It's safe to say that after the two AVP misfires we're all pretty much looking forward to Nimrod Antal's semi-reboot of the franchise, Predators, which is being produced by Robert Rodriguez. Finally the director himself has spoken a bit about the movie, and we really like what we're hearing!
Seth Grahame-Smith's living dead laden take on the Jane Austen classic Pride and Prejudice and Zombies was a successful experiment in melding a timeless tale together with a timeless monster. Well ... timeless until that first well placed head shot that is. In any event the novel's success has it poised for a big screen run ... but could something else be in the works as well?
Spooky Dan is back with his latest puppet-fueled spin on those damned movies that feature sparkling vampires and neutered fuzzballs. At least in the world of puppetry it's a bit more tolerable!
A new image gallery for director Gabe Ibáñez's (Day of the Beast) latest horror film Hierro just landed online with a couple of really spooky stills. We like spooky. Spooky = good.
And the teen vampire craze continues with Dennis Gansel's We Are the Night. Will these vamps be brooding, furrowed-brow bores? Check out the German teaser trailer to find out.
Writer/director Gregory Lamberson will add a special twist and a welcome scream to the 2010 Beloit International Film Festival when he returns to Beloit, WI, as the honorary Chair of the fifth annual BIFF, Feb. 18-21, 2010. Creator of the horror cult classic Slime City, which marked its 20th anniversary at BIFF in 2008, Lamberson will be on hand for the world debut of the recently completed sequel, Slime City Massacre.
Did you survive Black Friday with a few dollars left in your pocket? If so, you need to see the new 10-color "Ladies of the Evil Dead: Extreme Edition" T-shirt from Fright Rags. Designed by the amazing Jeff Zornow, the T features all three “Ladies” (Betsy Baker, Ellen Sandweiss, and Sarah York) jumping out of the design in full-color madness, ready to swallow the souls of would-be onlookers and recruit them to their legion of the undead!
British writer/director Stuart Hazeldine's Exam premieres in theatres just after Christmas in the UK, and the film's trailer was recently released online. Luke Mably stars in Exam, which some are saying could be the thriller of the new year. Check out the trailer, and see if you agree.
If you're an indie filmmaker with a product you want to get out to the public, word of mouth is your best friend. So when Josh Hasty dropped us a line to let us know the DVD pre-sale of his first feature, A Mannequin in Static, began today, we were happy to help get the word out. And, if you're one of the first 25 people to order, you'll also receive a free signed movie poster.
If you're reading this right now, then you either successfully survived Black Friday unscathed or had the good enough sense to not brave the crazed thralls storming the mall in search of doorbuster savings. Speaking of shopping mall psychopaths, have you ever seen the Phantom of the Mall: Eric's Revenge? Whether you have or you haven't, you can now listen to myself and the film's title star reminisce about this campy 1989 slasher flick.
Looking to choose a side and dispose of either Aliens, Predators, or even humans? In early 2010, when Sega drops its official AVP game on us, that's EXACTLY what we're gonna do, and we've even got a little preview to get you excited!
Roland Emmerich's latest end-of-the-world opus 2012 is a mish-mash of just about every disaster movie you've ever seen. Not sure if Nomad's 2012 review (read it here) quite did it justice? Then you won't want to miss Trembles' take on the flick!
While we all await some solid news on US distro, a dozen new stills from Vincenzo Natali's Splice have surfaced. and we've got them for you all fresh and bi-pedal.
Looks like before the Creeper comes back to sniff out some new victims, Victor Salva will be taking us down a trip to Rosewood Lane where horror hides in the most unlikely of places.
A new piece of promo art and a new "shorter" synopsis have slipped online for Menhaj Huda's psycho-laden flick, Comedown, which tells of the dangers of taking to the airwaves illegally.