'Kong' Image Gallery Updated/Easy Access Trailer

If you head on over to Apple.com you can watch the trailer for Universal’s upcoming King Kong remake in three languages. Also, if you click here you can check out a boat load of still form the trailer, including some of dinosaurs and King Kong himself! A remake of the 1933 classic in which an expedition exploring a remote island capture a gigantic ape and bring it back to New York for exhibition. A beautiful actress who accompanies them is menaced when the monster’s love for her causes him to break out. Peters Jackson’s film hits theaters December 14th, 2005.
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'Kong' Image Gallery Updated/Easy Access Trailer

If you head on over to Apple.com you can watch the trailer for Universal’s upcoming King Kong remake in three languages. Also, if you click here you can check out a boat load of still form the trailer, including some of dinosaurs and King Kong himself! A remake of the 1933 classic in which an expedition exploring a remote island capture a gigantic ape and bring it back to New York for exhibition. A beautiful actress who accompanies them is menaced when the monster’s love for her causes him to break out. Peters Jackson’s film hits theaters December 14th, 2005. READ MORE

B-D Exclusive Interview: 2001 Maniacs' Giuseppe Andrews

Star of Lions Gate Films’ upcoming 2001 Maniacs, Giuseppe Andrews (Detroit Rock City) was nice enough to give Bloody-Disgusting a few minutes of his time in an exclusive one-on-one interview. If you click here you can read about his crazy life and how he got a start as an actor. Tim Sullivan’s film is about a group of travelers who take a wrong turn wind up becoming the planned main course for the hungry residents of a strange little town. The film stars Robert Englund, Lin Shaye, Giuseppe Andrews, Jay Gillespie and Marla Malcolm.
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On-Set Spy Talks 'Scarecrow' and Casting News!

We’ve been informed by our on set spy that Ghost House Pictures and Columbia Pictures’ Scarecrow has been filming in Canada for the past week. He will be sending in some photos and reports as an extra in the coming weeks. On a side note the production was shut down and/or moved one day as a local had an accident right where the shoot was planned- things are not starting out their way now is it?! Written by Stuart Beattie (Collateral) from an original script by Todd Farmer (Jason X), Scarecrow is a horror tale that follows the lives of a family moving into a run-down sunflower farm. As the farm begins to revive after years of disrepair, the family begins to notice uncomfortable and alarming changes in their father’s behavior. Read on for the first casting news…
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'The Tooth Fairy' Slaughtering Children in Canada

Dan Farrands’ Tooth Fairy movie, which is being directed by Chuck Bowman, is finally shooting in Canada, according to Fangoria. The story centers on a 12-year-old girl named Pamela who goes on vacation with her family to a bed and breakfast, where a strange girl named Emma who lives next door tells her the story of the malevolent Tooth Fairy. Many years before, this evil being slaughtered a series of children to take their teeth, and now she has returned to come after Pamela and kill anyone who gets in her way. Follow the link for the full story.
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Exclusive: Real Update on 'Halloween 9'!!

Here’s the latest official word on the franchise that’s been in development hell. We received word from reliable sources that Jake Wade Wall (When a Starnger Calls, The Hitcher) was in fact working on Halloween: Retribution for Dimension Films, but the project is more or less on hold until the new operation leaves Disney entirely. The reason the film was being called “Retribution” was because they didn’t want to attach a number to the sequel. So once the Weinstein bros. make their dramatic exit from Disney, we should be hearing some good news (hopefully). Keep your eyes here for more.
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New Reviews #2: Another 'War of the Worlds' Rave!

Steven Spielberg’s War of the Worlds is finally in theaters- less than a year after it was announced- and it’s still better than most of the movies I’ve seen in years. Buzz ranted about how good it was here and now Tex raves about how amazing it was here. But it’s not just our opinions that count- it’s all of yours too, so please find your way to our B-D review and write your own reviews under ours! The adaptation of the classic H.G. Well’s novel from 1898, which was written for the screen by David Koepp, stars Tom Cruise, Dakota Fanning, Tim Robbins, Justin Chatwin and Miranda Otto.
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New Reviews: 'Undead' Hits Limited Theaters

I don’t know what Lions Gate’s plan was or if it’s even still intact because their theatrical release of the Spierig brothers’ Undead is a lifeless one. Hitting only a few theaters this Friday, in competition with War of the Worlds and Batman Begins it’s sure to make a few dollars of it’s million dollar budget back- maybe enough to pay off the elaborate posters they printed? Well I guess most of you will be seeing this on DVD later this year- if you don’t already have a copy. Let this be a lesson to LGE, don’t horde your movies for too long, us horror fans are impatient and will just buy the movie overseas. So anyways, to the point. Undead hits theaters Friday and we have two reviews: review #1 and review #2. An avalanche of meteorites over an Australian fishing village results in an onslaught of the flesh-crazed undead.
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Putting a Spin on the '80s

Special effects/production shingle the Orphanage has sold Irving Belateche’s untitled teen horror pitch to Fortress Entertainment, according to Variety. The pic is being described as a fresh spin on the 1980s teen horror genre, which in my opinion was the most entertaining horror decade of them all. Read on for more details…
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Kane Hodder in "The Best Horror Movie I've Ever Worked On!"

If you head on over to the official website for Adam Green’s Hatchet (set visit), you can read a journal entry by Victor Crowley himself- Kane Hodder! Just click on “Journals” and youre good to go. Here’s a taste, “THIS IS THE BEST HORROR MOVIE I HAVE EVER BEEN INVOLVED WITH! That is the absolute truth. I hope you guys know that I wouldn’t just say that for publicity either. I have never done that. The kills in Hatchet are fantastic. You know that I love to be creative with the kills.Hatchet stars Kane Hodder, Robert Englund and Tony Todd. When a group of tourists on a New Orleans haunted swamp tour find themselves stranded in the wilderness, their evening of fun and spooks turns into a horrific nightmare.
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Kane Hodder in "The Best Horror Movie I've Ever Worked On!"

If you head on over to the official website for Adam Green’s Hatchet (set visit), you can read a journal entry by Victor Crowley himself- Kane Hodder! Just click on “Journals” and youre good to go. Here’s a taste, “THIS IS THE BEST HORROR MOVIE I HAVE EVER BEEN INVOLVED WITH! That is the absolute truth. I hope you guys know that I wouldn’t just say that for publicity either. I have never done that. The kills in Hatchet are fantastic. You know that I love to be creative with the kills.Hatchet stars Kane Hodder, Robert Englund and Tony Todd. When a group of tourists on a New Orleans haunted swamp tour find themselves stranded in the wilderness, their evening of fun and spooks turns into a horrific nightmare. READ MORE

Exclusive First Look at Crispin Glover in 'Simon Says'!

Dark Moon Pictures has provided B-D with the first ever look at William Dear’s upcoming horror film Simon Says, which stars Crispin Glover, Margo Harshman, Greg Cipes and Blake Lively. Read on for some pics of Crispin Glover in the film. The film deals with a group of beautiful teenagers who are isolated and killed off one by one…
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New Review: 'War of the Worlds' Blows us Away!

I can’t even remember the last time I was so happy with a Steven Spielberg movie- I think it was Jurassic Park over a decade ago. Well Buzz felt pretty much the same way I did about his newest endeavor War of the Worlds, which hits theaters tomorrow thanks to Paramount Pictures. Click here to read his review and watch this spot for another positive opinion later tonight. The adaptation of the classic H.G. Well’s novel from 1898, which was written for the screen by David Koepp, stars Tom Cruise, Dakota Fanning, Tim Robbins, Justin Chatwin and Miranda Otto. Don’t forget to post your reviews under ours!!!
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THIS IS NO JOKE: Real Zombie Dogs Created!!!

Ok there was a total fake news post about zombies coming back to life floating around the web and for some reason other sites actually posted in it- well if you didn’t know it was totall bullsh-t. But that’s not the point of this story, the real reason for this post is that scientists in Pittsburgh (ironic huh?) have succeeded in reviving a pair of dogs after three hours of clinical death, paving the way for trials on humans within years. This is no joke, read on to see how they did it and be amazed!!!
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Romero Reveals What We'll See on the Unrated DVD!

True Enemy pointed us to a very disturbing article regarding the DVD release of Land of the Dead (review #1, #2). What we all expected is NOT the case as Romero explains there will be minimal added gore to the unrated DVD release later this year. In Romero’s new pic, the zombies having taken over the world and those left alive are confined to a walled-in city that keeps out the corpse corps. Anarchy rules the streets, with the wealthy insulated and living in fortified skyscrapers. Drama revolves around a group of scavengers who must thwart an attempt to overthrow the city while the dead are evolving from brainless slow-moving creatures into more advanced creatures. Read on for the story…

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Romero Reveals What We'll See on the Unrated DVD!

True Enemy pointed us to a very disturbing article regarding the DVD release of Land of the Dead (review #1, #2). What we all expected is NOT the case as Romero explains there will be minimal added gore to the unrated DVD release later this year. In Romero’s new pic, the zombies having taken over the world and those left alive are confined to a walled-in city that keeps out the corpse corps. Anarchy rules the streets, with the wealthy insulated and living in fortified skyscrapers. Drama revolves around a group of scavengers who must thwart an attempt to overthrow the city while the dead are evolving from brainless slow-moving creatures into more advanced creatures. Read on for the story…
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Trailer Park: New 'Dark Water' and Cry Wolf' Trailers

Two new trailers have made their way online, the first is an MTV exclusive trailer for Buena Vista’s upcoming Dark Water, a remake of the classic Asian horror film of the same name. The film, which hits theaters July 8th, revolves around a mother and daughter who escape an ugly custody battle with the girl’s father by retreating to a dilapidated apartment building. Instead of finding solace, though, they are haunted by the ghost of a young girl whose family used to live there. In other news IGN has posted the full trailer for Rogue Pictures’ upcoming Cry Wolf, which now hits theaters September 23rd.
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'Stranger Calls' Gets a Date and 'Night Watch' Loses One

According to Film Jerk, Sony Screen Gems’ When a Stranger Calls has been given an official release date of February 3rd, 2006. Jake Wade Wall (The Hitcher remake) is writing the script for Simon West to direct. Film Jerk also reports that Fox Searchlight’s first part in the Russian trilogy, Night Watch (review), has been pulled from it’s July release slate, without a new date given. The movie focuses on the titular band of superhuman “Others” devoted to protecting the world from dark forces, and an ancient prophecy of a violent war between the two sides that threatens to come true in modern-day Moscow.
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Big 'Constantine' Panel at the Comic Con!

Warner Bros. sends in the following announcement, “Thursday, July 14, 6:00-7:00 CONSTANTINE: From Comic to Film. Warner Home Video hosts key Constantine film and comic creators in a presentation and discussion. The panel features actress Rachel Weisz (Mummy series), director Francis Lawrence, Vertigo editor Karen Berger, comic writer Brian Azzarello (100 Bullets), and artist Tim Bradstreet (Punisher). Moderator Jeff Conner interrogates the participants and raffles off signed movie memorabilia and pre-release DVDs. ROOM 6B.” The film, which hits DVD July 19th, stars Keanu Reeves, Rachel Weisz, Tilda Swinton, Gavin Rossdale, Djimon Hounsou, Shia LaBeouf and Peter Stormare.
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Johnny Depp and Tim Burton Talk 'Charlie' with FDM!

If you head on over to our sister site Freeze Dried Movies you can read portions of an interview they ran with Charlie and the Chocolate Factory star Johnny Depp and director Tim Burton about the upcoming film, which hits theaters July 15th thanks to Warner Bros. Pictures. In the interview teaser you can read all about the chances of a sequel to the film and what lies ahead for both of these big time stars. Johnny Depp stars as Willy Wonka in this new adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic. Five golden tickets are hidden beneath the wrappers of Mr. Willy Wonka’s delicious chocolate bars – five golden tickets which will change the lives of those who find them. The winning children are invited through the gates of Mr. Wonka’s Chocolate Factory to see all the secrets and magic inside and to meet Mr. Wonka and his staff of Oompa-Loompas. For Charlie Bucket, a poor boy living within sight of the factory, winning the fifth and final golden ticket is just the beginning of an unforgettable adventure.
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'King Kong' Trailer Conquers the Web!

If you head on over to Volkswagen’s site, you can watch the trailer for Peter Jackson’s upcoming King Kong, which hits theaters December 14th. The trailer is fantastic and really gives a lot of detail into Universal’s big picture. The film, which stars Naomi Watts, Jack Black, Adrien Brody, Thomas Kretschmann, Jamie Bell and Evan Parke, is a remake of the 1933 classic in which an expedition exploring a remote island capture a gigantic ape and bring it back to New York for exhibition. A beautiful actress who accompanies them is menaced when the monster’s love for her causes him to break out.
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'Don't Look Now' it's Another Remake!

Mark Gordon is planning to produce a remake of Don’t Look Now for Paramount Pictures, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The 1973 film, directed by Nicolas Roeg and based on a story by Daphne Du Maurier, created a sensation in the early ’70s thanks to a highly erotic love scene featuring Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie. Andrea Berloff will write the screenplay for the adaptation, which centers on a couple, John and Laura Baxter, who go to Venice, Italy, to recuperate after the sudden death of their daughter only to encounter strange visions that suggest their daughter’s presence.
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'Don't Look Now' it's Another Remake!

Mark Gordon is planning to produce a remake of Don’t Look Now for Paramount Pictures, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The 1973 film, directed by Nicolas Roeg and based on a story by Daphne Du Maurier, created a sensation in the early ’70s thanks to a highly erotic love scene featuring Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie. Andrea Berloff will write the screenplay for the adaptation, which centers on a couple, John and Laura Baxter, who go to Venice, Italy, to recuperate after the sudden death of their daughter only to encounter strange visions that suggest their daughter’s presence. READ MORE

WOTW: FDM Interviews Steven Spielberg and Tom Cruise!

If you head on over to our sister site Freeze Dried Movies, you can read our interview with War of the Worlds director Steven Spielberg and star Tom Cruise, thanks to our reporter Buzz in NY. Watch for our reviews first thing Wednesday morning. In H.G. Well’s 1898 novel, “The War of the Worlds,” he invented the myth of invasion from outer space. Martians land near London, conquering all before them, and ruin the metropolis; the fate of civilization and even of the human race remains in doubt until the very last. “The War of the Worlds” is disturbingly realistic both because of its setting — Wells bicycled the route the Martians take on landing — and because of its characters: the superstitious curate, boastful artilleryman, and enterprising medical student are believable if not sympathetic figures, as well as signifying types of fin-de-siecle change and vision.
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