Entertainment Tonight Canada (or ET, eh?) has just posted a behind-the-scenes set visit video for the English-language feature debut of Japanese director Iwai Shunji's new horror film Vampire. Ready for a look at what horrors are happening in the Great White North?
Bristol, Indiana - Rehearsal isn't going well. Actors are missing their cues, songs are not quite up to tempo, and someone keeps moving the props around. From backstage a blood-curdling scream is heard in the women's dressing room. When the actress, half-dressed and terrified, storms out the door, the director stops her and tries to explain. The man in the dressing room isn't a pervert; he just doesn't like musicals very much. And that she saw him means he likes her. Oh...And he's been dead for years.
Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island hits DVD, Blu-ray, and VOD next Tuesday, June 8th, and in honor of the occasion Paramount Home Entertainment has released two new Blu-ray bonus clips along with a Psychological Assessment Test.
One film we've been following the progress of for a while now is the "zero budget" indie film Patrol Men, and today we've got a look at its new trailer and posters that were used at Cannes along with two new stills and an update from David Campion (co-director with Ben Simpson).
Simple, plain, effective, and reminiscent of a Mel Brooks movie? Yep, we'd say that's a pretty accurate description of the latest teaser one-sheet for the Ryan Reynolds flick Buried.
We previously told you about Fangoria's FrightFest, a partnership with Lightning Media to distribute independent horror films via DVD, Video on Demand, and Digital Download; and now we've got some additional details and a trailer for one of the films, Jaume Balaguero's Fragile.
The MTV Movie Awards are happening this Sunday, June 6th, and as fans of the Twilight Saga are well aware, Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner will all be on hand to present a never-before-scene clip from Eclipse. To help build the suspense even more, MTV has released a 10-second preview of the clip that you can see right here.
Ok, how many folks out there indulged a little too much on hamburgers this past Memorial Day? Come on! Raise those chubby little arms and try not to get winded in the process! There ya go! Have we got something special to kick off the weekend for you!
Pop up your popcorn and pull up a chair because in three weeks Syfy is going to present the epic clash between oversized amphibious titans when they world premiere Jim Wynorski’s Dinocroc vs. Supergator.
Every house needs some kids to move in, have fun, and then invite friends over to. If only so that they can all be slaughtered one after the other for our horror loving enjoyment! Never let it be said that we don't have a soft spot for children!
Words cannot describe how fully elated we are that Hammer has risen from the grave -- if only for their adaptation of Susan Hill's The Woman in Black! That is far from the only thing that they have cookin' however as another project can be safely added to the pile.
With a big opening weekend ahead of him, Vincenzo Natali took a few moments at a recent Q&A in LA to let fans in on just what the visionary director would like to tackle in the future.
Stephen King fans waiting to get their second glimpse at his next project for Syfy, "Haven", need not wait a second longer as the network with the now silly name has unleashed the second teaser trailer.
With an October release date rock solid, AMC is releasing all sorts of goodies for Frank Darabont's small screen adaptation of the Robert Kirkman zombie epic The Walking Dead. To go along with yesterday's zombie images, we now get an inside look at one shambler's various stages of decay. Hell, yes!
We've been talking about George A. Romero's new photo zombie maker The APP of the DEAD for a few weeks now, and finally it is available on iTunes for purchase! To celebrate its release, I decided to screw around with it for a bit, and you know what? I'm pretty impressed! Check it out!