Two words, dearest reader. Holy. Shit. You want undead anarchy? You want zombie chaos? These latest behind-the-scenes images from Frank Darabont's adaptation of Robert Kirkman's flesh eater epic The Walking Dead are bound to get you silly with excitement.
Bill Plympton's Hair High, the world's first animated "rom-zom-prom-com", is now available on DVD direct from the writer/director/animator's website.
Casting news and plot details have been trickling in for Universal's The Thing prequel, and now we finally have learned when we'll be able to see it in theatres.
Everyone's going through hard times these days, including the town of Burkittsville, Maryland, whose Town Council has decided to sell at least one (out of four) "Welcome to Burkittsville" sign, made famous by the 1999 movie The Blair Witch Project, on eBay, probably as soon as this weekend.
Passion or obsession? Pleasure or pain? Life or death? These are the questions posed by White Collar Sideshow, a musical performance group that uses horror imagery and the sound of creative percussion to impart a message of horror and redemption.
AMC's "The Walking Dead" is currently shooting in and around Atlanta, Georgia, and today we get our first look at Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes, a small-town cop who leads a group of survivors in their struggle against a world besieged by zombies.
To further celebrate the release of Jimmy Hayward's Jonah Hex in theatres on June 18th, Warner Brothers has released several more clips from the film to whet your spooky old west whistle.
Along with the 2010 Comic-Con exclusive "Dark Shadows" Werewolf we told you about here, Spectre Toys has also announced a "Dark Shadows" Series 1 Set that includes the one and only Barnabas Collins and the show's most popular villainess, the powerful witch Angelique Bou
Last year's Saw: The Video Game (review here) was way better than it had any right to be. Today Konami officially announced its sequel along with the news that Tobin Bell will be back to voice Jigsaw! Honestly? No one else could possibly do it!
Producer/director Jeff Chitty of Digital Grindhouse Entertainment dropped us a line with some early info on and a few exclusive photos from his current project The Taking of Savannah, which is filming in the Kansas City, Missouri, area now with an anticipated completion date in the next month or two. Synopsis:
We've waited patiently to get our first glimpse of the cover art for Universal's Blu-ray release of the Hitchcock classic Psycho, and finally it's here ... and it's sexy!
When was the last time you watched the 1939 classic The Wizard of Oz? As a kid I adored the movie. As a teenager I got really stoned while listening to Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon as its soundtrack. Now, as an adult it officially scares the hell out of me. Oh, how times change. Could those scares transfer over to its prequel? How about if Sam Raimi is at the helm?
With another successfully insane movie under his belt, Someone's Knocking at the Door (review here), we've been anxious to find out in which direction director Chad Ferrin plans to go with his next flick, Dances with Werewolves. Thankfully he's shed some exclusive light on things for us!
Lately everyone has a web series. We're inundated with dozens of requests for coverage every week, but if we covered them all, that's all you would see news about. So, in the interest of cherry picking and only pointing you guys toward the good shit, we've kept things to a minimum. Now then, speaking of things that are worth your time ...
Exclusive: Director Steven R. Monroe Spills - I Spit On Your Grave to Receive Unrated Theatrical Release!
This writer caught up with director Steven R. Monroe last week, and while the bulk of that juicy interview is just around the corner, we’d be remiss in not immediately bringing you word on Anchor Bay’s release plans for the director’s 2010 CineTel/Anchor Bay Entertainment remake of the infamous 1978 exploitation classic I Spit On Your Grave – a remake which is at this moment slated for an unrated(!) theatrical release.