Fango got the scoop on the special features that have been collected for the DVD and Blu-ray releases of THE COLLECTOR, coming April 6 from Vivendi Entertainment.
Universal’s eagerly anticipated update of THE WOLFMAN was unleashed in cinemas everywhere this past Friday, and one of its stars, the MATRIX films’ Hugo Weaving, gave Fango some of his time to talk up the lycanthropic epic. We spoke to him while he was in the midst of the Melbourne (Australia) Theatre Company’s production of the acclaimed play GOD OF CARNAGE.
First reports on an upcoming supernatural feature called THE GHOST OF SLAUGHTERFORD omitted one very important name: screenwriter Axelle Carolyn, who will also star in the movie. A former Fango scribe who has since appeared in a number of features and short films (including DOOMSDAY and CENTURION for GHOST executive producer Neil Marshall, as well as THE DESCENT: PART 2), Carolyn dropped us a line to give us a bit of background about the project.
Screen Daily reports that Finnish director Antti-Jussi Annila will follow up his well-received chiller SAUNA with a werewolf movie called HUMAN. As the title suggests, this is a reverse-transformation tale—about a wolf that becomes a man.
Dread Central has been reporting on all the viral activity going on surrounding the upcoming release of Overture Films and director Breck Eisner’s THE CRAZIES, and today had an update on Operation Scarlet Omega. That’s a government/military program dealing with security breaches at chemical facilities—like the one that causes all the madness in the movie’s setting of Ogden Marsh, Iowa.
At the current Toy Fair event in NYC, Fango dropped by the showroom of JAKKS Pacific, where we got an up-close-and-personal look at this Halloween’s sweetest costumes. From JAKKS subsidiary Disguise comes Clive Barker’s Dark Bazaar, a costume lineup based on the original artwork of the author/artist/filmmaker and horror legend. See some pics after the jump!
Fango got ahold of the specs for the DVD of THE DESCENT: PART 2, coming from Lionsgate Home Entertainment April 27.
Fango spent an exciting day at Toy Fair 2010, checking out the licensed products and original terrors coming to frighten you this year. Read on past the jump for the details and pics…
We first reported here about a new independent horror feature called MEADOWOODS, which was being virally promoted via a couple of disturbing on-line videos. Now we have more info about the movie, as well as the scoop on its DVD release and a first look at the cover.
First, a bit of a mea culpa: We discovered this news tidbit in an on-line article from Video Business a little while back, and have spent the time since trying to dig up more details.
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