After the release of H2 and The Final Destination, the news flow seemed to hit a roadblock, at least until today. Beyond the break you’ll find our latest News Bites, which features Halloween with bunnies, terrifying children’s art, a creepy German trailer for Pandorum, more New Moon stills and more!HALLOWEEN… WITH BUNNIES!
Rob Zombie’s Halloween II launched unseasonably early in theaters last week so the Starz Bunnies have just released their own version. Furry fights abound in this hare-raising reenactment of John Carpenter’s Halloween. Starz Bunnies are ridiculous 30 second videos where cartoon bunnies reenact an entire feature film.
GERMAN PANDORUM TRAILER
With Overture Films releasing Pandorum in theaters September 25th, the content is about to start hitting the web in the coming weeks, not that you haven’t already seen a few pics and an awesome Comic Con trailer. Now, below you’ll find a German trailer for the Christain Alvart (Case 39, Antibodies) directed film that features stars Dennis Quaid and Ben Foster in some creepy sci-fi scenes.
In the film a young crew member awakes from his hyper sleep chamber to discover he’s alone on a massive spaceship. He ventures towards the bridge in search of others and to try and figure out what happened.
CREEPY CHILDREN’S ART
When you were a kid, did you look under your bed, check your closet and then hide under the covers? Artist Joshua Hoffine examines the terrors of being a child with his horrorific Photoshop collages that can be viewed by clicking the link below. Images are also available for purchase so you can be reminded of the that dream where you’re buried alive.
NEW OFFICIAL STILLS FROM NEW MOON
Bloody Disgusting was provided with a batch of new images from the Chris Weitz’s directed Twilight sequel New Moon, which arrives in theaters November 20th.
In NEW MOON, Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) is devastated by the abrupt departure of her vampire love Edward (Robert Pattinson) but her spirit is rekindled by her growing friendship with the irresistible Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner). Suddenly she finds herself drawn into the world of the werewolves, ancestral enemies of the vampires, and she finds her loyalties tested.
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PROMO ART FOR SHELTER
In Shelter, single mother and dedicated psychiatrist Cara Jessup (Julianne Moore) centers her professional reputation on debunking the idea of multiple personality syndrome, until she encounters a criminal mental patient (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) whose powers defy rational explanation. This eerie contact with evil shatters her world, turning a cynic into an embattled true believer. Following her father’s mystifying sudden death, Cara intuits that her own daughter faces grave danger. Directed by the innovative team of Mans Marlind and Bjorn Stein (Storm), and giving a mountain voodoo tinge to the occult genre, SHELTER is a sophisticated and disturbing voyage into the heart of darkness.
Producers Macari and Edelstein (whose credits include Mulholland Drive and The Ring) will bring their unique brand of psychological spine chilling to the big screen once again in 2008. Academy Award nominee Julianne Moore (Children of Men, The Hours, Boogie Nights) stars alongside Jonathan Rhys Meyers (Match Point, Mission Impossible III).
Below you can check out some promo art from the Mans Marlind and Bjorn Stein (Storm) directed film.
We caught wind of a new Shuttle-esque thriller going into production soon entitled RIDE SHARE.
Written by Paul O’Malley ,, Annabelle’s ride share turns into a nightmare when the Driver turns out to be a sadistic killer who kidnaps her back to his cabin in the woods. No other details were available at this time.
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This Week in Horror - Remembering George A. Romero
In honor of the late George A. Romero we’re taking a look at the best of his lesser known films in a special episode of This Week in Horror.Posted by Bloody Disgusting on Wednesday, July 26, 2017