Believe it or not, we’re only a few days away from the UK theatrical release of Jaume Balaguero and Paco Plaza’s phenomenal [REC] 2! To get you in the mood, E1 Entertainment has created the rather humorous "Get [REC]’d Zombie Tool" so you can transform yourself into one of the legion of the possessed!
The first bit of casting news for Brad (Session 9, The Machinist, Transsiberian, and the forthcoming Vanishing on 7th Street) Anderson's latest film, titled simply Jack, has come in; and we've got it for you hot, fresh, and with no memory of what it is. Damned amnesia!
While we love giving away copies of films on the site, we also realize that sometimes memorabilia means just as much (if not more) to genre fans. With that in mind, to celebrate the upcoming release of Philip Ridley’s excellent horror-fantasy hybrid Heartless (review here), we have three pieces of DVD artwork signed by stars Jim Sturgess and Noel Clarke up for grabs!
The very first international trailer has popped up online for the upcoming film from acclaimed director Kim Jee-woon, and things are looking pretty damned sweet. Ready for another glimpse of what Oldboy himself, Choi Min-sik, will be up to in his latest film I Saw the Devil?
Trick or treating has long been a Halloween tradition, and the beauty of the yearly holiday in general is that it can be hilarious, spooky, and fun all at the same time. And that's exactly what Paramount in banking on for its new upcoming look at All Saints Day, Fun Size.
One of the big questions on fans' minds is whether or not we'll be seeing stars Katie Featherston and/or Micah Sloat reprising their roles somehow when Paranormal Activity 2 hits theatres this October.
Fans of snake women (and really, who isn't one?) can now rejoice! Two new bits of artwork for Jennifer Lynch's Hisss have slithered online for our viewing pleasure. Cool posters too ... none of that floating head bullshit.
Just a few short weeks remain before the June 13th return of HBO's "True Blood", and today we have promo poster #10 to share with our readers.
Two things you may not think would go together actually fit quite nicely once combined! Are you ready to see what could possibly happen if everyone's favorite old school video game character navigated his way through the torture porn sub-genre?
If you were a fan of the WWE during the “Attitude Era,” there was one man that clearly embodied this new direction in sports entertainment: “Stone Cold” Steve Austin. Austin, who worked steadily in the wrestling industry from 1991 up through last year, wasn’t satisfied after almost two decades in the business with just electrifying wrestling audiences. He was ready to take his shot in Hollywood.
It looks like NBC is jumping into the genre game with its summer replacement mini-series "Persons Unknown", which debuts on Monday, June 7th.
Another writer that has been hot on Hollywood's script list is Mark L. Smith. Smith, who thus far has penned Vacancy and The Hole 3D, has several forks in the fire including the long talked about remake of Pascal Laugier's stunning film Martyrs.
Ready for the first official trailer for Lionsgate's upcoming stab at demonic possession, the Eli Roth produced The Last Exorcism, formerly known as Cotton? Well then, pop a eucharist, get on your knees, and gaze upon its terrors!
Screen Gems and Third Street Pictures announced today that Robert Hall, President of Almost Human Inc., has taken the reins for creating the infected in Quarantine 2, the follow-up to the 2008 hit Quarantine. This marks Hall’s return to the Quarantine franchise as he created the special makeup effects in the first film as well (you can check out his work on the special features of the Quarantine DVD and Blu-ray in the "Dressing the Infected" featurette).
It's been an insane year for horror already, and now that the summer convention season is approaching, news and event reports will continue heating up! Amid all the chaos, we did manage to take in an offering or two from the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival. This year's lineup was fairly light on the creepy offerings, but we caught three films getting a fair amount of buzz. Here's the skinny…