We're just under a week away from the release of Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island (review here) and the promo goods have been coming fast and furious!
Nomad has picked up some more goods for you to dig on, this time coming out of The Wolfman's camp! What better way is there to celebrate the resurgence of everyone's favorite furry night creature?
And the Toy Fair goodies keep rolling in, this time taking us to Texas for a little plastic inspired barbecue with one of our dearest cannibalistic inbred cousins -- the one and only Leatherface from The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and for the first time ever Leatherface from Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III!
Toy Fair is in full swing, and we'll be bringing you all the horror in plastic goods from the show floor for the next few days. And who better to kick things off with other than Michael Myers, or should we say Rob Zombie's vision of Michael Myers?
Alice In Chains' video for their current single "Your Decision" has plenty of genre elements to it and has generated some controversy what with its debauchery-filled similarities to Eyes Wide Shut and Hostel: Part II. Things are left open-ended, however, and now comes a "Your Decision" comic that picks up where the video leaves off with fans helping to determine how the story ends.
A new video featuring stars Sam Worthington, Ralph Fiennes, Liam Neeson, and Alexa Davalos along with director Louis Leterrier and producer Basil Iwanyk has surfaced to help get you even more excited about the April 2nd premiere of Clash of the Titans in 3D.
Tim Sullivan's crazed sequel 2001 Maniacs - Field of Screams is ready to introduce a little Southern hospitality to the UK, and we've got the skinny for all you fans across the pond!
In her review of Joe Hill's upcoming supernatural thriller Horns, due out on February 16th, Elaine calls it "a fast-paced, fascinating murder mystery/love story with a dash of the devil himself to spice things up." And, best of all, she snagged five giveaway copies of the author's sophomore novel from the publisher!
Here's a heads-up for all you lucky New York and New Jersey residents! If you've been meaning to check out Frank Henenlotter's long awaited return to cult cinema, Bad Biology, you're in luck. And Dread Central is here to keep you in the loop!
Meet Nemesis. He's systematically been destroying the lives of every police chief in Asia, and he's now set his sights on Washington, DC. Between you and me, the police don't have a chance.
Taylor Lautner's face has been all over the news lately what with him being linked to as many new projects as Sam Worthington AND finally becoming legal (his 18th birthday was Feb. 11th). And now, thanks to the Tonner Doll Company, that familiar baby face will forever be memorialized in doll form as Jacob Black joins fellow Twilight characters Bella, Edward, James, Laurent, and Victoria.
With record snowfall to keep him locked inside with his toys and a new The Wolfman opening in theatres today, of course Nomad turned to his blog to celebrate werewolves by taking a look back at some of the best werewolf figures of the past several years. Nomad's Idle Hands Blog jogs the memory banks with mentions of these furry friends in their non furry format:
Interestingly enough Dread Central has just learned that Domic Sena's upcoming Nicolas Cage vehicle Season of the Witch has been pulled from the Lionsgate release slate and is now listed as "Coming Soon" instead of the firm March 19th it once had. Could be something. Could be nothing. When we know, you'll know.
With the surprisingly okay despite its problems Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever (review here) hitting DVD next Tuesday, it's only right to offer our readers a little bit of the red stuff to get you geared up!
As far as we're concerned, you can never have too many zombies movies. Except of course for the really low-budget ones where the dead consist of nothing more than people in pale make-up who've been splashed with stage blood. Yeah, you can keep those, thanks.