It's a damp, cold October evening in Plumstead, South East London and I'm standing at the side of a deserted cul-de-sac arguing with a bored-looking security guard stood the other side of the fence. I'm here for the shoot I explain, showing him the text I received earlier in the day from producer Ben Grass.
Hammer’s return to horror, Beyond the Rave, is set to premiere on MySpace this Friday, April 17th. It will be shown in small blocks over the course of the rest of the month on MySpace exclusively, so be sure to give it a shot cause it could be a lot of fun...
We haven't done much coverage of the CBS series "Moonlight" other than Melissa's Look at the Moonlight Premiere, but it seems to have developed quite a loyal fanbase.
Though I’m no fan of vampires, I have to say the basic concept of Last Blood is pretty cool. The indie comic is now in the hands of Benderspink, who will be adapting it for the big screen in the coming months according to Variety this morning.
Check it out, ladies and gents: Dread Central has the exclusive first look at the new trailer for the first Hammer film in over two decades, Beyond the Rave!
Magnet, the new genre arm of Magnolia, sure is serious about nabbing new horror before anyone else can. Let the Right One In, the Swedish vampire film we first told you about here, has been scooped up by Magnet for North American release, they reported today.
Just a few weeks back we gave you guys the first word on a new film being produced by and starring The Signal’s A.J. Bowen (“Signal Star Talks Maidenhead!” – January 2008), and today those badasses over at Icons of Fright have the first look at the film’s gorgeous trailer!
Word came in this morning that shooting has officially wrapped on the horror/comedy Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Undead, which we gave you guys the first word on a few months back (“Hamlet Characters Undead!” – December 2007).
Looks like Oldboy and Lady Vengeance director Park Chan-Wook’s search for a leading lady for his upcoming vampire film, now being called Thirst has finally come to an end…
Reviewed by Debi Moore Starring Kirk "Sticky" Jones, Jill Wagner, Neil Jackson, Jessica Gower, Nelson Lee, Larry Poindexter, Emily Hirst Directed by various including Peter O'Fallon, Alex Chapple, Félix Enríquez Alcalá, and Michael Robison
"After years of attacks, and several without, the citizens of Barrow have become united against random attacks on their city by the undead. Unfortunately the same does not apply outside of Barrow or the rest of the mysterious Arctic Circle."
It’s been a long time coming, but I’m happy to say today we can finally debut the triailer for Michael Roesch & Peter Scheerer’s Brotherhood of Blood, the vampire movie starring Sid Haig & Ken Foree!
The good news is that the first vampire film from Park Chan-Wook (pictured, Old Boy, Sympathy for Lady Vengeance) is ready to go; the script is in place, financing is ready and waiting, and he’s got his leading man, The Host star Kang-ho Song. The bad news is he can’t find a woman willing to take the role of the film’s love interest, Tae-ju.