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Anyone remember Party of Five? Exactly the same as Dawson’s Creek but without those homely qualities of a Katie Holmes or Michelle Williams. It aired on Channel Four in the Nineties, convincing Miramax producers that casting Neve Campbell in Scream was a good idea. Providing her with a means to pay the mortgage for twenty years and three subsequent sequels.
Initially championed by Wes Craven maker of original Nightmares on Elm Street. Scream was touted as a revisionist reinvention. That most post-modern of commodities known as the tongue in cheek slasher movie. A nudge, nudge, wink, wink wake up call for an outdated genre. Written by Kevin Williamson who went on to pen The Faculty for Robert Rodriguez, Scream is still heralded as a benchmark today. Spawning numerous copycat flicks including I Know What You Did Last Summer, »
- Gary Collinson
Now this is one sexy couple! Sarah Michelle Gellar took to Instagram on Thursday to share a super sweet throwback shot with hubby Freddie Prinze Jr. In the photo, the "I Know What You Did Last Summer" costars pose in front of a gorgeous infinity pool overlooking the ocean. Freddie's flaunting his chiseled chest while only wearing swim trunks and Sarah's showing off her hot bikini bod in a pink swimsuit and matching sarong. "My #Tbt is going way back #BodyBeforeBaby I wouldn't trade my kids for anything, but once in a while it's ok to be envious of what you used to look like. #Goals #Dreaming This also reminds me...I need a vacation," the 38-year-old captioned the vintage snap. The former teen hearthrobs tied the knot in 2002, after starring together on the '97 horror flick. Today, Sarah and Freddie have two adorable children together, Charlotte Grace Prinze and Rocky James Prinze. »
- tooFab Staff
The safe handling instructions printed on the inside of these egg cartons are there for a reason. Neca's Xenomorph Egg Set is due out in September. Also: a Dude Bro Party Massacre III clip and Star Wars Rebels Season 1 home media release details.
Alien Xenomorph Egg and Facehugger Set: The Xenomorph Egg and Facehugger Set comes with a total of 9 items and includes a collectible carton for storage.
According to Neca, “New from Weyland-Yutani, these eggs are sourced directly from Lv-426, where Xenomorphs are allowed to roam freely without being confined to cramped cages. Buy cage-free and support our efforts to study and protect this gentle, misunderstood species. Warning: see packaging for safe handling instructions. Weyland-Yutani is not responsible for any spaceship infestation or planetary destruction that may occur.”
"From the terrifying Alien movie series, this set includes 6 Xenomorph eggs and 3 facehuggers with bendable tails. They make great diorama pieces »
- Tamika Jones
Fans of Star Wars Rebels don't have to wait much longer to get their hands on the Season 1 blu-ray, as Lucasfilm/Disney have now officially announced the set is coming in early September. Come inside to check out all that's coming on the disc.
Season two of Star Wars Rebels technically started the other week, with the hour-long premiere "movie" event of The Siege of Lothal...If you missed it, it was pretty damn spectacular. While we still don't know when the regular episodes will begin to air, Disney has revealed exactly when we'll get to re-live the show's incredible first season: September 1st. Check out all the details below:
Star Wars Rebels: Complete Season One delivers all 15 action-packed episodes plus never-before-seen bonus material and cast/crew interviews revealing the magic behind the making of the hit series. Releasing on Blu-ray and DVD on September 1, this is a must-add collection to the library! »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jordan Maison)
It’s 13 years since Eli Roth made his debut with the grisly, inventive virus thriller Cabin Fever. And despite only directing four other full features since then — the latest of which, Knock Knock, is about to be released on June 26th — he’s made an indelible mark, a gory, bloody mark, on American horror cinema.
He’s one of that rare breed of directors, like a Scorsese or a Tarantino or a Hitchcock, that you know what they look and sound like. That aren’t just names behind a camera, but faces in other people’s movies, chat show guests, and have celebrity other halves. It doesn’t always mean that they are a great filmmaker, but it usually means that they are far more than just a person with technical skill. »
Director: Milan Todorovic
Running Time: 94 min
There is a perfectly good reason why film reviews exist folks, and that is to fish out golden works of filmmaking. Like fishing, you do tend to find bits of trash like empty tins and bottles. Killer Mermaids is certainly that kind of film title (c’mon, mermaids that kill!) that hooks your attention, but turns out to be a disappointing find.
It shouldn’t be ignored that this is actually part of film history, as it is Serbia’s first-ever creature feature to be made. Director Milan Todorovic also made the first Serbian zombie film, Zone of the Dead in 2009, which did not get good reviews at the time of its release. Not the best start for Serbian film, but its an achievement nonetheless – a starting point to get better…then they made Killer Mermaids! »
- Louise Tooth
A new gallery of images has been revealed for the horror comedy Doomsdays. Also showcased in this round-up: Blu-ray release details for IFC Midnight's Backcountry and The Harvest, as well as a look at the Catalyst series pilot.
"A pre-apocalyptic comedy, Doomsdays follows the misadventures of Dirty Fred (Justin Rice) and Bruho (Leo Fitzpatrick), a pair of free-wheeling squatters with a taste for unoccupied vacation homes in the Catskills. Their commitment to the lifestyle is challenged, however, when a runaway teen and an aimless young woman join their peculiar tribe."
Backcountry and The Harvest: From Scream Factory: "We are proud to announce that we have new IFC Midnight titles planned for release on Blu-ray & DVD this Fall!
Backcountry – Based on true events, this terrifying account of a couple stranded in »
- Tamika Jones
Diamond Select Toys has announced four new pairs of Aliens Minimates which can be purchased as a full set or an assortment of two-packs. Also in this round-up: a William Froste casting update and a look at Crypt TV's The Horrors of AutoCorrect.
Aliens Minimates Series 2: "Aliens Minimates 2-Packs Series 2 Asst.
A Diamond Select Toys release! The game is not over, man! Dst returns to the world of the classic 1986 action movie Aliens with an all-new assortment of 2-packs! Four new sets include Pvt. Vasquez with Pvt. Hudson, Jumpsuit Ripley with Newt, Pvt. Frost with Burning Alien and a rare, one-per-case set that has Pvt. Crowe with Attacking Alien and Eggs! Each 2-inch Minimates mini-figure features 14 points of articulation and fully interchangeable parts and accessories. Packaged on a blister card. Designed by Art Asylum! (Item #JUN152094, Srp: $9.99/ea.)."
These Minimates are priced at $9.99 for each two-pack and $119.88 for the entire set. »
- Tamika Jones
Where would the horror genre be without Leigh Whannell? It may not be a question many ask themselves, but pre-Saw the horror genre was more than a little stagnant. Sure there was that small burst during the late nineties thanks to Kevin Williamson’s scripts for both Scream and I Know what you did Last Summer, but what followed was nothing but cheap rip-offs.
Then in 2004 Leigh Whannell and James Wan came along with Saw. The movie was a horror film like no other, feeling much more like a dectective movie such as Seven than the kind of horror we were used to. The film spawned six sequels of varying success with Whannell and Wan involved in some but not all.
Instead the pair focussed on bringing another long forgotten subset of the horror genre back to life – the haunted house/possession tale. With Insidious audiences got an eerie »
- Kat Smith
A new trailer has arrived online for the upcoming supernatural horror The Lake on Clinton Road, which is described as a mashup between I Know What You Did Last Summer and Evil Dead. Check it out below after the official synopsis…
When 6 friends from Massachusetts finish up classes for the semester, they decide to take a road trip to the Jersey Shore. A birthday celebration at a shore house will be the highlight of their summer, or so they thought. When they get to the house, they realize it’s not the beach house they were expecting. It’s actually in the middle of the woods off a long spooky road, Clinton Road. Clinton Road has been haunted for the past 50 years, this is what Alex, Jillian, Amber, Jamie, Stacy and Mark will soon find out. The sadness of not having a beach near soon disappears as they all rush »
- Gary Collinson
The "King of the Monsters" celebrates his 61st birthday this year, and courtesy of Neca, a new Godzilla figure will be released this fall. Also in this round-up: the first episode of Kabukiman's Cocktail Corner and a trailer for The Lake on Clinton Road.
Godzilla (1954) Figure: To be released by Neca in September, this Godzilla figure is 12" from head-to-tail and features 30 points of articulation. We have the complete details as well as a look at the figure below:
"Celebrating the most famous kaiju of all time, we go back to the beginning of the classic decade-spanning Godzilla franchise!
This version of the beloved monster is based on the original black-and-white Godzilla movie, released in 1954. The figure stands over 6″ tall, with a head-to-tail measurement of over 12″ long. It features incredible detail, a bendable tail and nearly 30 points of articulation!"
Images courtesy of Neca:
Sgt. Kabukiman Web Series: "One of Troma Entertainment »
- Tamika Jones
Where’s a masked vigilante when you need one?
On Tuesday’s iZombie (The CW, 9/8c), Arrow alumna Bex Taylor-Klaus (aka Sin) guest-stars as a high schooler who gets into some deadly trouble with her friends after a drunken joyride and comes to Liv and Clive for help.
Don’t worry, the show knows just how familiar that ’90s teen movie premise sounds, and TVLine’s got the meta exclusive sneak peek to prove it.
RelatediZombie Renewed for Season 2 at CW
“If there’s anything I’ve learned from I Know What You Did Last Summer 1 and 2, it’s that »
PS4 exclusive scare ‘em up, Until Dawn, will be released on Tuesday August 25th in the Us, with the European release following a few days later on the 28th. Little has been revealed regarding Supermassive Games’ PS4 exclusive lately, but PlayStation Blog has today dropped the release dates, as well as a few more juicy pieces of information.
Most exciting (for me, anyway) is the news that Peter Stormare has officially joined the cast for the game. You might remember Mr. Stormare from his roles in Jurassic Park: The Lost World (he was a bad guy), Fargo (he was a bad guy), Arrow (he was a bad guy), and The Big Lebowski (he was a nihilist, and they don’t care about anything). One of the great character actors of our time, Peter Stormare will surely be an interesting addition to the cast. And probably a bad guy. Featuring »
- John Cal McCormick
Ryan Phillippe is fondly remembered for his roles in '90s films like Cruel Intentions, I Know What You Did Last Summer, and 54 - all of which likely shaped your adolescence - but it's worth noting that the 40-year-old actor, father, and philanthropist is still insanely hot. He may actually be hotter than ever. Ryan recently returned to the small screen in the ABC drama Secrets & Lies, and gave us lots of proof that he's just as sexy as he was two decades ago. He's still got the bad boy thing going, but now with a sweet "cool dad" vibe - and don't even get us started on how amazing he looks sans shirt. Your teenage crush Ryan Phillippe is still very, very attractive, and we've rounded up 32 recent photos that show all the different types of swag that he has. Keep reading to see them all now. »
One of the cutest Hollywood couples is at it again! Sarah Michelle Gellar posted a romantic throwback photo with her husband Freddie Prinze Jr. via Instagram on Thursday, May 21 — and they are ageless! "#Tbt ahhh youth is wasted on the young!!" the Crazy Ones alum, 38, captioned the snapshot. "We were babes (as in young)." Indeed, young and in love! The couple first met on the set of 1997's I Know What You Did Last Summer, and wed in September 2002. They went on to star [...] »
Will "The Craft" cast a spell on Hollywood yet again?
According to The Hollywood Reporter, a reboot of the 1996 supernatural teen thriller about four would-be witches at a high school is in the works.
Filmmaker Leigh Janiak (whose past credits include "The Honeymoon") has been tapped to write and direct the remake.
Read: 'I Know What You Did Last Summer' Gets A Reboot
The director reportedly impressed Sony with her take on a "female empowerment tale."
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- email@example.com (Access Hollywood)
New Line Cinema and Blumhouse Productions (Paranormal Activity, Insidious) have finally released a teaser trailer for their high school horror pic The Gallows. The film comes from writers/directors Chris Lofing and Travis Cluff.
Starring Cassidy Gifford, Ryan Shoos, Reese Mishler and Pfeifer Brown, The Gallows takes place twenty years after an accident caused the death of the lead actor during a high school play. Students at the same small town school resurrect the failed stage production in a misguided attempt to honor the anniversary of the tragedy—but ultimately find out that some things are better left alone. It's been said that the pic is something in the same vein as I Know What You Did Last Summer.
The teaser doesn't offer much. All we see is a girl, crying of terror, covered in blood. The movie opens July 10. Here's the trailer:
- Laura Frances
In the realm of post-"Scream" teen slasher flicks, "I Know What You Did Last Summer" isn't terrible. Which isn't the same as saying it's good! Because, objectively, "Ikwydls" is not a "good" movie. In fact, it's a pretty dumb one. But I'll be damned if I haven't watched it at least seven or eight times, and that's mostly thanks to Sarah Michelle Gellar's oddly compelling performance as Southport, North Carolina's doomed resident "Croaker Queen" Helen Shivers. Here's how old I am: I saw "Ikwydls" in theaters. The year was 1997, and I was...12? 14? Let's go with 14 (for now). We were in the midst of a horror "revolution," which is to say: one good movie came out ("Scream"), that movie became a giant sleeper hit, and Hollywood just kept making lesser versions of that movie over and over again until it stopped working for them. (I peg the end of »
- Chris Eggertsen
Sarah Michelle Gellar and Freddie Prinze Jr. have quite the long list of adorable moments together. Believe it or not, the couple has been married for more than a decade, and in one of her most recent Instagram snaps, the actress wrote, "Married almost 13 years and still enjoying each other's company." Her roles in Cruel Intentions and Buffy the Vampire Slayer put her on the map, while his performances in She's All That and I Know What You Did Last Summer made him a heartthrob. Their adorable relationship only upped the fan frenzy. In the years since they became a Hollywood power couple, the stars have had two children together, but save for a few selfies here and there, they've mostly kept their relationship under the radar. In honor of Smg's 38th birthday on Tuesday, keep scrolling to see our absolute favorite pictures of the cute couple through the years! »
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A: Jack for Sure! I mean, how can you fight Jack Nicholson with an axe!
Heather Donahue (Blair Witch) vs Sidney (Scream)
Come on – has to be Heather – she even scared me! Tough as nails…
Father Merrin (Exorcist) vs Jigsaw (Saw)
Father Merrin – what a bad-ass that dude was. Jigsaw was nothing but a good torture machine designer…
Norman Bates vs Ripley
Wow – tough one. Ripley »
- Dan Bullock
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