Trick 'r Treat
It’s not the good news we’ve been hoping for, but it’s close; Over the weekend the folks over at Moviehole talked to Trick ‘r Treat director Mike Dougherty, who gave them a very quick update on the status of his Halloween-set horror flick;
Though we’ve yet to see his debut film, Trick ‘r Treat thanks to some very odd decisions form Warner Bros., director Michael Dougherty is prepping his next movie, an animated adventure called Calling All Robots, and damnit I’m excited for it.
Hey! Remember that flick by Michael Dougherty that we were so excited about this year ("Exclusive: Trick 'r Treat Set Visit!" - April 2007)? Remember when it was supposed to come out this past Halloween, but went missing?
A slew of upcoming horror films have both been given ratings and moved release dates in the last few days. Instead of trying to make sense of it all narratively, I’ve decided to give you all a nice, easy-to-read chronological list! That’s how much I care.
The popular NBC show "Heroes" or its spin-off "Heroes: Origins" don't quite fit into our beloved genre, but Hostel writer/director Eli Roth and Trick 'r Treat writer/director Michael Dougherty sure do!
Wow, Warner Bros. is really happy about Mike Dougherty’s Trick ‘r Treat, or at least that’s how it seems when you look at all the cool stuff coming our way from it.
The first time I ever visited Vancouver was to visit the set of Wrong Turn 2. It was warm, the city was great and we could spend as much time outside as we wanted.
I guess when you’ve got a name like Bryan Singer producing you flick, it’s easy to afford some big name (and big talent) stars.
Some more info has come down the wire about Mike Dougherty’s first directorial effort, Trick r' Treat, which we first told you about here.