It was just this past July that Japanese FX maestro Tomoo Haraguchi (Sakuya Yokaiden, Kibikichi) was preparing to bring us some old school giant monster action with Death Kappa. Almost no news since. Not even a trailer. No word on a Japanese release date. Nothing.
Just a few days ago the LA Times reported that director Wes Craven was aboard for the first entry into the trilogy of the born again slasher franchise, Scream 4. Turns out they were a bit premature in their findings.
We're just a couple of glorious days away from the debut of Breck Eisner's redux of the George A. Romero classic The Crazies, and yet another clip has come to pass! This time showing off why we'd all be a lot safer if we stayed far away from sharp pointy things!
If you want to purchase The Collector, you'll have to wait until April 6th. If you want to rent The Collector from Netflix, Redbox, Movie Gallery, or any other video chain or local mom and pop rental store, you'll also have to wait until April 6th. Or you can go to Blockbuster right now and rent it.
When you think of final girls of the 80s, veteran actress Meg Foster may not immediately come to mind. But Foster, who was in both John Carpenter’s They Live and The Stepfather 2, is anything but your typical final girl.
Now that the latest Richard Kelly mind-bender The Box (Blu-ray/DVD review here) has hit home, we got our hands on an exclusive clip from the film's supplemental material for you! Get ready to listen to the great Richard Matheson wax on about the story in his own words!
You have to give AFI credit for catering to their fans, who are known to be quite rabid in their dissection of the band's songs and videos -- from hidden messages to overall themes. The premiere of "Beautiful Thieves" was no different, and to help answer some of those questions, AFI has released a behind-the-scenes look at the video.
First time writer/director Joshua Hull definitely did one thing right in prepping his new horror comedy Beverly Lane: He hired Michael Bukowski to do the artwork for the film's eventual DVD release.
The March 17th release date for Issue #1 of American Vampire from writers Scott Snyder and Stephen King and artist Rafael Albuquerque is quickly approaching, and to help whet fans' appetites, Vertigo Comics has released its variant cover from Jim Lee. Best of all, it's just the first we'll be seeing as the next four issues will also have variant covers by some of the top names in the industry.
On a rainy Sunday night in Santa Monica, Wes Craven came to the Aero Theater to present two of his more provocative pieces from the midpoint of his career: The People Under The Stairs and The Serpent and The Rainbow.
You know what, man? We're just gonna say it - Screw going into the woods! Too much bad shit happens there. At least cities (while still populated with their own fair share of loonies) have buildings you can duck into and people you could alert to your dangerous plight!
Considering he made made his directorial debut with House of 1000 Corpses, it only seems fitting that Rob Zombie work on a television show that deals with a boatload of cadavers. For those of you who don't know by now, Zombie has directed an episode of "CSI: Miami" that's set to air in just a few days, and recently the singer/filmmaker spoke a bit about it.
I remember when I was a kid back in the early Eighties, MTV was the badass rock and roll cable channel that played nothing but music videos. It was innovative, dangerous to some, and ready to change the face of television. Nowadays I'm not even sure what time to tune in to see a music video as it's now saturated with reality programming and such, but I do know when to tune in to see a horror flick!
March 19-21, Orvieto Italy - You think America is the only horror-loving country on the planet? Think again, Sparky. North of Rome in the city of Orvieto, Italians are gearing up for what promises to be one hell of a time. The annual Fantasy Horror Award celebration is a pretty big deal, and they're pulling out guests and celebs galore to prove it.
The latest issue of Rue Morgue brings the potentially intriguing news that Vampire Hunter D creator Hideyuki Kikuchi is planning to bring back the post-nuclear earth horseback-riding, sword-swinging, vampire-hunting dhampir in the form of both a new anime series and a live-action motion picture.