The prospect of a mega budget alien invasion flick based on the game Battleship has been the source of endless mockery ever since the project was announced. According to Nikki Finke, director Peter Berg has been hoping that all the scorn would end once people got their first look at footage from the film. Umm… Nope!
Ever wondered what it would be like to have your Achilles tendon severed by a man eating salad with his bare hands in an Eastern European country? Well, wonder no longer, Gorehounds! Universal Studios Hollywood has announced the newest addition to its Hollywood Horror Nights will be Eli Roth's Hostel: Hunting Season.
Less than a day ago we brought you an international trailer for the upcoming terror tale Intruders. It was dubbed over in Spanish, but now an all new international trailer has arrived, this time in English. Confused? Yeah, us too.
One Week Left For Submissions to Universal Studios Hollywood's Halloween Horror Nights Short Film Competition
A couple of weeks ago we mentioned a great opportunity for you struggling filmmakers out there, that being Universal Studios Hollywood's Halloween Horror Nights Short Film Competition. And I'm sure many of you jumped right up and got your favorite work submitted for the contest. This article is not for you.
This one is mainly for our Spanish speaking fans out there, but you gringos can watch along to the non-English subtitled international trailer for the upcoming terror tale Intruders. Intuders stars Clive Owen (pictured below courtesy of Aullidos), Daniel Brühl, Carice Van Houten, Pilar López de Ayala, Ella Purnell, Izan Corchero, and Kerry Fox.
The first details concerning Universal's sort of follow-up to the disaster that was their recent Wolfman reimagining, Louis Morneau's Werewolf, are here. Read on for the details.
This October ... after standing in line for god knows how long ... visitors to Universal's annual Halloween Horror Nights will finally get to find out just who is human. Read on for details. From the Press Release
UPDATED: San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Werewolf Scribe Michael Tabb and Film Artist Benton Jew Added to Monsterverse Panel on Friday (July 22)
We got word today that a pretty interesting addition has been made to the "Monsterverse Horror Comics Ate My Brain" panel being held at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday, July 22nd: Werewolf screenwriter Michael Tabb.
Attention All Aspiring Directors! Halloween Horror Nights Short Film Competition Wants to See Your Worst
Making your own horror film. The dream of every fan. And we all know we've tried it on some level when growing up, mostly succeeding only in staining our clothes with some kind of red food coloring concoction used to represent the gore we ogled in our favorite films.
So Universal planned a sequel to The Wolfman until the expensive remake didn’t exactly light the world on fire. Then word came that the sequel script was being reworked into a stand-alone movie tentatively titled Werewolf. Now we know who will step in for Joe Johnston for this non-sequel sorta reboot.
The last we heard about the proposed remake of the cult classic Oldboy, it was put out to pasture and not happening. Now a few months later news has come that it wasn't as dead as we originally had thought.
We know that you're excited about seeing the Jurassic Park trilogy on Blu-ray high definition in a few months, and we don't blame you one bit! The prospect of seeing The Lost World: Jurassic Park II's gymnastics sequence in full 1080p is just too good to resist! How about a trailer to further whet your appetite? From the Press Release
Finally! All of the speculation is over. The moment dinosaur fans have been waiting for has arrived! The Jurassic Park trilogy is on its way to Blu-ray high definition, and we have every single detail ready and waiting for you right here! From the Press Release
That's right, kids! Providing those pesky Mayans are wrong with all of their 2012 tomfoolery, you can officially mark off a date for the Robert Schwentke-directed supernatural comedy R.I.P.D. based on the Peter Lenkov comic.
While we're still of the mindset that nothing made by Parker Brothers can actually contact the dead on the other side, we're still really interested in seeing just where the hell a movie based upon a board game is going to go.