In case you've forgotten, "Metal is a Way of Life", and there are few as metal as the legendary Christopher Lee. In anticipation of the March 15th release in the UK (April 20th in the US) of concept album Charlemagne: By the Sword and the Cross, a new promo video has been released featuring Sir Christopher along with some behind-the-scenes clips, etc.
Back in mid-2009 we got the first word from writer/director Ian Fielding about his upcoming Wilby Park, and now there's an official trailer for us to check out.
Yet another villain has been named for Patrick Lussier's upcoming 3D smash-em-up Drive Angry, and if we were Cage, we'd just let her catch us. One look and you'll agree -- there have to be far worse ways to go!
Finally the trailer for Anchor Bay's After.Life has hit online -- your inevitable disappointment? It's not a red band that showcases a nude Ricci playing dead! Hey, gotta save something for the limited theatrical and DVD release, right?
What once was old is new again, at least as far as movies based on video games. Universal is developing an Asteroids movie. Fox is developing a Missile Command movie. Producers have been trying to get a big screen Joust and Pac-Man movie off the ground for years now.
Dread Central’s next final girl, Jill Schoelen, was one of our busiest final girls working in the horror genre. The actress appeared in Wes Craven’s Chiller, The Stepfather, Curse 2: The Bite, The Phantom of the Opera, Popcorn, and When a Stranger Calls Back, firmly cementing her place as a beloved final girl of modern horror history.
Though Lionsgate rarely tips its hand with regard to casting and plot points for the Saw movies, a bit of possible casting news has hit the net that's pretty interesting.
When it comes to your horror needs t-shirt-wise, it's hard to find anyone who holds a candle to the sickos over at Rotten Cotton. The boys in black have just unveiled a bunch of new designs to help you make "the normal" folks around you walk on the other side of the street, and we've got a couple of choice ones for you to dig on as well as directions for you to see the whole damned line!
The third clip for Psych: 9, the upcoming horror thriller from the UK starring Cary Elwes, Sara Foster, Michael Biehn, and Gabriel Mann, recently went live to coincide with an update to the film's website that's now home to new stills and more!
Dracula's voyage from Transylvania to London has always been glossed over by the cinema. We all know a bloodbath took place on the ship carrying him, his coffin, and of course his native soil, but we never actually ever got to see what happened for more than a couple of minutes. With The Last Voyage of the Demeter gearing up for production, a certain director has been eying the promising property.
All you have to do is attend one convention to know how much horror fans love to wear t-shirts immortalizing their favorite characters. And now, thanks to Fright-Rags, one of the most beloved zombies out there, Return of the Living Dead's Tarman, has a new shirt and poster for his followers to enjoy.
You know what's more kickass than finally having a president who can speak in complete sentences? Having a president who can speak in complete sentences and can kill vampires, that's what! And who better to bring such a tale to the screen than the team of Tim Burton and Timur Bekmambetov?
As we keep hearing over and over from filmmakers struggling to get financing for their projects, the industry has changed beyond recognition, and the old rule book has literally been torn up. As a result, they now need to find new and creative ways to get their films made. Case in point? Simon Cox's decision to offer the opportunity for people to get involved in the making of his new film Kaleidoscope Man by way of a donation.
It's more in the thriller vein than pure horror, but we thought our readers would still like to know about special effects guru Robert Kurtzman's latest directorial project, Deadly Impact, which debuts on unrated DVD April 20th from MGM Home Entertainment.
With his new version of A Nightmare on Elm Street still over a month away, director Samuel Bayer has already said "no" to a possible sequel.