So you've made (or are making) what you think is an incredible zombie-themed short film, but you're having a hard time getting the word out about it. Breaking into the film business isn't easy, but Jesse Baget's Ruthless Pictures and DC are about to kick open the door for you!
The CW was a bit skimpy with regard to putting out photos for next week's Episode 5.20 of "The Vampire Diaries," entitled "What Lies Beneath," but we have all three of them here for you along with an extended preview of the ep!
There’s no need to make an implication that American filmmakers are failures. That’s not true. Wes Craven, John Carpenter, James Wan, Darren Lynn Bousman, Ti West, and Adam Green are just a few of today’s genre specific visionaries, and they’re delivering the goods.
Image Entertainment will be bringing Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson's All Cheerleaders Die (review) to you in the coming days, but right now we finally have the official trailer to share with you cats!
Do you ever laugh out loud when watching "Hannibal"? As seasoned horror fans, no doubt many of us do. And someone else who does is series creator Bryan Fuller, who was recently interviewed for the web series "Post Mortem with Scott Thompson."
Two more have signed on to get their merit badges in Zombie Survival in Christopher Landon's Scouts vs. Zombies as Neighbors' Halston Sage and Animals' Lukas Gage have signed on for active duty!
As portrayed by Salma Hayek, the Santánico character introduced in From Dusk Till Dawn is etched into the memory of fans around the globe, and next week in the El Rey Network series based on the film, we'll get to see Eiza González reenact her iconic snake dance.
The only thing that could make us enjoy this season of "Bates Motel" more is if it had more than just ten episodes in it, but we'll take what we can get! And what we have today is a batch of stills from Episode 2.09, "The Box."
I've gotta say I'm pretty impressed with WGN America's "Salem." It pushes the envelope way farther than I thought it would for network TV with all sorts of weird and ghastly imagery. That being said... It's about to get some music to go with it!
Our favorite sickos at Image have released some neat postcards in support of their upcoming release of Wolf Creek 2, and we have 'em for you here just waiting to be sent to your family back home!
This weekend's horror offering, Hammer's The Quiet Ones (review), is supposedly based upon true events. So we figured we'd look around and come up with the actual video of said events. Curious? Take a look!
Finally, after months of waiting, the official trailer for [REC] 4: Apocalypse has arrived online, and we have it for you right here. Will things go out with a bang? Is the apocalypse worth waiting for? Check it out, and let us know what you think!
Bravo isn't a network that comes to mind when discussing genre TV shows, but they're about to join the fray with a new supernatural drama series produced by Jennifer Garner ("Alias," Butter). Read on for the early details.
Found cameras have documented some pretty evil things in the genre's recent past, from paranormal possessions to devilish pregnancies. In As Above, So Below, directed by John Erick Dowdle (Quarantine, Devil), found footage takes us straight into the bowels of Hell.
Emily Blunt takes center stage in the latest piece of promo art for Edge of Tomorrow, which pits a handful of familiar faces up against ruthless alien soldiers. Want to spice up your Facebook page with some extraterrestrial action? The banner doubles as a nifty cover photo. Dig it!