Mexican horror has been coming on strong over the last few years, and of course we here in the States are just biding our time before remaking every single one of their best offerings into a homogenized snoozefest with a marketable hot young cast.
A Nightmare on Elm Steet 2010 - Video Interviews: Jackie Earle Haley, Samuel Bayer, Thomas Dekker, Rooney Mara, Kyle Gallner
More video interviews for Platinum Dunes' remake of the Wes Craven classic A Nightmare on Elm Street have come our way, this time with Jackie Earle Haley, Samuel Bayer, Thomas Dekker, Rooney Mara, and Kyle Gallner all adding their two cents about what's likely to be the biggest remake of the year.
With health care being a raging topic nowadays, I think we should all take a moment to be thankful that we're not living way back when plagues, leech treatments, torture devices, and doctors who believed more in magic than they did medicine were commonplace. Though leeches are still kind of fun. They make really sweet squishy noises, too.
In their never-ending quest to bring us some really badass horror movies, IFC announced today that they have acquired the rights to the pre-Paranormal Activity ghost spooker The Possession of David O'Reilly.
Isaac Clarke. The man has just been through the proverbial ringer and then some. Of course he's worse for wear, not thinking clearly, and emotionally scarred for life. What better time could there be to bring him back for a sequel than when he's completely unhinged?
Despite numerous behind-the-scenes rumblings that it quite possibly wouldn't happen, today Warner Bros. released the trailer for its upcoming Jonah Hex. It's still not clear how "supernatural" this Western will actually be, but we'll find out when the film opens wide on June 18, 2010.
That's right, ghouls! Get yourselves ready because starting tomorrow the latest entry in George A. Romero's legendary zombie series will be making its debut in the comfort of your own home before hitting the big screen, and to celebrate we've got three exclusive stills for you!
With regard to The Collector (review here), the horror fanbase is pretty much split straight down the middle. Some dug it for the stylistic carnage fest that it was while others flat-out hated the flick. Well, we've got some good news for those of you out there on the positive side.
Just when you think you've seen it all, along comes the trailer for Piranha Man vs. Wolf Man: Howl of the Piranha. Let me repeat that title. Piranha Man vs. Wolf Man: Howl of the Piranha. Do I even need to write anything more? Do I? It's a movie about a piranha gillman fighting a werewolf. What more do you people want?
Ok, so we've seen the poster and the stills for the next chiller coming out of Japan, Hiroshi Takahashi's latest spook-fest Kyôfu. Now how about some good old fashioned trailer action? Mind you, there are no subtitles, but hey, the language of fear is universal!
Well, folks ... I made up my mind some time ago that Mr. James Coker won our weird retrospective contest. His unbridled enthusiasm – as evidenced by good usage of caps lock and exclamation points – charmed me in a way too profound to deny him an in-depth look back at Night of the Demon, an ugly and gruesome Bigfoot flick from 1980.
You know, we tried and tried to resist writing this "news" story because it's really not news. It's just more lip service. But, after the seventh(!) tip about Murray talking Ghostbusters 3, we have finally caved in.
And the 3D craze keeps cooking along steadily with the announcement that yet another film riddled with things that pop out to say boo is coming, this one involving a writer, a freezer, and some really nasty personal demons.
Indie director Kevin MacDonald (Beg, The Witching Hour) has joined the Alexius Omnimedia/Penobscot Films production of scribe Brian Pickard’s horror comedy Slayers! Melinda Chilton is attached to star in the film.
While Freddy may be owning the spotlight for now, another one of Wes Craven's villains will be returning to rule the roost around this time next year! Unless you've been living under a rock, you know that Ghostface will be back in the upcoming sequel Scream 4 (or SCRE4M for you cool kids playing along) with maestro Wes Craven once again at the helm. The director spilled some beans today, and we even have a look at the new teaser poster!