Hero Huggers are a hand made character pillowcase featuring fun and colourful characters by Renny Roccon. $25 plus p+p, get them HERE
October 13, 2014 | Categories: Promotional | Tags: Batman, Batman and Robin, Bride of Frankenstein, colourful characters, Dracula, Frankenstein, Freddy Kreuger, Hero Huggers, Horror Icons, Hulk, Renny Roccon, Superman, Werewolf, Werewolves, Wonder Woman, Zombie | Leave a comment
Any excuse to post a picture of Kate Beckinsale as Selene… Lakeshore Entertainment is moving forward with a reboot of the Unerdworld vampire action franchise. Lakeshore’s Tom Rosenberg and Gary Lucchesi are producing the film tentatively titled Underworld: Next Generation which seems toindicate that it will focus on Eve (India Eisley), the hybrid daughter of vampire Selene (Kate Beckinsale) and Michael (Scott Speedman).
The first Underworld film, directed by Len Wiseman and starring Kate Beckinsale, was released in 2003. Playing the strong vampire Selena made Beckinsale into a bankable action star, and three films followed in 2006 (Underworld: Evolution), 2009 (prequel Underworld: Rise of the Lycans) and 2012 (Underworld: Awakening).
The vampires versus werewolves franchise has so far grossed $458.2 million worldwide.Underworld: Awakening, the 3D film that saw Beckinsale reprise her role as Selene, was the highest earner in the franchise, taking in $160 million worldwide.
Cory Goodman wrote the script for the 2011 film Priest, starring Paul Bettany. He also penned the script for the upcoming Summit film The Last Witch Hunter starring Vin Diesel and Rose Leslie, and directed by Breck Eisner of The Crazies remake, which is currently in pre-production… not holding out much hope.
September 1, 2014 | Categories: NEWS: Horror | Tags: Action, Actors, Comic Book Movies, Cult, Franchise, Gore, Hollywood, Horror, Icons, Images, India Eisley, Kate Beckinsale, Lakeshore Entertainment, Lycan, Possession, Post Apocalyptic, Sci-Fi, Selene, Slasher, Suspense, Thriller, Underworld: Evolution, Vampires, Violence, Werewolves | Leave a comment
A sensual coming-of-age werewolf romance set in a small Danish coastal town, When Animals Dream fresh from its premiere in Critics’ Week at Cannes, is reminiscent of contemporary horror classic Let the Right One In. Sixteen-year-old Marie lives with her father and wheelchair-bound mother who is perpetually drugged. Marie takes a job at the local fishery, where she receives a fair amount of attention – especially from the young men.
As Marie becomes more interested in the opposite sex, her body begins to transform, and she questions her mother’s illness and a family history that is clearly being kept from her. Beautifully shot, and wonderfully performed by Sonia Suhl and Lars Mikkelsen (Mads’ older brother) in particular, When Animals Dream delicately combines deep emotion with tasteful gore.
June 15, 2014 | Categories: Trailers | Tags: Actors, Controversial, Cult, Disturbing, Festival, Foreign, Franchise, Gore, Horror, Icons, Images, Independent, Legend, Lycanthrope, Nudity, Scream Queens, Serial Killer, Slasher, Sonia Suhl, Suspense, The Walking Dead, Thriller, Video Clips, Violence, Werewolf, Werewolves | Leave a comment
Wolves follows the story of Cayden Richards – a young, handsome eighteen-year-old with an edge. Forced to hit the road after the death of his parents, Cayden finds his way to an isolated town to hunt down the truths of his ancestry. But in the end, who’s hunting whom? Directed by David Hayter and starring Jason Momoa from Game of Thrones… better than Teen Wolf?
February 14, 2014 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: Actors, Controversial, Cult, Disturbing, Doth Raki, Franchise, Game of Thromes, Gore, Hollywood, Horror, Icons, Independent, Jason Momoa, Khal Drogo, Legend, Lycanthrope, Remakes, Suspense, The Walking Dead, Thriller, Video Clips, Violence, Werewolves, Wolfman, Wolves | Leave a comment
Not sure what to make of this, apparently NBC are developing a series based on Universal Pictures’ Scott Stuber-produced 2010 feature The Wolfman starring Benicio Del Toro and Anthony Hopkins, which in turn was a remake of the 1941 movie. The Wolfman is one of two projects that executive producer/head writer Daniel Knauf has at NBC, along with a supernatural telenovela produced by Electus that is part of the company’s 3-for-1 telenova deal at NBC, intended to result in a 13-episode order.
The WolfMan, produced by Universal Pictures sibling Universal TV and Stuber’s studio-based Bluegrass Films & TV, is described as a supernatural thriller that explores what it means to be a man and to be human. It centers on Lawrence Talbot, who is afflicted by an ancient curse and jacks into the powerful, primordial soul of the alpha-predator (watch the trailer for the 2010 movie below). Knauf is writing and executive producing with Stuber and Quan Phung.
The untitled telenovela is an original concept that chronicles the ruthless supernatural machinations of the six governesses of an exclusive Hancock Park women’s club, the true powers behind every throne in The City of Angels. Knauf is writing and will exec produce with Electus’ Ben Silverman and Jimmy Fox. That project joins format adaptation Black Widow in Electus’ 3-for-1 NBC deal, with the network eying a series pickup for one of the projects to air following telenovelas’ traditional air pattern of multiple episodes a week. Knauf has form, he previously created the cult HBO series Carnivale.
December 3, 2013 | Categories: NEWS: Television | Tags: Benicio Del Toro, Bluegrass Films & TV, Carnivale, Classic, Controversial, Cult, Daniel Knauf, Disturbing, Franchise, Gore, Horror, Icons, Independent, Legend, Lycanthrope, NBC deal, Remakes, Suspense, The Walking Dead, Thriller, Universal Pictures, Violence, Werewolf, Werewolves, Wolf Man | Leave a comment