The first official image from Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's latest psychological fear flick Intruders for Universal is here, and we have every single rain spattered pixel of it for you. Get our your umbrellas, kids! Intuders stars Clive Owen (pictured below), Daniel Brühl, Carice Van Houten, Pilar López de Ayala, Ella Purnell, Izan Corchero, and Kerry Fox.
Since the powers-that-be are still using the description of "supernatural" in regard to the upcoming McG-directed Ouija, based on the popular board game, we're going to keep covering it. The latest news is that Evan Spiliotopoulos is set to rewrite the supernatural action-adventure film for Universal Pictures and Platinum Dunes.
So close, yet so very far. Almost a year to the day after funny man and lunatic Zach Galifianakis was attached to the project, he has officially withdrawn from the big screen adaptation of the Dark Horse comic R.I.P.D. (Rest in Peace Department). Sad news for sure. He and Ryan Reynolds together would have been genius.
We've all been waiting patiently to get the goods on Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's latest psychological fear flick Intruders, and after months of scant details they've finally come.
Some interesting Child's Play rumors have reared their head online that just might usher in the return of everyone's favorite potty-mouthed redheaded, murderous doll.
The last time Universal tried rebooting The Wolfman, the film turned out to be more of a whimper than a howl. Still, you can't keep a good ghoul down, and that's not stopping the mighty studio from trying to reboot the franchise yet again. That's right ... again.
Hollywood is a strange place indeed. Some disconcerting news coming in today for horror fans looking forward to Guillermo del Toro's participation in two monster-sized movies, Pacific Rim and At the Mountains of Madness.
Some more comedic star power may just be coming to the live action adaptation of the Dark Horse comic R.I.P.D. (Rest in Peace Department).
The almost good alien invasion flick from the Brothers Strause, Skyline, is on its way home to Blu-ray and DVD, and we've got the skinny on what to expect once it gets here! Look for it in stores on March 15th. Synopsis
While it wasn't the worst thing we've ever seen, Joe Johnston's remake of The Wolfman certainly did nothing to live up to any expectations. So what went wrong? Let's hear from the man himself ...
And the proposed Ouija film finally has its director. And you know what? It kind of makes sense. Follow along with me for a moment if you will.
As a little kid I loved the cartoon exploits of Casper, The Friendly Ghost. It provided many youngsters with some good-natured shivers to go along with the usual kid-friendly fare. The live action film decades later? Not so much! That's okay, though! If at first you don't succeed, try, try again!
Universal executives will have some food for thought over the holiday break as they try and decide just who should be at the helm of their upcoming movie which focuses on the Hasbro board game Ouija, which is said to let you communicate with the other side.
That makes sense, right? A talking board lets you supposedly contact the dead, thereby letting all manner of angry spirits and possible demonic beings into your lives to wreak havoc. Why shouldn't a story about one be more adventurous and less horrifying? Go, Hollywood!
Well, it had to happen sooner or later, and honestly we're shocked that it's taken this long for a remake of Firestarter to get off the ground. Let's just hope it heats up instead of fizzles out.