See ... an indie film production! See ... hillbillies! See ... bare breasted chicks! See ... cheaply made gore effects that will both make you laugh and make you squirm. See the new trailer .... for Trilogy of Blood!
There's a wide range of excellent films hitting home video this week from the exceptionally fun time to be had in Zombieland to the super creepy (and authentic feeling) The House of the Devil to two werewolf-themed entries: The Wolf Man (Special Edition, Universal Legacy Series) and the complete She-Wolf of London series.
It seems like lately the more retro something is, the cooler it is. Maybe that's because things are really rough nowadays and hearkening back to what we perceive to be a simpler time brings us a few much needed smiles. Or maybe it's that at the very least movie posters were so much cooler back in the day before the era of floating heads.
To celebrate the change of the calendar to February, CBS Films has provided us two new photos from Beastly along with a video message from one of its stars, Vanessa Hudgens.
The Minerva Pictures Group has sent over a new still and the first official trailer for In the Mouth of Ubaldo Terzani, the upcoming feature film from Italian director Gabriele Albanesi (The Last House in the Woods [review here]).
Warbonnet Creek, Nebraska - You are out in the woods, near a famous trickling creek that once ran red with proud blood. From behind you, all around you, voices whisper and talk in a strange language. Footsteps rush through the underbrush. You search but come to the sudden realization that you are alone, and the owners of the voices and running feet are not there, but echoes of history replaying.
It's been a long time since last we talked about John Gray's religion-gone-awry themed slasher Job, but there are finally some goodies to report so we figured we'd share!
Is it just my imagination or have we been reporting on the Devon Sawa monster movie Creature of Darkness for two years now? Sure feels like it has taken its sweet time. At long last, the monster movie funded by a Powerball lottery winner (true story!) will finally begin stalking DVD shelves this April.
It’s an often heard story when you work in the film industry that it can take just one moment to change your life completely. Such is the case for writer/director/producer Anthony DiBlasi.
Ready for another two-fisted horror tale? Then your wait is over! Doug Slack's Hard-Boiled Horror Tales is Dread Central's online horror anthology serial that combines monsters with old school gangster pulps. The feature will be running right here two days a week with new installments every Monday and Friday! Let the madness begin!
As the Sundance film fest wound down for another year, one last film managed to be acquired: Michael Winterbottom's adaptation of The Killer Inside Me starring Casey Affleck and Jessica Alba.
If you've been thinking that the old staple movie-of-the-week is dying a slow death nowadays, think again because Syfy is keeping the tradition alive via its Saturday night made-for-TV movies. And things are about to get even more interesting as the network preps five titles that give a contemporary twist on classic fairy tales.
Some good news for our friends across the pond crept out over the weekend: the BBC Three's "Being Human" is being renewed for its third season. And not only that, but the three housemates are relocating to Wales!
The Legacy has all the makings of a typical 70s pedigree horror film: marquee stars (Katharine Ross and Sam Elliott), a competent director (Return of the Jedi’s Richard Marquand), and lavish production values. At first glance, it’s the kind of movie that looks like it might easily play on a double bill with The Omen, The Other or even The Sentinel.
Here's the smallest window between a theatrical exhibition and a home video release that I've ever heard of. Heartless, starring Jim Sturgess, will be hitting UK theaters on May 21, followed by a immediate boot to video on May 24. Read on for the skinny.