Twilight, oh how the little girls scream for it. Twilight, oh how their boyfriends will hate it. Twilight, oh how tired I am of it...
Alex Proyas (Dark City) had many of us wondering just what he was going to do with the Dracula name when he spoke briefly about the project at SDCC 08. Indeed Mr. Proyas has great vision, but what could he bring to the vampire world that we haven't already seen before?
I know Syxx usually likes to handle all the Twilight news himself, but as a belated birthday present, I thought I'd give him a break and cover this update.
John Moore, the director who showed up with an almost shot-for-shot remake of The Omen a few years back before going on to (possibly) redeeming himself with a badass Max Payne film, thinks we’re all being way too serious these days.
Just got some good news from the folks at Unstable Ground that a feature film version of their cool vampire short film “Ending the Eternal” is on its way.
News flash! Teenage girls all over America have been shitting themselves with anticipation over the big screen adaptation of the phenomenon known as Twilight! As a means to quell the messy epidemic, Warner Brothers has bumped up the release date for the Catherine Hardwicke film to November 21, 2008, instead of in December as originally planned.
Those of you out there who just can’t stand the wait for Alan Ball’s “True Blood”, the vampire show coming to HBO this fall, you’re going to love this; Daily Motion just got a very cool exclusive from the show, a news report that details just how vampires went from being creatures in the shadows to functioning, accepted members of society.
Now that Lost Boys: The Tribe (review) is out on DVD, the world can finally get a chance to see just how bad it is. Only problem; it seems people are saying they don’t think it’s that bad and that Corey Feldman actually does a good job in it. Are you kidding me? So of course talk of Lost Boys 3 has to start up already.
The Underworld films actually improved from the first to the second, so one can only hope the third will follow suit. The directorial debut of effects man Patrick Tatopoulos, Underworld: Rise of the Lycans, goes back to the beginning of the feud between the vampires and the werewolves.
During Comic Con, David Goyer got to chatting with a lot of people about the various projects he’s involved in, talking up his next directorial effort The Unborn more than anything else.
Of all the images Nomad got with his camera walking around Comic Con, I was really surprised to only see one of this amazing statue coming soon from Sideshow. It’s Dracula throttling Renfield, which I’m sure he deserves, and as you can tell it’s a thing of beauty.