Yet more Saw VI goodies have surfaced today, this time featuring Costas Mandylor (sing it, baby) obviously reflecting on the evil deeds, both past and present day, that he's been privy to.
Dread Central got exclusive word from director Sean Cain that they have unveiled the website for the upcoming horror flick Breath of Hate today.
One thing I love about being the designated DC staffer to put up Trembles' review each week is that we just never know what the hell he's going to come up with next! Case in point: 1958's Bijo to Ekitainingen aka The H-Man.
You know what the world needs? More supernatural love stories. No, we're not talking about the lusty adventures of Sam and Dean; we're talking horror with a heart, man. I mean, who doesn't love a little sappiness thrown in with their terror? Well, 90% of us, that's who, but flicks like these are still coming anyway.
In a recent interview with BlackFilm about the upcoming film Surrogates, actor Boris Kodjoe let some more rotting Resident Evil: Afterlife related cats of the bag.
Good news for fans abroad looking forward to the feature length version of one of the best mock trailers to appear in Grindhouse, Robert Rodriguez's Machete -- the flick has scored itself some overseas distribution!
A teaser poster for what is shaping up to be a monster-sized gift for Fred-heads around the world, Never Sleep Again, debuted online today with a mighty slash and trademark cackle. Ok, so there's no cackle but the artwork is still bitchin'!
After Dark Films just released the official poster for one of this year's eight films to die for, Anthony DiBlasi's film version of Clive Barker's Dread, and as always we've got a look at it for you.
One of California's biggest and most well respected film festivals, Screamfest LA, revealed its entire schedule today, and it's packing the horror goods including The Fourth Kind, The Human Centipede, and Cabin Fever 2!
In this day and age you've got to be leery when a film tries to garner attention as being "more than a horror film", right? Especially when the film's press release also compares it to Saw and Hostel - two very good films but, really, not much more than horror films.
Want to see the first one sheet for the upcoming "Sasquatch on the loose" creature feature Savage? Of course you do! Come on in; we have it!
Filmax has been replacing directors left and right lately (er, just twice I guess, but still...) and here's another changing of the guard, this time surrounding the upcoming possession flick Exorcismus.
For a while it looked like director Paco Plaza would be doing double-duty for Filmax, shooting both Rec 2 and the upcoming Circus. With today's news, however, it seems Plaza is off Circus and a different director has already joined up.
Later this year we'll be getting the Guy Ritchie directed Sherlock Holmes with Robert Downey Jr. as a more caddish, bumbling, action-oriented world's greatest detective than we're used to seeing.. Opinions have already been quite mixed on this new action-comedy Hollywood take on the usually sophisticated and literate Sir Arthur Conan Doyle creation. What will the purists say when they find out The Asylum is getting into the Sherlock Holmes game?
The kiddies need some family-friendly horror to sink their teeth into. Think of it as training wheels for future horror fans. That's where movies like Monster Mutt come in. The family friendly comedy follows the exploits of the family dog, Max, as an evil corporation tests their new energy drink on the lovable mutt. Max undergoes a monstrous transformation as the family tries to hold on to their beloved pet.