As announced last week Dread Central is hosting the special Paranormal Activity (DVD and Blu-ray review here) screening that's happening for one lucky fan in Massachusetts this evening and throughout the day we'll be posting pics from the event!
Shout! Factory continues to be the DVD company after the b-genre movie fans heart. As if a special edition DVD of Kingdom of the Spiders coming in January wasn't enough, Shout! now has a quartet of Roger Corman produced aquatic creature features and old school Gamera flicks in the pipeline. How's that for a reason to shout?
On Halloween, 2010 Jonathan Moody will be premiering his new web series "Scream Queen Campfire" for all you psychos out there who are looking to dig on some macabre tales of terror featuring chicks so hot you may just let them try and kill ya!
Universal Studios Home Entertainment has shared some details and artwork for its upcoming DVD and Blu-ray releases of Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant and we have them for you all bland and uninspired. Much like the film itself.
Now mind you this is just rumor for now, but if proven true, it will probably be one of the longest theatrical to DVD transitions ever.
The Bible is rife with tales of terror, making it truly a good book. While that last statement may be offensive to some, there's no denying that there's lots of spooky strewn about within its pages.
Over the holidays we heard from director Albert Pyun, who informed us that instead of his next release being Tales of an Ancient Empire, his long gestating follow-up to The Sword and the Sorcerer, it will be the gory and disturbing Bulletface written by Randall Fontana.
Jordan Galland's horror comedy Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Undead has been picked up for distro by Indican Pictures and is set for a limited theatrical run on April 16th, 2010. To celebrate this news, we've got some stills and the trailer for you!
With Paranormal Activity (DVD and Blu-ray review here) coming out on DVD/Blu-ray/digital download/Limited Collector’s Edition (online only) December 29th from Paramount Home Entertainment, yet another contest has been cooked up for you fans out there. One that's designed to pinpoint and help you through a haunting.
Readers, it's Bateman, Patrick Bateman. You are fans so I think you should know -- I've killed a lot of people. Some girls in the apartment uptown. Some homeless people - maybe five or ten. Um, an NYU girl I met in Central Park. I left her in a parking lot behind some donut shop. I killed Bethany, my old girlfriend, with a nail gun, and some man, uh ... some old man with a dog last week.
It's been a frighteningly long road to get Universal's big budget remake of The Wolfman to the big screen. Scary enough to make some fans write the movie off before it even opens. Finally producer Scott Stuber has stepped up to shed a bit of light on what's been going on.
Wondering what the box for Nelson McCormick's redux of The Stepfather is gonna look like when it comes home on February 9th? Really? We weren't. In any event we scored a look for you.
A couple of months ago we featured some artwork for a little creature feature called The Blackout. The one-sheet had fans in a bit of a stir due to the fact that it looked -- a lot -- like the poster for Feast. As a means to rectify the situation, some new imagery has been fashioned showing off the film's beastie!
There's no question. We all love, appreciate, and revel in the incredibly dark body of work presented to the masses by one of the most macabre and important writers of our times, Edgar Allan Poe. But -- have you ever wondered just what would have happened if his bloodline continued?
One flick that's been poking around for the better part of two years is the new Bai Ling film, The Gauntlet, which was directed by Matt Eskandari. Though there is still no official word on when, or hell, IF, we're ever going to see this flick, dozens of new stills have shown up online to get us all worked up. How we hate being teased.