reptilian behemoths in mortal combat. Feast your eyes upon the stupendous chomp-filled trailer for Jim Wynorski's Dinocroc vs. Supergator.
The Syfy Channel is known for an abundance of reality based shows such as the ninety-five different versions of "Ghost Hunters" and the numerous others that have met with a decent amount of success. Today they announced two new ones are on the way!
Are you a fan of After Dark's yearly Horrorfest? Then we've got some really cool news to share with you guys! Having never played by Hollywood's rules, next year's offering is readying itself to go into a bold and new direction. Strap in, folks! Things are about to get really interesting!
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Eric Balfour, Iva Hasperger, Aaron Diaz, Humberto Busto, Roger Corman Directed by Kevin O'Neill
The first image of Felicia Day as Red, indulging in a much more contemporary horror take on the old Little Red Riding Hood fairy tale, has hit online, and we have it for ya hot lead included!
Hot on the heels of Catherine Hardwicke's proposed take on the Little Red Riding Hood tale comes Syfy's Red with guns spewing silver bullets a blazing!
During the Oscars ten movies were nominated for best picture, and none of them strikes me as a motion picture that will stand the test of time and be remembered as anything truly great. Is it too late for a write-in vote to retroactively award this year's Best Picture Oscar to The Dark Knight or Gran Torino or even go all the way back and give either Jaws, Star Wars, or Raiders of the Lost Ark the high honor they richly deserved? Screw the Oscars, I say. Give me Dinoshark!
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Estella Warren, Rhett Giles, Victor Parascos, Vanessa Gray, Tony Bellette, Peter Cook Directed by David Lister
Around four years ago a new series was greenlit by what was then respectfully known as the Sci-Fi Channel concerning death and the afterlife. Despite the go-ahead, the show never got made (maybe its backers learned of the ridiculous network name change ahead of time?), but now the Steven Spielberg fueled miniseries "Nine Lives" is once again gathering some healthy buzz.
Want to know what the titular monster of Roger Corman's Dinoshark looks like? Want to know how and why a shark gets genetically crossed with an octopus in Corman's forthcoming Sharktopus? Don't deny it. You know you do. Just read on.
A brief little story that I read recently could open the door for a myriad of video game and broadcasting possibilities. The sci-fi channel currently known as Syfy and prolific video game publisher THQ have struck a deal "to develop original properties for use across all media platforms." But where does S.S. Doomtrooper fit into all this, I ask?
Just yesterday you heard the news that legendary b-movie maestro Roger Corman is going to produce Sharktopus. But before that shark/octopus hybrid comes into fruition, there's the matter of Dinoshark, the prehistoric monster shark flick he produced. A premiere date is finally set, and I am sure you will be shocked to know Syfy is where you can see it.
In a move that no doubt has our own Foywonder writhing with anticipation, word came down on Twitter (a strangely viable source of news) today letting fans know that Roger Corman's long rumored monster movie Sharktopus is that much closer to becoming a reality.