Here's some new clips of "Paranormal Activity 2" and it looks like the demons have finally learned how to mess with the video cameras. Maybe they're really elderly demons and don't understand technology. The people who live in the house should ask them to program the DVR and then escape while they try to figure it out.
I love things that are not safe for work, there I said it. Like the new clip from "Hatchet 2" which pretty much has everything a not safe for work clip should have. You're welcome.
Poor Tony Todd, he's been needing work lately what with all his TV appearances and movies and such. Thankfully, he's going to be adding another film to his resume when he returns to the "Final Destination" franchise for the fifth installment.
Paramount has decided they need some original horror projects in their stable as they prepare the new property "School of Horrors". With the writer/director team of George Kay and Jim Field Smith already tapped, the movie is described as "Home Alone" in Hogwarts with it's plot of a young boy left in a haunted school by his parents.
Namco's busy preparing for the release of the old school re-do "Splatterhouse" and this trailer and game play clip promises that the game is going to be a bloody good time.
I woke up this morning thinking, "I sure would love to see a movie about a bunch of Nazi's in a giant take fighting a giant demon". Good thing there's movie in the works called "Panzer 88" about nazi unit in a King Tiger (Read: Big Ass Tank) running into a demonic force on the frozen Russian border!
1883 - After three massive explosions over the previous 16 hours, the volcanic island of Krakatoa suffers a final, inconceivably destructive blast. The noise is heard 3,000 miles away in Madagascar. Two-thirds of the island's land mass collapses into the ocean, and the resulting 175-foot tsunami wipes away 163 coastal towns and villages along the Sunda Straight, killing 36,417 inhabitants.
Oh boy, it's time to get spooky again! The teaser for "Paranormal Activity 2" has hit the nets and people are going ape shit. Or at least I assume they are, I haven't actually seen anyone go ape shit. I've seen apes throw shit but that had nothing to do with a trailer for a movie. I think we've gotten off topic though.
"Saw VI" helmer Kevin Gruetert has been signed to direct "Paranormal Activity 2". Oddly enough, "Paranormal Activity" is the film that unseated Gruetert's "Saw VI" as the King of Halloween this year... and the two franchisees are slated to be in direct competition again this year.
Director Joe Johnston lets slip some tiny details about his upcoming "The Wolfman" remake; mainly that the scary howls you'll be hearing emanate from Benico Del Toro are in fact voiced by rockers Gene Simmons and David Lee Roth.