Monsters A Go-Go | Terrifying Movie Monsters Blog: March 2008

Friday, March 28, 2008

X-Flies 2 Poster & Plot Reveal


From Yahoo!:
The truth about "The X-Files" sequel some of it, anyway is now out there.

"X-Files" creator Chris Carter, writer Frank Spotnitz and other crew members gathered Wednesday to discuss the TV series and declassify some information about the upcoming film.

The popular Fox paranormal drama, which aired from 1993 to 2002, starred David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson as FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully.

"While this is not a mythology movie, it's true to everything that's come before," Spotnitz said at the William S. Paley Television Festival. "It's true to Mulder and Scully, who they are and where they would be this point in their lives and all of the experiences that they've had."

The series first made the leap to the big screen with 1998's "The X-Files: Fight the Future" Plans for another film were grounded in 2005 when Carter sued Fox over syndication profits for the show. The lawsuit was later settled.

Carter, who also directs the new movie, said it takes place in the present and uses a story envisioned when the series ended. While the show's sprawling alien mythology isn't part of the plot, Carter said there is a reference to Scully's seemingly supernatural son, William, who was born in season eight and later given up for adoption.

The film is due out July 25.

Carter was tightlipped about the title. "I can't tell you," he said. "I know what I want it to be, but Fox has some ideas of their own."

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Sunday, March 23, 2008

Watch Horror Movies Online

We are doing something new at our main Monsters A Go-Go site. We will be adding movies online for you to view. All you have to do is click on over to our Horror on the Web section and check it out.

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Thursday, March 20, 2008

First Look: Benicio Del Toro as the Wolfman

It's been 67 years since the Wolfman first attacked the box office, but he'll be making a comeback next year in a remake by Joe Johnston (Hidalgo, Jurassic Park III). Fortunately for all you lycanthrope fans out there who just can't wait that long, EW caught up with the horror flick's makeup artist, six-time Oscar winner Rick Baker, for an exclusive First Look at how he's transformed star Benicio Del Toro into the famed beastly creature. The Universal remake will be hitting theaters February 13, 2009.

Head on over to EW to read more!

- The Monster


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Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Obscure: The Aftermath

Obscure: The Aftermath is the sequel to Obscure, the first “Cooperative Teen Horror Game.” It features an original script in a world of teens and gore directly inspired by the American teen’s life, including music, fashion and their environment (college fraternity). Obscure: The Aftermath includes a mix of teen and survival horror elements, which comments a great deal on popular teen horror movies like “The Faculty” and the “Scream” trilogy.

Obscure: The Aftermath chronicles the survivors from Leafmore High as they distance themselves from the horrible events that took place two years prior. The survivors have now picked up their lives and enrolled at Fallcreek University, but the unsuspecting student body has a new addiction – strange black flowers that have suddenly sprung up everywhere on campus. As the students begin experimenting with the substance they realize there is more to the flowers than anyone could have expected, turning their bad trips into a horrible reality.

Game Features:
· Adventure horror heavily inspired by horror movies.
· Charismatic characters with unique skills.
· Unique co-op mode where a friend can join in at any time.
· Highly detailed and creepy environments.
· Puzzle solving various riddles and mysteries.
· Immersive soundtrack performed by the Boston String Quartet and the Paris Opera Children's Choir.

Platform: (Wii/PS2/PC)
Release Date: March 25, 2008
The price point is also great at only Wii $29.99/PS2 $19.99/PC $14.99.

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Prom Night Remake Website Launched

Sony Screen Gems just launched the official website for their remake of Prom Night.

Donnas senior prom is supposed to be the best night of her life, one of magic, beauty, and love. Surrounded by her best friends, she should be safe from the horrors of her past. But when the night turns from magic to murder there is only one man who could be responsible, the man she thought was gone forever. Now, Donna and her friends must find a way to escape the sadistic rampage of an obsessed killer, and survive their Prom Night.

Prom Night opens in theaters April 11.

- The Monster

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Saturday, March 15, 2008

'Lost Boys: The Tribe': Exclusive Trailer

Corey Feldman chats with MTV News about the return of his cult hit, 21 years after the original. Plus, get a sneak peek and check out the exclusive trailer by clicking below!

- The Monster


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Friday, March 14, 2008

Zompire: The Undead Film Festival calls last call for submissions

Zompire: The Undead Film Festival, founded in 2005, is experiencing rapid growth with a very entusiastic fanbase focussing on two of the most popular sub-genres of horror. Our festival is dedicated to all things undead – from Zombies to Vampires. We want to highlight various filmmakers creative attempts to show the undead in new and unexpected ways.

Zompire is swiftly approaching. The final DEADline for submissions is April 10th. If you have a short or feature length Zombie or Vampire (or other undead denizen) film you would like the hordes (I mean fans) to see please submit as soon as possible.

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Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Creepy Gnome Terrorises Town

From The Sun:
A TOWN in South America is living in fear after several sightings of a 'creepy gnome' that locals claim stalks the streets at night.

The Gnome - which wears a pointy hat and has a distinctive sideways walk - was caught on video last week by a terrified group of youngsters.

Teenager Jose Alvarez - who filmed the gnome - yesterday told national newspaper El Tribuno that they caught the creature while larking about in their hometown of General Guemes, in the province of Salta, Argentina.

He said: “We were chatting about our last fishing trip. It was one in the morning. “I began to film a bit with my mobile phone while the others were chatting and joking. "Suddenly we heard something - a weird noise as if someone was throwing stones. "We looked to one side and saw that the grass was moving. To begin with we thought it was a dog but when we saw this gnome-like figure begin to emerge we were really afraid."

Jose added that other locals had come forward to say they had spotted the gnome. He said: “This is no joke. We are still afraid to go out - just like everyone else in the neighbourhood now.

"One of my friends was so scared after seeing that thing that we had to take him to the hospital.”




- The Monster

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Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Shutter Spirit Photography Contest

Enter to win a digital SLR camera starter kit! Includes digital SLR camera, camera bag, memory card, and more. Everything you need to be a spirit photographer. Ghosts NOT included.

Story:
A newly married couple discovers disturbing, ghostly images in photographs they develop after a tragic accident. Fearing the manifestations may be connected, they investigate and learn that some mysteries are better left unsolved.

Spirit Photography:
Shinrei Shashin is a phrase used to describe photos where ghosts or spirits decide to show all or part of themselves when a photo is taken. Ghosts/spirits show up for many reasons including hate for the person having their photo taken, expressions of distress, hate, jealousy etc. Spirits make their presence known through orbs, mist, apparitions, and ectoplasm. The term orb is the popular name given to typically circular anomalies appearing in photographs. In photography and video, orbs appear to be balls, diamonds, or smears of light with an apparent size in the image ranging from a golf ball to a basketball depending on the distance of the dust particle to the lens. Orbs sometimes appear to be in motion, leaving a trail behind them. There are two main trains of thought regarding the cause of orbs in photographs. The first school sees it as a fairly clear-cut case of flash or ambient light reflection off of dust, particles, insects, or moisture droplets in the air in front of the camera distorted by the digital cameras CCD lens being unable to focus, i.e. they are naturalistic. The opposing school maintains that orbs are paranormal in nature and spirits, i.e. non-naturalistic and ghost like. Ectoplasm (from the Greek ektos, "outside", + plasma, "something formed or molded") is a term coined by Charles Richet to denote a substance or spiritual energy supposedly "exteriorized" by physical mediums. Although the term is widespread in popular culture, the physical existence of ectoplasm is not accepted by mainstream science. Other researchers have duplicated, with non-supernatural materials, the photographic effects sometimes said to prove the existence of ectoplasm.


From the executive producers of "The Grudge" and "The Ring" comes Shutter. In theaters March 21st.

- The Monster

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'Halloween' 30 Years of Terror Convention

You can now order your tickets for the upcoming Halloween: 30 Years of Terror Convention. This Halloween event will take place in Pasadena, California from October 31 to November 2. Keep checking back to the official website to see the guest list. This is a Halloween fans, a dream come true.

To find out what the Halloween: 25 Years of Terror was all about you can get the DVD from Amazon.com today!

- The Monster

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Saturday, March 01, 2008

The Making of Zob Zombie's Halloween

Very early on in the production of Halloween, Rob Zombie announced that there would be a feature-length making of documentary similar to the "30 Days In Hell" feature available on "The Devil's Reject's" DVD.

Sadly, due to time constraints in the quick turn around of the Halloween DVD, the documentary was not finished and could not be included. Rob Zombie announced in his MySpace Blog that:

Halloween editor Glenn Garland has been hard at work finishing the making of Halloween documentary. This was obviously filming during filming of Halloween but we were unable to finish it in time for the DVD release. This will be available later this year. Glenn also edited 30 days in hell the making of THE DEVIL'S REJECTS.

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