Production is well underway on one of my favorite horror shows today, Penny Dreadful. Today, Showtime has presented the first photo from the series’ second season!
John Logan, series creator and executive producer, says, “This season Vanessa (Eva Green) and Ethan (Josh Hartnett) face new challenges, and old enemies, and turn to each other for solace. Their intimacy grows as they are forced to confront their demons together.”
Rob Hall’s Fear Clinic makes the leap from web series to feature film territory in 2015. Anchor Bay will release Fear Clinic (the movie) on DVD and Blu-ray February 10th.
The film made its festival debut at Screamfest this season.
Written by Aaron Drane and Hall and directed by Hall, the film stars Robert Englund, Fiona Dourif, and Thomas Dekker and features the acting debut of Stone Sour and Slipknot lead vocalist Corey Taylor.
Let this sink in: Michael Dougherty – who gave us Trick ‘r Treat – is finally directing another horror film. It’s called Krampus and it’s in the works at Legendary, the company that gave us Dougherty’s feature debut, Nolan’s Dark Knight films, Pacific Rim and Man of Steel.
With a December 4, 2015 release date locked in, we’re now hearing via THR that Allison Tolman and Emjay Anthony are set to star.
My days are numbered here at ShockTillYouDrop.com.
As of November 26th, I’m stepping away from the site I’ve called home – my dark little haven to ramble about/analyze the horror genre – since early 2007.
To be honest, it feels weird writing that.
I’ve scrapped this “goodbye” a number of times the last few days only to return to it over and over again. But it’s time to face the fact that it’s time to move on.
I have to go.
Warner Bros. Pictures’ plans to adapt Stephen King’s massive 1978 novel The Stand into a single film are no more. Instead, attached writer/director Josh Boone (The Fault in Our Stars) reveals to Kevin Smith’s Hollywood Babble-On Podcast (via /Film) that he’s now looking at adapting the book into four features.
Matt Smith is set to join Natalie Dormer in Patient Zero, reports Deadline. Smith, a former Doctor Who star, will be seen next summer in Terminator: Genisys.
Stefan Ruzowitzky, the director of the Academy Award winning The Counterfeiters, is directing from a script by Mike Le.
The sick and twisted characters of The Overlook Hotel have been resurrected. However, this time with some singing credentials in Redrum: The Unauthorized Musical Parody of The Shining.
The Stephen King horror novel, turned Stanley Kubrick film classic, turned musical parody, showcased Tony Award winner Alice Ripley (Next to Normal) as Wendy and Tony Award-nominated actor, Douglas Sills (The Scarlet Pimpernel), as Jack at a sneak peek last night at Pearl Studios in New York City.
Cheap Thrills’ E.L. Katz has lined up his next feature film: You’ll Be the Death of Me.
Variety says Lionsgate is already on board to distribute the comedy-thriller that Mandeville Pictures is producing. Following the release and festival success of Cheap Thrills – a dark, bloody and very funny tale…