Sean Bean’s a cool mofo, isn’t he? Even while wandering around in the world’s most useless subplot (right Silent Hill?), I find myself struggling to suppress the hetero man-crush that’s been in bloom since the first time I saw GoldenEye.
The time has come. The bell has tolled. Death's not about to be cheated again. Well, of course he/she/it is! If not, we wouldn't have a movie! The trailer for David R. Ellis' The Final Destination is now live, and we've got a peek at it for ya!
Sometimes it seems horror filmmakers sit around and rack their brains trying to think of new locations, events, or occupations to base slasher movies around. For example, a new indie slasher is in the works titled Burlesque Massacre. Don't recall any slasher type horror flicks built entirely around burlesque dancing, do you?
We're very sad to report the news this morning that David Carradine has passed away in Bangkok, Thailand.
Ah, Mary-Kate. It doesn't seem so long ago that you were drooling on ABC. Now that you've grown you're making others do the drooling. Amazing how life works, eh? Now it's time for this young starlet to get a little "Beastly"!
I love the Internet. Remember back in the days of the dinosaur when our only outlet to find out scoops and read about our most anticipated horror flicks was a few scattered magazines? They were great, but the wait for information could seem kind of endless. Now, just hours after we brought you the trailer for REC 2, three clips from the film have surfaced online!
As any horror fan worth their salt knows, back in 1974, a little film was released (or unleashed) upon the public with the off-putting yet intriguing title, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.
Time for a little shameless promotion! A while back Knetter and I wrote a collection of dark, disturbing, and dumb musings and then threw it all together in one book lovingly entitled -- Let's Just Agree to be Gay. There's something contained within these pages to offend, arouse, and confuse just about everyone.
Hitting bookstores across the country on June 2nd, is the first book in a horrifying trilogy co-authored by horror-meister Guillermo del Toro and thriller/mystery award-winner Chuck Hogan. The Strain is but an introduction to some of the most horrific vampires to be seen or read about in QUITE some time (apologies to those folks who enjoy the romantic vampire novels – not my thing).
No, it’s not Microsoft’s follow-up to Windows Vista – it’s the 2009 Crypticon being held at the Seattle Center June 5th through June 7th!
Following Drag Me to Hell's modest box office take, the folks at The Examiner have posted up an interesting editorial - "7 Reasons Why the Horror Genre is Dying".
Bummed you couldn't make it to this year's E3 event? Cheer up! What with all the Tweeting and Live Blogging taking place by those who could, it's almost just like being there.
It looks like Sony, distributor of the new alien invasion flick District 9, took a page out of HBO's "True Blood" marketing book and came up with a truly clever ad campaign for the film. Along with placing posters inside comic books stores, they're decorating bus benches and shelters as well as billboards.
We know that your day just isn't complete without a reference to the Twilight saga so we're pleased to bring you some behind-the-scenes footage from the upcoming New Moon.
Park Chan-wook’s Thirst was a killer at the Cannes Film Festival so it’s no surprise that its North American distributor, Focus Features, is gearing up to get the bloodsucker opus into theaters while the buzz is still baking.