Has John Carpenter really been away from the big screen for almost ten years? Okay, maybe Ghosts of Mars wasn't amazing, but I thought it had enough going for it to warrant a look. That said, I don't think Carpenter's done with the scares just yet, and I'm pulling for The Ward to be his triumphant return. Oh yeah, there's some new casting news, too.
In celebration and anticipation of its September 29th release date, Dave Parker's modern slasher flick The Hills Run Red has gotten itself a brand spanking new website that's riddled with clips, new stills, and even a blog for you to keep track of. Huzzah!
How's that for a title? Seriously, it only seems right written out in caps. KNIGHTS OF BADASSDOM! We fuckin' love it! Ever since the better than it had any right to be Wrong Turn 2, we've all been waiting for Joe Lynch to get back into the director's chair. Now he's returning with a vengeance.
"Ease on down ... Ease on down ... the road ..... Huh? Must you interrupt our Seventies themed Wiz inspired fun? You'd better have a good reason! Five clips from The Road? Ok! You have our full attention!
The sequel to Neil Marshal's claustrophobic classic, The Descent Part II, played last week at the Film 4 FrightFest in the UK. We'll have our official review for you soon, but first here's a look at the film's new one-sheet!
It's hard enough for some of us to make plans for next week, much less two and a half months from now, but when it comes to The Twilight Saga, we've learned that it pays to be prepared for all contingencies. Just ask everyone who waited in line all day at Comic-Con to get into Hall H after the Twilighters took it over!
Every once in a while a note comes across our desks about a new horror film that for whatever reason we haven't heard about until just before its release. One such project is Howie Askins' Devil Girl, which is being described as a throwback to 70's grindhouse horror.
What better way to start off a holiday weekend than with an exclusive clip for you guys? The sliver of shiver comes from a little flick called Dark Woods. Get those eyes peeled!
Focus Features' and Dread Central's giveaway of one copy of The Book of 9 every day until the release of 9 on 09/09/09 continues with Day Four!
Earlier this year I reported on Code Red DVD planning to release the never-before-seen 1995 slasher spoof Night of the Dribbler about a psycho in a basketball mask killing off a high school basketball team. At the time a release date was not set in stone. Now I find out that release date is next week, September 8th to be exact.
Just when you thought you'd seen everything comes the trailer for Creep Creepersin's latest film .... Vaginal Holocaust. Strap in, folks, and just try to ignore that nasty burning sensation that can lead to chafing and eventually doomsday!
Every town has that one place where you're just not supposed to go. With The Short Cut Adam Sandler's new production company Scary Madison is set to take you right through it kicking and screaming.
Today, fresh on the heels of Dread Central's Human Centipede review, Screamfest 2009 announced that the flick will be part of its line-up during the upcoming horror film festival. Synopsis
Ok, now this one? It isn't pretty. It's not even close to pretty. Are you ready for what could be the most profanity laden (and longest) Dinner for Fiends yet?
Overture Films released one of the single most in-depth synopses for their remake of the Romero classic The Crazies that we've ever seen. Pull up a chair and give it a read!