Showing posts from October, 2011

The Rules Of Halloween From 'Trick 'r Treat'

'Tis the season...for trick or treating! Check out the videos below for four essential Halloween rules to abide by, sponsored by FearNET and Trick 'r Treat ...

Writers Talk A Little 'Captain America 2'

'Captain America' Curious as to what decade Captain America will be in after The Avengers ?  Well, it's looking like Captain America 2 will be staying put -- in the present. We talked a little bit before about the boundaries you’re stuck with in regards to the greater Marvel Movie Universe. You guys have been tapped for the sequel already, so here’s the obvious question: What’s in store for Captain America down the road? SM – I think it’s safe for us to say that it’s primarily set in the modern day. That seems to have been the biggest question people have been wondering about regarding the sequel. Most people know the story of Captain America as the story of this man out of time, and because The Avengers is such a big movie, and because [Avengers director] Joss Whedon has so many moving pieces, we’ve been left with room to explore Cap entering the modern day wondering, “What is all this? What’s happened to the world” and so on. CM – We made

First 'American Reunion' Teaser Trailer Is Here

The class of 1999 returns. Check out the red-band teaser trailer for American Reunion below. The trailer plays great homage to the original while also bringing something new to the table via Michelle (Allison Hannigan) and no-so-secret band-geek ways. This flick can't get here fast enough!

'Trick 'r Treat - Making Friends' Short Film

Sam in 'Trick 'r Treat' Check out Trick 'r Treat director Michael Dougherty's short film Trick 'r Treat - Making Friends which serves as a promo to FEARnet's 24 hours of Trick 'r Treat on Halloween. Honestly, just seeing little Sam gets me excited for not only Halloween, but the possibility of more sequels to Dougherty's smash hit.

'The Avengers' Teaser Trailer Is Live

The teaser trailer for The Avengers is finally here. Check it out below and feel free to sound off with your thoughts in the comments section below.

Finally, 'Intruder' Is Coming To Blu-ray/DVD

'Intruder' Blu-ray/DVD combo  At last, Intruder is coming to blu-ray and DVD.  Check out all the specs below... Scott Spiegel's INTRUDER presented uncut for the first time in beautiful high-definition in a DVD/Blu-ray combo! It’s 10 pm and the employees of Michigan’s Walnut Lake Supermarket are in for a really bad night. The place is shutting its doors for good, and the night crew has a long shift ahead of them... longer than they think! The lovely check-out girl has a deranged ex-boyfriend, the store’s phone lines are cut and the employees start dying in the most stomach-churning ways imaginable (courtesy of Academy Award®-winning KNB EFX Group). A deranged killer is on the loose in the grocery store! Can anyone stop this murderous intruder? Synapse Films is proud to present Scott Spiegel’s INTRUDER , the “holy grail” of extreme gore cinema, in an all-new 2K high-definition transfer of the original uncut, uncensored version. Sam Raimi (director of

Cronenberg Has Written 'Fly' Sequel

'The Fly' Now this is interesting. David Cronenberg has written a sequel to The Fly . Not a remake, but a sequel. Now whether or not this would be a part three or pull an H20 and disregard previous installments making it a direct sequel to the original is yet to be determined. Cronenberg had this to say... "'The Fly' is not exactly a remake, it's sort of a sequel, kinda. Yeah, that was a thing. I've written a script of that, and I don't know if that's going to really happen, but that has to do with Fox." Thanks to Shock Till You Drop for the scoop.

'Scream 5' Storyline In The Works

© Sequel-Buzz The wheels of Scream 5 may be starting to roll a little over at Dimension... Buried within Wes Craven’s answers in a new interview with Arrow in the Head is general word that the Weinsteins are actively developing a Scream 5 idea right now which is a critical point of difference to the project up to recently being in a holding pattern . SCREAM 4 certainly was conceived as the first of a new trilogy. Kevin [Williamson] sketched out a trilogy arc, that was the original concept. I’m sure the studio would like to do the rest of the trilogy, and it seems like the box office – the foreign sales – has justified doing another one. And then it’s a matter of a script that’s worthy of being the second installment. From what I hear, that’s probably what Bob [Weinstein] is doing right now, trying to get to that second concept for a second film. Overall Craven provides an insightful discussion as always, illuminating upon why Scream 4 ‘s aftermath scene was remov