Every now and again a short film will catch our eye, and we just can't help but want to spread the word about it. Like giant monsters brawling? Fans of King Kong and Jurassic Park? Then you need to sit back and enjoy StopMo!
Here's the deal ... Renee Zellweger? She's about as exciting to watch as paint drying. Except of course for her stint in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation in which she was cute and sort of watchable. Now she just always has that same look on her face, like she's constantly eating a lemon. What happened, huh? We blame Botox.
Intrepid Pictures made a couple of announcements today via the trades, one centering on a sequel we all knew was going to happen and the other an as yet untitled thriller from first-time feature director David Prior.
Fans of the Food Network know the name of chef Mario Batali very well. There's no question the guy can cook, but horror fans are more interested in how well he can chop!
Since I live a life of (mostly) full disclosure, let me tell you a couple of things about your old Uncle Creepy. I have three irrational fears -- heights, nuns (they friggin' float, man), and bugs. Of those three insects make my skin crawl like you would not believe, which is why I'm both dreading and looking forward to Orphan scribe David Leslie Johnson's latest project.
Ju-On: The Grudge for the Wii takes place in the fantastical movie universe we’ve come to love. There are no nubile young hussies who seem to beg for a beheading here. You are just in the wrong place at the wrong time, and now you and your family are cursed for it.
Actress Justine Wachsberger might just end up being a talent to watch in the industry. The ingénue scored roles in two of the bigger genre releases of this fall. Wachsberger will make her big screen debut in Sorority Row, which hits theaters on September 11th. Then, in November, Wachsberger will once again grace theaters worldwide with her performance in the second installment of the Twilight saga, New Moon.
Look here for your scary shorts fix! The Carnival of Darkness Film Festival, specializing in short horror films and genre friendly music videos, is set to kick off at The Majestic Crest Theater in Westwood, California on August 6th.
And what would Comic-Con be without a fine scoop of horror heads talking all things terrifying? If you'll be attending the show and are a big fan, you may just wanna set aside some of your Friday time.
There's nothing like a nasty little germ that can rot your skin off to ruin your day. That's exactly what happens to the poor schlep you'll find pictured below in Ti West's long anticipated sequel to Eli Roth's debut film, Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever!
Never mind the green band or even the red band! Those of you who are keen-eyed and look around a bit on the official Collector website can catch yourselves a particularly nasty Blood Band trailer!
All sorts of cool things are happening this week at the San Diego Comic-Con, including the return of the film that launched six sequels, the original Saw in 3D!
First we saw a brief mention about The Devilfish Project from actor Max Ryan on Twitter, and then we dug a little deeper to find out more. The film, officially called Max Ryan's Devilfish Project and being written by Fraser Townley and Byron Jackson, is based on a comic series of the same name, and a synopsis follows. Ryan will portray Federal Bounty Hunter Adam Winethrope.
Some new stills and the official green-band trailer for Clive Barker's Book of Blood (review here) came our way today to share with you lovable sickos, and that's exactly what we aim to do!
Last Thursday we caught Adam Mason’s ambitious indie film Blood River (review here). While I don’t fully agree with Butane (who saw it at the Boston Underground Film Festival), it is one of the better horror-y things we’ve seen so far.