Thomas Jane seems dead set on forging himself a place in horror history, and that's just fine with us as we are big fans. On his next film, Dark Country, which is being shot in 3D, he'll be pulling double-duty as director and star. The movie's looking pretty damned good, too, as you'll see form the stills released today.
Looking for some mutant action? No, not your typical Friday night in New York's East Village; we're talking about the new Thomas Jane and Ron Perlman flick The Mutant Chronicles (review)! The first five minutes of the flick are now available on line, and that means it's time for you to take a gander!
The good folks at Magnet just sent us over a bunch of stills from their upcoming flick, The Mutant Chronicles (review here), and of course we're happy to share!
IGN.com scored themselves an age restricted trailer for the upcoming mutant mash The Mutant Chronicles (review here) and as long as you're of age and don't mind a little mayhem, I suggest you check it out. We don't want to corrupt today's youth or anything like that, ya know?
Hungry for some mutant killing action? Honestly, who isn't? Why back in my day any critter with more than two eyes would find themselves on the business end of a shotgun. Things just haven't been the same since the bomb dropped ... what? Oh yeah, sorry.
With the minor exception of Neil Marshall’s Dog Soldiers, a film making its premiere on the Sci Fi Channel is never a good sign. So I have to say I’m concerned that Eric Red’s return to horror, 100 Feet, has been resigned to that fate.
Let’s say, for argument’s sake, that you’re a heathen. You didn’t see The Mist in theaters and have yet to buy it on DVD (which you can do here). You can start down the long road of redemption by checking out this exclusive clip from The Mist courtesy of Dimension Films!
There's no doubt one of the standout films of last year's After Dark Horrorfest (DVD Box set review here) was Rolfe Kanefsky's entry Nightmare Man.
I've been waiting and waiting for the DVD art to be revealed for The Mist (review), which hits DVD on March 25th (pre-order it here), and this is all I get for my troubles: a slightly tweaked version of the theatrical poster.
The Weinstein Company has finally released the specs for the March 25th DVD bow of The Mist (review), one of the best received horror movies in recent memory. Both a two-disc collector’s edition and a single-disc edition will be streeting on the 25th.
Well, there’s neither art nor specs for it yet, but if Amazon is to be trusted (and why would they lie to us?), at least the DVD release for The Mist (review) has a date; March 25th, 2008 (pre-order it here).
Just over a week before we finally get to see if Frank Darabont’s The Mist (review) lives up to the hype we’ve been giving it since the moment it was announced as actually happening. And yes, I believe it does, though I’ve not seen any more of it than you guys have.