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CS Interview: Matthew Modine Talks Wrong Turn & Love for Horror Genre

CS Interview: Matthew Modine talks Wrong Turn & love for horror genre Just in time for the reboot’s Blu-ray release, ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to chat with Golden Globe winner and Emmy nominee Matthew Modine (Stranger Things) to discuss Wrong Turn and his love for the horror genre! WARNING: Some spoilers lie ahead for 2021’s Wrong Turn if (typeof readAdmiralCookie === "function"){ admiral_status = readAdmiralCookie(); } if (typeof g...
Tags: England, Movies, Jack Nicholson, Australia, Trayvon Martin, Bill, Ruby, Roger Corman, Bruce Campbell, Charlotte, Foundation, Golden Globe, The Foundation, Linda Blair, Appalachian Trail, Living Dead


Marvel Studios’ Fantastic Four Gets a New Pre-Production Update

Marvel Studios’ Fantastic Four Gets a New Pre-Production Update Deadline’s Justin Kroll took to Twitter to share a new update regarding Marvel Studios’ long-awaited Fantastic Four project’s progress, confirming that there is currently no script attached to the Jon Watts-directed film. He also revealed that Marvel Studios had just recently started talking with potential writers. This new pre-production update comes after circulating reports about Oscar winner and X-Men alum Jennifer Lawrence’...
Tags: Jennifer Lawrence, Movies, Fantastic Four, Deadpool, Stan Lee, Marvel Comics, Marvel Studios, Jack Kirby, Roger Corman, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Michael B Jordan, Watts, Kevin Feige, Tom Holland, Josh Trank, Jon Watts


How we made: Jane Asher and Roger Corman on The Masque of the Red Death

‘I hated the bath scene. They stuck awful little modesty circles on my nipples and they kept floating off’My Edgar Allan Poe adaptations began in 1960 with The Fall of the House of Usher. I held off doing The Masque of the Red Death, because I felt it had some similarities to Ingmar Bergman’s The Seventh Seal, with its hooded figures, and I might be accused of copying. But it got to the point where it was the best unadapted one left, so I thought I’d go ahead and worry about it later. Continue r...
Tags: Books, Film, Edgar Allan Poe, Culture, Film adaptations, Roger Corman, Horror Films, Ingmar Bergman, House of Usher, Jane Asher


January 26 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases

January 26 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s January 26 Blu-ray, Digital HD and DVD column! We’ve highlighted this week’s releases in detailed write-ups of different titles below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon!  if ( ! ezoic_test() ) { PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; adm...
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Phil Spector, legendary producer convicted of murder, dies in prison

LOS ANGELES — Legendary record producer Phil Spector, who was serving a prison term in Stockton for the 2003 murder of actress Lana Clarkson in Spector’s Alhambra home, died at a hospital on Saturday evening, prison officials announced Sunday. Spector was 81. Prison officials said he died of natural causes, but he had been diagnosed with COVID-19 several weeks ago and was previously hospitalized before returning to California Health Care Facility, which is a prison for inmates with medical or me...
Tags: News, George Harrison, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Obituaries, Stockton, Obituary, San Joaquin County, Bronx, Clarkson, Roger Corman, Rogers, Phil Spector, West Hollywood, Los Angeles County


‘Hellraiser’ Rights Return to Creator Clive Barker Next Year

It’s been a surprisingly busy year for Hellraiser news (perhaps because we’re all trapped in hell). There’s a Hellraiser TV series in the works at HBO, with Halloween director David Gordon Green at the helm. And then there’s a Hellraiser reboot from filmmaker David Bruckner (The Night House). And now here’s perhaps the biggest Hellraiser news of all: the American rights to the franchise are now back in the hands of original creator Clive Barker. Clive Barker has had next to nothing to do wit...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Horror, Baker, Roger Corman, Clive-Barker, Hellraiser, Ben Collins, Barker, David Gordon Green, Business and Industry News, David Bruckner, Luke Piotrowski, Clive Barker Clive Barker, Larry Kuppin


Amazon Cyber Monday 2020 Deals Are Here!

Amazon Cyber Monday 2020 Deals Are Here! Amazon Cyber Monday 2020 Deals are here! ComingSoon.net will be monitoring the action and updating regularly so movie, TV, and game fans can use our guide as a one-stop-shop for all the best offers. Click the links below to start your shopping spree now! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCoo...
Tags: Amazon, Cyber Monday, Comics, Games, TV, Movies, Horror, Digital, Samsung, Sony, Nba, Nintendo, TV News, Dvd, Hdr, Steven Spielberg


POLL RESULTS: Who is the Greatest Horror Director?

POLL RESULTS: Who is the Greatest Horror Director? To celebrate the arrival of Halloween, ComingSoon.net asked our readers just who was the greatest horror director in the cinematic genre’s history and with over 1,000 votes polled the results are in and one mind with a penchant for the apocalyptic came out victorious. Check out the results below! RELATED: POLL RESULTS: Who is the Greatest Slasher Icon? PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptSta...
Tags: London, Movies, House, David Cronenberg, Guillermo Del Toro, Roman Polanski, Lucio Fulci, David Lynch, Alfred Hitchcock, Peter Jackson, Eli Roth, Steven Spielberg, Roger Corman, Clive Barker, Rob Zombie, John Carpenter


Film Producer Gene Corman, Brother of Roger Corman, Dies at 93

Film producer Gene Corman, who frequently collaborated with his older brother Roger Corman, died at his home on Sept. 28. He was 93. Roger Corman confirmed Gene Corman’s passing and said, “My brother was a great man, both as a producer and as a family man.” Gene Corman was born in Detroit in 1927, 17 […]
Tags: News, Obituaries, People News, Detroit, Roger Corman, New World Pictures, Gene Corman, The Big Red One, Gene Corman Brother of Roger Corman


Animated ‘Creepshow’ Halloween Special Coming to Shudder With Stories From Stephen King and Joe Hill

If you’re jonesing for some new Creepshow and can’t wait until season 2, Shudder has you covered. An animated Creepshow Halloween special will air on the horror streaming service this October, bringing stories by Stephen King and son Joe Hill to life with the voice talents of Kiefer Sutherland and Joey King. Creepshow TV series creator Greg Nicotero directs. Creepshow is coming back on October 26, just in time for Halloween, with an animated Halloween special. The special will adapt two stor...
Tags: Echo, UK, Texas, Television, Movies, Horror, Stephen-King, Canada, Calvin, Roger Corman, Kiefer-Sutherland, Rob Zombie, Joey King, Mohawk, Joe Hill, Kurt


Eli Roth’s History of Horror Season 2 Teaser Previews October Return

Eli Roth’s History of Horror Season 2 teaser previews October return AMC has released the official trailer for the upcoming second season of their horror documentary series Eli Roth’s History of Horror as the new season explores witches, hell houses, body horror and more. The series is scheduled to make its return on Saturday, October 10. Check out the video in the player below along with Season 2’s talent teaser! RELATED: NOS4A2 Showrunner Confirms AMC Has Canceled Series After Two Seasons ...
Tags: Horror, TV, Amc, Eli Roth, Eli Roth's History of Horror, TV News, Video


Shudder September 2020 Schedule Starts Off Halloween Lineup

Shudder September 2020 schedule starts off Halloween lineup The list for the new Shudder September 2020 movies and TV titles have been released, which you can now view below along with the streaming service’s annual Halloween lineup. According to Vital Thrills, AMC’s horror streamer has decided to make things different this year by expanding their normal 31 Days of Halloween into 61 Days of Halloween instead. The lineup will also include weekly original/exclusive movie premieres; a new The L...
Tags: Horror, Movies, TV, Movie News, Shudder, Streaming, TV News


61 Days of Halloween Lineup Headed to Shudder to Remind Us the Reason for the Season

It’s almost the most wonderful time of the year – Halloween season. And rather than waiting until October, Shudder, the horror streaming service, is getting a head-start on the holiday with 61 Days of Halloween, a  two-month celebration featuring weekly original/exclusive movie premieres; a new The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs Halloween special; a collection of Vincent Price movies, a new version of The Ghoul Log (a Halloween-themed take on the Christmas Yule Log), and more. “We usually...
Tags: Halloween, UK, Movies, Horror, Edgar Allan Poe, Vincent Price, Canada, Madrid, Sam, Roger Corman, Danzig, Glenn Danzig, Diana Rigg, Josh Ruben, Joe Hill, Wayne


If You Wanted a Cyberpunk ’47 Ronin’ Sequel Set 300 Years in the Future, We Have Good News

Typically, when a movie performs so poorly that it earns a reputation as one of the biggest box office bombs of a given year, it’s a good sign that the film in question won’t be getting a sequel. But inexplicably, that maxim does not seem to apply to the 2013 Keanu Reeves film 47 Ronin, because that movie is getting a cyberpunk sequel set 300 years in the future. Deadline says that Netflix will distribute this 47 Ronin sequel, which will be produced by Universal 1440, the production arm of Un...
Tags: Movies, China, Sci-fi, Disney, Netflix, Sequels, Ridley Scott, Keanu Reeves, Yuan, Deadline, Roger Corman, Qiang, 47 Ronin, Action/Adventure, Universal Studios Home Entertainment, Ron Yuan


Eli Roth’s History of Horror Season 2 Sets Premiere Date & Guest Line-Up

Eli Roth’s History of Horror Season 2 sets premiere date & guest line-up AMC has announced the premiere date and guest line-up for the upcoming second season of their horror documentary series Eli Roth’s History of Horror. Hosted by the titular horror filmmaker, the series is scheduled to make its return on Saturday, October 10 on AMC. Go on spooky deep dives with @StephenKing, @JordanPeele, @meganfox and more when @eliroth’s #HistoryofHorror returns in October: https://t.co/7RsOaFvauY pic....
Tags: Movies, Amc, Cate Blanchett, Stanley Tucci, Eli Roth, Roger Corman, Eli, Alejandro Amenabar, Nancy Allen, Megan Fox Jennifer, History of Horror Season, Ari Aster Midsommar James Brolin, Amityville Horror Piper, Laurie Carrie Bill Hader, Katharine Isabelle Freddie, Jason Rachel


Everything You Should Watch After You Stream ‘Howard’ on Disney+

Howard Ashman is, hyperbole be damned, one of the most important figures in the history of animation. It’s an impressive feat considering that he never once drew a character or directed an animated feature. You may not know his name, but Howard Ashman’s words have given life to some of the most beloved characters of modern Disney animation. What’s more, his lyrical compositions and collaboration with composer Alan Menken inspired the last 30 years of mainstream American animation in one way or...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Robin Williams, New York City, Disney, Features, Williams, Middle East, Broadway, Bill Murray, Charles Dickens, Walt Disney Company, Steve Martin, Little Mermaid, Ariel, Angela Lansbury


CS Interview: Talia Shire Talks Cult Classic Rad

CS Interview: Talia Shire Talks Cult Classic Rad Rad remains one of the great guilty pleasures of the 1980s — a rockin’ youth versus the man story that features glorious stunts and one of the most insane dance sequences of all time. The cult classic finally landed on Blu-ray and 4K in May, and to commemorate the event, ComingSoon.net sat down and spoke with living legend and two-time Oscar nominee Talia Shire (Rocky, The Godfather, The Godfather: Part II), who starred in the film as Mrs. Jon...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Canada, Shire, Jack, Jason, Calgary, Roger Corman, Matthew, Robert, Josh, Calgary Alberta, Hal, Barbara Stanwyck, Paul Newman, Smokey


‘Japan Sinks: 2020’ Trailer: A New Sci-Fi Disaster Anime From the Creator of ‘Devilman Crybaby’

Masaaki Yuasa is one of the hardest working filmmakers in the anime industry right now. On top of directing hit anime series like Devilman Crybaby and Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken, he’s also made time to helm artful, critically acclaimed films like The Night is Short, Walk on Girl, and Ride Your Wave. And the amazing thing about a Yuasa project is that you’re not sure what to expect every time. Will you get a hardcore violent sci-fi series? Or a sweet, whimsical comedy? With his newest series J...
Tags: Japan, Television, Movies, Drama, Sci-fi, Netflix, Anime, Roger Corman, Shin Godzilla, Shinji Higuchi, Yuasa, Masaaki Yuasa, TV Trailer, Masaaki Yuasa Devilman Crybaby, Japan Sinks: 2020, Mind Game Yuasa


NASA and SpaceX's launch was postponed, but at least we got to see their wildly corny spacesuits

The much-heralded joint launch between NASA and Elon Musk's SpaceX was postponed on Wednesday due to light rain in Florida. It was a disappointing anticlimax for the first manned space launch from American soil since 2011 — all systems were "go" just an hour before astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley were scheduled for 4:33 p.m. liftoff — but there was a silver lining to the clouds above Cape Canaveral: the world got to see, for the first time, NASA and SpaceX's alarmingly chees...
Tags: Hong Kong, Spacex, Elon Musk, Florida, News, Nasa, Biden, Roger Corman, Musk, Trump, Cape Canaveral, Hurley, Douglas Hurley, Behnken, Robert Behnken, Twitter China


12 Delightfully Freaky Horror Movies From the 1960s

You’ve seen Night of the Living Dead, Psycho, and Rosemary’s Baby. But have you seen a pre-Star Trek William Shatner being chased by a succubus in a movie filmed entirely in Esperanto? Or a made-in-Japan (with a non-Japanese cast) alien creature feature with the grooviest theme song ever? Read on!Read more...
Tags: Japan, Science, Vincent Price, Bette Davis, William Shatner, Nostalgia, Hammer, Roger Corman, Rosemary, Joan Crawford, Eyes Without A Face, What Ever Happened To Baby Jane, Incubus, Mario Bava, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Planet of the Vampires


Dean Vernon Wormer's Lockdown-Friendly, Double-Secret Probationary Quarantine-Quality Movie Quiz

Dennis Cozzalio of the Sergio Leone and the Infield Fly Rule blog has posted another of his famous movie quizes, and as always, I'm excited to participate. Previous installments answering questions from Professor Hubert Farnsworth, David Huxley, Professor Fate, Professor Russell Johnson, Dr. Smith, Professor Peabody, Professor Severus Snape, Professor Ed Avery, Dr. Anton Phibes, Sister Clodagh, Professor Arthur Chipping, Miss Jean Brodie, Professor Larry Gopnick, Professor Dewey Finn, Ms. Eliza...
Tags: Movies, White House, US, Austin, Paul Greengrass, Ocean, Paris, Clint Eastwood, Oliver Stone, Broadway, James Bond, Johnny Flynn, Akira Kurosawa, Jfk, Quentin Tarantino, Birdman


Mother of all sci-fi: which is the best Alien movie?

The series has delivered a horror masterwork, a seminal shoot-em-up and some auteurist gems ... but how do they rank?What better way to celebrate the recent Alien Day than to place the eight movies in the long-running space saga into some kind of order of excellence? And also perhaps to ask how so many film-makers have managed to muck up the original film’s formula.Let’s start at the bottom. The two Alien vs Predator movies from 2004 and 2007 are now remembered largely for their staggering bland...
Tags: Film, Earth, Fox, Culture, Sigourney Weaver, Ridley Scott, James Cameron, Alien, David Fincher, John Hurt, Roger Corman, Colin, Lance Henriksen, Paul WS Anderson, Science fiction and fantasy films, Ray Kellogg


Roger Corman Wants Your Short for His Quarantine Film Festival

The B-movie king is hosting the "first and hopefully last" Corman Quarantine Film Festival, and he wants to see your short films.
Tags: News, Entertainment, Roger Corman


The Roger Corman Quarantine Film Festival Is Asking for Submissions from Your Home and Backyard

Since we’re still all going to be stuck in quarantine for at least a few more weeks, you might be looking for something else to occupy your time. If you’re an aspiring filmmaker looking to get a little creative, or you just want to try your hand at making a movie of your own, legendary B-movie producer Roger Corman has an opportunity for you. Roger Corman, the man behind such cult favorites as Death Race 2000, Vincent Price’s The House of Usher, and the infamous adaptation of Marvel’s Fantastic...
Tags: Movies, Events, Contests, Eli Roth, Roger Corman, Short Films, Corman, Andy Muschietti, Corman Quarantine Film Festival


New to Stream: The Film Detective’s Golden Age of Comedy April Lineup

New to stream: The Film Detective’s Golden Age of Comedy April lineup For audiences looking for brighter entertainment in the current dark times, classic streaming network The Film Detective has got an April lineup dedicated to the Golden Age of Comedy showcasing iconic goofs including The Three Stooges, Buster Keaton, Dean Martin and more! RELATED: New to Stream: Magnolia Selects April 2020 Titles The streaming service began the month with a full 24 hours showcasing the Stooges, Keaton, M...
Tags: Apple, Movies, Streaming, Charlie Chaplin, Roger Corman, Abbott, Chaplin, Roku Amazon Fire TV, Joe Dante, Movie News, Corman, Sam Sherman, Quibi, The Film Detective, Buster Keaton Dean Martin, Keaton Martin Jerry Lewis


Shout Factory TV To Air The Johnny Carson Show!

Shout Factory TV to air The Johnny Carson Show! Fans looking to revisit the classic days of talk shows can rejoice as Shout Factory TV has announced it will be streaming episodes of the iconic The Johnny Carson Show beginning in April! The announcement trailer can be viewed in the player below! RELATED: Shout! Factory Purchases the Roger Corman Film Library The streaming service will debut the first collection of episodes from The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson followed by grouping en...
Tags: TV, Movies, Jimmy Fallon, George Carlin, TV News, Streaming, Michael Caine, Roger Corman, Conan O'brien, Drew Carey, Johnny Carson, TV Premiere Date, Jim Fowler, Roku Amazon Fire Apple, Shout Factory TV, The Johnny Carson Show


Fantastic Four: John Krasinski Would Love to Become the MCU’s Reed Richards

Fantastic Four: John Krasinski would love to become the MCU’s Reed Richards Since Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige had confirmed that they’re indeed developing a new Fantastic Four film at last year’s Comic-Con, many fans have already started choosing actors and actresses that they think would be the best ones to playJo Marvel’s first family. It soon became pretty clear that the most popular and favorite fan casting would be the real-life married couple and A Quiet Place duo John Krasinki...
Tags: Movies, Fantastic Four, Marvel, Oscar, Scarlett Johansson, Jon Favreau, Emily Blunt, Marvel Studios, Chris Evans, Roger Corman, John Krasinski, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Michael B Jordan, Krasinski, Kevin, Peggy Carter


10 Classic "So-Bad-They're-Good" Films

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Tags: Music, Roger Corman, Ed Wood, Tommy Wiseau, The Room, Glen Or Glenda, List this, Birdemic: shock and terror, Deadly prey, Maniac cop 2, Mac or me, Samurai cop, Troll 2


‘Little Shop of Horrors’ Remake Wants Chris Evans to be a Dentist

Today in wild casting news no one saw coming: Chris Evans is joining the cast of the Little Shop of Horrors remake. But the former Captain America isn’t being courted to play lead loser Seymour. Instead, the film wants Evans to play sadistic dentist Orin Scrivello, a role made famous by Steve Martin in the 1986 Frank Oz-directed Little Shop of Horrors. Scarlett Johansson and Taron Egerton are also being sought after as the leads, while Billy Porter is signed to voice man-eating plant Audrey II....
Tags: Movies, Casting, Evans, Steve Martin, Scarlett Johansson, Warner Bros, Musical, Chris-Evans, Roger Corman, Captain America, Remakes, Martin, Seymour, Little Shop, Little Shop of Horrors, Greg Berlanti


8 Oceanic Creature Features That Delight in Underwater Perils

Humans who find themselves living beneath the ocean in sci-fi movies might as well be living in space. Many of the dangers are the same, be they natural (oxygen scarcity, claustrophobic proximity to asshole co-workers) or unnatural (monsters!). Needless to say, it’s a setting that has inspired a lot of filmmakers.Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Ocean, Leviathan, James Cameron, Jason Statham, Underwater, Michael Crichton, Roger Corman, Deep Sea, Sphere, Deep Rising, Sea Monsters, The Abyss, Sean S Cunningham, DeepStar Six