For those familiar with the grindhouse-inspired horror short “Terrifier”, the name Damien Leone might mean something to you - but the face you probably remember is that of Art the Clown. First introduced in another short called “The 9th Circle”, Art the Clown has developed into a remarkably simple but absolutely devilish character...
Exclusive time, kids! On tap right now are several exclusive images from the upcoming flick from Harrison Smith, Camp Dread (formerly Dead.tv). Check 'em out along with all the latest details.
Though it's been retired since 1967, ocean liner Queen Mary has been a hotbed of paranormal activity over the years, crowned one of the top 10 most haunted places in America by Time Magazine in 2008. The perfect setting for a horror flick? You bet!
One of our favorite events each year is PaleyFest, put on by The Paley Center for Media, and the dates for the 2014 Fest have been announced along with a new venue and one panel that's sure to attract the horror crowd.
The Michael Bay-produced found footage thriller Welcome to Yesterday (previously titled Almanac) is headed our way next year, and in it a group of teens mess around with time and find out the hard way that they've gotten in way over their heads.
The first trailer is here for the new horror film from John Schneider (yes, that John Schneider of "Dukes of Hazzard fame). Smothered has a cast filled with a handful of beloved horror icons, who are all apparently playing themselves in it. Check it out!
If that headline was enough to catch your eye, then you, my friend, are our kind of people. Attention, fans of "The Originals" - you're gonna love this. Read on for the latest on the new horror flick Armistice starring Klaus himself, Joseph Morgan.
Filmmaker Ryan Nicholson is a sick, sick man. That's why we love him so. To prove that we also love you, we have the first look at his latest film, Collar. Read on for details and lots and lots of bloodshed.
The American remake of We Are What We Are (review) hits VOD on December 17, and while the Mexican thriller of the same name is superior, Jim Mickle’s take on ritualistic cannibalism is a damned fine film in its own right and certainly one of the better cannibal-centric movies to come out recently.
It was back in April when we first told you about the low-budget terror tale Monongahela, which concerns a ferocious river monster wreaking havoc on hapless victims. Today we get another look at the horrors which lay in wait.
We're back with another installment of Radio 66.6! This week features the latest news, music, videos and tour dates from the likes of Slipknot, Iced Earth, Suicide Silence, mewithoutYou, Philip H. Anselmo, The Wonder Years, La Dispute, Comeback Kid, Throwdown, Skinny Puppy and more.
The job of an astronaut is filled with danger. It's not just the arduous time-consuming, space-madness-inducing traveling they have to endure that could spell the end. In space no one can hear you scream. But...
Mischief Night is coming home on DVD today, and we have your chance to score a copy on us. We'll deliver it right to your home, too. Well, not personally. If you wanna arrange something like that, we take VISA and MASTERCARD. Thanks.
Wanna see something completely badass? Artist Chan Takashi has created a sculpt of his vision of Legendary Pictures' Godzilla 2014, and it's right in line with what we've seen of the beast thus far. Great stuff, Chan. Just wow!
We've counted doors for Sally and full moons for Josh and Nora, and now it's time to count black eyes and fangs for Aidan as we head into the final stretch before the Season 4 premiere of Syfy's "Being Human."