Hey are you watching "American Horror Story"?! No? Well I hate your stupid face! Sorry. I didn't mean that. But the FX show has been getting some decent buzz and now Mena Suvari and Kathleen Rose Perkins will both be guest starting on the show. Going to watch now? If you care about our relationship you will.
Teller, the one who doesn't talk in Penn & Teller, is creating a stage adaptation of William Peter Blatty's "The Exorcist" which will open in NY next year. The story will focus more on the questions of faith rather than the exoticism itself so it'll be a large change from the movie adaptation. There will also be no spoken parts. Should be interesting.... that last part is a lie.
Corey Feldman is in haunted Halloween attraction flick "Six Degrees of Hell" and I'm 99% sure I wouldn't be talking about it if he wasn't but here's a new trailer for the movie. Enjoy it. Or don't. I'm not the boss of you. And yes I know I've made the same joke before. Thanks for pointing out my flaws.
Bruce Dern leave "Lords of Salem". Bruce Davidson replace. Chris Knight join cast. He was Greg Brady.
It's been a long strange trip my friends. The original "The Lost Boys" film that was released all the way back in 1987 is pretty much a classic to not just horror fans but to anyone who was smart enough to see the film. Over the next twenty years we saw the rise and fall of the two Coreys, the greasy sax man work his way into pop culture and a much debated sequel titled "Lost Boys: The Tribe". The film did nothing to capture the joy we all felt when we saw the original but it did well enough that in 2010 we now have "Lost Boys: The Thirst".
I think we may have talked about this months ago on the site but MTV has finally given David Harris' "Savage County" a release date. The drunk kids in the woods series will air on October 7th at 11PM on MTV2. Thank the cast of "The Jersey Shore" for putting away the condoms for a week in order for this to actually see the light of day.
And it wouldn't be a weekday without some new photos from "Saw 3D" coming online. Today we get to see Cary Elwes as Dr. Gordon and if you were at my house last night around 10:30 you would have seen me realize that's the same guy from the first one and blood shooting out of my temples from rage.
Corey Feldman seems to have hated "Lost Boys 2: The Tribe" as much as the rest of us. In a recent interview, the actor discusses why he thinks "Lost Boys 3: The Thirst" will actually be good. While my expectations still run rock bottom, his promises of seeing the Frog Brothers actually together at least sound fun.
"Rubber", a film about a pissed off psychic tire named Robert has been picked up by Magnet for distribution . If you've been dying to see a movie about a killer tire, you'll be set when the movie soon arrives on VOD channels across the country.
NPR correspondent Cory Turner recently took on a personal quest to track down the remains of the mechanical sharks used in the classic "Jaws". The three mechanical monsters were long believed to have been destroyed after shooting had ended for the film but much to Mr. Turner's surprise, will get you arrested.
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd broke out of the stodgy interview norm as he refers to the Chinese as 'rodent buggerers', only not so eloquently.
On this day in history:
632 - The prophet Mohammed, founder of Islam, dies in Mecca.
If you were worried about the cliff hanger ending of "The Lost Boys 2", fear no longer! Word is that The Lost Boys 3: The Thirst is about to begin shooting! Returning are Corey Feldman and Jamison Newlander as the frog brothers. No word on Corey Haim yet and if we're lucky, it will stay that way.
The trailer for Stan Helsing is now online. Packed with some high end humor parodying the likes of Freddy, Jason, Pinhead and Leatherface, this has highbrow written all over it! In actuality, it would appear that the only thing separating this from "Scary Movie 6" is a Wayans brother.
If you're curious to see how the "House on Sorority Row" remake is coming along (titled just "Sorority Row"), prints of the trailer are reported to be attached to Nic Cage's "Knowing", which hits theaters this weekend. Or you can just wait until Monday when it shows up online. Probably better for your health.