Friday, March 21st, 2014
January is normally when studios dump the films they expect to under perform. (see Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones) After I, Frankenstein turned out to be a steaming turd (as expected), 20th Century Fox has shifted their Frankenstein nine months, moving it into an October date. Starring James McAvoy as Viktor Von Frankenstein and Daniel Radcliffe as Igor, it will now hit theaters on October 2, 2015.
There is no doubt that now is possibly the best time ever to be a fan of horror television. Get ready because FX will debut their new drama series, The Strain, from Academy Award nominated filmmaker Guillermo del Toro, author Chuck Hogan and writer/producer Carlton Cuse, on June 22.
Seeming to have so far gone widely under the radar; ABC’s new supernatural drama Resurrection could be the best new show of the spring. While not quite obvious how horror driven this show will be, the first two episodes have been jam packed with paranormal awesomeness, zombies, and a whole lot of “what the hell is going on?!” Episode 3 aira this Sunday night, or catch the first 2 episodes on Hulu.
I shouldn’t be telling you guys this, that will just make it harder for me to find one; One Way Static has announced that their remastered Last House On The Left soundtrack, which was composed and performed by David Hess, will be getting a limited picture disc variant for Record Store Day. Limited to only 1,500 copies, the records are almost certainly going to sell out within minutes and become a collector’s item, it hits stores on April 19th!
Who ya gonna call? Better be your local record store, this Record Store Day (April 19) the Ghostbusters’ Theme is getting released on limited edition, glow in the dark, green vinyl! If you ain’t afraid of no ghosts click here to see the record in all it’s bustin’ glory.