With its release of the "Killer Cut" of Friday the 13th (2009) this week, Warner Brothers also provided to Dread Central a special behind-the-scenes feature including clips and cast interviews.
It's not much, but as a nice counterpoint to the action shots of Sam Worthington as Perseus that popped up online recently, we now present Gemma Arterton as the priestess Io in Louis Leterrier's Clash of the Titans redux.
It’s a real bummer to see how Warner Bros. is treating Michael Dougherty’s Trick 'r Treat - a movie that many horror fans have been hoping would get a theatrical release one of these Octobers.
From the "FINALLY!!" department (and Fangoria's WOH) comes news that ALL of us have been waiting for.
Now this is how we like to wrap up a Friday! One remake that I'm actually looking forward to is Louis Leterrier's version of the creature-laden classic Clash of the Titans, which is filming as we speak. To take us into the weekend, we now present to you another, much more badass still of Sam Worthington as Perseus. ROCK! Special Features
Most everyone seems to agree that Sam Worthington was the best thing about the recent Terminator: Salvation so there's little doubt he'll be able to hold his own against such heavy hitters as Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes in Warner Brothers' upcoming retelling of the Perseus myth, Clash of the Titans.
Warner Bros. released the official Blu-ray art for the George A. Romero classic Creepshow today, and well ... it's exactly what you think it is, and we're thankful for that. I hate when studios tinker with perfectly good artwork. We're looking at you, Paramount, and your Friday the 13th reissues!
In a little more than a week from now, the machines will rise and Skynet will begin kicking our collective asses. Good thing we have John Connor on our side to level the playing field a bit. To celebrate the fourth film in the Terminator franchise, Warner Brothers have given us several audio interviews with the cast and crew to share with you guys! Dig it!
Ah, murder. So many ways to die. So many ways to interprete death. Where to start? Well Variety tells us that Warner Bros has a pretty good idea for a jumping-off point as they've brought on Alex Holmes to rewrite and direct the feature film version of Jed Rubenfeld's novel The Interpretation of Murder.
The first pictures from the set of Louis Leterrier's remake of Clash of the Titans surfaced online today and though it's nothing too exciting it still gets us all steamy with anticipation!
If you've never checked out the Death Note series, brothers and sisters, you've been missing out. It's easily one of the single most captivating and visually arresting franchises around, and now through the magic of the remake, American audiences will be getting their very own version of the tale.
Remember that picture of Megan Fox from the set of Jonah Hex when she was wearing a bathrobe? You know you all wanted a peek under it! Well, wonder no more! Fox has lost the robe and ... we're kind of fretting for her health!
Warner Brothers and Dark Castle Entertainment appear to be on a genre related roll of sorts, adding to their already rock solid line-up of Orphan and The Hills Run Red with a live action adaptation of the Devil's Due graphic novel The Nye Incidents.
Ok, so we're a little late to the party with these stills. Other sites have had them up all day. A little laziness never hurt anyone. Better late than never, right?
Good news, horror heads! The powers that be over at Warner apparently are NOT shelving Mike Dougherty's highly praised anthology Trick 'r Treat. Notice that I said apparently.