It's not a huge list of home video releases this week, but some pretty huge films are on it, including The Twilight Saga: New Moon, which is getting a midnight release this Saturday morning, March 20th. But we know that's not what you're here for -- more than likely you'll be picking up flicks like The Fourth Kind, Park Chan-wook's Vengeance Trilogy, and/or (our pick of the week) Ninja Assassin.
Can't get enough of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies? Well, the prequel rolls out this month, and to celebrate, we've got the teaser trailer for the book that's just brimming with campy zombie action!
Our friends across the pond will soon be seeing the release of Harpoon: The Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre known here in the States just as The Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre, at least for now, and we've got an exclusive look at the teaser trailer for its release for ya!
Washington, D.C. - In a town famed for leaders and shapers of destiny, it is little wonder that things linger. It seems that every house has historic significance, every building is a monument. From high windows people feel that they are being watched from even the most innocuous of buildings.
Somewhere along the way we've lost track of how many movies there are in The Howling franchise. Six maybe? Yes. Six. True, most of them were of questionable quality and none ever came close to being as good as the original, but they do hold a special place in the hearts of some fans. Still, we're pretty excited to have the franchise coming back, and the first plot details of the upcoming The Howling Reborn have come to light.
One film that's totally on our radar that should be on yours as well is director Jack Perez's latest film, the John Landis produced horror comedy Some Guy Who Kills People. The first stills from the flick appeared online today and as always we have a peek at the goodies for ya!
One film that debuted this weekend at the South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin, Texas that's garnering a healthy dose of positive buzz is Chad Feehan's Shining inspired film Wake. So what did you miss if you didn't make it to Austin? We've got a taste for you right now in the fashion of the film's trailer.
In a continuation of its support of horror filmmakers and on the heels of the absolute success that was last month’s Bloody Valentine event, Screamfest LA’s throwing a FREE 'Night of Mayhem' mixer Thursday, March 18 in Hollywood, CA, at Kung Pao Kitty (6445 Hollywood Blvd. at Wilcox) starting at 7:00 pm until close.
For horror fans everyone who ever contributed to our genre is important, even if it was for only a couple of films. Legendary actor Peter Graves cut his teeth in the biz battling all manner of creatures during the Fifties and Sixties, and we're sad to say he's no longer with us.
One monster mash that has the horror fanbase pretty divided is the 2008 destruction-a-thon Cloverfield. Ever since the movie stomped through cinemas, there's been talk of a sequel. Finally director Matt Reeves has offered an update on the sequel's status.
The first official footage from Nimrod Antal's Predators debuted online today over at the official newly launched Predators website, and the fun's just starting!
Slow Saturday? How about spending a little time with the Dead? That's right, kids! We've got three new clips for you from the latest Romero zombie epic, Survival of the Dead. Be warned, though ... these are a couple of really great moments so watch at your own risk of spoiling it for yourself!
NECA Toys is known for making its collectibles as realistic and detailed as possible. So with a new line of Freddy figures coming soon to celebrate Samuel Bayer's A Nightmare on Elm Street remake for Platinum Dunes, the question beckons ... what little parts will they be coming with that could be harmful to small children if chewed or swallowed?
Panned by critics and moviegoers alike upon its direct-to-video release back in 2000, Bruiser never really found its audience and, ten years later, seems to have been entirely forgotten. And while I realize that I’m in the minority here, I’ve always considered this one to be a bit of an overlooked little gem. George A.
The Tribeca Film Festival has announced the first half of its 2010 slate, and while only one film is pure horror, two more are categorized as noir, and there's also a "gripping psychological drama" thrown in for good measure.