Wednesday, November 24, 2010

New Apollo 18 Poster

Looks cool:.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

R.I.P. Ingrid Pitt

Thanks to my friend Jim McLeod, I've learned that horror icon Ingrid Pitt has died. If you are a fan of the Hammer Horror films, Ms. Pitt was the most recognizeable female actress, and her roles in Countess Dracula and The Vampire Lovers, brought Hammer to a new level of eroticism. More details at BBC News.

Monday, November 22, 2010

Thursday, November 18, 2010

My Posting Has Not Been So Prolix

After the big October push, I slacked off of posting, but I will resume shortly, I promise. Like you care.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

My Interview With Norman Partridge

My short interview with Norman Partridge is now up at Cemetery Dance's We Interrupt This Author website. Norm is the author of the classic Dark Harvest, and his new book from CD is Johnny Halloween: Tales of the Dark Season.

Yeah, Well, Okay

So I took the week to think about it and have decided not to nuke the site. Hold on to your hats, as I'm sure an announcement like this will have a big effect on the stock market.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Dark Tower Movie has reported (and Universal has confirmed, the release date for the first film in the series adapting Stephen King's Dark Tower series will be May 17, 2013. This is part of an ambitious undertaking which will have three movies, with seasons of a tv series between them as a bridge, to tell the complete Dark Tower story. Some people are leery of Ron Howard a the creative force behind this; and certainly the movie trilogy/tv series concept is one of the most ambitious gambles in entertainment history.

Skyline Poster

I don't want to be overly optimistic, but this looks pretty good:

Opening November 12th.

Monday, November 1, 2010

Rock and Roll Reform School Zombies

Here's something I'm a little late on: Deadite Press has released Bryan Smith's new book Rock and Roll Reform School Zombies. Smith is an author who never disappoints, so this one is worth checking out. You can order it (very cheaply, compared with what books are going for these days) through Amazon.

Carpenter to Direct Darkchylde

According to Total Film, John Carpenter's next film will be an adaptation of the comic book Darkchylde. I'm not familiar with the comic, but sense I watched The Thing and Halloween last night for Halloween, I'm on a bit of a Carpenter high, and hoping for the best. I wonder if that means he will no longer be directing Fangland?