Bodies are turning up around the city, each having met a uniquely gruesome demise. As the investigation proceeds, evidence points to one man: John Kramer. But how can this be? The man known as Jigsaw has been dead for over a decade. Or has an apprentice picked up the mantle of Jigsaw, perhaps even someone inside the investigation?
The new story follows the heroic efforts of the crypto-zoological agency Monarch as its members face off against a battery of god-sized monsters, including the mighty Godzilla, who collides with Mothra, Rodan, and his ultimate nemesis, the three-headed King Ghidorah. When these ancient super-species—thought to be mere myths—rise again, they all vie for supremacy, leaving humanity’s very existence hanging in the balance.
From the Hollywood Reporter
Stephen Furst, perhaps best known as Flounder in Animal House, died Friday from complications with diabetes. He was 63. His two sons Nathan and Griffith Furst announced the news on the actor's Facebook page, paying tribute to their "brilliant and prolific actor and filmmaker" father.
"Steve has a long list of earthly accomplishments," his sons said in the post. "He was known to the world as an brilliant and prolific actor and filmmaker, but to his family and many dear friends he was also a beloved husband, father and kind friend whose memory will always be a blessing."
The actor was also known for playing the role of Dr. Axelrod in the 1980s medical TV drama St. Elsewhere, and later as Vir Cotto in Babylon 5, which he occasionally directed as well.
After his breakout role of Kent "Flounder" Dorfman in 1978's Animal House, he had several guest appearances on TV shows such as Newhart, CHiPS and The Jeffersons until he landed the role on St. Elsewhere, which aired from 1982-1988.
Kevin Smith has started shooting horror movie “Killroy Was Here” in Florida in partnership with Ringling College of Art and Design and Semkhor Productions.Smith has focused in recent years on horror and comedy with last year’s “Yoga Hosers,” a spinoff from 2014’s “Tusk,” and 2011’s “Red State.” “Killroy” stems from a conversation taken from one of his weekly podcasts.
The phrase “Killroy Was Here” originated in American culture as graffiti during World War II as a bald-headed man with a big nose peeking over a wall with the fingers of each hand clutching the wall. Smith said the new film will be the first installment of a horror anthology.
“This is a monster movie in the sense of a classic morality tale,” Smith said. “No one wants to see you spill the blood of innocents, but when someone crosses the line and goes bad, you get to make them pay in horrible ways, and the audience cheers. We wanted to make an anthology film in the vein of ‘Creepshow.’ Killroy is like the Golem, the Boogeyman and the Grim Reaper combined.”
***TEEN WOLF & TEEN WOLF TOO Update**
The extras on our upcoming Collector’s Editions are now finalized!
- New 2017 High-Definition Film Transfer Taken From The Interpositive
- Never. Say. Die. The Story Of Teen Wolf – A Comprehensive 2 hours and 23 min documentary About The Making And Legacy Of The Film, Including Brand-new Interviews With Writers Jeph Loeb And Matthew Weisman; Producers Mark Levinson And Scott Rosenfelt; Stars Susan Ursitti-Sheinberg, Jerry Levine, Matt Adler, Jim MacKrell And Troy Evans; Basketball Double Jeff Glosser; Casting Director Paul Ventura; Production Designer Chester Kaczenski; Special Effects Make-up Artist Jeff Dawn; And Editor Lois Freeman-Fox.
- Original Theatrical Trailer
- Still Gallery
TEEN WOLF TOO:
- Working With The Wolf – An Interview With Director Christopher Leitch
- Otherworldly – An Interview With Co-star Kim Darby
- A Man of Great ‘Stiles’ - An Interview With Co-star Stuart Fratkin
- Nerdy Girl Saves the Day – An Interview With Co-star Estee Chandler
- A Wolf In ‘80s Clothing – A Look At The Wardrobe Of Teen Wolf Too With Costume Designer Heidi Kaczenski
- Still Gallery
Official releases for both are August 8th but if you order directly from us you'll get it two weeks early plus receive a limited-edition rolled 18" x 24" poster of the newly-commissioned artwork (while supplies last). Pre-order now @ https://www.shoutfactory.com/film/film-comedy/teen-wolf-collector-s-edition & https://www.shoutfactory.com/film/film-comedy/teen-wolf-too-collector-s-edition
Big Trouble in Little China: Old Man Jack Synopsis:
From John Carpenter (director of Big Trouble in Little China, Halloween, The Thing, Escape from New York) and Anthony Burch (writer of Borderlands 2) comes the story of old man Jack Burton’s final ride in the Pork-Chop Express.
The year is 2020, and hell is literally on Earth. Ching Dai, sick of relying on screw-ups like Lo Pan to do his bidding, has broken the barriers between Earth and the infinite hells, and declared himself ruler of all.
Sixty-year-old Jack Burton is alone in a tiny corner of Florida with only his broken radio to talk to, until one day it manages to pick up a message. Someone is out there in the hellscape, and they know a way to stop Ching Dai.
The first story arc of the Old Man Jack series features four issues and introduces an older Jack trying to ignore a certain awfulness around him and he’s unexpected called into action, reuniting with a familiar not-so-friendly face. Hilariously weird foes, strange luck, and unexpected allegiances make this series must-read for fans of the film looking for that sequel.
From The Wrap
New Line is developing a “Conjuring 2” spinoff that will focus on the character of the Crooked Man, an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.
Mike Van Waes will pen the screenplay from a story by James Wan, who directed the previous “Conjuring” films. “The Crooked Man” will be the next chapter in the universe and is the third character to gets its own standalone film, after Annabelle and The Nun.
Wan and Peter Safran will produce “The Crooked Man.”
Talk about a load of crap.
Warner Bros. is negotiating with “Central Intelligence” director Rawson Thurber to helm a reboot of the “Cannonball Run” franchise.
“Reno 911” stars Thomas Lennon & Robert Ben Garant are also in talks to write the script.
Andre Morgan and Alan Gasmer are producing the movie. Albert S. Ruddy and Raymond Chow are the exec producers.
The original franchise starred Burt Reynolds, Frank Sinatra, Roger Moore, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., and Dom DeLuise. The films centered on an illegal cross-country race where the participants played dirty tricks on one another.
The series produced three films, with the first, “The Cannonball Run,” released in 1981 and the most recent, “Speed Zone,” in 1989.