Got a question for the Halloween Horror Nights Creative Director John Murdy? Keep reading to find out how YOU can ask a question and learn all there is to know about this year's horror event spectacular!
The upcoming suspense thriller The Roommate was originally planned to debut on October 1, 2010. The good news is that you'll be able to catch the Christian Christiansen-directed flick a few weeks earlier, on September 17, 2010. Read on for more info...
I've long had a theory that either someone at Syfy or enterprising producers that make movies for Syfy keep tabs on the various cable cryptozoology programs like "MonsterQuest" looking for ideas for future Syfy creature features. The news that Mongolian Death Worms will be premiering on Syfy next year pretty much confirms my suspicions.
Three Fingers. Three Movies. Three Winners. In anticipation of the October 20th release of Wrong Turn 3: Left for Dead we are giving away three Wrong Turn Blu-ray prize packs for the next three weeks ... STARTING NOW!
Director Jeremy Kasten has some really interesting things going on with his latest project The Dead Ones. Though everyone surrounding the project is still being rather tight-lipped, some of the mystery will be unraveling right here each week.
It's been over a year since we got an update on Patrick Horvath's Die-ner (get it?), but today actor Daniel Schweiger, who plays a sheriff in the indie zombie flick, dropped us a line with some news.
While Halloween 3D is currently sitting on the backburner, production is imminent under the guise of Patrick Lussier. He’s got some other projects to tackle before cleansing Haddonfield of its unfortunately while trash palette, but that hasn’t stopped Lussier from lining up his ranks, beginning with a familiar face for the FX work.
Season 4 of Showtime's serial killer charged smash hit "Dexter" is only two episodes in, but it's already packing some serious punch! The Trinity Killer? There's nothing creepier than a naked John Lithgow, I tell ya! Get ready for a couple of looks at next week's installment entitled "Blinded by the Light"!
A new trailer for Rob Hall's "Fear Clinic" just sneaked its way onto IMDB, and thankfully for you we're friggin' eagle-eyed around here! Get ready to dig on this truly badass trailer as well as they one that originally appeared at the SDCC '09!
In preparation for Severin's much anticipated October 13th DVD & Blu-ray release of Richard Stanley's 1990 sci-fi/horror epic Hardware, they have produced an exclusive new promo featuring Lemmy of Motörhead. Lemmy recreates his cameo role from the flick as a cabdriver recalling nostalgic memories from the past as he drives through a now dystopian wasteland.
Brad Anderson is one of those directors who burst on the horror scene with a super spooky early entry (2001's Session 9) but just hasn't quite lived up to his potential. That could possibly change now that he's been signed to direct the film version of graphic novel The Living and the Dead for Solipsist Films.
In advance of its 2010 domestic release -- and just in time for Halloween -- comes a sneak preview of The Beacon starring Teri Polo (best actress winner at the 2009 Paranoia Film Festival), David Rees Snell, Elaine Hendrix, recent Emmy Award winner (and newly elected SAG President) Ken Howard, and genre legend Michael Ironside. The movie will screen over six nights in six theaters in six different Texas cities.
This is the week Supernatural fans have been either looking forward to or dreading, depending on their feelings about Paris Hilton. Me? I can't wait to see what vile and nasty things showrunner Eric Kripke has in store for her!
Talk about a match made in heaven ... or possibly hell ... Roger Corman, Joe Dante, and Corey Feldman are teaming up for a little project called Splatter, which will be Netflix's first ever live streaming web series.
This past weekend the independent spirit of horror filmmaking descended on Los Angeles in the form of the Shriekfest Horror and Sci-Fi Film Festival. Now in its ninth year, the festival offered up plenty of scares with both the full-length features that played as well as a collection of fantastic short films.