We've been talking about Albert Pyun's Tales of an Ancient Empire for quite some time, and today we're pleased to provide a look at the red-band trailer for the film along with a full detailed synopsis.
It's a big week for "versus" films as we have AVH: Alien vs. Hunter, Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus (on Blu-ray solo and also in a two-pack with 30,000 Leagues Under the Sea), and The Navy vs. the Night Monsters. In addition a couple of other dual releases bow on May 18th: Book of Lore/Grave Mistakes and Invasion of Carol Enders/Come Die With Me.
After the very controversial Friday the 3rd Taint episode of Dinner for Fiends reared its head last year, we've all been bracing for one thing ... just how bad the announced remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street would be. Well. It certainly didn't disappoint.
Nothing is sacred anymore. Nothing. This 3D craze is just going too far. It's one thing to take a modern film during this latest jump-off-the-screen phase and convert it into, well, let's face it, subpar 3D; but now that people are going back to films that were made years ago to give them the pop-up-book treatment, our stomachs are really starting to hurt.
One of the many things we're looking forward to from Xavier Gens' upcoming horror flick The Divide, formerly known as The Fallout, is the return of Michael Biehn in a quality flick. And now through the magic of the interwebs you can dig on the very first image of Biehn in character!
This past weekend at Wonderfest in Louisville, KNB's Greg Nicotero was in attendance to host a behind-the-scenes feature from the Nimrod Antal directed sequel/redo, which focused on the "Classic Predator". Of course a fan was on hand with a camera and nailed down a few images of the goods!
It was only a couple of days ago that we told you about the new supernatural thriller on the way starring genre rock star Kurt Russell, Undying. The flick now has a director at the helm, and we've got the skinny for ya!
And right about now if you listen closely, you can hear the sounds of Phantasm fans around the world screaming! Rest easy, people! We're not talking about a remake or even that long rumored sequel. What we are getting at, though, is the English language feature film debut from Martyrs director Pascal Laugier, The Tall Man. There. That got you smiling again, no?
Remember that news story a while back in which Platinum Dunes producer Brad Fuller stated that he and partner Andrew Form are looking to get away from the horror genre for a bit? Yeah, well, not so much.
The question beckons - can superior filmmaking ability be transfer from father to son? We can only hope. We are sure to find out soon enough as Sean Stone, son of acclaimed director Oliver Stone, brings us his new horror flick SecretStone!
It's always awesome to see one of our own in this crazy biz we call horror journalism make good. To go from covering the genre to becoming a part of it is no easy task, so it is with tremendous pride that we report on Rue Morgue Magazine founder Rodrigo Gudino's latest film Cut Throats Nine.
Are you ready for "Skinemax Cinema"? That's the seriously unoriginal name for the subgenre that Marilyn Manson and Evan Rachel Wood hope to create with their new slasher film Splatter Sisters, which was announced earlier at Cannes.
Okay, our minds are officially blown. Blown we tell you. The strangest and probably most interesting report out of Cannes today has come in the form of news that legendary filmmaker George Romero will be remaking the also legendary Dario Argento's Deep Red in 3D. Two words ... holy shit.
After fourteen years of trying, Mark Hamill (Star Wars) is finally set to direct a big screen adaptation of his comic miniseries The Dark Pearl through new production and finance outfit Berkeley Square Films. See? Persistence does pay off!
Music and genre fans have lost another true great. Ronnie James Dio, singer for Heaven and Hell, Black Sabbath, and of course Dio, has passed away at the all too young age of just sixty-seven due to stomach cancer.