Kate Beckinsale is once again embroiled in the war between Vampires and Lycans (werewolves) as her death dealing character, Selene, returns to her ass-kicking ways in the first trailer for Underworld: Blood Wars.
The versatile Sean Hutchison has been known by a couple of different names throughout his career in entertainment. As an actor, he’ll be credited by the name Sean Christopher. If he’s in a musical mood, you can call him Chef Sean.
Sean’s latest project is a vampire horror film entitled Teeth and Blood. Besides acting in front of the camera, he also provided the title song for the movie’s soundtrack. I had the opportunity to chat with Sean about the making of the film and what audiences can expect to see when they see it.
What's the best thing to do with a franchise that's pushed out a number of sequels (even a prequel) and has since gone stale? Reboot it of course! That's the line of reasoning that seems fairly common these days, and now Lakeshore Entertainment is moving forward with a reboot of Underworld. Come inside to see who'll be writing the script for the new Vampire vs. Werewolf film.
Summit Entertainment releases what fans of sparkling vampires and shirtless werewolves have been waiting for since the day the last film was put in theaters - Twilight Forever: The Complete Saga. Many will be sad that it is probably the last item we'll likely see from Stephenie Meyer's series of best-selling novels. Others will be ecstatic that they'll hopefully never have to see another piece of product from it again.
I have nothing against straight-to-DVD sequels to theatrical films. If a movie does minimally well in the theater and there's an audience for a lower-budget and less risky follow-up, I say why not? With that being said, sometimes it works and other times it doesn't. I actually enjoyed 30 Days of Night: Dark Days and even The Scorpion King sequel and prequel. Unfortunately, I can't say the same about Fright Night 2: New Blood.
Sadly, the American Vampire monthly comic series came to an end a few months back. Fans were left clinging on to hope that every once in a while writer Scott Snyder would throw us a bone in the form of a one-off or mini-series featuring the undead characters we've all come to know and love.
The Mayan Calendar may have run out, but it’s Hollywood that has been the one predicting the most grisly ways for the world to end. Where disaster movies typically exploit the visual and visceral excitement associated with such a scenario, other movies have focused on the psychological and philosophical impact – especially on the survivors.