On display at this year’s Comic Con are a bunch of very cool costumes from the upcoming sequel Underworld: Rise of the Lycans. Of course our man Nomad couldn’t stop taking pictures of what they had on hand, so check it out below!
I never once thought the theatrical future of Underworld 3: Rise of the Lycans was in question, but I guess it was by some parties. If you're among those parties, allow me to calm your troubled minds; the prequel will, indeed, be in theaters. I know this because Lakeshore Entertainment pres Tom Rosenberg told me.
Just a few days back it was reported that a new Underworld movie was getting ready to roll in New Zealand ("Kiwis in the Underworld" – October 2007), but that was literally all the information we had on it.
There are those who love the Underworld series and those who hate it. If you're a fan of the flicks, I've got good news for you -- and it comes all the way from New Zealand.
Starring Jacinto Molina as "Paul Naschy", Silvia Aguilar, Azucena Hernández, Julia Saly Directed by Jacinto Molina Distributed by Deimos Entertainment
What is it about werewolf stories that make it to Hollywood always being the ones with the least amount of bite? I’ll grant you, I’ve not read Kit Whitefield’s Benighted, which takes place in an alternate reality in which 99% of the population are lycanthropes, but something tells me it’s more drama than terror.
I really don’t know how I feel about this story. On the one hand, I grew up watching The Howling; it was one of two primary films that got me into horror in general and werewolf films in particular (guess the other…). On the other, it’s definitely a flawed movie that could benefit from a fresh perspective on it.
Starring Kate Beckinsale, Scott Speedman, Tony Curran, Sir Derek Jacobi, Bill Nighy Directed by Len Wiseman
Reviewed by Straxboy Starring Sean (Soldier) Pertwee, Kevin (Hideous Kinky) McKidd, Liam (RKO 281) Cunningham Directed by Neil Marshall