To celebrate the home video release of Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones (review), we have your chance to score a special gift basket just in time for Easter! Ay dios mio! Read on for details.
It's been nearly 30 years since Edward Hunt last directed a film, with 1981's Bloody Birthday being his most well-known effort. Later this year he makes his long-awaited return with Halloween Hell, and we've got all the details for ya today. Read on, fiends!
We're not sure how he's managed to stay alive so long during this season of "Bates Motel," but surely problem child Zane can't last much longer! Check out a preview of next week's Episode 2.07, "Presumed Innocent," which reminds us that "all problems must be faced!"
After spending many years in front of the camera with his cohorts Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright, Nick Frost is about to make his way to the director's chair, and you'll never guess in what genre he's chosen to dabble! Well, then again, you're here so you probably already know. Oh, just shut up and read on!
It probably wouldn't surprise you to hear The Asylum has a new nature gone amok flick titled Blood Lake: Attack of the Killer Lampreys starring Shannen Doherty and Christopher Lloyd premiering on TV this Memorial Day weekend.
I briefly attended Lincoln High in Brooklyn, New York, before being thrown out for being an uncontrollable student. Ah, youth... there was so much chaos! So much puberty! Still, if demons were roaming the school, I may have stuck around or at least blamed them for my shitty attitude.
It was announced awhile back that Ivan Reitman wouldn't be directing Sony's Ghostbusters reboot/sequel and that the directing duo from The Lego Movie were stepping in to take the reins. That was then. Everything is not awesome.
Footage of paranormal activity is being captured worldwide, and you will see the effects of that in the new flick from Malaysia, It Exists, or Ia Wujud as it's known in its homeland. Read on for the trailer and details.
To get you ready for tonight's Episode 2.12 of "The Following," entitled "Betrayal," Fox has released another clip. In this one Joe (James Purefoy) explains to Emma (Valorie Curry) how religion is responsible for far more bloodshed than he could ever be.
If you haven't check out Stage Fright yet, you ought to make it your business to. Need a bit more convincing? Then dig on the film's opening 10 minutes courtesy of the cats over at Hulu.
This isn't a project, a documentation of the paranormal, a last exorcism, an experiment, a chronicle, or anything like that... This one? This one is simply The Lost Footage, which, like every bit of footage that came before it, has not been endorsed by the Vatican.
Well now, this news has made an unbearable Monday suddenly a lot easier to take! We have good news for "Bates Motel" fans as A&E has just sent out word that Season 3 is on its way. Read on for the details.
Another clip is here in promotion of the first feature film from Derek Lee and Clif Prowse, Afflicted (review). Do yourselves a favor, kids; head over to your cable box or click below and order this one NOW! Dig it!
We're weeks removed from the untimely and tragic passing of GWAR frontman and "Holliston" star Dave Brockie, and it still doesn't seem like it's real. Thankfully, Dave has left behind quite a legacy, both musically and on film, and ArieScope has prepared a tribute to the man. Check it out!
Sixteen stories of madness are on the way from the wonderfully disturbed folks over at Dark Horse, and we have your first details and also a look at the cover art right here. Steady your nerves, kids! Step right up and get your ticket for the Nightmare Carnival.