What if one day you woke up and found out that you were taxed with the daunting task of trying to stop an unstoppable killing machine? Even worse ... what if said killing machine ended up being yourself? That's what's asked in the upcoming comic-to-film adaptation Crosshair, and we've got the skinny for you!
Remember that nerdy kid you knew in school? Yes, him (or her). Hopefully you left them alone. If not the consequences could end up being deadly, and that's exactly the case with the new indie feature Deadly Karma.
Now this is what we call an update! Gris Grimley is currently working on so many projects it's hard to keep track of them all, but today he provided us with info on three of them, including a new trailer for his short film Wounded Embark of the Lovesick Mind and, even more exciting, his feature film Pinocchio, which is being produced by Guillermo Del Toro and The Jim Henson Company.
One of the biggest thing to come out of this year's San Diego Comic-Con was no doubt Guillermo del Toro's surprise announcement that he would be remaking The Haunted Mansion based upon the popular Disney ride. Today a few more details have come to light! Dig it!
Finally something official pertaining to the long awaited re-release of the slasher classic Madman! That's right, kids! We've got the art, the date, and even a look at what you're gonna find on the DVD when you get it into your claws! Just be careful not to say his name above a whisper.
Now that we're almost completely out of the hell that is covering the San Diego Comic-Con (there's still more coverage coming), we've been playing a bit of catch-up with some things that slipped through the cracks--namely, a couple of stills from Steven R. Monroe's I Spit on Your Grave remake.
You know, as much as I dislike saying this, other than Amityville II: The Possession, the Platinum Dunes version of The Amityville Horror is probably the second best film in the franchise. Although for most part the franchise itself pretty much sucked to begin with so I guess in retrospect that's really not saying very much.
So I was able to get my greedy little paws on the upcoming Namco title Splatterhouse while at the San Diego Comic-Con. For this updated retelling of the original 1988 beat-em-up, side-scroller game, Splatterhouse has undergone a serious makeover, including Rick, who has gone from looking like Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th to a cross-breed of Abomination and a Tank from Left 4 Dead.
Time once again for yet another teaser poster for Resident Evil: Afterlife, and this one comes with a mug of beer and pretzels. Well, not really but we can hope, no?
"The Sopranos meets 2000 Maniacs" is how I described Lynch Mob in my review of the quirky cannibal horror comedy. I'm one of the few to have actually plunked down money to see the Lynch Mob during its one-week run in Carmike Theaters last September. You'll get your chance when the DVD finally hits in October.
Oliver Parker's latest telling of the famed story of Dorian Gray is finally coming home to American DVD and Blu-ray, and we've got the skinny and the artwork for ya!
Any horror fan worth his or her salt has to be either completely excited or just plain curious about John Carpenter's next film, The Ward. Well, prepare to have at least some of your thirst for more quenched as the official website for The Ward has opened its doors! What are you waiting for? It's time to check in!
Indie filmmaker Byron C. Miller dropped us a line to clue us in on his next feature film, Phantom Theater, and we've got everything you need to know about it, including how you can help, right here!
Courtesy of our friends at Icon Home Entertainment and Noble PR, we have two copies of the new supernatural horror Shelter – starring Julianne Moore and written by Identity’s Michael Cooney – to give away!
One panel we sadly didn't have time to check out during this year's San Diego Comic-Con included a first look at the official trailer for Zack Snyder's mind-bender Sucker Punch. Luckily it's now hit the Internet, and we have it for you right here in all its epicness. Synopsis: