The award winning indie horror flick Rule of Three (review) is getting some well deserved recognition worldwide and has been picked up to be broadcast overseas on Hart D. Fisher's "American Horrors" program.
In case Nomad's mostly positive Underworld 3: Rise of the Lycans hasn't whet your appetite enough for the vampire vs. werewolf prequel, below are two clips that ought to do the trick.
Don't let the extremely dull and cliché poster fool you! The upcoming monster vs. Vikings epic Outlander looks like it will be lots of fun. Look below to see if it'll be playing at a theatre near you!
“There are no shortcuts.” This has been writer/director Paul Solet’s mantra for the last three and a half years as he’s put almost his entire life into his debut film Grace, which celebrated its premiere during the Sundance Film Festival on January 16th, 2009.
The Chronicles of Riddick can't really be considered horror on any level, but we do love our friends at G4 so we’re going to help ‘em out, damnit, and if it means compromising our ethics, so be it!
Finally some horror news is coming out of this year’s Sundance, namely the word that Dead Snow has been picked up for distribution by IFC Films.
There's something about combining "CBS" with "slasher" that doesn't seem quite right, but hell, they're also the network that had a show about swingers, so maybe they have finally shed their image as our grandparents' channel.
Just a quick heads up for your asses: Warner Bros. Interactive has re-launched the official F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin site. From the press release, ”Users will find the latest developer news on F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin, as well as briefs from the community at large. Players can also investigate Alma’s sordid past in a section called 'Alma’s Reality,' and read character dossiers on the F.E.A.R. 2 team page. In addition, fans will discover an inside look at the mysterious Armacham Technology Corporation and the company’s top-secret projects.”
I can’t think of anything that’s been floating around in my head for 25 years, outside of various explicit fantasies that I’m sure you don’t want to read about here, so it’s pretty impressive to me when someone, even someone like Stephen King, is able to take something he’s had in his brain pan for so long and actually get it on paper
Last week we had a slew of new trailers to show off to you, one of which was for a new movie from Malefique/One Missed Call (remake) helmer Eric Vallette called Hybrid. Not to be confused with the monster movie of the same name, also in development, this Hybrid is about a predatorial car that eats people. Of course.
Now here’s a flick we’ve not heard about in a while; Agineszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo’s After.Life, the story of a girl stuck between this world and the next and the funeral director who may be trying to bury her alive.
A few months back we told you guys about a new show being made for The Sci Fi Channel that might have a horror spin to it, “Warehouse 13”. Today Sci Fi Wire put up the first pic of the titular facility, which you can see on your right.
Finally, some casting is going down for Cabin in the Woods, the Drew Goddard/Joss Whedon-penned horror film that Goddard will be making his directorial debut on.
Takashi Miike. Few names spark the imagination and feed the fires of fandom more than his when it comes to genre fans. The man has built a following that spans the globe. At the New York Comic Con, fans will meet the man himself as he debuts his latest film, Yatterman.
In a really interesting bit of news coming out of Sundance, CHUD's Devin Feraci reports that comedian Bill Hader just recently sat down with "SNL" writer Simon Rich to develop a slasher film that happens to be for Judd Apatow of all people.