More Proof that Something Went Horribly Wrong on the Way to Bringing The Thing 2011 to the Big Screen | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central
sure, the stuff on these vids looks like rehashed stuff from Carpenter's version, but still...nicely done. Shame they left it all out and went w/cgi.
about to watch hellraiser: revelations... the question is, will it suck more than S. Darko?
Don't do it, Luc SkyBomba! :O
well it didn't suck more than S. Darko at least... the new pinhead looks like a cartoon tho.
I've watched all the Hellraiser movies through Hellseeker. Some are pretty bad, but I really like the characters, so they are like a guilty pleasure of mine.
Weird seeing another guy playing Pinhead.
yeah it just wasn't right...
you should check out hellworld, they say it's the worst of the worst. some even say it's worse than revelations. i kinda like it tho. guilty pleasure also!
Don Coscarelli's New Film Heads to Sundance | Shock Till You Drop
Ok, the movie looks a little low budge, but the book was great and...Clancy 'the Kurgen' Brown...c'mon.Sundance Institute announced today the selection of four additional films for the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, including one film from the director of Phantasm, Don Coscarelli! That's right, it looks like Coscarelli's John Dies At the End is complete and ready to make the festival rounds.
John Dies At the End is being added to the festival's Park City at Midnight program. Here's the listing:
Director: Don Coscarelli, Screenwriter: Don Coscarelli, based on a novel by David Wong) - On the street they call it Soy Sauce - a drug that allows users to drift across time and dimensions. But some who come back are no longer human. Can John and David stop the oncoming horror? No. They can't. Cast: Chase Williamson, Rob Mayes, Paul Giamatti, Clancy Brown, Glynn Turman. World Premiere
Real-Life Horror: Dutch TV Hosts Go Cannibal and Eat Each Other's Flesh | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central
When a story as juicy as this one crosses our desks, even if it's not related to a specific horror movie or other type of project, we just can't let it go by without commenting on it. Meet Dennis Storm and Valerio Zeno, two Dutch TV show hosts who dined on each other's flesh as part of a new show on BNN called “Proefkonijnen” or, as its title translates, “Test Rabbits.”
“The punchline of the show is to get really simple answers [to] stupid questions, such as, ‘Can you shave with ketchup?’ or ‘Can you drive blind?’” Storm said. “And we wanted to find out how human flesh tasted.” So part of Storm’s left butt cheek was carved out by a surgeon while Zeno opted to have a piece of his abdomen removed, and then they had it cooked up by a top chef. “The chef cooked it in a frying pan with sunflower oil,” Storm added. “We didn’t add any salt or pepper because we wanted to know what it tasted like.”
“Nothing is really that special when you’re talking about the taste of the meat,” Storm told ABC News, “but it is weird to look into the eyes of a friend when you are chewing on his belly.”
If you happen to live in the area, the cannibalistic episode airs Wednesday in the Netherlands. What will they think of next?