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A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Andrew Niccol's Adaptation of Stephenie Meyer's The Host

MTV News visited the set of Andrew Niccol's big-screen adaptation of Stephenie Meyer's first adult novel, The Host, last month and brought back a behind-the-scenes peek at the film along with a few more details about what we can expect when it hits theatres on March 29, 2013.

Exclusive New Images from John Penney's Shadows

More eye candy has come our way, this time non-AFM related, so we're feeling pretty good about bringing it to you! What we have for you here are two new images from the new film from John Penney, who has worked on such classic films as The Kindred, The Power, Return of the Living Dead, and Return of the Living Dead III, entitled Shadows.

First Look at John Penney's Spooky Looking Shadows

Longtime fans of the genre should be familiar with the name John Penney, who has worked on such classic films as The Kindred, The Power, and Return of the Living Dead and Return of the Living Dead III. The man is back, this time in the director's chair, with a new feature film entitled Shadows, and we've got your very first look!

First Stills and Sales Art - The Countess

One of history's most intriguing figures is Elizabeth Bathory, whose nickname, the "Blood Countess", refers to the legendary accounts of her bathing in the blood of virgins in order to retain her youth. Acclaimed French actress Julie Delpy has taken on Bathory's persona in The Countess, which she also directed. It's been about a year since the trailer made its way online, but now with Cannes in the air the first stills and early sales art have come to light.

A Trailer for Julie Delpy's The Countess

One of history's most intriguing figures is Elizabeth Bathory, whose nickname, the "Blood Countess", refers to the legendary accounts of her bathing in the blood of virgins in order to retain her youth. Acclaimed French actress Julie Delpy has taken on Bathory's persona in The Countess, which she also directed.

SDCC 08: Alex Proyas' Dracula?!

Andrew Kasch just checked in with a Dark City: Director's Cut update and news about future projects from Alex Proyas.

Dark City, Bright DVD

If you're in the camp who believe Alex Proyas' Dark City was severely underrated compared to the Hot Topic nightmare known as The Matrix, then you are not alone. The late '90s release of Dark City on DVD was less than what we fans hoped for, and a decade later we're still waiting for justice.