Remember when the trailers for AVP:R came out around Christmas time a couple of years ago and we all got the fuzzy feeling inside? Little did we know that feeling would turn out to be indigestion caused by severe eye strain. A new story-based trailer has emerged for Sega's upcoming Aliens vs. Predator video game, and that feeling is back and looking more than justified. Get ready for a truly "Holy Shit!" moment!
November of 2008 was the last time that we got to update you on Jonathan Liebesman's Battle: Los Angeles, but hey, sometimes these things take a while! Some new and pretty nifty behind-the-scenes images leaked online from the film and we've got your directions on where to see the whole bunch!
No, we're not talking about the one starring Sid Haig from a while back, or even the new re-envisioning from Zeb DeSoto announced a few weeks ago. We're talking the original ... in color ... and in 3D. Um, yay I guess?
Break out the hand lotion! Two erotic horror comedies are busting out on DVD on January 19th, 2010, from Infinity Entertainment Group that should have more than their fair share of sex, blood, and really bad dialogue. Who cares what they're saying though, right?
Ok, show of hands ... yes, you guys at your computers ... if you were a fan of the original Demonic Toys, raise your hands. No, really, don't worry about your co-workers; you have seen them do worse. You freaks. How much we doth love thee! Get ready to see a couple of clips from the film's long awaited sequel, Demonic Toys 2: Personal Demons.
It's been a while since last we heard anything about Necrosis. February to be exact. BrinkDVD announced today that the flick will be hitting home video on April 20th, 2010. Smoke 'em then slay 'em if you got 'em, people!
There's not a day that goes by that we're not grateful that the MPAA has removed the stick that was lodged firmly up its ass in the Eighties and parts of the Nineties regarding horror movies. Those of you too young to remember missed some seriously dark days. Throat slashings with no blood. Chainsaw massacres without violence. It really sucked. In any event, let's put all that behind us in the interest of playing nice, shall we?
It’s not often that you get an opportunity to talk extensively with both Bud Bundy and the Candyman all in one day. But that was just one of the treats from this writer’s visit to the set of Dark Christmas, which appropriately lensed last week in Sacramento.
Frankenstein Mist. You don't see that very often on the evening weather report. Usually it's snow or sunshine. Me? I wanna live in the world where a good old fashioned Frankenstein Mist can turn the world on its ear. Studio 407's comic Night and Fog is just such a world, and it has just been optioned for the big screen!
Readying itself for a DVD release on December 29th, Lightning Entertainment has set loose another clip for Diagnosis: Death. Directed by Jason Stutter, this new horror comedy stars Raybon Kan, Jessica Grace Smith, Suze Tye, and The Flight of the Conchords' Bret McKenzie, Rhys Darby, and Jemaine Clement.
As part of Slamdance 2010, 64 short films were chosen from around the world and of all genres to debut in Park City during the fest. Today we heard from the director of one of them, Pierre Ayotte, who pointed us in the direction of the trailer for his submission, "Massacrator".
Leading up to next Tuesday's release of Paranormal Activity (DVD and Blu-ray review here), Paramount held an interesting contest -- one lucky fan was going to get to host a special screening of the film in his or her home along with director Oren Peli.
When it first began its run on ABC, we covered Lost fairly regularly, but over the years as the show's viewership has dropped, so has our coverage. But now that the final season is set to premiere on Tuesday, February 2, 2010, interest is again on the rise; and when a G4 video on the Lost ARG (Alternate Reality Game) art show landed in our mailbox, we figured we'd share it with our readers.
Leaving no stone unturned in its quest to find the next big budget graphic novel adaptation, Hollywood has finally gotten around to the forgotten, which was created by Evan Young and Jareth Grealish back in 2002.
Now that Peter Jackson has put his Lovely Bones on display, the question beckons -- What's next for the visionary director? A return to true horror perhaps? Not just yet. It appears that Jackson is a bit more interested in hungry cities for the time being.