Reviewed by Melissa Bostaph Starring Tiffany Shepis, Edward Furlong, Lance Henriksen, Tony Todd, Rick Baker Directed by Josh Eisenstadt
UPDATE: BLY director Seth Landau got us up-to-speed on the revised guest list for the Dark Delicacies signing. Dan Roebuck is out, but in his place comes Jeff Dylan Graham. Jeff has appeared in a number of horror pictures aside from BLY, including 100 Tears and Beyond the Dunwich Horror.
There have been rumors about a new Candyman movie, be it remake or sequel, since the last film crawled its way to home video almost 10 years ago. Most recently a remake has been the talk of the town, with one theory being that Sony wanted to make Candyman a white boy, as insane and missing-the-point as that idea would be.
After a little bit of digging, the sick geniuses behind Netherbeast Incorporated (review), The Ronalds Brothers, have just handed me another scoop of dirt and this time it’s straight from The Graves!
We are pleased to reveal the next batch of guests confirmed for this year's Rock and Shock, which takes place in Worcester, Mass., October 10th-12th.
Been a long time since we heard anything about Dark Reel, the film-within-a-film by Josh Eisenstadt that we showed you a whole slew of images from back here.
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring (Dead Riot) Tony Todd, Carla Greene, Nina Hodoruk, Michael Quinlan, Cat Miller (Flesh for the Beast) Jane Scarlett, Sergio Jones, Clark Beasley Jr., Jim Coope, David Runco
Seth Landau's horror pic Bryan Loves You, based on the true events regarding a cult taking over an Arizona town in '93, has seen its fair share of bad craziness during production:
The man, the myth, the legend; Dan Walton. All right, so his name may not mean a lot to you, but Dan’s well known to anyone who visits horror sites with the kind of untamed gusto that true devotees display, as he’s the driving force behind Upcoming Horror Movies, one of the longest running horror sites out there.
Today we received word that yet more information has leaked around the top secret movie, Bryan Loves You, the story of death and murder at the hands of a fanatical cut.
Every now and the, an indie film will show up on our radar seemingly out of nowhere and catch us by surprise. In this day and age when so many filmmakers want to be followed from the moment their film is conceived till the moment it hits the big screen, it’s nearly unheard for a horror movie to get made without someone online knowing of it.
So the guys who made Bryan Loves You, the movie about a cult who took over a small town in Arizona that stars George Wendt and Tony Todd, must have either hit a nerve with a group of people or are tying to play it out like that for media purposes. Either way it’s a pretty smart tactic to get attention.
I'd read some early stuff about Tim Sullivan’s follow-up to his ultra-gory debut, 2001 Maniacs, but it seems like a lot has changed since those days, all for the good.
Bryan is your friend. Bryan is sane. He wants nothing but the best for you. You see, as the title implies, Bryan Loves You. The folks behind the indie movie Bryan Loves You just dropped us a line with three (count ‘em three!) new posters for the film (check ‘em out below) as well as the exclusive news that a tagline has been chosen for the movie; "Meet Bryan, please. Bryan is good." Now if that’s not ominous, I don’t know the meaning of the word! Which I do!
Aside from all the returning regulars to Tim Sullivan’s upcoming sequel to 2001 Manaics, currently titled 2001 Maniacs: Beverly Hellbillys, the folks over at Horror Yearbook have learned some new & cool casting bits from the Weekend of Horrors.