Last Week in Horror News: June 28th to July 5th
Theatrical Trailers and Clips
- CARRIERS – Studio PG-13 horror that looks Badass? Like woah.
Studio News and Attachments
- PREDATORS – AICN confirms that Nimrod Antal will be directing the Robert Rodriguez produced franchise reboot, complete with an encouraging Q&A with Rodriguez about.
- HELLRAISER – An official sign that, after two director’s dumping the project, HELLRAISER has hit a red light.
- LET THE RIGHT ONE IN – Director Matt Reeves passionately defends the remake decision, expressing hope that people will give the film a chance.
- AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON – John Landis confirms to BD that Dimension films is busy approaching the paperwork for getting rights tot he remake.
Indie, Foreign and Random News
- I SELL THE DEAD 2? – Director Glenn McQuaid has plans to develop a sequel titled THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF GRIMES &BLAKE, first as a comic and then, hopefully, as a film.
- BEWARE THE DEVIL – Shane Meadows makes horror his next genre stop, exorcisms and all.
- ORPHAN Controversy – Apparently parents are shouting at WB over a line from the trailer for THE ORPHAN. Offense in question? “It must be hard to love an adopted child as much as your own.”
- FEED – Orbit Books has just picked up the FEED trilogy books about a future in which bloggers are the key to surviving a global zombie outbreak.
- GRACE – You can pick up GRACE, which Scott Weinberg describes as “easily one of the best horror films of the year”, on September 15th on DVD and Blu-ray.
- FANTASIA 2009 Lineup – Very impressive roster of films, though, for my interests, not as on the money as:
- FILM4 FRIGHTFEST – Damn do I want to be in London for this. Who wants to fly me out?
Non-Theatrical Trailers and Clips
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