Rarely does the title of a film alone make us want to see it, but it does happen. For instance, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, Nail Gun Massacre, Blood Sucking Freaks, and of course The Toolbox Murders. Yep, a good name can immediately make a horror fan's eyes open wide. Such is the case with Big Tits Zombie in 3D.
Add another name to the rapidly growing list of people who have signed on to experience the chaos of Frank Darabont's small screen envisioning of the Robert Kirkman graphic novel The Walking Dead.
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Things have been deathly quiet out of the Jonah Hex camp so far this year -- our last update was in early January to be exact. And if Brent Hinds, the guitarist and singer of Mastodon, which has been recording and rerecording the film's soundtrack since last fall, is correct, things might be staying that way for a while.
Director Josh Vargas (Sway) dropped us another line today updating us on the casting for his remake of the S.F. Brownrigg film Don't Look in the Basement. There's good stuff coming, folks.
Great news for fans eagerly waiting for news on when they will be able to see the feature length version of Machete. Fox just announced when you'll be able to get down locked and loaded with everyone's favorite blade-wielding Mexican badass!
Finally a new still has surfaced from CBS Films' Beastly in which the beast (Alex Pettyfer) gets his claws on his beauty (Vanessa Hudgens). And they're at the zoo no less!
With Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, director John McNaughton proved that he is a force to be reckoned with in the horror genre. Now the director is eying a couple of projects, one of which we have a little promo art for!
Get closer, dear reader. Closer still. We've gotten our hands on a postage stamp size image of some confirmed to be unofficial artwork Steven R. Monroe's remake of I Spit on Your Grave (a.k.a. Day of the Woman for you purists out there). We hope the powers that be go with this concept as even in this teeny tiny form it's a great homage to the original.
One flick we're really looking forward to is Jennifer Lynch's Hisss, and if you're wondering why, you obviously haven't seen any of the press materials that have been sneaking out online for the past several months. That's okay, though ... we've gotten our hands on a couple of videos that will surely bring you up-to-speed!
Hey, Dreadites, it's Volume 4 of SCARE-RIFF-EYEING: Musical Abominations Horror Fans Should Be Killing For and Dying Over! Go into that cluttered Fred Flintstone-esque closet of yours, pull out those monster feet swim fins, and get 'em on. It's almost summer, and we're hitting the beach...
After what seems like forever it's finally going to happen! William (The House on Haunted Hill, The Fair-Haired Child) Malone's long awaited flick Parasomnia is set to hit DVD and Blu-ray in a few months, and we now have the list of included special features!
With an adaptation of the horror comic sensation Preacher still stewing, another property from the same writer is getting ready to be shopped around. One of our favorites, too -- the amazingly violent Crossed from Avatar Press.
While lately it seems that just about every other film in pre-production is based on a graphic novel, now comes word of a partnership between Hammer Films and Dark Horse Comics that will give us the reverse: a series of original graphic novels and comic books, the first of which is based on an upcoming Hammer film.
Imagine if you will a Bollywood version of Jaws filled with musical numbers, violent action sequences, and shark attacks featuring what looks like a toy shark bought from a dollar store attacking toy boats that also look like something out of a toy box. Imagine no more - Aatank exists!