2009. It was pretty much as crappy a year for horror movies as it was for the economy. There were, however, some really high points to help balance out all the drivel that was put out there in theatres as well as on home video, and they are to be celebrated, even though technically a couple of them are not even from this year.
It seems like almost every great horror film has an eerie story around production: The Exorcist, The Omen and Three Men and a Baby have all spawned their own creepy lore and, thanks to a recent blog post, it looks like Adam Green's Frozen might be joining those ranks...
Here’s another helping of immorality and mayhem courtesy of Emilio Miraglia, the man responsible for one of my favorite gialli, The Red Queen Kills Seven Times (which, ironically, was glimpsed in last week’s Saturday Nightmare, New Year’s Evil, under the US title - Blood Feast).
When I got word from my man Avery that The Asylum had officially announced their mockbuster of Alex Aja’s Piranha 3D, I was not the least bit surprised other than I fully expected them to just add an "s" on the end and call it Piranhas. Instead the Asylum madmen have decided to up the ante by making it a Megapiranha.
A new year means lots of new horror projects to look forward to, and today we get a first glimpse at what might be in store for us should we elect to check into Psych: 9, an upcoming horror thriller from the UK starring Cary Elwes, Sara Foster, Michael Biehn, and Gabriel Mann.
Are you a fan of the really unique undead spin put on the Jane Austen literary masterpiece via Pride and Prejudice and Zombies? If so, then get ready for some really good news to kick off the new year!
Chicago, Illinois - Inside it's another busy day. Through the hallways, interns dash back and forth with coffee and papers and the latest demands from their higher ups. It seems for all the world like a modern office, far removed from things that happened almost a hundred years ago. But in the hush of a darkened room, the past will not be forgotten. Tragedies continue to leave their marks in the form of phantom footsteps and whispering voices. Even in a city the size of Chicago, things happen that cannot, nor should ever, be forgotten.
What a decade. Talk about an insane ten years. In it we've seen sequels top originals, remakes up the ante, and a precious few bits of original content do what all quality cinema does -- become instant classics. Join us now for a look back at the decade that was 2000-2009!
With 2009 winding up its final hours, we'd like to take a moment to say GOOD RIDDANCE! This year has taken from us some of our beloved stars, beloved idols, beloved friends, and beloved income and has generally sucked for the most part. To it we fondly give the finger and shout with as primal a scream as possible -- WELCOME 2010!
Need to gear up for the January 8th release of Lionsgate's latest vampire flick, Daybreakers? We've got the gear to suit you up!
Back in September NECA acquired the majority of the assets of WizKids, Inc., from The Topps Company, Inc., including the award-winning Clix family of games. What does that mean for horror fans? Two potentially awesome new games: Gremlins: Gizmo's Great Escape and Freddy vs. Jason: Forest of Fear. Read on for more details on each.
The Blackout recently caught a lot of crap for having posters that resembled those from Feast. Yes, it showed the profile of a monster looking down, etc. Well, the folks behind the film aren't going to have to worry about those comparisons again as their six new character one-sheets are truly unique, albeit a bit boring.
As the year 2009 winds down, we can't think of a better way to send it on its not so merry way than via a blast from the past like the cult classic I Drink Your Blood, which has the distinction of being the first film ever to be rated X by the MPAA based on violence alone.
While we wait patiently for February 12th, 2010 to arrive, Universal has unveiled its official website for the R-rated horror remake.
After digging on the totally awesome trailer for Jennifer Lynch's Hisss, I've been following the production fairly closely. Today we got some new pics for you to dig on. If you're not yet sold on what's promising to be one "out there" flick, come on in and check 'em out!