We have to wait until the fourth quarter of 2014 before they get here, but Gentle Giant has two awesome new figures heading our way that zombie fans won't want to miss: an 18" Daryl Dixon Statue and a Venom Zombie Mini Bust.
Oh, Blue Underground. We love you so! The company that has delivered some of the horror genre's more crazed moments is back with a lineup of double feature DVD's to kick off the new year! Read on for details.
The thought of Chronicle director Josh Trank doing a movie based upon the monstrous creature known as Venom has had us giddy. However ... it looks as if that project, should it even happen, will just have to wait!
If director Josh Trank proved anything with his film Chronicle, it was that he's very capable of making a superhero/supervillian the right way. Who better to direct a tale revolving around one of Marvel's most evil characters, Venom?
We hate to be the bearers of bad news, but word has come that Scottish actor Nicol Williamson has died in Holland at the age of 73 from cancer. Apparently he passed just before Christmas, but the news is just now getting out.
There’s a part of me that wants to compare the new rattlesnake revenge thriller Venom to the 1977 flick Orca. That film had a killer whale seeking retribution against the whaler that murdered its mother, and this new film has a rattlesnake hell-bent for revenge against the motorist that ran over its mate.
Okay, before you get all excited, a little clarification ... we're not talking about Venom from Spider-Man, we're not talking about the band Venom, we're not talking about the car, the limited edition Nike basketball shoes, or even the crappy 2005 flick of the same name. No, this is an entirely different beast.
Variety reported today that Gary Ross (Pleasantville, Seabiscuit) is following up his rewrite of Spider-Man 4 with writing-directing duties on a solo spin-off movie based on the Marvel villain Venom that got shoehorned quite awkwardly into Spider-Man 3. I ask this in all honesty: Does anyone care about a Venom movie?