Talk about a horror dream team! Under the Dome already sounded pretty cool, but this latest development could really push it over the top for King fans looking for a return to form.
The zombie horde is back and in full effect, and four more survivors have risen from the carnage to help gamers across the world combat these walking pus-brain bags of shit. We've got the skinny on what you can expect during this latest zombie apocalypse.
Another video game is about to be made into a feature film -- as a possible franchise for Brad Pitt of all people -- and it hasn't even hit the market yet! The game is Capcom's Dark Void, which is scheduled for release January 12, 2010.
Looking for the perfect movie to take your parents and kids to after indulging in a bit of Thanksgiving turkey? Well, JT Petty's horror documentary S&MAN is probably not it, but if live in or around Brooklyn, NY and can tear yourself away from your filial obligations, you owe it to yourself to check out the film's screening on Sunday, November 29th.
Remember the show "She-Wolf of London" from 1990? Anyone? Hello? Well, don't worry, you're gonna get your chance to rediscover it when the complete series hits DVD courtesy of Universal Home Entertainment. Synopsis
With James Gunn moving on to other things, the question beckoned: Who would be at the helm of this season's "Scream Queens" for VH1? It didn't take long for the answer to come.
Left 4 Dead 2 is out now, and it's kicking a copious amount of ass. Whereas the first game innovated, this one polishes the concept and really makes it shine. So all you guys on the anti bandwagon -- you're missing one hell of a game. Probably the best zombie themed game I've ever played.
The nominations are in for Spike TV's 2009 Video Game Awards, and Uncharted 2: Among Thieves leads the pack with a total of eight. But right behind are Batman: Arkham Asylum with seven, followed by Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Left 4 Dead 2 with six each. Rounding out the nominees for "Game of the Year" is Assassin's Creed 2.
In an unprecedented move, a production company is getting set to turn a graphic novel (the term given to comic books when people want them to sound more adult, kind of like calling lotion "age-defying ointment") into a movie! Crazy bastards! That approach to finding new content will never work!
With The Twilight Saga: New Moon opening this weekend, we thought it a good idea to remind everyone that a vampire tale with a bit more "bite" is heading to theatres early next year. And what better way to do that than with two new stills?!
Tony Todd knows a lot about creating iconic horror characters, and with the latest slasher film One By One, there looks to be another looming on the horizon. Are you ready to meet Railroad Jack the Reaper?
Back in August it was announced that Larry Fessenden would be taking over as director on the American remake of J.A. Bayona's ghostly tale The Orphange. Fans rejoiced for the most part because with Larry at the helm, the last thing we'd get is a homogenized version of the flick that was met with much critical acclaim. Sadly ... things have changed.
A new website has opened up for Justin Guerrieri and Joseph Guerrieri's latest film, the indie production Joe Dante Presents Trail of Blood; and it's brimming with stills, a trailer, and more.
Simius Films unveiled details and a teaser trailer for its first production, a little movie called Paranormal Effect, which sheds a bit of light on one of Japan's most infamous curses. Of course it's a found footage flick pieced together by the "project's producers". Yep.
Three days. Three stories. Three horror movies featuring Brittany Murphy. We're flabbergasted. Yep, coming from director Matthew Parkhill and writer Sergio Casci is The Caller.