CONTEST CLOSED! Win Tickets to See The Last Exorcism at The LA Film Festival

In LA and looking to attend the Los Angeles Film Festival on June 24th to check out Lionsgate's new shocker The Last Exorcism? Well, here's your chance to do so on us!

Director Doug Liman Circling All You Need is Kill

It's been a while since last we spoke about Warner Bros.' big screen adaptation of the Japanese novel by Hiroshi Sakurazaka, All You Need is Kill, but with time comes interest from interesting directors.

Battlestar Galactica's Michael Hogan Suits Up For Red Riding Hood

Some more casting news coming in for Catherine Hardwicke's Red Riding Hood (formerly The Girl with the Red Riding Hood) that fans of "Battlestar Galactica" will likely eat up with their bigger than usual teeth.

Blue Underground Unleashing Maniac on Blu-ray

"I WARNED YOU NOT TO GO OUT TONIGHT!" Those of us thirty-somethings out there who are horror fans still have those words ringing in our ears from the numerous TV and radio spots for the now classic slasher flick Maniac. And now Blue Underground is gearing up to bring those chills to high definition!

Indie Film Burning Inside Now Available as a Mobile App

We recently reported on film distributor Channel Midnight's first DVD release, the violent and visually striking horror film Burning Inside, and now comes the news that it's being made available as an app in the iTunes Store.

True Blood Leads the Pack in Ratings for Cable

In what's surely no surprise to anyone who is a fan of the series, the Season 3 premiere of Alan Ball's "True Blood" towered over its cable competition last Sunday night with 5.1 million viewers, a 38 percent increase over the show's Season 2 debut.

Dig on Two Minutes of The Pack

Ready for some footage from Franck Richard's French creature feature The Pack? Don't get too excited; there's not a lot of action found in this latest slice of goodness, but it is worth a look!

Remastered Sixties Classic Two on a Guillotine Heading to DVD

Before he became famous as the "Fatman" in TV's "Jake and the Fatman", William Conrad was a fairly prolific director, and one of his best films (to this woman anyway) was 1965's Two on a Guillotine, which is bowing on DVD for the first time on June 22nd.

E3 2010: Mortal Kombat in 3D on PS3!

The Playstation 3 has been picking up steam in the console wars, mainly because it's offering some really unique options to its user base. Such is the case here as Sony announced today that fans will get to play the latest Mortal Kombat game on their system in a whole new dimension!

Exclusive Image: Dark Sky's Bitter Feast

Dark Sky Films' next genre entry, Bitter Feast, the first movie in its new production-distribution arrangement with Larry Fessenden’s Glass Eye Pix, will have its world premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival on June 18th; and to celebrate, we've got an exclusive image for ya! Get ready to kick it up a notch!

The Walking Dead: The Zombie Horde Attacks! New Images!

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 DVD Now Available

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.

Finally We Know When We Can See The Thing!

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.

Fan of The Blair Witch Project? Own a Piece of Burkittsville!

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.

White Collar Sideshow – The Horrors of Obsession

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.