All right, it’s time to celebrate the independent spirit and show those who stood up and kept working during the Writer’s Strike how much we appreciate them. How can we do that? By checking out Strike TV, which went live today and features, among many other original short programs, Tom Holland’s “5 or Die” (pilot review).
The sickos over at Icons of Fright have fulfilled their promise of delivering more “pirate” commentaries today with not one but two exclusive commentaries for Tom Holland’s classic Fright Night!
If you were one of the legion of fans who picked up Child’s Play: 20th Birthday Edition (review) last week, I’m sure you noticed one glaring omission from the disc: anything from director Tom Holland!
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Catherine Hicks, Chris Sarandon, Alex Vincent, Brad Dourif, Dinah Manoff Directed by Tom Holland
You may recall a few weeks back we showed you a clip from something called “5 or Die”, which was sent to us without any real information backing it up as to what the hell it was.
I’ve been hearing about this weird project for a long while now; it’s a series of 10-minute “webisodes” done specifically for viewing on your computer by various talented people in Hollywood, one of them being Joss Whedon.
I missed the whole thing, something I’m kicking myself for now, but I hear the Fright Night panel at Fear Fest 2 was, in a word, epic.
I don’t necessarily know that these online petitions for special edition DVDs work, but they sure can’t hurt. The one thing that prevents a studio from putting out re-released SE’s of any DVD is their concern no one’ll buy it, so if they see fans clamoring for an SE of, for example, Fright Night, maybe they’ll finally make it happen.
With Dread Central and Pit of Horror's second annual show just a few months away, the news keeps on coming! Hold on to your asses, folks! Master of horror, Tom Holland, has just joined the ever growing line up of ghouls and goodness that will be Fear Fest 2.
There's no doubt director Tom Holland has given us loads of goods over the years. Classics like Child's Play, Fright Night, etc. With his new project,