As is usually the case, a remake of a classic horror film (in this case the one coming up from Rogue) means a special edition of the original will make its way to DVD. In the case of Wes Craven’s Last House on the Left, it’s a long overdue catch up.
As Dread Central's resident awards show junkie, I was glad to get an update on this year's Spike TV’s "SCREAM 2008", during which Tim Burton and Wes Craven will receive special awards for their groundbreaking achievements in the horror, sci-fi, fantasy, and comic book genres.
Both Nomad and Tristan just checked in with updates from both the Rogue press junket and Tristan’s time with Wes Craven during the roundtable. Subjects ranging from the Last House on the Left remake to Craven’s return to writing and directing, 25/8 were covered, so let’s get to it…
Last month Max Thieriot shared some plot details about Wes Craven's 2009 horror flick 25/8.
Rue Morgue is showing us Americans how it’s done yet again this year with their 5th annual Festival of Fear, going down this August 22nd–24th, 2008, at the Metro Toronto Convention Center.
The star of Wes Craven's latest horror jaunt, Max Thieriot, spoke recently with STYD, where he cleared up what first appeared to be a very muddled plot of the upcoming 25/8.
Why these weren't pointed out before is beyond me, but this is better late than never.
The lead role for Wes Craven’s return to horror, the awkwardly titled 25/8, has been recast according to The Hollywood Reporter this morning.
The cast for Wes Craven’s next horror venture,25/8, is beginning to take shape according to The Hollywood Reporter, and finally we have a bit of plot we can work with.
Our bombardment of Hills Have Eyes 2 coverage continues today with another look behind-the-scenes of the making of the sequel, this time in the form of a chat with cinematographer Sam McCurdy.
Starring John Saxon, Ronee Blakley, Heather Langenkamp, Amanda Wyss, Jsu Garcia, Johnny Depp, Robert Englund Directed by Wes Craven Distributed by New Line Home Entertainment