Last House on the Left remake director Dennis Iliadis accomplished the impossible in my eyes. He took one of my favorite genre films, albeit one with some very rough edges, and fashioned a wholly satisfying (and grimy) remake that stands as a worthy companion piece to the original. Wondering what Iliadis is fixing his sights on next? Keep reading!
If The Thing prequel is set to showcase anything at all, it has to be the alien-induced slaughter at the Norwegian camp site. Thus far, though, only Americans have been announced in terms of casting. Is it time that we finally get the names of the aforementioned Crazy Swedes?
Since word first broke of Tom Six's disturbing little film The Human Centipede (First Sequence), the Internet lit up with the kind of curiosity usually reserved for old time carnival freak shows. What's all the fuss about? You'll soon get to see for yourself.
This past weekend saw the premiere of the Roger Corman-produced Dinoshark (review here) on Syfy. Today we get the trailer for another future Syfy flick pitting two previous Roger Corman reptilian behemoths in mortal combat. Feast your eyes upon the stupendous chomp-filled trailer for Jim Wynorski's Dinocroc vs. Supergator.
The work of Edgar Allan Poe lends itself to many mediums, and as anyone who's heard the tintinnabulation that so musically wells from the bells, bells, bells, bells, bells, bells, bells can attest -- music is certainly one of them.
Little ditty about Stephen King and John Mellencamp, two American kids growin' up in the heartland.
In our genre the ever attractive Sigourney Weaver has done it all. Fought aliens. Busted ghosts. Now she's taking on the role of a Queen Vampire in Amy Heckerling's horror comedy Vamps.
It's been a long, tedious road for the remake of the Tom Holland classic Fright Night, but the film finally has its director locked and loaded!
We've been talking about Hudson Entertainment's latest horror title for the Nintendo Wii, Calling, for a couple of weeks (expect a review soon), and now that we've had a chance to spend some time with the title, we can happily confirm ... yeah ... it can be pretty friggin' spooky!
The Syfy Channel is known for an abundance of reality based shows such as the ninety-five different versions of "Ghost Hunters" and the numerous others that have met with a decent amount of success. Today they announced two new ones are on the way!
In their seemingly never-ending quest to fill the big screen with as much eye candy as possible, the folks behind the 3D feature Drive Angry have added yet another sultry cast member to their growing list of to drool over darlings.
Lionsgate has given the Eli Roth produced possession film The Last Exorcism, formerly known as Cotton, a release date, and what better time than summer could there be to turn up the heat?
That Boggy Creek sorta-remake trailer is not the only new swamp monster trailer to arrive today. Now our first look at Brett Piper's Muckman has arrived and brings with it all the rubber monster-suited b-movie euphoria you could hope for and want from a motion picture about a swampy slime monster run amok.
One remake we're particularly stoked for around here is Boggy Creek. Why? Because they just don't make enough good Bigfoot movies, and how could anyone resist a good old fashioned dosage of Sasquatchploitation?!?
Warner Bros. Digital Distribution and Legendary Digital are converting iPhone and iPod touch users' fingers into deadly chain blades, razor-sharp shurikens, and lethal katanas in Ninja Assassin, a brutal, action-packed game unleashed today -- all for just 99 cents!