It's been a few months since last we told you about Death Ray Film's upcoming film I, Frankenstein directed by Patrick Tatopoulos which features classic monster characters, including Frankenstein's Monster, the Invisible Man, Dracula and the Hunchback of Notre Dame, running rampant in a contemporary film noir setting.
Screen Gems has finally set a date for the Michael Cunningham (The Hours) written film Beautiful Girl. Just don't expect to be turned on by her anytime soon.
You know it's a weird week for DVD releases when the cream of the crop includes a couple of Blu-ray reissues, Fifties throwback horror/sci-fi hybrid Alien Trespass (read Creepy's review here), and Bigfoot-inspired The Wild Man of the Navidad, which garnered one of the higher ratings Foy's doled out in quite some time (review here).
We’ve just finished uploading all of our Mezco images to the massive San Diego Comic-Con gallery (OVER 800 PICS IN THERE!!), so we thought it would be a good time to catch up with Damien Glonek and find out what horrors they’ll be dishing out in the near future.
The DVD and the Blu-ray specs are finally in for Chris Nahon's Blood: The Last Vampire (review here) and we've got the lowdown on what you can expect when the film drops on October 20th.
Adding a knock-out blow to the one-two punch of Saw and Shaun of the Dead, Universal revealed today that they're bringing in the funk by adding a heaping helping of The Rocky Horror Picture Show to their Halloween Horror Night mix!
Fans excited to dig on what Adam Sandler's new horror production company Scary Madison can do within the genre rejoice! We've got all the info on the DVD for you and then some!
Two clips from one of the best films of the summer, if not the best film of the summer, have hot online for you to dig on. So which side will you be on? The separatists or the sympathisers? Come this Friday the battle lines will be officially drawn!
There's nothing like having a choice in this day and age, and the kind folks behind the upcoming Melissa George film Triangle are giving fans several to choose from! What are you waiting for? Make your voice heard!
Has it really been over nine years since Wes Craven’s Scream trilogy limped to its conclusion in a cavalcade of convoluted plot twists and poorly staged murder sequences – the result of a villain so forgettable I was sure he hadn’t been in the film prior to his unmasking?
Just a day after dropping some death on us with two TV spots for The Final Destination, Warner Bros. has provided three more kickass spots for this 3D extravaganza!
It should come as no surprise to anyone that Twilight dominated last night's Teen Choice Awards, winning 11 out of the 12 surfboards it was nominated for. But one other name near and dear to horror fans (especially those of the male persuasion) was also announced during the ceremony in the category of Female Hottie.
Momentum Pictures has released the first stills from the upcoming redux of Oscar Wilde's The Portrait of Dorian Gray, now shortened to simply Dorian Gray, and we have them for you spooky and aging.
On August 28th we're gonna have a showdown of epic proportions as Rob Zombie's Halloween II goes head-up again David R. Ellis' The Final Destination for your horror movie buck! Who will win? Horror fans will, that's who, but that hasn't stopped the folks behind H2 from taking aim and firing the first shot!
Nothing beats a good old fashioned swamp monster movie. That's exactly what b-movie maestro Brett Piper (Bite Me!, Drainiac, A Nymphoid Barbarian in Dinosaur Hell) has in mind with his newest, a throwback to Swamp Thing and Man-Thing entitled Muckman. Not much to go on plot-wise at the moment, but given Piper's mission statement is keeping b-movie cliches alive and well, one can gather it will be a throwback to the classic swamp monster movies of old with a slimy creature wreaking havoc and terrorizing attractive women.