If you experienced the unimaginable loss of a child, what would you do to make the pain go away? That’s the question at the center of the new horror film The Other Side of the Door, and we’ve got an exclusive sneak peak.
In Horns, Ig Perrish grows a pair of horns, and gains a superpower that's also a terrible curse. In Joe Hill's novel, this turns into an exploration of the darkness in human nature, including misogyny and jealousy. But the new movie version, while fun, never brings enough depth to support its misanthropic premise.
We've only seen pictures of Daniel Radcliffe's bizarre role based on the protagonist of Joe Hill's novel Horns. In it, Radcliffe plays a man who wakes up one morning with a pair of growing horns in his head which grant him superpowers — superpowers he uses to get to the bottom of his girlfriend's brutal murder.
Everybody who's been eagerly awaiting news of the live-action Space Pirate Cobra movie — prepare to be boarded! The international edition of Variety has the first promo art for Alexandre Aja's film, now called Cobra the Space Pirate.
Piranha 3D has only been in theaters for one weekend, but that's not stopping the studio from delivering even more bloody bikini-clad fish carnage. Piranha 3D - The Sequel is already being planned by Dimension Films. But where?
Alexandre Aja's Piranha 3-D comes out today, but he's already planning his next project: the roguish Space Pirate Cobra. A precursor of Han Solo and Mal Reynolds, the anime character became huge in Europe, but now he's coming for us.
We can't wait for Piranha 3-D's ancient carnivores to start ripping the faces off unsuspecting Spring Breakers. Bring on the wet t-shirt contest, Eli Roth — you're doomed. The full-length trailer also explains how 2-million-year-old piranhas resurfaced in Lake Victoria.
Girls Gone Wild, techno beats, jell-o shots and buckets of mutilated flesh is what Alexandre Aja's Piranha-infested spring break is all about. Check out his Piranha 3-D trailer, and watch for cameos from Eli Roth, Richard Dreyfus and Jerry O'Connell.