Exactly seven years ago, NYC auxiliary police officer Nicholas Pekearo and his partner, Yevgeniy Marshalik, were shot and killed in the line of duty. At the time Pekearo was just getting his footing as a novelist, and now his posthumously published The Wolfman is heading to the big screen.
It's taken a few episodes to find its footing, but Daniel Knauf's recent spin on "Dracula" has finally come into its own, making for some great TV with a classic character. Universal is obviously pleased as well because they're ready to let Knauf sink his claws into another of their iconic characters.
We admit it. We're not always right. In fact, like everyone else sometimes we miss the mark by a mile. Still, one man's trash is another's treasure, and in that spirit we'd like to take this time to poke a little fun at ourselves and look back at some of the reviews we get no end of shit for.
Words alone cannot fully express to you how long I've been hoping to write this news story. If there's one thing that Blu-ray has been missing, it's a nearly thirty-foot aquatic eating machine with rows and rows of razor sharp teeth. Oh,mand some classic monster movies. Looks like all that is about to change.
Sometimes movies get made that just don't live up to expectations. No matter how you slice it, a lame duck is nothing more than that ... a lame friggin' duck. Or in this case a lame wolf. Read on for some amusing insight.
Even though it's yet to be given an official title, though we kind of like Untitled Werewolf Thriller, Universal's follow-up to its dud of a wolfman flick, 2010's The Wolfman, is already beginning to snarl!
We’ve been following the progress of Universal Home Entertainment’s new Wolfman/Werewolf sequel/reboot since it was announced this past summer. It appears we can now report that casting has begun, and a shooting date is imminent.
Oh, Japan. We love your resiliency in the face of tragedy. We love your strange fascination with tentacles, and most of all we love your nothing short of outrageous films. Yet another monster-filled tale is on its way from the Far East, and we've got your first look at Kaibutsu-Kun right here!
The first details concerning Universal's sort of follow-up to the disaster that was their recent Wolfman reimagining, Louis Morneau's Werewolf, are here. Read on for the details.
So Universal planned a sequel to The Wolfman until the expensive remake didn’t exactly light the world on fire. Then word came that the sequel script was being reworked into a stand-alone movie tentatively titled Werewolf. Now we know who will step in for Joe Johnston for this non-sequel sorta reboot.
If you follow the horror genre at all, then you know that winning a Saturn Award is akin to taking home Oscar gold (since horror is generally overlooked by the Academy Awards, this year notwithstanding), and the prestige of taking home that golden symbol of all that is great about our beloved genre is an achievement that is definitely worth celebrating.
The 37th Annual Saturn Awards show is history, and we've got all the details on the winners and more! Read on for the gory details, and big time congratulations to everyone who took home that precious, precious gold!
A while back we reported on Universal Home Entertainment enlisting Michael Tabb to write a sequel to their awkward reboot, The Wolfman. However, it now looks like the studio maybe taking an altogether different approach.
Tremors? Nightbreed? Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat? 976-EVIL? Are all on the list this year. And though there were not huge horror wins in sound editing through screenplays, the Technical Awards never cease to bring out the horror veterans.
The last time Universal tried rebooting The Wolfman, the film turned out to be more of a whimper than a howl. Still, you can't keep a good ghoul down, and that's not stopping the mighty studio from trying to reboot the franchise yet again. That's right ... again.