This week's MPP takes us on a bit of an educational journey, introducing us to Russian-born artist, filmmaker, and illustrator Alexandre Alexeïeff; his wife, Claire Parker; and the pinscreen animation technique they developed along with Alexeïeff's first wife, Alexandra Alexandrovna Grinevskya.
Whether you know him as The Comedian from Watchmen or as Papa Winchester on "Supernatural", there's no denying that Jeffrey Dean Morgan is sporting some serious genre chops, and they're about to get even bigger!
Timing can be a funny thing. Just a couple of nights ago I was sitting in my bedroom at 2:00 am watching old Gamera movies, and today we get a press release that has us grinning from ear-to-ear!
The team who brought us the incredible May, director Lucky McKee and actress Angela Bettis, are hooking up once more to take us deep into the wonderfully sick mind of Jack Ketchum!
Those of you sitting there waiting patiently for Robert Englund to turn on his Web Cam because you can't wait to see what he's gonna do needn't wait much longer! The first trailer and artwork for his next film have just hit online, and we've got a look at the goods for you!
Calling All Fred Heads! Here's Your Chance to Be a Part of Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy!
We are looking for those "uber fans" among you who have taken your love of all things Elm Street to the next level ... and we would like you to send us your video testimonials and/or still photographs telling and showing us why you are the ultimate "Fred Head!"
After over 20 years of terrorizing the teenagers of Elm Street, Freddy Krueger is still as iconic as ever. Based on the original incarnation of the character - portrayed with a perfect mix of horror and comedy by Robert Englund - comes the A Nightmare on Elm Street Freddy Krueger Bobble Head.
Some last minute goods to get you even more geared up for this weekend's release of Universal's The Wolfman -- nine video interviews with the film's stars and legendary make-up artist Rick Baker! Pull up a seat and let's get started!
In a move that no doubt has our own Foywonder writhing with anticipation, word came down on Twitter (a strangely viable source of news) today letting fans know that Roger Corman's long rumored monster movie Sharktopus is that much closer to becoming a reality.
One of the best things about the original Clash of the Titans was the very evil-looking Medusa that Harryhausen crafted to fight our hero. With the remake on the horizon we haven't gotten a good look at the updated design for old snake head, but thanks to Clash of the Titans in Wales, we've gotten our best one yet.
You want badass? This is pretty damned badass! We've scored your first ever look at Tony Todd as Ben in Zebediah de Soto's upcoming 3D animated feature film Night of the Living Dead: Origins, and all we can say is wow. Just wow.
Late last month we learned that Summit Entertainment plans to release the Twilight in Forks: The Saga of the Real Town documentary on March 20th (the same day as the New Moon DVD). However, another company, Topics Entertainment, is attempting to steal a bit of Summit's thunder by debuting its own doc, entitled Forks: Bitten by Twilight, on March 16th. As you can imagine, this isn't sitting well with Summit ... or its legal department.
Director James Morgart dropped us a line today to let us know that his really friggin' weird flick Won Ton Baby is two weeks away from wrapping post-production and will then be actively seeking distro! He was also kind enough (or sick enough, not sure which) to hook us up with more stills, the first one-sheet, and even a new teaser trailer.
The following story is not horror related (Shut up, Terminal!), but I could not resist passing along this movie news to you because you will probably not believe what you are about to see. Either you will howl with laughter, your brain will explode, or you will simply groan in utter disgust. Do not drink anything before going any further unless you're willing to risk doing a spit-take all over your monitor. I damn near did.
Next week Cabin Fever (the movie that made me use a little extra caution every time I shave my legs) and its sequel, Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever, will be coming out on Blu-Ray and DVD, respectively.