When I first started working on my novel, I felt as though the horror genre hadn't utilized werewolves to anywhere approaching their full potential. That was almost three years ago (five if you count the short story I wrote in college), and I’m only now just putting the finishing touches on it. Of course, currently it seems like every other genre book out there is spinning a good old shapeshifter yarn. Guess I’ll have to go faster next time.
HBO's terrific "In Treatment" is becoming quite a springboard for genre actresses. First there was Mia Wasikowska as the new Alice in Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, and now we have the equally talented Alison Pill joining Olivia Thirlby for Jack & Diane, a picture about two teenage girls who fall in love -- and as a result turn into werewolves!
Potential plotlines for a fourth installment in the Underworld franchise have been floating around since January, 2008, when the head of Lakeshore said confidently Underworld 4 “would carry on where Kate [Beckinsale] and Scott Speedman left off after 2.″ Now that Sony Screen Gems has given the project the green light, we'll see if he was telling the truth.
Visitors to Summit Entertainment's official New Moon site can now get an extra dose of Edward, Bella, Jacob, and the rest of the gang thanks to the launch of the studio's first viral marketing campaign for the franchise, The World of Twilight.
During the San Diego Comic-Con we had a chance to sit down with Toby Whithouse, Russell Tovey, Lenora Crichlow, and Aidan Turner, the creator and stars of "Being Human", a witty and thought-provoking look into the lives of three twenty-somethings and their secret double-lives … as a werewolf, a ghost, and a vampire, respectively.
Who doesn't love themselves some Sid Haig? As you know, the Captain has a new werewolf film coming out really soon, Dana Mennie's Dark Moon Rising, which also stars Max Ryan, Maria Conchita Alonso, Billy Drago, and more. To celebrate the film nearing release, we have several images of big Sid doing his thing for you guys to dig on!
Just yesterday we brought you the goods on House of the Wolf Man, and today the trailer surfaces! Wanna get even more excited? You certainly shall!
One of our eagle-eyed readers sent us a heads-up about a new installment in the Wolf Man saga entitled House of the Wolf Man that is being filmed in and around the Los Angeles area with Sick Girl (review here) director Eben McGarr pulling double duty as the film's writer and director and Lon Chaney, Jr.'s grandson, Ron Chaney, starring as the titular character.
Good news, everyone! If you haven’t yet had your fill of Twilight by way of Stephanie Meyer’s books or the fledgling movie series starring Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner, you can add a series of Manga-style comic books to your collection. Now you can have the sparkling fervor of these beautiful creatures in full anime glory!
Things have been relatively quiet from Summit Entertainment's New Moon camp lately, but it looks like that's about to change come August 14th, which is when the film's next trailer is set to debut.
It appears that Warner Bros. is actively looking for a writer to tackle a new approach toward the much beloved classic Teen Wolf. No surprise, really, but it still hurts a little.
”So, a werewolf, a vampire and a ghost all live together in a house …” If that premise sounds like the beginning of a joke, it’s because it is … sort of. BBC America is gearing up to debut Being Human, a horror-comedy about three twenty-somethings, each of whom happens to be a supernatural being.
Whenever we do a story about Twilight or its upcoming sequels, we inevitably get inundated with comments from hardcore horror fans demanding more Twilight news. More Twilight, you all demand. Know who else can't get enough Twilight?