Zenescope Entertainment has provided us a preview of the new Grimm Tales of Terror comic.
When a husband and wife find a mysterious briefcase in the back of their car, the wife recounts a cryptic encounter that could have ended in horror. But that’s only the beginning of the story in this creepy re-imagining of the urban legend “The Briefcase Killer.”
Written by Pat Shand and Ralph Tedesco
Art by Mario Del Pennino
Covers by Eric J, Antonio Bifulco and Maria Laura Sanapo
The Other Side of the Door, starring Sarah Wayne Callies (The Walking Dead) and Jeremy Sisto, is coming to Digital HD on May 24 and Blu-ray and DVD June 7. You can view the complete press release below.
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE DOOR
See Why It Was Never Meant To Be Opened
Arriving on Digital HD May 24 and on Blu-ray & DVD June 7
The Other Side of the Door
In this chilling supernatural story from cowriter-director Johannes Roberts, a family’s idyllic life abroad turns to tragedy — then terror. After her young son dies in an accident, a grieving mother (Sarah Wayne Callies) learns of a ritual that will bring him back for a final goodbye. When she travels to an ancient temple to undertake the ritual, she discovers a door that serves as a portal to the afterworld. But when she ignores a warning not to open the door, the balance between life and death is upset. Now, an unspeakable horror is unleashed that threatens the lives of everyone she loves. This unpredictable film starring Jeremy Sisto delivers edge-of-your-seat thrills from start to finish.
Out May 10th From Unearthed Films
Would you kill a man, to kill a monster?
SHEEP SKIN is a gritty and realistic take on the werewolf sub-genre. A group of friends in a punk rock band kidnap a businessman who they believe to actually be a werewolf hiding in plain sight. They take him to a nearby warehouse, where they have one night to prove that their suspicions are true. As this night goes on, tensions mount and they begin to question their own motives. Are they right about this man’s true identity, or have they made a terrible, deadly mistake?
Marvel Comics has provided us a preview of the new X-Men ’92 comic.
If you only buy one X-book this month… Dracula commands it be this issue!
Written by Chris Sims and Chad Bowers
Art by Alti Firmansyah
Covers by David Nakayama and Pascal Campion
20th Century Fox is working on a prequel to The Omen, released forty years ago, which will be titled The First Omen. Antonio Campos is in negotiations to direct the film. Campos is an indie filmmaker who directed the Sundance movie Christine.
The original film was directed by Richard Donner and starred Gregory Peck. It spawned two sequels, a series of novels, a remake in 2006, and most recently the Fox TV series Damien, which is helmed by Glen Mazzara (The Walking Dead).
The script for the prequel is written by Ben Jacoby. David Goyer and Kevin Turen of Phantom Four are producing.
We finally have a trailer for Cell, based on the book by Stephen King. Samuel L. Jackson and John Cusack star in the film, which its theaters and VOD this summer.
You can view the trailer, poster and full release info below.
BASED ON THE BOOK BY STEPHEN KING
Running time: 98 Mins
Directed by: Tod Williams
Written by: Stephen King and Adam Alleca
Executive Producers: John Cusack, Stephen Hays, Peter Graham, Ben Sachs, Paddy Cullen, Edward Mokhtarian, Armen Aghaeian, Laurence Freed, Tyler Hawes, Brian Pope, Geno Tazioli, Xavier Gens, Marina Grasic, Jan Korbelin
Starring: Kristine Renee Farley, Jim O’Rear, Jason Crowe, Kevin Roach, Roni Jonah
Synopsis: A sociology student gathers several friends at the local library on Halloween night to help him create a new urban legend with deadly consequences; Lily is in for a late night of researching and needs something to keep her going. It isn’t until she’s approached by a stranger that her luck may change – for the worse; a typical night of work for a librarian becomes a classic ghost story with a modern twist. Sometimes you can’t keep a bad book down; Sidney is allowed to stay after hours to study for a test. It’s not until she awakens in the darkened library that she realizes the truth of what lurks among the books after midnight. She better pray she doesn’t become the prey; Paige faces regrets that she’d do anything to take back. When an ancient and arcane spell book falls into her lap, she decides to make a grave decision. Be careful what you wish for, it might just kill you.
A trailer has been released for SADAKO VS KAYAKO, the insane Japanese film that stars the ghosts from two of their most popular horror film franchises. Sadako from The Ring (Ringu in Japan) and Kayako from The Grudge (Ju-On) in Japan. The trailer is in Japanese, however you can gather most of what is going on. To get the grudge-match going (ha!) The Ring tape is played inside The Grudge house.
As a fan of these films myself, both the original Japanese films and the American re-makes, I am extremely excited. K?ji Shiraishi directs the film, which stars Mizuki Yamamoto, Tina Tamashiro, Aimi Satsukawa. It hits theaters in Japan on June 18th.
Dark Horse Comics has provided us a preview of the new Baltimore: Empty Graves comic.
Before Baltimore and company set out for Constantinople to hunt the Blood Red Witch, old friends are buried and they prepare to face their own graves in their hunt for the Red King.
Written by Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden
Art by Peter Bergting
Cover by Ben Stenbeck