We know a lot of our readers are always on the lookout for a juicy new horror novel to sink their teeth into, and we recently learned about A.M. Esmonde's first vampire book, Blood Hunger, for which we're happy to pass along a synopsis and trailer.
A film titled Dahmer vs. Gacy doesn't seem the type to be garnering awards at film festivals across the country, but that's exactly what's happening. It just won "Outstanding Cast Performance" at the Action on Film International Film Festival in Pasadena, California, and earlier this year the film also was voted "Audience Choice Award" winner at the Bare Bones Independent Film Fest in Muskogee, Oklahoma.
One more story that fell a bit between the cracks during our coverage of the San Diego Comic-Con came in the form of an announcement at the show that producer/writers Marc Guggenheim and Alisa Tager have formed Collider Entertainment, a company focused on the principle that intellectual property can be developed across multiple platforms for production and global distribution simultaneously.
Joss Whedon's "Dollhouse" series got a bit jerked around during its run on Fox TV, but its Season Two DVD/Blu-ray release is getting the royal treatment with fans who order from FoxConnect.com and use a special code getting free shipping, a 10% discount, and a copy of the limited edition San Diego Comic-Con lithograph.
Scars on Broadway, comprised of System of a Down members Daron Malakian and John Dolmayan, has partnered with popular music streaming service SoundCloud for a unique free download promotion. Their Free “Fucking” Download promotion will allow fans to get a copy of the band’s new song “Fucking” by simply sharing news of the download with their friends. Oh, how we love helping to promote more "Fucking" in this world!
It's nearly unfathomable that a movie shot by the great Joe Dante in 3D and not some crappy conversion over two years ago has not been released here in the States. In fact it drives us pretty friggin' crazy! While we're still waiting for distro news, we figured we'd point out that a new quad one-sheet for the flick has debuted online. Sigh.
Since its first mention in April one movie we've been keeping a close eye on is Darren Bousman's 3D kill-a-thon Ninety. Any movie looking to deliver nearly one hundred kills in one sitting is fine by us so we've been waiting patiently to hear more. More has finally come.
And the train wreck just keeps on crashing. The first clip from the upcoming horror comedy Vampires Suck has hit online, and it looks every bit as good as everything else we've seen come before it. Excited?
Every good horror movie needs a good score to accompany it to help bring on the shivers, and today some good news just broke tune-wise for Mauro Borrelli's upcoming spooker Box of Shadows.
There's no doubt that Ike and Addley made their mama very proud in the Eighties in Charles Kaufman’s classic slice of sick Mother's Day, and now the fine folks over at Troma are looking to bring mayhem to another parental figure.
It's been a long, hard road for everyone's favorite misshapen superhero from New Jersey to get his fifth film released, but as of today we are one step closer to getting our mitts on The Toxic Avenger 5: The Toxic Twins!
Get out your calendars, kids! Three high profile horror flicks have switched dates, and it's time to keep you abreast of the changes. That's a great word, abreast. It sounds naughty but it's not. Sort of like Black Swan. Speaking of which ... Below you'll find new dates and descriptions for the following: Black Swan -- New Date: December 1st, 2010
Know what we want? To see the new undead opus from co-directors Howard J. Ford and Jonathan Ford titled simply The Dead right now. That's what we want! Two new trailers have hit the Internet that more than have our Fulci bones (they exist in the leg, ya know) tingling! Have a look!
Looking for something to help ease you into the weekend? How about preview trailers for the season openers of both "The Vampire Diaries" and "Supernatural" on The CW?
If you've never seen Repo! The Genetic Opera screened with a shadowcast, then you've been missing out. But if you're in or around the LA area, tonight you have a chance to not only see it with one of the best shadowcasts around, "Addicted to the Knife", but also watch it with Paul Sorvino (who's never attended a shadowcast performance before) and several other members of the film's cast and crew.