The After Dark Horrorfest 4 is just a couple of weeks away. January 29, 2010, to be exact, and we've got another trailer to get you guys all geared up!
Rock music and horror go hand-in-hand, like comedy and horror. Sometimes a flick comes along that can give us all three! Get ready to dig on two new clips from Rob Stefaniuk's new vampire comedy Suck!
Ok. Color us speechless. It's no surprise that a sequel to the smash phenom Paranormal Activity is on its way. The movie made millions and dethroned the Saw franchise as October's biggest moneymaker.
His name is Bruce Campbell, and this time he's fighting Frankenstein. We may never see Campbell in a Bubba Ho-Tep sequel or another installment in the Evil Dead/Army of Darkness franchise, but it looks as if we are definitely getting a follow-up to Campbell's self-parodying My Name is Bruce.
So last week via the power of bootlegging fans got their first look at the trailer for Aja's upcoming Piranha 3D. It was dark, blurry, and small. Things have gotten a bit better.
Now here's the kind of news story we don't get all the time. In just a couple of weeks Universal's redux of The Wolfman will be hitting the big screen in what we're sure will be grand fashion, but are you wondering who will be delivering the creature's howls?
Director Brian Pulido didn't have to look much farther than practically his own backyard when he was seeking inspiration for his next horror project. He found that the state of Arizona provided the right landscape to create a chilling supernatural journey with his telling of The Graves.
Having essentially defined a subgenre of horror (long-haired, scary Japanese female ghosts) all by his lonesome, Ring director Hideo Nakata is fixing to get back into the game with what sounds like an amped up version of Saw. Read on for more.
Peter Stormare is one of the best character actors out there today, and I'll watch anything he's in (hell, he even made Armageddon slightly tolerable). So it's with excitement that we alert you to his newest film, Corridor.
Director Rodrigo Cortes buried Ryan Reynolds alive with his latest film, Buried, which is set to make its debut at Sundance, and to prove it we've got the new festival one-sheet for you!
Ready for a behind-the-scenes look at Legion? We're ready to get behind any movie that features a possessed old lady crawling around on the ceiling Exorcist III style!
Another film starring the recently departed Brittany Murphy, along with Mike Vogel and Danny Pino, makes it home video bow this week along with big studio releases Pandorum, Whiteout, and Gamer.
The release of Adam Green's Frozen is approaching rapidly, and a new clip with a very familiar face has surfaced for your viewing pleasure!
On the red carpet at last night's Golden Globe Awards, Courteney Cox and David Arquette fielded yet another question about Wes Craven's involvement in the upcoming Scream 4, and while one of them was pretty confident about the director returning for the sequel, the other wasn't quite so sure.
Tony, the UK import about a London serial killer, has a brand new quad poster for you fiends to dig on, and of course we have it here. Tony is the debut feature from Gerard Johnson and is being called one of the most important and disturbing British films of recent years.