Although lately it's seemed like most of their horror offerings are of the theatrical or On Demand variety, IFC hasn't forgotten that it's also a television network with a lot of genre viewers, as evidenced by their airing of the eight-part "Gothic comic murder mystery" "Kids in the Hall: Death Comes to Town" this summer.
Director Bob Willems' recently retitled Renfield the Undead is in its first full week of post-production, and its star/screenwriter Phil Nichols has dropped a new batch of stills on us showcasing some of the make-up effects work by Facades FX.
It's pretty small and low-res, but we know that for Stephen King fans any news is good news, so we're happy to provide you with an early look at the cover art for his upcoming collection of four novellas entitled Full Dark, No Stars.
What a difference a few months make. Despite the fact that Muse drummer Dominic Howard told fans in March that "for this film it’s not going to happen", the band is indeed going to appear on the soundtrack for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.
A new mash-up novel in the tradition of Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, only this time turning The Beatles into zombies, entitled Paul is Undead: The British Zombie Invasion, is hitting store shelves on June 22nd; and it's already being considered for a feature film.
Few series have had such a successful first season as The Vampire Diaries has enjoyed. And those of us who have been watching week to week are looking forward to the finale, entitled "Founder's Day", with a great deal of anticipation. Knowing this, The CW has provided a preview of the episode that promises "the fireworks are just the beginning!"
Even though heartbreak surely awaits, we're anxiously looking forward to next week's finale of the beyond stellar Season Five of Supernatural entitled "Swan Song", and to help get everyone ready, The CW has provided a webclip along with the episode's trailer.
The mystery continues as the official website for the Steven Spielberg produced next film for JJ Abrams, Super 8, has just come online. The good news? You can sign up for e-mail alerts. The bad? Other than that it's filled with a whole lot of nothing!
Finally the trailer has come for the latest cannibal flick out of Mexico, We Are What We Are. Pull up a chair, tuck in your bib, and get set to ingest your meat super rare!
"Some say a comet will fall from the sky. Followed by meteor showers and tidal waves. Followed by faultlines that cannot sit still. Followed by millions of dumbfounded dipshits. Some say the end is near. Some say we'll see Armageddon soon." Yep. Gotta agree with Maynard. The end just may be near! But in the new clip from Rubber, a whole new kind of antagonist is getting set to take us all down.
One film we've been hearing about for quite a while now is Texas-based filmmaker Stacy Davidson's Sweatshop, and in advance of its two market screenings at Cannes 2010's Le Marché du Film, the producers have released an online international trailer and some striking foreign sales art that accentuates the film's darker aspects.
We don't know about you guys, but after watching Chloe Moretz dole out the violence in Kick-Ass, we have become a lot more comfortable with the idea of her playing the lead vampire in Matt Reeves' remake of Let the Right One In, which takes its new title Let Me In directly from the source material by author John Ajvide Lindqvist.
New updated synopses have found their way online for two flicks we are really looking forward to around these parts -- David Twohy's The Chronicles of Riddick: Dead Man Stalking and Tom Elkins' The Haunting in Georgia. Ready for a peek at what to expect?
Best known for his wicked short film "Sinistra", filmmaker Talal Selhami has a new film called Mirages that will be making its rounds at this year's Cannes, and to grab your attention for the flick, which is said to be like a cross "between Cube, 'LOST', and The Shinning", he's released some really cool sales art!
Mike Nichols' Hansel and Gretel themed horror tale Bread Crumbs, starring Marianne Hagan (Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers) and Kristina Klebe (Rob Zombie's Halloween), will be making its Cannes premiere on May 17th, but we've got a look at the promotional trailer right now for you! Why? Because you're all oh so damned sexy!