We've spoken endlessly about Sam Raimi's long awaited return to horror Drag Me to Hell and for good reason -- it kicks all kinds of ass! And a kick ass movie deserves a kick ass poster does it not?
It's out with the "barely" old and in with the brand spanking new for the upcoming Matthijs van Heijningen, Jr. helmed prequel to the John Carpenter classic The Thing.
Hell, if you would have told me 30 years ago that the kid who played Richie Cunningham on "Happy Days" would grow up to be one of the most influential and important directors of our time, I'd have called you crazy. Yet, that's exactly what happened with Ron Howard, and now lucky for us horror geeks he could be ready to tackle some tentacle-laden goodness!
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring Justin Long, Alison Lohman, Adriana Barraza, Chelcie Ross Directed by Sam Raimi
Now, I don't know about you but I'm ready to consume as much of Sam Raimi's return to horror, Drag Me to Hell, as I can get leading up to its release date of May 29th, 2009. Good thing the film's website has gone live!
Oh what a glorious day! First the Drag Me to Hell trailer debuted, and now we have a bunch of hi-res stills from the movie for you to dig on!
The positive buzz among those in the horror community who have seen Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell has been pretty overwhelming. Now, finally, the rest of the world can get a taste of what's in store for them.
Leave it to STYD to find a batch of conceptual pieces by makeup FX artist Rick Baker online at ZBrushCentral. Do they provide an early look at star Benicio Del Toro's change from mild-mannered Lawrence Talbot to the creature known as The Wolfman? We won't know for sure until later this year, but in the meantime they sure do make for some fun speculation!
** UPDATE: Sony has won the bidding war. Rejoice!** Ever heard the term “spiritual thriller”? I hadn’t either, but Variety used it today in their story about a new book called Angelology, the debut novel by Danielle Trussoni (pictured), which is in the midst of a bidding war between Sony, Warner Bros. and Universal that could last into the weekend.
You knew it was inevitable as talk has been steadily circulating for the past few months about Universal's prequel to the 1982 John Carpenter masterpiece The Thing. Well, a director and writer have officially been named.
Well, I'm jealous; today we confirmed that Chris Nahon’s Blood: The Last Vampire is getting released in the UK before it sees the light of US cinemas. I’m not whining, it just seems like we should be getting it at least around the same time as our brothers and sisters across the pond, no?