“Tremors” Reboot Confirmed by Don Michael Paul

Tremors (1990)

  Giant sand-worm fans rejoice!  Director/Writer/Actor Don Michael Paul has confirmed on his blog that he will be in charge of rebooting the Tremors franchise for Universal.  Though it's uncertain as to what role Paul will be playing the creative process, he mentions that he will be heading to Johannesburg, South Africa to work on Tremors.  Given the dry climate, it's safe to assume that this is where filming will take place. Here's what he said: After I finish up “Company Of … [Read more...]

Review: The Host (2006)

The Host (2006)

Directed By: Bong Joon-ho Written By: Baek Chul-hyun, Bong Joon-ho Starring: Song Kang-ho, Byun Hee-bong, Park Hae-il, Bae Doona, Go Ah-sung MPAA: Rated R Review: 4/4 It begins in classic fashion: an American military scientist stationed in South Korea unwisely breaks protocol by contaminating the Han River with formaldehyde.  A few years later, two fishermen discover a small, mutated creature swimming around them.  They attempt to catch it, but the mutant gets away. Some time after … [Read more...]

Guillermo Del Toro has Tons of Upcoming Projects, None of them are “Hellboy 3”

Guillermo Del Toro

Guillermo Del Toro is a workaholic.  Along with the announcement of  Pacific Rim 2--due for release sometime in 2017--the Mexican director has a TV version of his vampire book series The Strain debuting next week for FX, and is continuing to campaign for an adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's At the Mountains of Madness.  Oh yeah, and he has a horror film, Crimson Peak, in post-production.  Does this man ever sleep? Speaking with The Wall Street Journal, Del Toro candidly discusses about all of … [Read more...]

Review: Monsters (2010)

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  Directed By: Gareth Edwards Written By: Gareth Edwards Starring: Scoot McNairy, Whitney Able MPAA: Rated R Review: 3/4 Before he was tasked to reinvigorate the Godzilla franchise, British director Gareth Edwards had exactly one film under his belt: Monsters, a tale of survival, political unrest and giant alien squid monsters from who-knows-where.  Released in 2010, Monsters is indie-movie to the core; budgets were kept painstakingly low, special effects done completely … [Read more...]