As you should be well aware, Grindhouse Releasing is touring Sam Raimi's original Evil Dead around the country through the end of the year, and now you can get an official tour t-shirt commemorating the event.
This weekend C2E2 goes down at the Lakeside Center at McCormick Place in Chicago, and if you're planning to attend, you won't want to miss the "Monster Mash-Up Mayhem" panel, on which all the brains behind the Quirk Classics Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, its prequel Dawn of the Dreadfuls, and Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters will all be appearing together for the first time!
More terror on the horizon for a group of college kids who refuse to do their papers on something nice and safe like sea otters or something. Then again, their stupidity is our entertainment once terror comes crashing down so let's all welcome new thriller In the Shadow.
Morgan J. Freeman's (emphasis on the J) psychological horror flick Homecoming is on its way home to DVD next week, and we've got your chance to win it along with some signed posters!
Ernie Hudson, best known of course to horror fans for his recurring role as Winston Zeddemore in the Ghostbuster films, is attached to star in Anthony Hornus' upcoming A State of Hate, which is a sequel to Hornus' 2003 film An Ordinary Killer. Hudson will play Nate Wallace, the father of a young murder victim in a small Michigan town.
You, dear reader, are here for one glorious reason ... You love horror movies! But do you know who else does as well? The good folks over at Monterey Media! So much so in fact that we have partnered with them to deliver to you a horror prize package of some of their biggest titles.
Germany’s premier action and suspense television channel, 13th Street, has a branding system that has really been turning heads, even ripping them clean off. If you are even slightly a fan of the undead, you must see what they've come up with for their stationery and related office products.
A fine haul of home video horror release news coming in today featuring re-tellings, re-releases, and of course re-namings! Break out the credit card, folks! Things could be getting really expensive.
It's been almost exactly one year to the day since we first started reporting on director Gregory Lamberson's Slime City Massacre, and now we finally have a trailer to go with the poster and character sheets released thus far.
The Pang Brothers, Danny and Oxide, have been making some cool ass terror tales for a while now what with The Eye franchise (let's just pretend The Eye 10 doesn't exist, shall we?), etc. And now one half of the duo is delivering a different kind of terror.
If the Clash of the Titans remake did anything at all, it proved that 3D conversions ultimately do not work. Just because you can layer in some added depth to the onscreen image does not a 3D film make. Still, that's not stopping Hollyweird from taking a few chances.
Having just seen Birdemic: Shock and Terror, we can honestly say that it's like nothing you've ever experienced. Words completely failed me by the film's end, and I was sure of only one thing - I had just had the funniest, most awesomely bad experience of my entire life!
There have always been tales of creatures who guard bridges. Usually they turn out to be trolls or something of the like that are looking to collect a toll as payment for the right to cross said structure. However, times have changed, and a new breed of monster is coming.
Finally a little movement on the Paul Scheuring directed remake of Das Experiment (review), called simply The Experiment. Time for some promo art and a still!
We first heard about Jamie Thraves' The Cry of the Owl during last November's AFM, but then things were rather silent. Now comes word that Paramount Home Entertainment will be releasing the film onto DVD this June 8th.