We told you a few weeks back that as a companion piece to his massive original book Shock Festival, Stephen Romano would be releasing a multi-volume DVD collection (also titled Shock Festival) of rarities he dug up with some friends that not only takes scenes from actual films but also incorporates the fictional previews for the movies from his book.
Avant garde composer Jeff Grace has credits ranging from The Lord of the Rings trilogy to Gangs of New York to Cronenberg's Spider, and most recently he has written two new scores for Ti West's spooky The House of the Devil and Graham Reznick's original thriller I Can See You. They are being released together this month on one CD.
While MGM's financial troubles are far from over, the studio has issued a statement that provides a brief update on the situation and gives us hope that the rumored "fire sale" has been forestalled and maybe, just maybe, the company won't be going down in flames after all.
While waiting for the demo of EA/Visceral Games' Dante's Inferno to drop in December, we've got a look at the trailer for the animated feature from EA/Starz Media that goes along with it.
It's been just about a year since we've had any kind of update on Adam Mason's indie thriller Luster, but since one of the stars is The Twilight Saga's Billy Burke, it only makes sense that it would come up during Burke's multiple interviews for the upcoming New Moon.
In our never-ending quest to cater to horror fans of every shape, size, creed, color, taste, and mental capacity, we have a special treat for our Twilight readers to send you off with into the weekend.
We first heard the other day about the Saw VI Soundtrack Tour that kicks off in early December in Minnesota but held off a bit on reporting about it while we worked out the details of a very cool contest we're running in conjunction with the event. Read on for the skinny.
How fitting. Here we are, Jason's birthday, and who comes in to do his Never Sleep Again interview? None other than Freddy Krueger himself, the great Robert Englund!
Five more clips hit online today to help you usher in the apocalypse in style. Are you ready to travel down The Road? Maybe these latest snippets can help you make up your mind.
No. This has NOTHING to do with horror movies. We know that, and in this instance, we're fine with that. So, why are we doing a quick news story on Werner Herzog's Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans starring Nicolas Cage?
Well ... I suppose its better than a remake. During an interview in the latest issue of Cemetery Dance magazine with William Peter Blatty, the author dropped some interesting things on fans and readers.
Another one of After Dark's Eight Films to Die For made its presence known today. The news dropped over on the official Facebook Page for The Final, a revenge thriller laced with blood and balls.
2009 is starting to wind down so of course that means it's time for all the various awards shows to begin rearing their heads. First up -- The People's Choice Awards, which (even discounting the predictable numerous mentions of Twilight) have a pretty healthy array of genre nominees.
Amityville, New York is a quiet community on a lake. Its name means "friendship," and its citizens try their best to live up to that name. In 1977, the town gained infamy from a haunted house story that claimed to be true, one that played on a real tragedy from three years before.
Episode 3 of the Roger Corman/Joe Dante/Corey Feldman collaboration known as Splatter is hitting Netflix -- appropriately enough -- today, Friday the 13th. Bring your hockey masks and a mop!