While we're all still pretty shellshocked over the fact that Doug Bradley will not be back to play Pinhead in the latest flick in the Hellraiser franchise, Hellraiser: Revelations, the flick is still forging ahead and building its ca
The next film in the Hellraiser franchise is moving along at a breakneck pace. So far we know that "La Femme Nikita"'s Peta Wilson has already signed on to the cast and that Doug Bradley will not be back as Pinhead.
There's been talk of a Hellraiser remake for several years now, and throughout that time many different names had been associated with it. Unfortunately (or fortunately depending on how you're looking at it) things never worked out and the project laid dormant. Yet, now a new standalone film is apparently on its way.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Dean Cain, Steven Waddington, Lucy Brown, Louisa Clein, Louis Johnson, Laia Gonzales Directed by Victor Garcia
Now that Mirrors 2 is hitting DVD and Blu-ray via Twentieth Century Fox on October 19th, 2010, the behind-the-scenes goodness has been coming hot and heavy. Today's dosage? Three new images, one totally exclusive! From the Press Release:
It was last March when first got the word that Mirrors 2 would be hitting DVD and Blu-ray via Twentieth Century Fox on October 19, 2010. But it wasn't until recently that the specs were revealed. Read on for the details, which include the first Stateside release of the Korean film Into the Mirror, on which Mirrors 2 is based. From the Press Release:
Alexandre Aja's Mirrors was hit or miss with fans, and we can only hope that Victor Garcia's follow-up will hit more of the marks that fans wanted it to. If only there was a trailer out there that could whet our whistles. Speaking of which ...
Aja's Mirrors was hit or miss with fans, and we can only hope that Victor Garcia's follow-up will hit more of the marks that fans wanted it to. We'll get the chance to judge for ourselves soon enough!
This scribe co-hosted last night’s Screamfest LA ‘Night of Mayhem’ mixer at the hipster hangout Kung Pao Kitty in Hollywood, CA, and brought back a slew of photos as well as release info and word on a couple of flicks you may be interested in.
This scribe just got in from a quick visit to the set of Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment’s just-wrapped Mirrors 2, and while I can’t spill much yet regarding the Baton Rouge, Louisiana production (although horror fans can expect scenes featuring disembowelment, nudity and decapitation, among others), I can provide you a series of behind-the-scenes pics (see ‘em below), as well as an update on the Victor (Return to House on Haunted Hill) Garcia directed feature.
Lesley Chen of Fox Home Entertainment provided us with a plot synopsis and casting news for the company’s sequel to last year’s Alexandre Aja-helmed Mirrors. Titled Mirrors 2 and directed by Victor (Return to House on Haunted Hill) Garcia from a script by Matt (White Noise 2) Venne, the planned direct-to-DVD film is currently shooting in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and stars Nick Stahl, William Katt, Emmanuelle Vaugier, Lawrence Turner, Stephanie Honore, Christy Charlson Romano, Jon Michael Davis, Evan Jones, Wayne Pere, Lance E.
Another sequel no one is clamoring for, Mirrors 2, is apparently proceeding full steam ahead, and today some details were revealed including the film's director and a brief outline of the storyline.
Details are sketchy, but thanks to the Freefall Films website, we learned today that both the Terror Train remake and a new project called Slaughter (which has nothing to do with the film by the same name that played as part of After Dark's Horrorfest III) are gearing up for production.
Getting excited for the next 8 Films to Die for? Hot on the heels of our exclusive look at the Butterfly Effect 3 poster comes another one for the film Slaughter!
Remember that screenplay that won the Slamdance competition to get made into a film by Maverick Red, Slaughter? For a while it was a big deal, with Shawnee Smith signed to star and Victor (Return to House on Haunted Hill) Garcia on board as director. Then ... nothing.