We crazy Americans have to "supersize" everything these days, but in the case of the trailer for the upcoming reality competition known as "Scream Queens 2", which features director Tim Sullivan and Jaime King along with a bevy of horror-loving babes, we're certainly not complaining!
A long time ago, when the Internet was a much newer tool and you didn't have to dig quite as hard to find some legitimately fucked up shit, I watched the infamous Budd Dwyer suicide video despite numerous cautions from friends. "You can't unsee that shit." The funny thing is that I haven't thought of that story for years ... until suffering through this particularly miserable trailer.
Some of my favorite horror movies feature hot young people roaming into places they have no business going - like The Ruins, Friday the 13th, and Wrong Turn 2 to name just a few. Well, horror fiends, there's a new group of victims lining up in Madison County, an upcoming indie horror flick that is gearing up for production this September in Arkansas.
If you like nasty surprises, you'll want to check out the new clip provided to us for Road Kill, one of the eight films entered into the Fangoria FrightFest competition. We've also got a couple of new stills for the Aussie thriller.
We've been keeping our eyes and ears open for news about when we might be able to see Stevan Mena's Bereavement, the prequel to his 2004 flick Malevolence, and today we learned that it will be having its world premiere on Friday, July 16th, at the Long Island International Film Expo.
With its July 15th LA premiere just a few short days away, the first clip from Tim Sullivan's 2001 Maniacs: Field of Screams has hit the Net, and we've got a look at it for you here -- It's dinner time!
Few items are more crucial to setting the right tone and mood in a film than the score, and based on today's news that Oscar winning composer Michael Giacchino will be handling that duty for Matt Reeves' Let Me In, it looks like things are on the right track.
Want to test your short film prowess? Think you have what it takes to have your project judged by a panel led by none other than Rob Zombie? Then read on for more details about Universal Studios Hollywood and Rob Zombie's new partnership to recognize the nation's top short-form filmmaking horror genre talent with the "Halloween Horror Nights - Rob Zombie Film Competition".
Over on the official distribution site for Xavier Gens' upcoming horror flick The Divide, formerly known as The Fallout, they've posted a tiny look at the film's early poster art and a much more detailed synopsis, both of which we have for you right here.
Attention, filmmakers! The third annual San Antonio Horrific Film Fest is looking for your feature-length or short film for this year's contest. The winning entry will get national distribution for your film. Not enough? Okay, read on.
Some interesting developments regarding M. Night Shayamalan's forthcoming project The Night Chronicles: Devil. Universal has decided to tweak the title a bit to something less ... attributed to.
In this crazy day and age we find ourselves sometimes envying the loners out there who keep to themselves. Of course said quiet existence is on the verge of being ruined at any second by pesky people. Especially people on the run from a psychopath.
One film that's been kicking around for a while now will soon be gracing the big screens at the Fantasia Film Festival 2010 and we've got two one-sheets for it that are absolutely Heartless!
It's gonna be a good old fashioned witch hunt at the Fantasia Film Festival 2010 when Chris Smith's latest film Black Death spreads its plague and we've got two new stills to get you down with the sickness!
Fantasia 2010: Subversive Serbia Spotlight - New Stills: Life and Death of a Porno Gang, A Holy Place, and T.T. Syndrome
One of the cooler and sicker things to check in addition to the premiere of A Serbian Film at the Fantasia Film Festival 2010 is their Subversive Serbia Film Spotlight and we have got some stills from three of the films that will be weirding up the big screen!