Horror veteran Danielle Harris has made a reputation for herself as Laurie Strode’s daughter in Halloween 4 and 5, the Rob Zombie reboot and the cult classic film series Hatchet. After four films, (three of which featured Harris) the scream queen has confirmed that there are plans for at least two more films before concluding. […]
If you love horror movies, then you can appreciate Adam Green‘s desire to always save the big surprises for when you least expect them. For fans of the Hatchet films, Green may have topped himself in a way he may never be able to repeat. Victor Crowley is the fourth installment in the horror franchise, […]
I knew what the deal with Get A Horse! was but seeing it actually happening is incredibly powerful.
Slasher-sceptics probably won't be too convinced by this trailer. The faithful, however? I'll see you in the popcorn queue.
Chris Columbus needs a talented cohort to get his Creepy on.
A plot hole from John Carpenter's original gets filled. Or spoofed. Or both at once.
Adam Green’s sitcom Holliston is the first original commission for FearNet. It is, in some respects, a reworking of a reworking of Green’s first feature, the $400-budgeted Coffee & Donuts. That picture has gone essentially unseen since it was made over a decade ago – though I can’t help but hope it will at least […]
The horror comedy anthology Chillerama is a mixed bag – such is the nature of anthologies. The best installment, I think, is Adam Green’s remarkable The Diary of Anne Frankenstein. I’ve seen it four times now and have been more taken with it every time. In this clip you’ll see Adolf Hitler discover the diary […]
You might remember that back in August Brendon interviewed filmmaker Adam Green at FrightFest, and Green revealed that he would not be directing Hatchet III himself, but that he had picked a director who had been a part of the Hatchet crew all along. Now ordinarily the question of who will direct a horror movie […]
I’ve seen the horror anthology Chillerama twice now, once at Comic Con and then last weekend at Frightfest. One of the installments, Adam Green’s The Diary of Anne Frankenstein was also screened at Frightfest last year, so I’ve seen that little blighter three times. Luckily, it’s something remarkable – an absurdist assault on Hitler by […]
During Brendon’s highly illuminating talk with Adam Green at Frightfest, he also got the writer-director to talk a bit about his new TV series, Holliston, which is presumably named after Green’s home town of Holliston, Massachusetts. “The show is called Holliston, it’s the first ever horror sitcom. It’s kind of like the anti-Friends, so it’s […]
While I’m defending the home front here at Bleeding Cool, Brendon is off watching horror movies and interviewing the stars at FrightFest in London. Not that I’m bitter or anything. In between watching the latest flicks out on the horror circuit, Brendon stopped by for a chat with filmmaker Adam Green, who is best known […]
Announced at their San Diego Comic Con panel, Image Comics have announced a third Hack/Slash end of year annual, Hatchet/Slash, from Tim Seeley and Hatchet creator Adam Green. Hack/Slash has a history of ripping on versions of classic serial killers of popular culture, but every now and then it goes for an official one.
The long awaited second feature from Joe Lynch is just around the corner though if you catch the wind just right, you’ll probably be able to smell the sweat and grue from here. Knights of Badassdom will be the “Sundance picture in a tentpole’s skin” that sees a series of LARPers thrown into battle against […]
If you’re not a splatter fan, you might best remember Hatchet 2 for the way it was treated by AMC cinemas last year. In a historic deal they agreed to screen the film unrated , but then after just a couple of days of release – not even a full week! – they dumped it. Tsk. […]
The gore isn’t the entire point of Hatchet 2 (there’s also some light scares, a few boobs, plenty of jokes and even a bit of story and character) but it might as well be the whole advertising campaign. The gore is the one thing all Hatchet fans will want, I’m pretty sure. It’s what defines […]