Who knows what horrors can be wrought by The Millennium Bug? We're not talking about that sissy Y2K stuff, folks! Although we do fondly remember when people were all but hiding under their tables because computer programmers lacked the foresight to teach their mega-machines to actually count! Ah, good times! Where were we? Oh yes -- the new indie creature feature The Millennium Bug!
Know what we can never have too many of? Ghost stories, that's what. Just like zombie flicks, these other dead things that go bump in the night are much beloved by horror hounds everywhere, and with good reason. When done right, they can be downright terrifying! There's a new one on the way that will hopefully make the cut ... Next Door.
Every good film needs a good villain, and if there's one thing that actor Andrew Howard is damned good at, it's being completely and unabashedly wicked. Guess that makes him the logical choice to play the heavy in the upcoming flick The Dark Fields.
Okay. We're really starting to wonder just when we're going to see a trailer for Wai dor lei ah yut ho (Dream Home) that offers a bit more incentive for slasher fans to tune in. So far we've gotten pretty much nothing, but we're still hoping. Check out the latest trailer, and tell us what you think!
As fans of Supernatural are well aware, last week Sam and Dean went to Heaven, and this week it looks like they're out of the frying pan and back into the fire. Thanks to The CW here's a sneak peek at Season 5, Episode 17, "99 Problems".
It's been a good two years since last we told you about the upcoming creature feature Rites of Spring, but now finally there's a bit of movement going on!
We've always thought it was clever how both The Vampire Diaries and its sister (or maybe that should be brother) show on The CW, Supernatural, borrow their episode titles from well-known songs and movies, and this week is no exception although some purists in the crowd might be a little put off by TVD's Ep. 17: "Let the Right One In". Trust us, though; Williamson & crew haven't let us down yet, and we doubt they will here either.
In early March we told you guys about a new contest from Visceral Games in which one lucky winner will get to create content for the actual finished Dead Space 2 product; and as of this morning, April 5th, fans of the game can now vote for their favorite kill from the top ten finalists.
Aliens. Ninjas. Violence. Who could ask for anything more? Well, maybe a quick anal probe, but that really depends on how frisky we're feeling. Get ready to feast your eyes on some good old fashioned chopsockey lunacy!
In anticipation of tomorrow's DVD and Blu-ray release of The Collector, we've gotten our hands on an exclusive and disturbing scene from the flick that will teach you to think outside of the box!
For a guy who supposedly retired back in 2002, Stephen King sure does have a full plate! Not only has he revealed the four story titles and plot synopses for his upcoming collection of novellas entitled Full Dark, No Stars, but he's also got a brand new novella that practically nobody's even heard of yet coming out April 20th!
How many Eighties horror fans remember the very first(!) direct-to-video feature, Truth or Dare? It was violent, psychotic fun that spawned two not so great sequels. Now, however, the makers of the original are back and looking to set the record razor straight with the next installment in the franchise -- and we have got the first word for you!
We told you a few weeks ago about Dark Horse Comics' plan to release several different tie-ins to Nimrod Antal's upcoming film, the Robert Rodriguez produced Predators, and now we've got the first bit of artwork for you to dig on!
For some the Easter holiday was a time of work, not hunting for chocolate eggs and bunnies, and one such individual is director Albert Pyun, who dropped us a line over the weekend with an update on his Tales of an Ancient Empire along with a batch of new stills.
And the cast of The Fields, which was once Texas Killing Fields and is not to be confused with The Dark Fields, expands by one. Man, that's a lot of fields though, huh?