As a gamer, the new trailer for Lionsgate's Gamer, starring Gerard Butler and Michael C. Hall, makes me wish such technology would be possible. Can you imagine actually controlling another person to do whatever you want? Of course I'd just keep my dude going to In-N-Out Burger for me, but still!
Say it isn't so -- There are only three more episodes of "True Blood" left. This week's installment, entitled New World in My View, looks to amp things up a notch in anticipation of the season's conclusion on September 13th. And to get you amped up for it, HBO has provided a sneak peek.
Everyone's favorite baby with unusual eating habits is coming home on September 15th, and we've got the word on what you can expect from this little bundle of terror!
We're just a week out of seeing what Rob Zombie can do with his sequel Halloween II on August 28th, and to celebrate the film's release Premiere Props is holding an auction of some of the film's more exciting collectibles!
Given the maze-like nature of the film's centerpiece, this really makes sense! My Bloody Valentine's killer Harry Warden is the next fun-loving psycho to stalk the grounds at this year's Halloween Horror Nights!
While it may seem like Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner garner the lion's share of attention with regard to The Twilight Saga, there are plenty of other parties involved in the project with their own fanbases. For those who can't get enough of Ashley Greene as Alice Cullen, we have a new picture of her at Forks High from New Moon.
Well before he hit the big time as Eomer in LOTR: The Two Towers and LOTR: Return of the King, Karl Urban caught our eye in a little Kiwi flick called The Irrefutable Truth About Demons. And now it looks like he'll be returning to his horror roots in Screen Gems' Priest as he was cast to play the film's big bad known as Black Hat.
Catherine Hardwicke may be moving up from the boyish werewolves of Twilight to the Big Bad Wolf himself if things work out in her negotiations with Warners to direct The Girl with the Red Riding Hood for Leonardo DiCaprio's Appian Way production company.
Movies about killer dogs are nothing new. Movies about killer inbreds are nothing new either. But one and the same? The new low budget chiller Dog takes the chocolate of dogs and the peanut butter of inbreds and puts them together in one gruesomely delicious cup.
Ready to see tires flying, water spewing, and flames shooting out of your computer monitor? Well, the "Rumble" clip from David R. Ellis' upcoming The Final Destination comes about as close to bringing the flick's 3D experience home as it's going to get.
A revealing little clip from Stewart Hendler's Sorority Row surfaced online today, and it shows off one of the film's kills and even a couple of Theta's pies.
As the resident Dread Central zombie aficionado, I'm always on the lookout for the next flesh-tearing fright fest for you guys. Over the last couple of years the Nazi zombie sub-genre has become pretty hot. With director Shaun Robert Smith's The 4th Reich, it looks like it may have just reached its boiling point.
Another sliver of bad news for fans of "Werewolf". We won't be seeing it in stores as planned on October 6th from Shout! Factory. In fact, we won't be seeing it on DVD this year at all.
Director Jeremy Kasten has delivered the horror goods many times in the past, most recently with his take on The Wizard of Gore (review here), but it's his fifth film that has us really interested. It asks a very simple question ... Who are The Dead Ones?
Man, you don't hear anything for a scarily long time, and then BOOM! Wolfman-a-mania! Not that we're complaining of course; in fact we couldn't be happier! To go along with yesterday's Wolfman stills and today's Wolfman trailer, we've gotten another batch of stills for you to howl over!