Damn you, Gore Verbinski. Damn you. The man behind the U.S. remake of The Ring, which I grant you wasn’t as bad as we had feared, has been attached to produce a redux of another Asian favorite: Bong Joon-Ho’s The Host (review).
Man, Universal just doesn’t know when to let a monster die. They milked the Tremors franchise for four movies and a TV show, and now there’s talk that they’re planning yet another film.
Not much is known about the upcoming game from EA that may or may not be called Dante’s Inferno when it hits the game market next year, but Universal has outbid three other studios to make sure they’ve got their hands on the movie rights for it so it’s got to be something pretty special.
Much like his plans for a retelling of Frankenstein in a new and interesting way, Guillermo del Toro wants to make sure that his version of Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde is both faithful and its own beast altogether.
Good news today for those of you waiting for more information on the Guillermo del Toro-produced adaptation of David Moody’s novel Hater; Universal has brought on The Orphanage helmer Juan Antonio Bayona to direct the film, according to Variety.
The Strangers are coming home to DVD and Blu-ray in just a few short days, and to celebrate their *ahem* arrival, we're giving away some pretty cool stuffage!
MTV Overdrive now has your exclusive first look at the trailer for The Unborn, the latest horror movie from David Goyer, which you can check out below.
Good news for those of us sick of remakes: Guillermo del Toro’s not planning on once again adapting Mary Shelley’s classic novel to the big screen when he finally gets around to doing Frankenstein, only one of the dozens of projects he’s attached to work on when The Hobbit is done. I’ll allow him to explain:
While doing the touristy thing at a recent Universal Halloween Horror Night, intrepid reporter Ryan Rotten managed to snap some pics of the promo art Universal had on display for one of my most anticipated remakes of next year, The Wolfman.
Hundreds of thousands of votes were cast, and now the winner of the first annual Halloween Horror Nights Short Film Competition has been chosen! It’s called “The Prank”, and it comes to you from William C. Howard of Fort Worth, TX.
When I heard that Universal Orlando wasn't sticking with last year's theme of Jason, Freddy and Leatherface, the first thing that ran through my mind was “Uh oh…” Bringing the New Line horror icons to Halloween Horror Nights was a big plus for fans as we'd always wanted to run through Camp Crystal Lake or Freddy's house, so we were
Today IGN got the lowdown on what we can expect from the three different version of Hellboy II: The Golden Army on home video we told you about earlier this month, but we had no idea just how long the list of supplements would be for those willing to fork out a few extra bucks on November 11th.
There was a movie about a decade ago called Hijacking Hollywood that featured a movie-within-a-movie that was a soulless, megabudget, Hollywood special effects extravaganza version of Moby Dick. Now here we are ten years later and that in-joke is about to become a reality.