4 items from 2010
Hold on to your pants fellas we have a quick update on the previously announced 'Piranha 3D: The Sequel'. Better known currently as 'Piranha 3Dd' (get it!?) the follow-up is due to arrive in theatres next Summer and those boys over at Bloody Disgusting have announced a few snippets of deets about the project. First off it will shot in real 3D and that 'Feast', 'Feast II: Sloppy Seconds' and 'Feast III: The Happy Finish' helmer John Gulager will indeed be in the directors chair. And even SFX make-up artist Gary Tunnicliffe has confirmed that there Will be 'gratuitous sex, violence and carnage'. Boo-ya! I guess it'll have a lot to live up to following Alexandre Aja's blood and boob fest that was 'Piranha 3D'. When you include pornstars galore, a naked Kelly Brook and Riley Steele (below) making out in an underwater »
After the eye-popping, blood-soaked "Piranha 3D" was both a critical and box office hit this summer, Dimension wants to get back in the water. Sure to pack in even more gruesome kills and, according to its title, more nudity, "Pirahna 3 Dd" is on its way.
According to Deadline Hollywood, Dimension wants to have "Piranha 3 Dd" in theaters by late August 2011. John Gulager, of "Project Greenlight" fame and director of guilty pleasure creature-feature "Feast," is set to direct, while "Saw 3D" scribes Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan will write.
The first "Piranha 3D" lifted its name and fish from the 1978 cult classic (and it's James Cameron-directed sequel), but with a brand new story. In the film, Elisabeth Shue played Sheriff Julie Forester, »
This writer hit Scream 2010 (held at the Greek Theatre in La) and its after party (at the Music Box in Hollywood) this past Saturday night, and while we’ll be bleeding out a number of the interviews we conducted over the week (the airing of the event takes place tonight, October 19 on Spike TV), we are first bringing you our chat with Saw 3D co-scribe Marcus Dunstan, who took some time on the carpet to chat up that film as well as his coming flick The Collection and more.
No lie: I dig Dunstan, he of the infectious laugh, twisted personality and black fuzzy jacket. It seems only yesterday when I was seated in a lawn chair next to him in the high-desert enclave of Agua Dolce at 3am, watching together as FX-man Gary Tunnicliffe thrust a prosthetic beast-baby’s junk into actress Diane Goldner’s mouth while director John Gulager shouted, »
Another week in October, another bounty crop of horror DVDs and Blu-rays. This week we have home entertainment from recent theatrical releases of nightmares of the mind as well as re-releases of classic and campy horror, all with boatloads of extras.
Then there are other horror titles that are being re-released on Blu-ray or in packs for double dipping. On top of that, horror offerings from Asia, past seasons of TV shows, manga, novels, and even video games are all vying for our pocketbooks. And we still have four more weeks of October to go.
Next year October needs to begin in August.
Human Centipede: First Sequence
Directed by Tom Six
Human Centipede: First Sequence (review) was a sensation ever since its first mention. Stephen Colbert even talked about it at the 2010 Emmys Awards broadcast! The premise cannot be simpler. Two pretty American girls are on a road trip through Europe. »
4 items from 2010
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