Darren Lynn Bousman’s MOTHER’S DAY remake is completed, and although the director had hoped to have a trailer ready, fans have to be content with a few new stills he released. You can give ’em a look below.
Having had a lifetime fascination with large bodies of water and immersing himself in them, it’s probably no surprise that Andrew Traucki, co-writer and -director of the excellent, naturalistic horror film BLACK WATER, would drift out to sea for his follow-up feature THE REEF (see some new, exclusive pics below). For what might be the second part of a possible trilogy, and a film that has been completely financed by advance sales, Traucki has constructed a story involving a group of five whose boat capsizes in the middle of the ocean, leaving them adrift without communication—and subject to the attention of a massive shark.
The indie UK horror production INBRED is causing some controversy in its scheduled shooting location of Thirsk. Residents of the town fear that the movie, which involves locals with the titular condition, will lead viewers to think it’s based on fact.
While it hasn’t caused quite the same debate as the new NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET, Matt Reeves’ remake of the well-received Swedish film LET THE RIGHT ONE IN has sparked some serious online discussion. Reeves recently talked about his redux of Tomas Alfredson’s movie, titled LET ME IN and coming from Overture Films October 1, and a second official photo has been released.
There isn’t a U.S. release date yet, but the Japanese action-horror flick SAMURAI ZOMBIE—written by VERSUS/THE MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN director Ryuhei Kitamura and helmed by popular actor/filmmaker/action choreographer Tak Sakaguchi—is heading for DVD release in the UK. The cover art for the film, a.k.a. YOROI: SAMURAI ZOMBIE, is now on the web.
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