Momentum Pictures has released the first stills from the upcoming redux of Oscar Wilde's The Portrait of Dorian Gray, now shortened to simply Dorian Gray, and we have them for you spooky and aging.
On August 28th we're gonna have a showdown of epic proportions as Rob Zombie's Halloween II goes head-up again David R. Ellis' The Final Destination for your horror movie buck! Who will win? Horror fans will, that's who, but that hasn't stopped the folks behind H2 from taking aim and firing the first shot!
Nothing beats a good old fashioned swamp monster movie. That's exactly what b-movie maestro Brett Piper (Bite Me!, Drainiac, A Nymphoid Barbarian in Dinosaur Hell) has in mind with his newest, a throwback to Swamp Thing and Man-Thing entitled Muckman. Not much to go on plot-wise at the moment, but given Piper's mission statement is keeping b-movie cliches alive and well, one can gather it will be a throwback to the classic swamp monster movies of old with a slimy creature wreaking havoc and terrorizing attractive women.
A few weeks back we told you that Jason Statham had signed on to Elliott Lester’s Blitz, a thriller about a serial killer targeting the police population in South London. Today we’ve got more info, including further casting and distribution.
Fans dying for a look at the 3D carnage promised by David R. Ellis' The Final Destination won't have to wait very long to whet their appetites as TV spots have began to run. We got ahold of two high quality looks at them for ya! Consider it a gift before dying!
Cabin Fever's Rider Strong is about to deal with a lot more than just a nasty flesh-eating virus in the new indie sci-fi/horror/psychological thriller hybrid Darkening Sky. Good thing for him he has a pretty killer cast along with him to shoulder the threat from this new menace.
We're less than a month away from the Stewart Hendler helmed Sorority Row, and as expected, TV spots are starting to pop up.
Finally fans in two of the country's most happening cities are going to get their chance to see Grace the way it was meant to be seen ... up on the big screen and dripping with disturbing chunks of after-birth!
Now that we have had some time to go through the massive amount of media that we collected at Comic-Con '09, we can start churning out the goods for you guys! First up -- about thirty minutes with Rob Zombie on Halloween II!
Ready for another two-fisted horror tale? Doug Slack's Hard-Boiled Horror Tales is Dread Central's premier online horror anthology serial that combines monsters with old school gangster pulps. The feature will be running right here two days a week with new installments every Monday and Friday! Let the madness begin!
Ten podcasts and audio dramas to excite your incus, stimulate your stapes, and massage your malleus.
And now for your WTF?!?! remake news of the day: The Legend of Boggy Creek. The seminal Sasquatch movie of the Seventies and probably all-time, Charles B. Pierce's 1972 docudrama based of actual events using many of the real people recounting tales of a Bigfoot creature that terrorized Fouke, Arkansas for decades. How the heck do you remake a docudrama? That's like announcing you're going to do a remake of Roger & Me or The Thin Blue Line.
Filmmaker Ted A. Bohus is best known for his much beloved cult classic The Deadly Spawn, which featured a truly phallic creature with rows and rows of sharp flesh-tearing teeth, but that just might change thanks to his hilarious, yet badass looking new indie feature Hell on Earth.
As if the trailer for Fruit Chan's Don't Look Up wasn't ghastly enough, some really disturbing "birthing" photos have come our way that should be more than enough incentive to invest in condoms.
This year's San Diego Comic-Con was full of impressive stars, trailers, and extended previews. But few had as much impact on the crowd as what we saw of Where the Wild Things Are. Now, some four months after the debut of the first trailer, Warner Bros. had gifted us with the second. Prepare to be transported to another place and time filled with pure bliss.