Lindsay Lohan Arrest Warrant and Possible new 3D Horror Film

Linsday Lohan Arrest Warrant - Possible acting in horror film Black Friday
by Thomas Carpenter l MoreHorror.com

According to CNN, Lindsay Lohan now has a bench warrant out for her arrest for missing a court date. Lohan was to appear in court again concerning her on going struggles with alcohol which landed her a DUI charge.

Megan Fox out of Transformers III, Horror Fans ponder Jennifer's Body II

Jennifers Body - Nude Megan Fox - Horror Film
by Seth Metoyer

With the recent news about Megan Fox leaving the Transformers franchise, many fans are wondering what's next for the sexy bombshell actress.

Around the horror movie communities, there are some people that think a Jennifer's Body II would be a grand idea. Not because they necessarily want to see that particular movie made, but, many viewers felt ripped off by the lack of full frontal flesh that Fox failed to display in the original horror flick Jennifer's Body.

Over on Facebook, Horror Writer and Movie Critic Thomas Carpenter posed the question: "Since Megan Fox is out of Transformers III, does that mean she is going to do Jennifer's Body II?". One reader responded to that saying "I hope so,this time show those fun bags!".

Echoing the same sentiment over on the More Horror Twitter page , @MoreHorror posted a comment: "So, since Megan Fox is out of Transformers 3, does that mean she will be doing Jennifer's Body II (She owes us all a breast shot)". In response, @wiccanz said "yeah jennifers body was just a d*ck tease. Almost there and......nothing". Then, @marixa added "hope so shes so *ucking hot".

Unfortunately, we doubt that will happen. Fox seems to be rather "private" about showing her "naughty" skin to the public. As a matter of fact, last year Fox considered legal action when an acquaintance released candid photos of her from the horror film “Jennifer’s Body.”

Paramount ad for Horror Flick 'Carriers' Banned by Advertising Standards Authority

Carriers - 2009 Horror Film
by Seth Metoyer

The ASA (Advertising Standards Authority) has for the first time removed a banner ad for a horror movie trailer shown exclusively on a VOD (Video on Demand) service.

The banned ad was for the 2009 horror movie trailer 'Carriers', featuring Star Trek heart throb Chris Pine (James T. Kirk) by Paramount Pictures. The ad was recently displayed on the ITV Player VOD service before and during 'The X Factor' finale last year (which apparently was still broadcasting via the VOD service).

The movie clip featured images of body bags piled up and dead people with decaying skin that come back to life. As the images flicker on the the screen, a voice-over says, "The sick are already dead, avoid populated areas at all cost. You come into contact with other people - assume they have it."

It's reported that one concerned viewer complained that the ad was "frightening" and inappropriate for display during a family program which could be seen by impressionable children.

Marilyn Manson and Evan Rachel Wood to star in 'Splatter Sisters' Horror Film

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Manson and Wood will reportedly be bringing their uniquely creative minds to the new horror movie titled "Splatter Sisters".

Romero to Remake Splatter Film 'Deep Red'

George A. Romero is reportedly in advanced negotiations to helm a stereoscopic 3D remake in English of Argento's cult classic "Deep Red", according to sources.

Psycho 50th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray

Pyscho - Blu Ray High Def
You can own the movie that defined a genre just in time for Halloween on October 19, 2010. Alfred Hitchcock's Masterpiece will debut on Blu-ray(TM) Hi-Def and will feature 5.1 Surround Sound for the first time ever.

PRnewswire released the following statement about this exciting Psycho movie release. Hailed as one of the most influential suspense movies of its time, Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho had a profound effect on how future filmmakers made movies and shaped audience expectations for generations to come. To commemorate the 50th Anniversary of one of Universal Studios' most treasured and prestigious films, Psycho will debut for the first time ever on Blu-ray™ on October 19, 2010. Fans can now enjoy a superior quality, hi-def experience when viewing this re-mastered classic. Psycho will also be honored during its landmark anniversary by the esteemed 2010 Festival De Cannes. Chosen as a Cannes Classic Selection, the film will be recognized as a restored masterwork from the past.

Meticulously restored for perfect digital picture and the purest DTS HD 5.1 digital sound, the Psycho 50th Anniversary Edition takes audiences on a thrilling journey as an unsuspecting victim (Janet Leigh, The Manchurian Candidate, Bye Bye Birdie) visits the Bates Motel and falls prey to one of the silver screen's most notorious psychopaths – Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins, Murder on the Orient Express, Les Miserables). Featuring one of the most iconic scenes in film history – the infamous "shower scene" – Psycho continues to terrify audiences today as much as it did half a century ago.

The Psycho 50th Anniversary Edition is packed with extras, including behind-the-scenes bonus features, documentaries, audio interviews and an in-depth look at the re-mastering process. Universal Studios BluWave Audio (Universal's in-house post production sound facility) started the re-mastering process with the film's previously preserved and restored soundtrack to create a new 5.1 mix. BluWave then contracted Audionamix, a Paris-based audio technology company, to split the original mono music source into quasi-orchestral tracks. Audionamix, a leader in soundtrack separation, then applied their breakthrough proprietary technology enabling BluWave to create a discrete 5.1 split music mix.

BluWave's creative talent gathered the original sound effects from the Studios' extensive effects library and, using these source materials, created a 5.1 up-mix to bring Psycho's soundtrack up to the expectations of contemporary audiences while maintaining the original integrity of the filmmaker's vision.

Psycho's mono audio track will also be available for viewers who want to experience the film in its original form on its golden anniversary. This cinematic achievement from the Master of Suspense is an essential addition to every movie lover's library.

THE FURFANGS - Film Review and Synopsis

The FURFANGS - A 3D short film about alien critters.
by Thomas Carpenter - MoreHorror.com

"The Furfangs" is a sci-fi-horror short-film that features low budget 3D special effects. There's nothing like watching a "no budget" movie starring hellish critters who want to terrorize humanity. This short movie is funny for what it is and also cute and twisted at the same time. If you have 5 minutes of free time on your hands, take advantage of it by watching The Furfangs.

Movie Synopsis

The short film tells the story of mysterious and aggressive creatures who came from outer space to reek havoc on an unsuspecting human.

The short film lasts five minutes and showcases only two people: The director Andrea Ricca and the 3D graphic designer Gennaro Acanfora. The work is a zero budget production. It had no external contributions and it made no payments to the sharers. It was shot only with a MiniDV camera and all the special effects were done on a personal computer.

The original score is by Gianfilippo De Mattia.

Danielle Harris - Actress

Danielle Harris - Horror Actress

MoreHorror.com Spotlight

Danielle Harris auditioned for the part of Jamie Lloyd (Michael Myers's niece) in the 1988 movie Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (which she won). The next year, she reprised the role in Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers.

The character of Jamie returned in 1995 for Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, but Danielle did not participate due to disagreements on her fate in the script. Also, Harris reportedly requested $5000 to appear in the film (far less than she was paid for Halloween 4), but no agreement could be reached. J.C. Brandy ended up playing the roll of Jamie in the film, a decision in which some fans of the Halloween series were said to be dissatisfied, since Danielle had become very popular with many fans.

Harris would later return to the franchise in a new role, playing Annie Brackett, in Rob Zombie's Halloween, a 2007 re-imagining of John Carpenter's 1978 original horror masterpiece. In the 2007 remake she posed nude for a sex scene which caused some controversy. She stated "I want people to see me in this movie as Annie Brackett, not Jamie. I'm not little Jamie anymore and people need to realize that." She reprised her role in Rob Zombie's Halloween II, released in 2009.

[Rec] 2 The Movie

Rec 2
Rec 2 Premieres On Demand, Xbox Live, Playstation, Amazon and Vudu June 4th and In Theatres July 9th. Directed by: Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza Starring: Jonathan Mellor, Manuela Velasco, Óscar Zafra, Ariel Casas.

The highly anticipated sequel to one of the scariest films of all time, [REC] 2 picks up 15 minutes from where we left off, taking us back into the quarantined apartment building where a terrifying virus has run rampant, turning the occupants into mindlessly violent, raging beasts.

A heavily armed SWAT team and a mysterious government official are sent in to assess and attempt to neutralize the situation. What they find inside lies beyond the scope of medical science—a demonic nightmare of biblical proportions more terrifying than they could have possibly imagined. Above all it must be contained, before it escapes to wreak havoc on the unsuspecting world outside.

[REC] 2 will be available on VOD June 4 and in theaters July 9th.

Splice Movie Trailer, Synopsis and Poster

Splice Movie Poster
Adrien Brody and Sarah Polley portray two young scientists who begin involving human DNA in their splicing of animal genes achieve fame by successfully splicing together the DNA of different animals, creating new species.

In the pursuit of even greater scientific discovery they secretly blend human DNA with their creations, ignoring their society's ethical and legal boundaries.

The scientists name their creature "Dren". Now they must come to terms with their decision as the thing quickly develops into a beautiful, yet deadly, winged creature-chimera.

The film will receive a wide release in the United States on June 4, 2010, with Warner Bros. as distributor.

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The Human Centipede

The Human Centipede
Release Date: April 30, 2010 (NY; limited release: May 7)
Studio: IFC Films
Director: Tom Six
Screenwriter: Tom Six
Starring: Ashley Williams, Ashlynn Yennie, Akihiro Kitamura, Dieter Laser
Genre: Thriller, Horror

Blu-ray Release October 5, 2010.

IFC to Unleash More VOD Horror

IFC Midnight Horror Series
IFC has announced a handful of new titles for its VOD service IFC Midnight, including a few films that have been awaiting American distribution since debuting overseas. In addition to The Human Centipede, IFC plans to release:

Cell 211: Directed by Daniel Monzón and winner of 8 Spanish Goya Awards, including Best Picture, this taut prison drama tells the gripping story of a rookie prison guard who becomes trapped in a cell during a violent riot and must convince the prisoners he is one of them. The film, an official selection at the Toronto and San Sebastian Film Festivals, will premiere exclusively on VOD under the IFC Midnight label beginning in June.

Doghouse: Directed by Jake West, this riotous British horror comedy follows ravenous, blood-thirsty female zombies as they wreak havoc on a group of guys trying to enjoy a male-bonding weekend. The film, which premiered at last year’s Edinburgh Film Festival, will premiere exclusively on VOD under the IFC Midnight label beginning in June.

Don't Look Back: From director Marina de Van (IN MY SKIN) comes this tense psychological thriller about a beautiful, best-selling author (Sophie Marceau) who loses her grip on reality as she slowly morphs into the body of another woman (Monica Bellucci). The film, an official selection last year at the Cannes Film Festival, will premiere exclusively on VOD under the IFC Midnight label beginning in June.

Exam: In this gripping thriller, director Stuart Hazeldine follows eight strangers as they enter a ruthless competition to get the job of a lifetime, where the stakes soon become life or death. The film, which screened at Fantastic Fest last year, will premiere exclusively on VOD under the IFC Midnight label beginning in July.

True Blood actors Paquin and Moyer star in Horror Film 'Open House'

Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer
Grindstone Entertainment, a division of Lionsgate, has picked up all domestic distribution rights to the horror movie "Open House" starring Anna Paquin, Stephen Moyer, Rachel Blanchard, Brian Geraghty and Tricia Helfer.

Piranha 3D Movie Trailer and Synopsis

Piranha 3D Horror Film
Alright sci-fi horror fans, now we're cookin'. We've got the official Piranha 3D theatrical trailer below (thanks to FEARnet for that).

Mark Macready to Release Animated Case Files - Underworld Tales

Mark Macready Animated
Manchester's finest supernatural detective is back and this time he's animated. Mark Macready: Underworld Tales is the animated prequel movie to last years cult-smash double award winning 'Mark Macready and the Archangel Murders'. Detective Mark 'Mac' Macready voiced by Ryan McDermott animated by Gavin Johnson.

Gone Shootin’ Films has teamed up with animator Gavin Johnson (‘Meet the Newmans’) to produce an exciting animated film that will further explore the world of Mark Macready and provide fans across the globe with more laughs and scares from Manchester’s underworld.

Mark Macready and the Archangel Murders’ was released in June 2009 and has since become a world-wide smash hit receiving critical acclaim from across the UK and US with Joblo.com hailing it as ‘a British Hellboy’. Over the past year the film has screened across the international festival circuit picking up the award for ‘Most Original Film’ at the Horror UK film festival and this May the film travels to the Cannes Film Festival Short Film Corner.

Spawning a loyal cult fan base with a huge online following and a demand for more content has been reasonable for the now in-development feature film version.

To celebrate a successful twelve months of release and to coincide with the June 19th online debut of ‘Mark Macready and the Archangel Murders’ at the official website, comes the next chapter in the Mark Macready phenomenon.

‘Underworld Tales’ is an animated prequel set before the events of ‘The Archangel Murders’ and further enriches the world of Mark Macready by exploring the darker depths of Manchester’s supernatural underworld.

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