Truth is certainly stranger than fiction sometimes. According to a story in the New York Post, Warrington Gillette, who played Jason Voorhees in Friday the 13th Part 2, was injured during an event honoring the new remake.
Simply calling Clive Barker a master of horror almost seems inadequate. A more fitting description might be to describe him as a visionary genius who has had a profound effect on the horror industry by not only setting the bar with visceral and sexual imagery but by also leaving his mark in the literary world for almost 30 years now.
The kind folks over at Lionsgate just dumped a slew of info in our laps with regard to The Haunting in Connecticut. To your right you can see the new official poster, and below are some stills.
Good ol' You Tube! You never know what's likely to pop up over there. Earlier today we got a call from Captain Rhodes himself, aka Joe Pilato, to tell us about a short he recently put up on the site: "Rave from the Cave".
This one isn't really horror, more an urban comedy with a monstrous twist. But when a movie comes along called Frankenhood about a pair of streetball players that recruit a mad scientist to build them a franken-baller in order to win the big 3-on-3 tournament, I feel that deserves some notice.
You’ve read two wildly different opinions of the Friday the 13th remake, and now it’s time for the thoughts of our resident twisted Canadian, Rick Trembles, the only way he can express them: through art!
A rampaging 50-ton killer bulldozer that sprouts tentacles, shoots lightning, and zombify people; and that's in addition to all the other horrible things a rampaging 50-ton killer bulldozer can do. The first trailer for Crawler has hit the web and I guarantee you this bulldozer will not leave you dozing.
Of all the amazing collectibles that come out of the U.S. Toy Fair every year, Sideshow Collectibles is the one company that always seems to have the cream of the crop. This year is no exception; as you can see to your right, they’re finally coming out with a life-size Creature From the Black Lagoon bust later this year!
Remember the Eliza Dushku movie Open Graves? Don’t worry for your short-term memory if you say “no”; the last time we actually had anything to say about it was just under a year ago. So what the hell is going on with it?
You may recall just a few days back we did a story about how the soon to published novel, Pride & Prejudice & Zombies, was already being looked at as a possible film adaptation. Well, either someone out there moved very quickly on ripping the project off, or there’s a few people in Hollywood who think alike...
Do you remember an Artisan DVD release from a few years back called S.I.C.K. (reivew), an acronym that stood for Serial Insane Clown Killer? For those of you that do, is a sequel something you've been longing for? It doesn't matter what you think one way or another because 2 S.I.C.K. is finally becoming a reality.
After many hours of work, toiling away at a hot laptop, finally the arduous and daunting task of re-sizing and editing hundreds of pictures is complete. For now! I exaggerate, but compiling these image galleries really is a pain in the ass sometimes.
The folks behind Platinum Dunes have had a very good weekend. They’ve made a lot of money and shown once again that horror can still not only lead, but dominate the box office. So of course the talk of a sequel has begun already...
Spanish moviegoers are going to get a special treat when they head out to see Slumdog Millionaire this Friday in the form of the first teaser for REC 2. Since most of us won't get to see it, the kind folks over at Aullidos have uploaded it for your eyeballs!
This morning we got a heads up from a video producer up in Toronto, Canada, who recently got the chance to sit down with Pontypool author/screenwriter Tony Burgess to talk about the film. Instead of hording the info for themselves, they’ve put the interview up on YouTube for all to enjoy, so you can check it out below!