Last Week in Horror: June 29th to July 6th

Posted by Peter Hall - July 6th 2008 @ 12:21 am

Last Week in Horror, The items of most interest to me belong to genre brother Sci-Fi.  Alex Proyas’ latest film, KNOWING, finally got a trailer, albeit a derivative, uninvolved one.  But I love DARK CITY so much, even Nicholas Cage’s forehead couldn’t keep me away.  Same goes for Keanu Reeves’, well, entire self in THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL remake.

Also, I was sent a press release regarding a contest for Electronic Arts’ forthcoming survival horror game DEAD SPACE.  Normally I’d not pass along such a thing, but DEAD SPACE happens to be a title I’ve been anticipating.  Not to mention the 100 film prize pack at the end of the rainbow is a bounty worth coveting.

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Studio News and Attachments


Indie, Foreign and Random News

Indie/Foreign Trailers and Clips

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  1. R.J. Sayer
    July 6th, 2008 | 3:18 am | #1

    as much as i want to curse it, MIRRORS looks pretty damn good.

    Alex Proyas will never dig himself out of the crater iROBOT blasted him into. i don’t give a shit if he makes ROBO-JAWS VS. DRACULA: PRISONER OF THE SPACE WEREWOLVES, he will never redeem himself.

    okay, well maybe if he made THAT, i would forgive him.

    Tera Patrick is PERFECT for that remake. seriously. however, why the fuck even bother remaking that? HEY, QUENTIN, WEREN’T YOU GOING TO MAKE INGLORIOUS BASTARDS, LIKE, TWENTY MOTHERFUCKING YEARS AGO?!

    p.s. – eli roth sucks.

  2. R.J. Sayer
    July 6th, 2008 | 3:19 am | #2


    and YAY! on lost METROPOLIS footage.

    SERIOUS FUCKING BOO! on DTESS remake. that trailer blows. like… to a roland emmerich degree.

  3. July 6th, 2008 | 1:00 pm | #3

    Leave Faster Pussycat alone, you unholy bastards.

  4. July 7th, 2008 | 5:16 pm | #4

    Speaking of Ted Theodore Logan, my girlfriend’s teacher once met Keanu Reeves personally at one of his band’s concerts. What did he say to her? “I’m Keanu Reeves.”

  5. July 9th, 2008 | 10:57 am | #5

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