Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Happy New Year 2009

Happy New Year 2009!!!
I would like to wish everyone Happy Holidays, and a very Happy New Year 2009. It will be a very special new years for horror fans with My Bloody Valentine 3D in January and Friday the 13th in February, and with many more to come. January 2009 also has The Unborn and The Uninvited.

UPDATES: My Bloody Valentine 3D

I am a big fan of the original My Bloody Valentine, and I always wished that there would be a sequel. There was once a rumor about a sequel to film, but it never came about. Now, we have the eagerly awaited remake from Lionsgate to come out Friday, January 16th 2009. Here is updated news on the release:

Released in 3D on only 900 screens :

According to a recent New York Times article, My Bloody Valentine 3D, will be screened in 3D on only about 900 screens in the United States. Why? Well, thats about all the screens that are currently equipped to show the new 3D movies. So, the rest of the "1600" or so prints will be shown in the regular 2D version.

Promotional Materials to promote My Bloody Valentine 3D :

Here in New York, My Bloody Valentine 3D from Lionsgate has the following promotional materials out and about:
* Teaser Poster - In theaters
* Regular OneSheet - In theaters
* Large Standee - In theaters
* NYC Subway poster - In subway stations
* NYC Bus ads - On sides of buses
* NYC Parking Garages - Large Posters near Parking Garage exits all around the city

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Rob Zombie Officially Directing ’Halloween’ Sequel


Rob Zombie Officially Directing 'Halloween' Sequel

Rob Zombie is packing up and heading back to Haddonfield for H2, the sequel to his remake of John Carpenter's classic film from 1978. While other horror websites patronized us for reporting the story broke by Shock, it appears the egg is in their face as Zombie will return to both write and direct the sequel to HALLOWEEN for Dimension Films. Read on for the official news and full details on the deal. What do you guys think? Where should Zombie take the sequel?Dimension Films and Rob Zombie are teaming for another chapter of "Halloween," and he's racing to scare up the pic for release in October.Zombie will write and direct "H2," the sequel to his 2007 reinvention of the John Carpenter horror classic. Production will begin in March.
The new film picks up right as the first remake ended, following the aftermath of Michael Myers' murderous rampage through the eyes of the sister he hunted.Zombie said it won't resemble the original second installment, as the "House of 1000 Corpses" helmer continues to take the franchise in different directions.Zombie took Carpenter's original and stamped it with an original storyline that treated Myers as a clinical psychopath. The film grossed $60 million domestically in 2007.Zombie had told Dimension chief and TWC co-chairman Bob Weinstein he wanted nothing to do with a sequel. But just like the franchise's villain, Zombie was compelled to come back."I was so burned out. (But) I took a long break, made a record and I got excited again," Zombie said. "Now, we'll be hauling ass, and that's the problem making a movie called 'Halloween': If you come out Nov. 1 or after, nobody cares. If it was called anything else, I'd be fine."Malek Akkad of Trancas Intl. Films will produce with Spectacle Entertainment's Andy Gould. Source: Variety By: MrDisgusting (

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Deluxe Friday the 13th Parts 1 - 3 Specs

Deluxe Friday the 13th Parts 1 - 3 Specs

Here is what is on February's new Deluxe DVD editions of Friday the 13th Parts 1 - 3. Part one is the only entry to get a Blu-Ray release, for now, on the emerging high-def format. The extras are brand new, with a few rare oldies thrown in (like Jason Forever from the Best Buy exclusive disc). Pretty cool covers, too - learning from past mistakes Paramount have created new eye-popping images while retaining the original key art.

Friday the 13th - Uncut Deluxe Edition (DVD/Blu-Ray) Commentary by Director Sean Cunningham, Fresh Cuts: New Tales from Friday the 13th, Man Behind the Legacy: Sean S. Cunningham, Friday the 13th: Special Reunion, Lost Tales from Camp Blood: Part 1, Theatrical Trailer, Remastered Dolby audio

Friday the 13th: Part 2 - Deluxe Edition (DVD), Inside Crystal Lake Memories, Horror Convention, Lost Tales from Camp Blood: Part 2, Slasher Films: Going for the Jugular, Jason Trivia Text Track, Jason Forever Doc, Theatrical Trailer, Remastered Dolby audio.

Friday the 13th: Part 3 - Deluxe Edition (DVD), Original 3-D version of the film, Four pairs of 3-D glasses, Theatrical trailer, Remastered Dolby audio.

Sunday, November 30, 2008

Friday the 13th (1980) showing at NYC’S IFC Center Thanksgiving weeekend!!!!

If you live in the New York City area, you can catch the original Friday the 13th (1980) on the big screen this Thanksgiving weekend!! The IFC Center @ 323 Sixth Ave., New York, NY 10014 is showing four !!! midnight shows Wednesday, November 26th thru Friday, November 29th 2008. I got to see it on Wednesday night AND Friday night. It was a great film print, and I had loads of fun seeing it on the big screen.

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Welcome to CAMP BLOG !!! (on Blogger)

Hi all!! This is The Horror 13 welcoming you to my blog here on Blogger. Right now I am just getting settled in, so for current blog updates please visit CAMP BLOG at The direct link is . I am a huge fan of horror, especially Friday the 13th, Halloween, and A Nightmare On Elm Street. See ya soon.

The Horror 13