After four days of guest blogs from author Joe R. Lansdale, the time has come to reveal the details of the contest tie-in for his new book collection The Complete Drive-In.
It's time for the final installment in our four-day guest blog from author Joe R. Lansdale, and today the topic is one that's near and dear to many drive-in movie fans' hearts: Popcorn!
One of the key features of Joe R. Lansdale's The Complete Drive-In is that two movies are playing at the Orbit Drive-In in the novels: Night of the Living Dead and The Toolbox Murders. Today Joe's guest blog discusses them both.
It's Day Two of the lead-up to our contest involving Joe R. Lansdale's The Complete Drive-In, and today Joe's guest blog revolves around how the series changed his life for the better.
To help promote Underland Press' recent release of the Joe R. Lansdale collection entitled The Complete Drive-In, we'll be running a pretty cool contest starting on Friday, May 21st. Leading up to the contest's kick-off, Joe will be guest blogging each day this week, answering questions pertaining to the book.
Lots of goodies are hitting DVD and Blu-ray this week including the better than it should have been Saw VI, the second installment of Matt Pizzolo's Godkiller: Walk Among Us, Frank Henenlotter's return to form Bad Biology, and our pick of the week, Canada's claustrophobic Pontypool.
The idea of a sequel to the remake of Toolbox Murders has been kicking around for a while without any movement. However, it seems now that things are progressing rather nicely, and there's even a bit of casting news to speak of!
Just a few days back we told you guys about the possibility of Toolbox Murders 2, which was apparently being written by Jeffrey Reddick (Day of the Dead redux). The story came from Fangoria, so of course Reddick got in touch with them to set the record straight:
Here’s a project I never expected to hear about again: Toolbox Murders 2, the sequel to Tobe Hooper’s 2003 remake of the 1978 original. Fangoria got to chatting with long-time second unit director and FX vet Dean Jones recently, who revealed that he’ll be helming Toolbox 2, possibly as early as May.