A fine haul of home video horror release news coming in today featuring re-tellings, re-releases, and of course re-namings! Break out the credit card, folks! Things could be getting really expensive.
It's been almost exactly one year to the day since we first started reporting on director Gregory Lamberson's Slime City Massacre, and now we finally have a trailer to go with the poster and character sheets released thus far.
The Pang Brothers, Danny and Oxide, have been making some cool ass terror tales for a while now what with The Eye franchise (let's just pretend The Eye 10 doesn't exist, shall we?), etc. And now one half of the duo is delivering a different kind of terror.
If the Clash of the Titans remake did anything at all, it proved that 3D conversions ultimately do not work. Just because you can layer in some added depth to the onscreen image does not a 3D film make. Still, that's not stopping Hollyweird from taking a few chances.
Having just seen Birdemic: Shock and Terror, we can honestly say that it's like nothing you've ever experienced. Words completely failed me by the film's end, and I was sure of only one thing - I had just had the funniest, most awesomely bad experience of my entire life!
There have always been tales of creatures who guard bridges. Usually they turn out to be trolls or something of the like that are looking to collect a toll as payment for the right to cross said structure. However, times have changed, and a new breed of monster is coming.
Finally a little movement on the Paul Scheuring directed remake of Das Experiment (review), called simply The Experiment. Time for some promo art and a still!
We first heard about Jamie Thraves' The Cry of the Owl during last November's AFM, but then things were rather silent. Now comes word that Paramount Home Entertainment will be releasing the film onto DVD this June 8th.
As we mentioned several days ago, Lionsgate will be releasing Wolf Moon (formerly known as Dark Moon Rising) on DVD this June 22nd, and we've got a look at its box art as well as some info on the disc's extras.
If you haven't played either Gears of War or Gears of War 2, do yourself a favor. Shut down your PC. If you don't already have an Xbox 360, go and buy one, and then purchase these two titles stat. You'll want to be all caught up story-wise when Gears of War 3 comes home with a vengeance next year. Oh yes, there will be blood. And entrails. And severed limbs. And did we mention blood, entrails, and limbs? Yeah, all that times ten.
Now that director Kevin Smith has secured funding for his next film, his long talked about first foray into horror, Red State, we're finally getting the details on what to expect from the flick, which begins shooting this August.
Though we all watched in amusement and horror as Jamie Kennedy's cinephile character was killed off in Scream 2, we were also kind of bummed out. His character was arguably one of the best that the franchise has known, and Scream 3 definitely suffered without him. So the question beckons ... will he be back for Scream 4?
As mentioned in our coverage of the 2010 Streamy Awards, the first two episodes of “Ghostfacers” – the new original shortform series/brand extension of The CW's Supernatural – is set to premiere Thursday, April 15, on CWTV.com; and now we have a few more details to share.
In Platinum Dunes' take on the Wes Craven's horror classic A Nightmare on Elm Street, every second could be your last. As this latest clip reveals, even a micro-nap can spell THE END for anyone who dares to let their eyelids slip closed for even a moment.
Drew Daywalt has made a living working within the horror genre scaring the hell out of people. As you'll soon see in his upcoming Camera Obscura project, the guy really knows his way around the subject of ghosts and hauntings. Recently Drew had the tables turned on him when he spent a couple of evenings aboard a legendary haunted ship, California's Queen Mary -- in the vessel's most haunted room of course.