You should all know by now that John Landis’ second-season entry for Masters of Horror, "Family" (review), is due out on DVD next Tuesday, April 20th. As fortune would have it I just so happened
What in the hell is TV Face? What kind of title is that, anyway? It really evokes nothing as to what it would be about, unless of course it’s about a guy who has a TV for a face… Luckily that
By the time you finish reading this sentence I do believe Ulli Lommel will have made at least three new films. The man certainly is prolific. The no budget schlockmeister seems to keep churning
Those crazy folks over at Horrorboards are at it again, this time picking the brain of famed FX artist and all around nice guy John Carl Buechler. They sit down with him to discuss his work on e
I’m not going to go into a whole lot of detail here since it’s all laid out pretty clearly in the press release I will be linking to so I'll just say this: If you’re an indie filmmaker, pay atte
"SAW IV is not a step backwards -- it's a leap forward..." So says its director Darren Lynn Bousman via his brand-spanking new blog over on Fearnet. Though it’s being pimped as a Saw IV blog
I told you guys yesterday that you were just seeing the tip of the proverbial iceberg in regards to our coverage of The Tripper (visit their MySpace page), David Arquette’s directorial debut abo
Clint Howard may have made the role of The Ice Cream Man his own back in the day, but now filmmaker J.T. Mollner is attempting to create the ultimate ice cream-themed horror film. It’s calle
By now, though we’ve tried to give you as much information as we could about Rob Zombie’s Halloween, you’ve probably still got a lot of questions about it. That’s fine, curiosity is the sign of
It’s been a while since we heard from the guys behind the indie horror/action hybrid God of Vampires (review), mainly because they all have regular jobs, but they’ve also been hard at work getti
Not that it’s ever been in much question, but a little official information never hurts. Variety announced this morning that Brendan Fraser has just signed the deal to return to his role as Rick O’Connell in the upcoming Rob Cohen-helmed Mummy 3. A bit suprising is the word that Rachel Weisz, who played his wife Evelyn, will not be coming back on board. But then, she has other work lined up...
We're still anxiously awaiting news regarding a U.S. release of Shusuke Kaneko's two amazing Death Note (review) films, which pumped some much needed life back into the J-horror scene last year.
Ed note: You may not know the name Joe Lynch yet, but something tells me when Wrong Turn 2 comes out later this year you'll be wishing you did. Joe's been a friend of the site for a while now and has some very strong opinions about the Weinsteins' recent comments about possibly splitting up the Grindhouse movies in an attempt to recuoup their costs. We just had to get the man's voice out there cause damnit, he's right! Enjoy!
A while back we kicked off our Membership Drive with a simple premise: Sign up for our forums and win free shit! We're proud to announce our first winner: Congratulations to new forum me
You might remember a story Foywonder did a few months back about the new film from The Riddle director Brendan Foley, a movie called Bog Body (if not, read the story here). The film stayed o