So, can the one slasher movie that, well, no one was excited for save the end of summer horror season? Could it get much worse? We give you our take on Stewart Hendler's Sorority Row.
Review Blow Out - Night of the Demons, Case 39, Triangle, Hills Run Red, It's Alive, Coffin Rock, The Descent Part II, & More!
In case you missed our stellar coverage of the 2009 Film4 Frightfest, you may have also not seen our reviews of some of the best and most anticipated new horror films coming out later in the year. We just can't let that happen.
Recently we sat down for an interview with Victor Salva regarding his entry in the upcoming anthology book Dark Delicacies III: Haunted, but we couldn't let him go without getting you guys the official word on what's happening with the long awaited Jeepers Creepers 3: Cathedral.
LA's biggest and scariest film festival, Screamfest LA 2009, is bringing down the curtain on their show with an other-worldly visit from outer space. No we're not talking a conglomeration of the weirdo costume people in front of Graumman's, we're talking the new Milla Jovovich flick from Universal, The Fourth Kind. Synopsis
Another new red band trailer for the indie slasher Sway just hit MySpace TV along with some info on when and where you can dig on the flick itself.
Most people are familiar with Terrance Zdunich the singer and actor due to his heart palpitation-inducing performance as Graverobber in Repo! The Genetic Opera. On September 15th, the world will finally get the chance to know Terrance the artist a little bit better. That’s when “Guilty Susie,” the first chapter in his new comic series The Molting, will be released.
Okay, Manson fans (killer, not musician), we've scored not one, not even two, but seven clips of Charlie inspired mayhem for you from the newest little "family" flick on the block ... Leslie, My Name is Evil.
As we near Pandorum's September 25th release date, the goodies are coming hot, heavy, and - in this flick's case - gooey and disturbing! Bring it on, baby!
After tackling Clive Barker's work with The Midnight Meat Train, director Ryuhei Kitamura is now moving on to another literary genius ... Stephen King as Our Thing Productions is readying a live action adaptation of the Nightmares and Dreamscapes zombie tale "Home Delivery".
In an act of complete sanity in a truly insane film landscape, Paramount, the studio that landed Oren Peli's Paranormal Activity (review here), has lost interest in its plans to set loose a remake of the little film that could - scare the hell out of you
Between its September 15th DVD release date and FEARnet running the unaired episodes, there are plenty of ways to dig on what you didn't see while "Fear Itself" was on TV. For those of you without cable who are curious for a taste, we've got an exclusive clip and stills for you from an episode called "Chance".
Out of one hundred plus entries, the ten finalists have been decided in the Halloween Horror Nights ‘Scary Good Film Competition’ contest. If you’re down for checking out all ten shorts, break out the candy corn and apple cider, settle in, and read on for the skinny!
Iconic horror villain Freddy Krueger had himself quite a few "final girls" over the last 25 years. One of our personal favorites had always been Alice (played by Lisa Wilcox in Parts 4 and 5). In fact, Alice is the one of the very few to survive the deadly grasp of Elm Street's most nefarious inhabitant. So, where's Alice been since she took on Freddy?
Looks like we'll be diggin' on The Road about a month later than we all expected as Dimension announced today that the film's release date has been bumped to November 25th instead of its original release date of October 16th.
As we near the release of Mike Dougherty's Trick 'r Treat right around the corner, a new trailer has surfaced today that shows all kinds of spooky love!