With Warner Brothers unleashing Wrath of the Titans onto Blu-ray and DVD tomorrow, we wandered the great home video labyrinth and found this exclusive behind-the-scenes clip to share with you! Now if only we could find a way to get rid of the harpies that followed us home.
Alfred Hitchcock's Dial M for Murder is not only getting own October 9th Blu-ray release courtesy of Warner Brothers, but it's coming to us in 3D. And believe it or not, it's not a conversion! Read on for the details.
Let's face it; trying to cram all of the horrors of Stephen King's It into one film is a herculean task that was kind of doomed from the get-go. So much would be lost. Thankfully cooler heads have prevailed over at Warner Bros. Read on for details.
I know, I know... tacky title; but it's Friday, a holiday weekend, and we're kind of giddy. In any event, THR reports that Warner Brothers has another new genre project on its way called The Wind, and you can read on to be blown away!
Interesting rumors are coming in. A week or so ago news came that Warner Brothers was looking to bring Lobo to the big screen. Then a few days ago Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson hinted via his Twitter account he'd be playing a DC Comics character on the big screen. And now the third piece of the puzzle is here...
The next feature in Warner Bros. proposed Titans trilogy, Wrath of the Titans, is coming home to DVD, Blu-ray and Blu-ray DVD this June, and we've got the first details and artwork for you right here. Dig it!
Today, people, is a very good day. A day we've been anticipating for quite some time. Warner Brothers has officially unleashed the madness and mayhem of both Gremlins and Gremlins 2: The New Batch on Blu-ray, and we have a couple of clips and the skinny on the extras. Dig it!
Fans of the Nightmare on Elm Street re-do (all two of them) and A Haunting in Connecticut will be happy to hear that a very familiar young face on the horror scene has joined Beautiful Creatures.
Sometimes news comes that has us grinning from ear-to-ear. This is exactly one of those times. The mere thought of dinosaurs tearing up L.A. is truly enough to warrant a wet dream. Maybe even two wet dreams. No, really. Here's hoping they start by taking a shit on the 101.
In the world of sometimes needless comic book adaptations, there have been two absolute sins. One - the fact that we're still waiting on a good movie based upon Spawn and two - DC Comics' Lobo hasn't gotten any love. Thankfully one of those two things is about to change.
There's some quick casting news coming in for Beautiful Creatures: The previously announced Jack O'Connell has dropped out of the film due to scheduling conflicts and will be replaced by Alden Ehrenreich.
We reported earlier about Warner Brothers getting into the low budget/high profit horror arena with Primal Pictures, and now we have some pretty nifty casting news for a little flick called Hidden!
Can Perseus and company find cinematic redemption with this sequel to last year's insipid remake of Clash of the Titans? We came, we saw, and we've got your review hot and ready! Dig it!