IDW Publishing is unleashing four new horror-infused comic series this month, and we've got the cover artwork and story details for you on all of them! Kill Shakespeare #1
Some more news coming in for fans who are hungry to see director Darren Bousman's re-envisioning of the Charles Kaufman classic Mother's Day, which has been in post-production for the last few months. There are good things coming. Mama would be so proud!
Now this is the way to end a Friday -- With a slew of stills and news about one of our favorite shows, The Vampire Diaries. If you're not watching by now, you're really missing out, especially considering the turn of events that occurred in last night's episode.
There's badass, and then there's badass Sideshow Collectibles style. Their 16-inch Jason Voorhees "Terror of Crystal Lake" polystone statue is now available for pre-order, and we've got a look at both the Sideshow exclusive and regular versions for you here.
Every year Sideshow Collectibles offers an assortment of exclusive items at the San Diego Comic-Con, and today they provided a sneak peek at their four 2010 SDCC Exclusives. Will there be something from the Star Wars universe? Perhaps a new The Dead piece will rise? We can only hope!
And another new film project out of the UK came to our attention today: best-selling author and screenwriter Andrew Klavan's Bury the Dead, which has been optioned by ShoulderHill Films, a subsidiary of ShoulderHill Entertainment.
Last night's Supernatural episode saw older brother Dean Winchester reach a pivotal place in the journey he's on this season. Will the show's 100th episode find him at the "Point of No Return"? Check out the new webclip and special 100th episode trailer provided to us by The CW and see if you can find any clues.
Writer/director Bill Bennett might not be a genre mainstay, but he’s certainly been in the filmmaking business a long time. He’ll be taking his first stab at the genre with his newest film, Uninhabited, and we’ve got your first look at it.
Surprisingly enough, the first Saw game that debuted last year on home video game consoles was pretty damned good. It wasn't anything groundbreaking, mind you, but it got the job done and kept most gamers playing until its end.
Advertisements for candy aimed at little kids aren't supposed to scar them for life, are they? That's what happened back in the 1980's when Kinder chocolate tried to make Humpty Dumpty their pitchman. Nothing could put the kids' fragile psyches back together again after this commercial hit the airwaves.
Just a day after the game's announcement, Warner Brothers Interactive has delivered what is probably one of the single coolest trailers for a game we've ever seen! F.E.A.R. 3 is officially on its way! Can't wait to see what new and exciting ways Foy will find to set us all on fire!
Oh it's in the air, baby! The sweet smell of fear caused by everyone's favorite dream demon Freddy Krueger. It's hard to believe that we're only a few weeks away from the release of the flick, and the hype machine is rolling along nicely.
Brandon Stumpf may not be a household name to horror fans, but versatility has been the key to Stumpf's success in mainstream and independent films, and once filmmakers see him in his upcoming role as Steve Ryan in Kevin MacDonald's Beg, it's likely we'll start seeing him in other genre projects. This writer recently had the pleasure of interviewing the actor, who is also a full-time art teacher.
While at the 2010 Slamdance Film Festival, this writer had the pleasure of meeting the cast and creative forces behind YellowBrickRoad, an indie genre film that ended up being one of the most buzzed about entries in what has turned into Park City’s true independent film festival.
It's hard to believe that after what was an impossibly long wait, Alan Wake, Remedy's latest video game spooker, will emerge May 18th in North America and May 21st in Europe. Yep. It's really happening. The game has gone gold, and we've got a new trailer to prove it!