While Jonah Hex didn’t do much to ignite the box office this summer, we definitely didn’t have to wait all that long for a home video release as Warner Brothers has announced a Blu-ray/DVD release for mid-October.
With the remake of Clash of the Titans and The Losers hitting Blu-ray around the same time we thought it only right to give a way a couple of pairs of each! Sound nifty? Cool! To win one of the two Blu-ray prize packs consisting of Clash of the Titans and The Losers simply send us an E-MAIL HERE with your name and address and we'll handle the rest! Clash of the Titans Synopsis
With the sun having set on the fifth season of one of the most kickass horror shows ever, "Supernatural", it's only natural that some spin-offs start popping up.
The power of Christ must have compelled the paparazzi to be at the right place at the right time to get some stills from the shooting of The Rite up on the 'Net for us prying eyes to sample. Yeah, they're not much to look at but hey, it's a start right?
There's some more shuffling coming out of Warner Brothers today, and we have all the new corrected release dates for your horror fare to keep you lovable sickos up-to-speed!
Sometimes things need to be tweaked to get the proper kind of rollout into your blood-hungry claws! Good thing you have us kickin' around to keep you up-to-date as to when you're gonna see what!
Yep. The Clash of the Titans remake. For the life of me I still can't put my finger on how a film with so much going on could play so hopelessly lifeless. Despite lackluster reviews and fan reaction, Warner Brothers is officially out to try and make things right.
One superhero whom we feel never really got a fair shake on the big screen is DC Comics' Swamp Thing. Yes, Craven's film (let's not even talk about its sequel) was pretty good for its time, but with such a cool and complex character, there's so much more that could be done. When it comes to complexity, you've got to give the nod to director Vincenzo Natali, and recently he spoke about possibly taking the reins behind a new film starring big green.
So we haven't really covered Warner Brothers' latest big screen adaptation of Sherlock Holmes starring Robert Downey, Jr., and Jude Law, but that is NOT going to stop us from giving away the DVD to a few lucky winners!
What once was old is new again, at least as far as movies based on video games. Universal is developing an Asteroids movie. Fox is developing a Missile Command movie. Producers have been trying to get a big screen Joust and Pac-Man movie off the ground for years now.
Twilight. The Lord of the Rings. Harry Potter. "True Blood". "The Vampire Diaries." There are so many book series out there looking to attain the level of success that those titles have had transitioning to both the big and the small screens. Warner Brothers is about to start banking on another one -- Beautiful Creatures.