Entries by Rob Caprilozzi

Trailer Revealed for Guillermo del Toro’s ‘The Shape of Water’

Fox Searchlight Pictures today revealed the trailer for Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water.

The two-and-ahalf-minute trailer is set in 1963 and introduces us to Elisa who is a custodian in a government laboratory. While doing the duties for her job, Elisa discovers a creature beyond imagination.

If the creature in the water looks a bit familiar, you may be thinking of another one of del Toro’s movies, Hellboy. Released in 2004, Hellboy also showcased an amphibious humanoid named Abe Sapien played by famous creature actor Doug Jones. Del Toro considers Jones one of his favorite monster actors as he was cast in the Hellboy series, Pan’s Labyrinth and now The Shape of Water. read more read more

Stephan Franck Talks Silver

Spun out of Bram Stoker’s literary classic Dracula, Silver retains the original novel intact at its core, while extending its world in every possible direction: Toward its future, following what happened to the original characters and their descendants, and introducing new characters; in its scope, lifting the veil on a secret world of vampires spanning ages and cultures in which undead aristocrat engage in endless intrigues and arcane politics; toward its past, presenting an extended vampire lore reaching back to Bronze Age with tales otherwise lost to the sands of time. read more read more

Alice Braga Joins Cast of ‘New Mutants’

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Alice Braga has been added to Josh Boone’s upcoming horror film, New Mutants. The actress is set to play Dr. Cecilia Reyes, a medical doctor whose latent mutant power awakens.

Braga is known to genre fans for her roles in I am Legend and Predators. The Brazilian-born actress currently stars in USA’s Queen of the South.

Rosario Dawson was previously cast in the role of Reyes, but she is no longer involved in the project. read more

Cast Expands for New Mutants

Director Josh Boone has been busy as of late adding cast members to his upcoming New Mutants film.

The Originals actress Blu Hunt has signed on to play the mutant, Danielle Moonstar aka Mirage. Moonstar has the power to show her victims greatest fear or desire and manifest them as three dimensional illusions.

13 Reasons Why star, Henry Zaga joins the cast as Roberto da Costa, a.k.a. Sunspot. His special mutant power allows him to harness the power of the sun, granting him superhuman strength and durability. read more read more

Tristan Roache-Turner Talks Wyrmwood: Chronicles of the Dead

In 2014, Aussie film makers Kiah and Tristan Roache-Turner of Guerilla Films, unleashed the horror flick, Wyrmwood. The movie, which proved to be a masterful mix of blood, gore and comedy, had critics describing the film as Mad Max meets Dawn of the Dead.
 
Earlier this month, we reported on the release of the minute trailer which continues Wyrmwood, Wyrmwood: Chronicles of the Dead.  We recently caught up with Tristan Roache-Turne to get the gory details on what horror fans can expect from this highly anticipated new series. read more read more

Josh Boone Brings Horror to the New Mutants

Much to the delight of horror comic fans, director Josh Boone revealed to Entertainment Weekly that the iconic Marvel title The New Mutants will brought to the big screen as a horror film. This is an interesting path to take as Marvel has had unmatched success with superhero genre films.

Maisie Williams, who plays the youthful Arya Stark in HBO’s Game of Thrones will play the popular werewolf character, Wolfsbane. Anya Taylor-Joy who is known for The Witch and Split will play the sorceress, Magik. read more read more

Castlevania Teaser Trailer Debuts

The first trailer for the upcoming animated Castlevania series on Netflix has been released.

The series, which stars Fred Tatasciore, Alejandra Reynoso, and James Callis is set to debut on Netflix July 7th.  According to the streaming juggernaut Netflix, the series follows a warrior who fights to save Eastern Europe from the grips of an undead vampire menace.

Originally released by Konami for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1986, the Castlevania series became an instant hit spawning countless sequels on various game consoles. The series is centered on the Belmont family and their quest to destroy the evil Dracula. read more read more

Seven-Minute Preview Arrives For Wyrmwood: Chronicles of the Dead

A seven-minute teaser for the TV series Wyrmwood: Chronicles of the Dead has been released.

Filled with gore and bucket of blood, the trailer is seemingly a perfect follow-up to the hit 2015 film Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead. (See our review here) As the trailer ends, we get a close look at Brooke (Bianca Bradey) controlling a handful of zombies to do her bidding, and Barry (Jay Gallagher) unloading a high-powered weapon.

Produced by Guerilla Films, Wyrmwood is the brainchild of Australian film makers, Kiah and Tristan Roache-Turner. read more read more

Final Trailer Revealed for War for the Planet of the Apes

20th Century Fox has just revealed the final trailer for War for the Planet of the Apes.

Set to debut in theaters on July 14, the third chapter of the Apes franchise pits Caesar (Andy Serkis) and his fellow apes against The Colonel (Woody Harrelson) and his army of humans. Each side battles for control of planet Earth where only one species can come out on top.

Matt Reeves, who found success with the 2008 shaky-cam monster movie Cloverfield, returns to the director’s chair for the second time in the Apes universe with this film. read more read more

Cullen Bunn Talks “The Unsound”

Cullen Bunn is one of the busiest comic writers in the world today. His work has been seen literally everywhere including huge titles like X-Men, Captain America and Star Wars. Working on those high profile comics haven’t stopped him from doing what he truly loves though, horror.

We caught up with writer, Cullen Bunn to talk about his new series from BOOM! Studios, The Unsound.

Horror News Network: Can you talk a bit about how you came up with the concept for The Unsound? read more