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"Land of the Dead" Trailer Online

For those that haven't seen it already, the trailer for Land of the Dead is now available for viewing online at the following link: http://movies.yahoo.com/feature/georgearomeroslandofthedead.html. Words cannot describe this trailer-it has managed to open up an entirely new dimension of awesome. In other words: mandatory viewing for even the most casual of horror fans. June cannot come soon enough.

"Alien vs Predator" Sequel In the Works

No, it's not your eyesight-you (maybe unfortunately) read that headline correctly. AVP 2 is probably happening. 20th Century Fox co-chairman Tom Rothman had this to say about the sequel:

"In the new ALIEN VS. PREDATOR, they will finally actually really come to our world…It's likely that we will bridge the gap, and the beginning of that will be setting it in our contemporary universe."(read more...)

Ash Gets Groovy in "Evil Dead: Regeneration" Video Game

So a new Evil Dead game has been announced. That makes this the third time Ash (from the housewares section of S-Mart) will fight a horde of Deadites. When I first saw the news, I thought, "Oh, that's pretty cool." What I didn't know, at the time, however, is that the game also allows Ash the pleasure of teaming up with a 3-foot tall Deadite in an attempt to put a stop to Dr.(read more...)

"Freddy vs. Jason 2" -- Maybe Yes, Maybe No

Yes, it just might. Rumor spouting machine and Freddy Krueger himself, Robert Englund, recently spoke to JoBlo.com about why Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash fell through, and what to expect in a future film incarnation featuring the two titular titans of terror. Englund hints at Michael Meyers entering the fray, but who knows if that will happen. To read the interview (which also brings up the topic of a possible "V" miniseries), simply click the following link: http://joblo.com/index.php?id=7389 .

"Halloween 9" May Have Screenwriter

The ninth entry in the Halloween franchise just might see the light of day. Novelist Nicholas Grabowsky (check out his website here: http://www.downwarden.com ) is currently in talks to write the film. According to Grabowsky's site and Creature-corner.com, "Nick is meeting with producers to write the next Michael Myers flick this summer. His ideas are innovative, and go well beyond the story into merchandising and offshoot novels.(read more...)

Ash to Face Herbert West in Comic

There's been a couple Army of Darkness mini-series hitting comic stores within this past year which really have been not all that great due to the fact that they just kind of rehash famous dialouge and situations from the Evil Dead trilogy and bring not many new ideas to the table (and this is coming from someone who would buy and cherish a can of tuna if it had the Army of Darkness logo printed on it), but hopefully things will start to improve for the AoD comics, as t(read more...)

Bettis Casts McKee in "Roman"

Lucky McKee won the attention of a ton of horror fans when he directed the beautifully disturbing film May. Now, not only is the latest film McKee directed, The Woods, arriving soon, but he is also making his acting debut with a feature called Roman.(read more...)

Sci-Fi Originals Coming to the Small Screen in 2005

The Sci Fi Channel is widely renowned for the unique brand of original motion pictures it produces-masterpieces in both script, direction, and visuals.

Okay, so, that's not it at all, but Sci Fi is great for satisfying your corny B-movie craving, and by the looks of their recently announced 2006 lineup of Sci Fi originals, next year will continue their tradition of showing you the most abhorrent-yet-loveable movies since the days of Ed Wood! Here's the list:

* Fire Alien, a tongue-in-cheek film about a fire-breathing alien, produced by William Shatner.

* Gryphon, an epic fantasy about a prince and princess from opposing sides of two warring kingdoms who must join forces to defeat a mystical gryphon conjured by an evil wizard.(read more...)

"Jaws" 30th Anniversary DVD Coming Up the Gulf Stream

Come on, you thought that the 30th anniversary of Spielberg's aquatic terror masterpiece was going to go unnoticed? Yes, that's right-a new 30th Anniversary Edition DVD of Jaws has been announced, along with what the 30th Anniversary moniker will bring to the disc. Observe the special feature specs:

--Deleted scenes and outtakes
--Making of Jaws featurette
--Shark Facts
--Production photos
--Feature on the marketing of Jaws
--Feature on the world's reaction to the film

Obviously, it'll be the ultimate DVD for the Jaws, Spielberg, and/or great movie completist when it is gracefully placed on store shelves this June 14th. I know it'll be on my wish list.

"Hatchet" a Slasher Actor Bonanza

If you're a fan of the classic slasher franchises A Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, and Candyman, then this news tidbit is most certainly for you. You see, there's a new film going into production called Hatchet, and not only will it feature the fan-favorite actor that portrayed Mr.(read more...)

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