The Movie Reporter, IESB.net, unearthed this interesting nugget – Universal Pictures has picked up the rights to Dark Horse Comics’ The Secret under the exclusive three-year partnership the two companies entered into in early 2008.
Ted “Theodore” Logan is no stranger to the horror genre. He’s starred in Bram Stoker’s Dracula, The Devil’s Advocate, and Constantine (among others).
Soon. Very soon. Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell is just right around the corner and as a result all sorts of goodies have been popping up. Next at bat? The third TV spot!
Just a few scant hours ago we told you about Guillermo del Toro Helping to Bring Us Mama, a feature film based on what had to be a very special short film. So ... how would you like to see the short for yourself?
Two new TV spots for Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell popped up online today that prove without a shadow of a doubt that even nice people go to hell!
What makes Guillermo del Toro so special? It's not just the fact that he's one of our genre's most visionary directors. The truth is that no matter how successful he is, or how big he gets, he's always willing to help people trying to break into the biz. Case in point: Andy and Barbara Muschietti's latest horror film for Universal, Mama.
I did a Dread Central April Fool's Day story a few years back touting Paul W.S. Anderson as writing/directing a remake of Videodrome. Today I get to do essentially the same story, only this time the remake is for real, and if nothing else, at least we can take pause in knowing Paul W.S. Anderson will not be involved.
The MPAA laid down the official rating for Sam Raimi's much anticipated return to horror Drag Me to Hell today, and it's bound to get some fans' panties in a bunch.
These terrible things quite likely involve the creative mind of Greg Nicotero, a monster maker of daunting credits who also worked with Raimi in the second and third Evil Dead films. “This is back to basics for Sam,” Greg told us. “We've got possessed characters, we've got some rotting corpses.”
Sam Raimi returns to the horror genre with Drag Me to Hell, a demonic scare-fest with gags, spooks, and old school monsters.
This technically isn't new news since it was announced this past June but since I just learned of it the other day I thought I'd pass along the info anyway to those like me that haven't already heard. Believe or not, Universal Studios Hollywood is planning a Creature from the Black Lagoon stage musical.
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!