Studio Trailers and Clips
The Invasion – Early reviews have ripped it apart, so props to whoever cut the trailer; looks good.
30 Days of Night – Trailer pretty
I am Legend – Did the studio have a competition to see who could make a worse trailer?
Rogue – Original Fango hosting is down, AITH has the embed, though
Captivity – Teaser and Trailer at the end of this post
Studio News and Attachments
Danny Elfman is scoring Hellboy 2.
Dimension Films picks up much talked about Automaton Transfusion, slates for September 25th theatrical release.
Fox Atomic may or may not remake/re-adapt The Legend of Hell House.
I Know Who Killed Me gets an R rating, still not a chance in hell I’ll ever be interested.
Freestyle agrees to distribute 3 Uwe Boll films. Three!!!
AVP2 star tells MTV the sequel will be a "true-blue monster movie" where, "Aliens and predators will be fighting to the death." – I should fucking hope so, genius.
Stephen King gives the thumbs up to Miakel Hafstrom’s take on 1408.
Random and Indie news
Brian Yuzna says House of Re-Animator back on track for financing.
Unremarkable Tea Leoni cast in Ghost Town; ghost-based romantic comedy written/directed by remarkable David Koepp AND starring ridiculously-remarkable Ricky Gervais? Sold!
Dead Birds director Alex Turner lines up The Stone House…a likely STD film that takes place in Afghanistan? Good luck filming that…
Original Blair Witch Project co-director mulls prequel.
YouTube is hosting a 4 part documentary on the Shining.
Tobe Hooper may skip stupid sounding Tequila Joe and go straight to the stupider sounding Training Ground, about backpackers who stumble into an Al Qaeda training camp…
William Gaines, the man responsible for EC Comics/Tales form the Crypt, gets a bio-pic.