Tim Burton’s charming stop-motion remake of his short-film
classic FRANKENWEENIE is the director’s best-reviewed movie since SWEENEY TODD.
Jump past the jump to hear exclusive words from one of its voice cast.
The fourth in the successful string of found-footage flicks
is coming home next month, and we’ve got the details and cover art.
Any day we converse with maverick filmmaker David Cronenberg
is a good day, and after running a brief blurb about Fox’s rejection of his abstract script for a sequel to his 1986
masterpiece THE FLY, the man who made psychosexual body revolution an art form
told us this:
In all my travels to horror events and goings-on, I get
asked one question more than any other: “What is the scariest movie you’ve ever
seen?” One would think that if this is such a common question, I should have
some brilliant answer ready…some perfect title I can whip out and have the
whole room agree, “Yes, this film is in fact scary as hell.”
With mainstream theaters flooded with holiday fare, New York
City’s 92YTribeca (200 Hudson Street) continues to offer up genre goodness over
the next few weeks, including a special appearance by one of horror’s greats.
The name Shawn Macomber may ring some dark bells: The
journalist, writer, heavy-metal enthusiast and horror fan has seen his byline
in a multitude of media. We’re more than a little grateful to have his eerie,
arch Gothic tale “Queeny's Last Run” as one of our ongoing Weird Words 2
Have a read, and prepare for warping…
This past week saw the relaunch of Rebekah and David Ian
McKendry’s web show Midnight Movie, which began as a FANGORIA show on Ustream
and has returned after almost a year on hiatus.
Yes, it’s as lousy as you’ve heard, and yes, it’s just as
awesome. 1964’s ludicrous kiddie sci-fi romp SANTA CLAUS CONQUERS THE MARTIANS
is about as dopey as Christmas movies get, and yet as a cult film, it stands
A pair of documentaries about a couple of very scary
subjects have now been slated for theatrical and on-demand exposure.
Adam Green sounds a little sleepy when Fango speaks to him
the day after his FEARnet comedy series HOLLISTON has wrapped its second round
of episodes. “This season,” he explains, “we started [HOLLISTON] after we
finished photography on HATCHET III, so until last night, I hadn’t really slept
since May—but I never want to go home.
After award-winning festival play and its Chiller network
premiere this past October, the documentary about homemade haunted attractions
is now available on disc.
This past summer and fall, the producers at Foresight
Features shot a trio of genre films in Ontario, all in collaboration with
PONTYPOOL author/scripter Tony Burgess. We’ve got comments from Foresight’s
Jesse Thomas Cook on the movies, with exclusive pics by our own David
Goodfellow from the set of the third to go to camera, SEPTIC MAN.
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