Richard Stanley, director of such 90’s genre mainstays like, ‘Hardware’ and ‘Dust Devil’ is now stepping up to the eldritch plate to take a swing at Lovecraft’s, ‘The Colour Out of Space’. SpectreVision, the company behind recent indie genre films as ‘A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night’ and the recent, ‘Cooties’ (with Elijah Woods)
Directly from the fine folks at the Lovecraft eZine, we get word of a new set of shorts from Forty Dollar Films.
I got my first taste of Chainsaw Sally from April Burril – Sally herself – at a tiny little film festival in Texas a few years ago. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect since it wasn’t something I’d usually watch, but I decided to give it a chance. I wasn’t disappointed. And now, two
It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these but then it’s been a while since there has been so much awesome news… at least in my opinion. So, let’s get started.
Once again, Tammy Dupal of Twisted Central is putting on a benefit for Operation Kindness. This year, she brings us the Texas premiere of “Brutal” with stars a-plenty in attendance.
Exactly where the hell have I been? Mostly, I’ve been making a movie.
I know what you’re thinking, “Big deal, there are people around the pool,” but Saturday night around the pool was deceptively calm.
If someone asked me to sum up the Saturday experience at TFW, I could do it in two words: absolute insanity. Truckers back in the day may have described the scene as “wall to wall and treetop tall” and they would have been right. Horror fans packed into the Sheraton Grand to see their favorites:
Time flies when you’re having fun. Day one here at TFW was supposed to officially start at 4PM. At least that’s what I thought at first. Instead, things kicked for me right around ten-thirty when networking started with local bloggers and assorted horror types. It rapidly spun into a whirlwind of activity culminating in the
How does one kill a Lovecraft monster? Option it to Universal Studios. Even after the much ballyhooed – at least in genre circles – of the melding of director Guillermo Del Toro, producer and current 3-D deity James Cameron, Tom Cruise and one of author H.P. Lovecraft’s best stories, Universal Studios has decided not to