One of the most insane directors working on the indie side of the genre nowadays is undoubtedly Chad Ferrin, and on June 5th those of you in and around the Burbank area will have a chance to meet the madman himself along with the stars of his two films Someone's Knocking at the Door and Easter Bunny, Kill! Kill! at a DVD signing to be held at Dark Delicacies.
With the unrated extended cut of The Wolfman (review here) hitting both DVD and Blu-ray next Tuesday, Universal has unleashed a boatload of clips for your enjoyment!
Composer Howard Shore is best known for the scores for The Lord of the Rings film trilogy, for which he won three Academy Awards, but come June 29th he'll no doubt be always and forever linked with The Twilight Saga as that's the day Eclipse - The Score will hit store shelves everywhere.
Monsters, man. Every time we turn around, the pesky buggers just keep attacking the earth. As a planet we tried being friendly and treating them equally. It's just that there's no reasoning with these things. The only good monster is a dead monster. Our preferred way of dealing with said beasties is with a well placed headsho ... Huh? What's that? Oh, yeah. Sorry folks ... just my fever talking again. Anyway ...
Though great whites usually get all the love in movies about killer sharks, director Russell Mulcahy is looking to remind audiences that tiger sharks are pretty nasty mothers, too, in his new flick Bait 3D.
Finally the official red band US trailer for the slice of cinema badassery known as [REC] 2 has made its debut, and we've got every single maniacal second of it for you!
Good news, horror heads. Chris Columbus' 1492 Pictures and Korean shingle CJ Entertainment are moving forward with three horror films this year, two of which are sporting some very familiar genre names.
And the prospective body count continues for Wes Craven's latest entry into the Scream franchise, Scream 4 (or Scre4m for you cooler kids playing along). That's right, kids. Ghostface will soon be doing the killer tango with a hero and a Culkin.
Since we first started this Friday-only feature, we've brought you a smorgasbord of the strange, the funny, and the near indescribable. The next installment of the series serves to teach us something while we wander through the weirdness of the World Wide Web.
It's not often you see an image of a scantily clad female covered in a bodily fluid being menaced by a large purple-ish tentacle and it turns out to not be hentai related. But that's what you'll see in all its bloody glory in this first official image from Roger Corman's next creature feature Sharktopus.
Say what you want about the Syfy Channel, at the very least the network keeps pumping out original material that is specifically designed to get the genre fan's ghost, and today they've announced two new series for us all to (hopefully) dig on!
Ever dreamed of being a zombie in a movie or TV series? How about being a zombie in the small screen adaptation of Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead for director Frank Darabont? Have your attention yet? Yeah, we thought that would do it!
Yes, The Final Destination sent the franchise out on a supremely limp note, but the sucker grossed nearly $200 million. That being said, it is a no-brainer that any flick that makes that kind of bank at the box office is going to get a sequel, and one is coming. Find out who's in the running for the director's seat by reading on.
It's official! Our man Nomad's side project, Idle Hands, and Shocker Toys have announced a limited partnership to create the first Idle Hands action figure exclusive - MUCUS TICK!
You know that expression "If you want something done right, do it yourself"? Well, in the case of Midnight Syndicate's upcoming DVD release of The Dead Matter, we've gotten word from the film’s director, Edward Douglas, that he's doing just that. He's keeping it indie and distributing it himself ... with a little help from Hot Topic stores nationwide.