The two-year wait for the Devon Sawa-starring, Powerball lottery winner-produced Creature of Darkness ends April 13th when MTI Video finally releases the film on DVD.
The wait is over! Breck Eisner's The Crazies has premiered and will be in theatres over the weekend, so as per usual we have the inside word on if it will be something for you guys to ... well ... go crazy for.
Lightning Entertainment is doing its best to fill out its horror catalogue with the acquisition of John V. Soto's thriller Needle.
If there's one key element that's important to whether or not The Thing prequel will be successful, it is who will be handling the film's special effects.
As if the second official trailer were not enough for you, TV Spot No. 3 for Platinum Dunes' retelling of the Wes Craven classic A Nightmare on Elm Street has just hit this crazy lil thing we call the Net!
The first images have popped up online for the upcoming film from acclaimed director Kim Jee-woon, and while they don't exactly show us anything too exciting, at least we get another glimpse of what Oldboy himself, Choi Min-sik, will be up to in his latest film I Saw the Devil.
Dread Central recently caught up with producer Jude S. Walko, who tipped us off to his upcoming horror feature Donner Pass, which is set to shoot in Los Angeles and its surrounding environs next month.
Stars! The infected! Burning bodies! Armed soldiers in gasmasks! All of these things could only mean one thing -- Breck Eisner's The Crazies premiered last night in LA, and we've got a gallery filled with DOZENS of images from the event that will both delight and disturb you!
With its intertwining themes of plane crash survival, cannibalism, and man-eating sharks, there's a lot for genre fans to like about René Cardona, Jr.'s 1978 mixed bag known as Cyclone.
A while back we told you about a special Repo Men contest that Universal was running in conjunction with Wired.com that put several lucky fans on the run for a chance at a possible ten grand on the line. Today we got a special package in the mail letting us know that the games have begun! The contents of the package, which you can see below, were as follows:
Every anthology series since has tried to mimic the formula established by The Twilight Zone with mixed success. But there's no disputing the awesomeness of Bif Bang Pow!'s line of Twilight Zone bobble heads and action figures, and fans of the series have not just one or two new items to add to their shopping lists but a whopping four bobbles and two pairs of 8-inch figures, all coming between March and August of this year!
Prepare to have your head pummeled with a nice big slab of retribution, Aussie style, as Steven Kastrissios’ grim and brutal The Horseman (review here) will be beating its way to DVD and Blu-ray in the UK on March 1st.
You've seen all the trailers and character profiles by now as we've covered the hell out of this game. There's only one thing left for us to do. Give away a couple of copies!
After the mess caused by the yanking of director Kevin Greutert off of the sequel to 2009's mega-hit Paranormal Activity, we've all been left wondering -- who's gonna be steering the ship? The names being thrown about recently are not only promising, they're also a bit shocking!
What would any dream house be without the constant blathering of a teenager? Peaceful, that's what, but in any event a youngster has joined the cast of Jim Sheridan's upcoming thriller Dream House for Universal.