File this one under "How the Hell Is This News?" You know, no one understands the allure of a mysterious woman in black more than I do, but people in Winchester, Virginia, are taking this bit of not-so-paranormal catnip to a much higher level.
It should come as a shock to exactly no one that reality television hasn’t been real for years. Every “true life” TV show you’re a fan of, from "Pawn Stars" to "Hell’s Kitchen" and everything in between, is scripted to some degree, sometimes to a lot of degrees.
First the Jaws attraction sets sail for the junkyard, and now this. Universal Studios' Universal House of Horrors attraction is closing its doors this coming September 1st. There's just no love for the classics anymore.
Some people make fun of me for my aversion to camping, but the joke's on them! I've seen way too many movies to not know that no good ever comes from poking around in the woods where you do not belong. At the very least shitting behind a tree sucks. Need another example to embrace civilization?
Though James Wan may be taking a break from directing horror films, that doesn't mean he has completely abandoned the genre. Wan recently produced a spook-show titled Demonic, which has just been given a release date courtesy of Dimension Films.
There are few names in the make-up field as well known and respected as Dick Smith, a true pioneer who will go down in history as one of the all-time greats. We're very sad to report today that Smith has passed away, leaving behind a body of work that will endure until the end of time.
Just yesterday we learned that Brad Anderson's new project has been renamed Stonehearst Asylum, and now we already have a look at its updated artwork and trailer. Check it out, and look for more soon!
As we told you yesterday, Syfy and The Asylum premiered the first trailer for "Z Nation," the new zombie series airing later this year, during last night's debut of Sharknado 2: The Second One. In case you missed it, we have it for you right here!
Word has just come in that production is currently under way in Sedona, Arizona, on the new indie feature from director Tommy Stovall, entitled Aaron's Blood. Read on for casting news and details.
A rather interesting email landed in our inbox this morning as it seems Rob Zombie is turning to his fans to help finance his next project, 31. He's launched the site RZ-31.com, which connects to a FanBacked page for the film and provides a synopsis, new artwork, and more!
We don't have a lot of info on this one, but following its premiere earlier this month at South Korea's Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival, some sales art and early details have landed in our inbox for Camera.
A new horror comedy is on its way that's taking its cues from two Eighties classics, Evil Dead and The Breakfast Club. What's it called, you ask? The Evil Breakfast Dead Club. See what they did there?
A face locked in a torrid scream, eyes piercing with fright. The whole thing wrapped in barbed wire. Everyone can agree on one thing: The cover art for the upcoming survival horror game The Evil Within is pretty awesome.
Along with all the other projects you've seen her name linked to over the past several months, Jennifer Blanc-Biehn is deep in post-production on her sophomore directorial effort, The Girl, and as she readies the film for presentation to the market, she provided us with a look at its new teaser.
Director Joel Soisson (Pulse 2: Afterlife, Pulse 3, Children of the Corn: Genesis) is back with a new film for the digital age entitled Cam2Cam (formerly DARKnet), and right now we have the poster, trailer, and release details for ya! Dig 'em!