Though some would say that films like Blade 2 and Hellboy aren’t the best examples of the man’s work, no one would argue that The Devil’s Backbone is a beautifully made film made about a dark time in Spain’s history.
As with almost all issues of Rue Morgue, a great cover is chosen, one that works because it’s so simplistic and striking. Though I always want some Gary Pullin art on the front of my Rue, I’ll take
When you finally get to see Guillermo del Toro’s latest masterpiece, Pan’s Labyrinth (opening in select cities today, wide on January 19th), and once you get past the amazing creature effects done to actor Doug Jones (listen to our interview
Certainly looks like the UK will be getting White Noise: The Light a while before we do; considering the film doesn’t even have a release date nailed down here yet. I really wonder why, it’s not like the first did
Check it out; The Weinstein Co. just released what is likely the final poster for Grindhouse (via Rope of Silicon), even though the movie’s not out until April. I shudder to think, then, how much more Grindhouse stuffage will be
We all know that, come about January 3rd or so, the festivities of the season have more or less worn off and generally we’re left with that empty, sad feeling because there’s just nothing left to do between now and
Now this is some very cool DVD news indeed! Davis DVD found out that MGM finally has plans to release the cult favorite Night of the Comet on DVD come March 6th!
No disc details have been thrown out there yet,
Today we received word from filmmakers Michael Roesch and Peter Scheerer that their latest horror outing, Brotherhood of Blood, is in its final stages with the sound mix being completed at Herold Studios.
"After months of post production, it’s great to
Following yesterday’s story about the Dutch release of a 2-disc Steelbook edition of Mike Mendez’s The Gravedancers (read it here), Mendez dropped us a line with some interesting information that I hope it’s not too late to convey to you
You’ve been hearing about Pan’s Labyrinth (review) for months now, with more and more people seeing it and realizing what a truly brilliant film it is and what a master its director, Guillermo del Toro, is at what he does.
"The annual selection of films to the National Film Registry involves far more than the simple naming of cherished and important films to a prestigious list." That’s from the mouth of Librarian of Congress, James Billington (wow, he even sounds
A week or so back I did a story about yet another new production from The Asylum designed to serve as a direct-to-DVD knock-off of a theatrically released film. I got an e-mail shortly thereafter from Asylum mainstay Leigh Scott,
Masters of Horror has been on winter break like the rest of the world for the last few weeks, but on Friday, December 29th, it shall make its return with a new episode directed by series creator Mick Garris, "Valerie
I really hope you guys are sitting down for this one! Warner Bros. released new stills from all of their 2007 movies today, and among them was the first look at Eric Valette’s remake of Takashi Miike’s One Missed Call,