There are quite a few prolific writers in the horror genre ... and then there's The Vampire Diaries scribe L.J. Smith, who recently finished the third chapter of her The Vampire Diaries: The Return trilogy, entitled Midnight, and has also agreed to pen a new trilogy, for which she's already finished the first book, Phantom.
Boy, it really seemed like there was no life left in the Final Destination franchise after that last movie, but a worldwide gross of $185 million has put Warner Bros. on the proverbial fast track. What have they come up with so far? How about an awful title and a potentially awesome opening disaster.
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Connie Stevens, Cesar Romero, Dean Jones, Virginia Gregg Directed by William Conrad
1965's Two on a Guillotine was finally released on DVD for the first time this week by Warner Brothers, and to celebrate the momentous occasion, they've provided a clip and still for us to share with our readers.
Its release date is still up in the air, but some new stills from The Factory starring John Cusack and Jennifer Carpenter have shown up online, and we have them for you here.
The day has finally come. The live action version of the stellar comic book series Jonah Hex has found its way into theatres, and we've got the scoop on whether or not you'll be blown away or shot at with blanks.
It's been a while since last we spoke about Warner Bros.' big screen adaptation of the Japanese novel by Hiroshi Sakurazaka, All You Need is Kill, but with time comes interest from interesting directors.
Before he became famous as the "Fatman" in TV's "Jake and the Fatman", William Conrad was a fairly prolific director, and one of his best films (to this woman anyway) was 1965's Two on a Guillotine, which is bowing on DVD for the first time on June 22nd.
To further celebrate the release of Jimmy Hayward's Jonah Hex in theatres on June 18th, Warner Brothers has released several more clips from the film to whet your spooky old west whistle.
To celebrate the release of Jimmy Hayward's Jonah Hex in theatres on June 18th, Warner Brothers has released the first clip from the film for you fans who like your wild west exploits with a touch of the supernatural.
Okay, so the The Clash of the Titans remake was about as flaccid as a newly castrated eunuch, full of wooden performances, nonsensical fight scenes, and a plot thinner than tracing paper. Certainly they can do better with a sequel, right?
One flick we would have loved to have covered a bit more extensively is the post-apocalyptic flick The Book of Eli, but alas, despite its badassery there just weren't enough horror elements in it for us. Still, that doesn't mean we won't take this opportunity to provide you with a chance to win a copy!
The time has nearly come! On June 18th Jimmy Hayward's Jonah Hex will be riding high on the big screen and we'll get to see if its worth saddling up for. To celebrate, we've got a wagon full of new images for you!
For weeks and weeks we've been talking and of course speculating on who was gonna be the main man to help get the Final Destination franchise back on track. Well the wait is now over ...
Even Corey Feldman admits it ... Lost Boys 2: The Tribe sucked, but not in the way that everyone was hoping for. With the third one on the way Feldman spoke candidly about the sequel and why this time he thinks they have it right!