Watch out, Nicolas Cage! Brandon Routh is muscling in on your territory with Dylan Dog: Dead of Night, in theaters today. Yes, the man who stole the role of Kal-El from you is targeting your "horrible Z-movie" crown.
Could this be the biggest movie summer of all time? It's sure looking like it. Almost every weekend features at least one, and maybe two or three, movies with a science fiction, fantasy or comics pedigree.
New horror comedy Dylan Dog follows a supernatural peacekeeper (Brandon Routh) who mediates between the zombies, vampires and werewolves of our world. This first clip lays down the guidelines for zombies, and we managed to ask Routh himself to elaborate.
The Dylan Dog movie, otherwise known as Dead Of Night, has been hounded by negative press for years. But this latest trailer makes the supernatural thriller look kind of cute, mostly thanks to Being Human's Sam Huntington. Watch it now.
The short film Exist was lodged in our brains ever since we saw the first trailer. Now that it's out, we're thankful that — like the poster — the actual movie kept it free of crappy CG aliens and stunts. It relies on the simple horror of the act of an abduction and gave us chills! Plus, take a look at a new Dylan Dog…
The first ever footage from the Dylan Dog live action movie adaptation has finally hit our screens. And it's making some nasty jokes at the expense of the undead.
Over at Pop Matters, there's an interesting essay by Oliver Ho comparing the retro reference-laced comic books Dylan Dog and Hellboy. Ho writes:
Dead Of Night, the live-action movie adaptation of the supernatural comic book Dylan Dog, has its brooding bad boy. According to Shock Till You Drop, Taye Diggs will be starring opposite Brandon Routh, the nightmare investigator, as the leader of the town's gang of vamps. Also the lovely Anita Briem will be playing…