Entries from March 2010 ↓

from Ye Olde Vaulte: ALIENS

Because I haven't watched anything, I'm feeling lazy, and people didn't my comic strip review of Track of the Moon Beast, I've decided to post this old strip which I found earlier tonight when I was digging around in my hard drive* for...something.

You'll notice, perhaps, that this Aliens strip ends in a very similar fashion to the Track of the Moon Beast strip. I like to think that's because I'm "exploring themes" and not because I'm "lame" and I "only have two jokes". But still, it's a weird...I don't know, coincidence? Whatever you want to call it. I touched on it yesterday, but I think it's worth noting as a notable note: I truly did begin the Moon Beast strip intending it to be something completely different than what it ended up as. You know, I thought it might be an actual review that would at the very least make mention of "California Lady". Then I just started drawing and, well, you saw what happened. I guess this is just how my brain functions. Stupid brain!

Anyway. Click to embiggen!

I would also like to point out that either that bus is fucking humongous, or that old woman is extremely small.

Also, there's apparently a bus stop right outside the spaceship docking bay.

*not as hot as it sounds

Hey look! I’m in a book!

I wrote about this back in September but as you can see above, it's now become a reality! That's right, this past weekend I was handed an editors proof of Dark: A Horror Anthology to gawk over and maybe drool on a bit. (Just a bit, promise ...

Impressive Footage in Indie Creature Feaure ‘Underground’

Get ready to Step Into Hell with the crazy new creature feature Underground, which looks reminiscent of The Descent. "In the film a group of friends fight for their lives against lethal and ravenous creatures lurking underground. The group will find themselves at the mercy of creatures genetically engineered by the military to be expendable in battle. They are stronger and faster than humans and can destroy their enemies with their bare hands and teeth. These creatures survived in the dark, eating whatever flesh wandered into their lair. Though they fought countless battles in Iraq, Matt and Storm never knew real fear until they went underground." Check out the trailer inside.

Ellen Page and Cillian Murphy Featured in ‘Peacock’ Clip

Starring Ellen Page and Cillian Murphy, it's kind of telling that Michael Lander's Peacock is getting dumped to DVD on April 20 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. Collecting dust for quite some time now, I'm not expecting much of this thriller, which looks incredibly bland. Just check out the new clip below. The title is derived from tiny Peacock, Neb., where Murphy's character, a split personality, fools the town into believing his two alter egos are man and wife. Page plays a struggling young mother who holds the key to his past and sparks a battle between the personalities.

I’m so totally reminding you…

...that tonight's episode of The Scare-ening will feature the legendary Joe Bob Briggs*. I think you should call in to talk to him- I mean, it's a live program and he's contractually obligated** to take your calls. You can also log into the show's chat room to ask questions if that's more your style.

8pm PST/11pm EST- be there and be square!

* If you don't know who Joe Bob Briggs is, I'm not sure we have anything left to say to each other.

**not true

Alice Puts a Shotgun to Your Face in First ‘Resident Evil: Afterlife’ Images!

Sony Screen Gems provided MySpace with the first ever images from Resident Evil: Afterlife, the Paul W.S. Anderson directed 3-D sequel arriving in theaters September 10, 2010. The first pic displays Alice (Milla Jovovich) and Claire Redfield (Ali Larter) in the rain rocking a shotgun, with the others featuring all sorts of action. What can you make out of the pics? Any clues? Watch MySpace Horror for the trailer premiere this Saturday at 2:15pm PST.

Nissan Z Picture

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Track of the Moon Beast!

Click to embiggen!

I realize I didn't mention the awesome musical interlude, or the fact that in the end, Professor Johnny Longbow kills Lizard Paul, who "explodes"- meaning, the screen turns red. What can I say? I start these comics and then they end up in a different place than I'd originally intended. C'est la something something.

I did, however, write about my favorite scene from this film and how much it affected me when I was a dumb kid over at Mermaid Heather...so, you know, you can read that if you want to.

Shout Factory! Announces ‘Gamera, The Giant Monster’ Special Edition

From Japan the country that brought us such mythical movie monsters as Godzilla, Rodan, Mothra and King Ghidorah storms Gamera, the titanic terrapin feared by adults and loved by children. On May 18, 2010, Shout! Factory will unleash Gamera, The Giant Monster Special Edition on DVD for the first time in its unedited original version, with English subtitles in anamorphic widescreen from an all-new HD master. The DVD includes a 12-page booklet with an essay by director Noriaki Yuasa, a photo gallery, trailers and more. The collectible Gamera, The Giant Monster Special Edition DVD is priced to own at $19.93.

Interview: ‘Clash of the Titans’ Character Designer Aaron Sims

We caught up with Clash of the Titans character designer Aaron Sims to chat about the remake arriving in theaters this Friday. If you click here you can read about how Ray Harryhausen inspired him, his relationship with director Louis Leterrier and how he came up with new and improved looks to the classic characters such as Medusa, the Kraken and more. Don't forget to also check out our interview with writers Matt Manfredi and Phil Hay, Chris Eggertsen's in depth report from the junket, and also watch several clips. Clash of the Titans arrives in theaters this Friday in both 2-D and fake 3-D.

After Dark Originals: First Details and Images from ‘Prowl’!

While all 8 films have already been announced, today After Dark Films has provided Bloody Disgusting with the first info and stills from Prowl. Part of the After Dark Originals series, Prowl is new take on a classic creature written by Tim Tori (Hysteria, Trespassers) and directed by Patrik Syversen (Manhunt). Bruce Payne, Courtney Hope, and Saxon Trainor all star. Get the info and stills below!

‘Long Pigs’ Trailer, Website and Premiere Date

Chris Pow­er and Nathan Hynes' Long Pigs is a "mocumentary" horror comedy is about two documentary filmmakers who follow a serial killer who has a taste for cooking with human flesh. Acting and the special effects are done by none other than Chris Bridges, who did the effects for 300, Dawn of the Dead, Blade II, Max Payne and many others. It will have its US theatrical premier April 22, 2010 at the Times Cinema in Milwaukee WI. Meet the filmmakers and actors. Tickets are only $5.00.

Adam Mason’s ‘Pig’ to World Premiere FREE Right Here on Bloody Disgusting!!

Remember the good ol' days when your friend would slip you a copy (Beta, VHS or DVD) of a horror film they discovered in the hopes that you'd love it as well? Director Adam Mason (The Devil's Chair, Blood River, Broken) and producer/star Andrew Howard want to take you back to those days as they'll be giving away their latest collaboration for FREE here on Bloody Disgusting (and on Dread Central). We'll be holding the world premiere of PIG on April 17th at 6pm PST. Mark your calendars and get ready for a feature film debut, right here, for FREE. How can you lose? You can't. Check out the first poster and get the first info below.

New ‘The Twilight Saga: Eclipse’ Imagery Shows Vampires on the Hunt

Below you'll find a link to three new images from Summit Entertainment's The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, the third feature film adaptation directed by David Slade and arriving in theaters June 30. As Seattle is ravaged by a string of mysterious killings and a malicious vampire continues her quest for revenge, Bella once again finds herself surrounded by danger. In the midst of it all, she is forced to choose between her love for Edward and her friendship with Jacob knowing that her decision has the potential to ignite the ageless struggle between vampire and werewolf. With her graduation quickly approaching, Bella has one more decision to make: life or death. But which is which?

‘The Human Centipede: First Sequence’ One Sheet Debut!

This year's super uncomfortable and creepy shocker, The Human Centipede, will be arriving OnDemand April 28th before hitting theaters on April 30 from IFC Films. Yesterday you saw some really bizarre sketches of the Franken-creature, now we've got the official one sheet that's just as unsettling. The sole fact of me sitting here writing about the movie is jogging my memory and making me cringe. How many of you plan on seeing this? VOD or in theaters?