Daily Archives: November 17, 2010

FASTER KRAKEN, KILL! KILL!

Dear Lord, I couldn’t pass this by without bring its cheesy, sexy glory to you, my Mad Loves. Coming straight from the land down under is Stuart Simpson’s insane-looking indie creature feature El Monstro del Mar and I’ve got a trailer to show you after the jump: Read the rest of this entry

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MORSELS OF THE MACABRE: NEWS BITES FROM BEYOND THE DEAD

Hello, hello Mad Loves, John of the Dead here bringing you what will be a semi-regular column from this point out: Morsels of the Macabre. Here, I’ll be collecting a random assemblage of news bits from the world of horror, short, sweet and easy to eat, like brains to a zombie. And here. We. Go: Read the rest of this entry

JAMES BOND AND HAN SOLO ARE COWBOYS NOW

Here we have the teaser trailer for Cowboys & Aliens (formerly Cowboys vs. Aliens), the latest film from Iron Man 1&2 director Jon Favreau. When I first heard about this project, my knee-jerk reaction was to say that I’d rather shove a white-hot trident into my face than have anything to do with it, but It actually looks pretty decent. However, in a Summer where you already have Captain America, Thor, The last Harry Potter film, Cars 2, Pirates of the Carribean: On Stranger Tides, Green Lantern, and Transformers: Dark of the Moon, it’s bound to get overlooked. What do you think?

NEW ‘PAUL’ POSTER

It’s a slow news day, so here’s a look at a new poster for the movie Paul, the latest Simon Pegg-Nick Frost team-up. Check it out after the jump.

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WAIT, THEY’RE REMAKING WHAT NOW?

UPDATE: Zemickis’ publicist has “emphatically denied that he’ll be involved”.

Apparently, beloved  Back To The Future director Robert Zemeckis is in talks to remake The Wizard of Oz, using the original 1939 shooting script. Zemeckis hasn’t made a live-action film since 2000’s Cast Away, choosing instead to focus on creepy motion-capture CG animated weirdness like The Polar Express and Beowulf. He’s also currently developing a CG-animated re-make of The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine. Read the rest of this entry

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