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The King is Back! New Kong Ride Debuts at Universal This Summer!

The June 2008 backlot fire at Universal Studios was tragic on several levels but none more so than the loss of the great King Kong ride that was a staple of the theme park. Gone for good was the giant animatronic monkey and his banana-scented breath. It left quite a void. Thankfully said void is about to be filled.

Homecoming to Come Home Soon

Morgan J. Freeman's (emphasis on the J) psychological horror flick Homecoming had a very limited theatrical run over the summer, and if you missed it, no worries! It's on its way home to DVD!

Stripped is Becoming a Reality

I love the down and dirty 70s flicks where someone, anyone, was forced into a desperate fight for his or her life. No matter how many times the story is spun, I find myself looking forward to each new incarnation with renewed interest, and Stripped is absolutely no different.

Get Ready to Be Mad In Italy!

Do I smell a resurgence of Italian horror on the horizon? I certainly hope so because it's been far too long since the Italians have been busy in the horror genre. First time filmmaker Paolo Fazzini is looking to put the boot back on the map with this one, folks. Fingers crossed!

Attend a Free Screening of District 13: Ultimatum in NYC

Gather all ye dystopian horror fans in the Tri-State Region, Fangoria is holding a free screening of District 13: Ultimatum at the Cinema Village tomorrow, Thursday, January 28 at 7 p.m.

Rest in Peace: Zelda Rubinstein

Another sad moment for fans of the horror genre and beyond: The great Zelda Rubinstein has passed away at the all too young age of just 76.

Anchor Bay Sails into the After.Life

Remember that scene in The Serpent and the Rainbow when the main character was poisoned and appeared medically dead? That's a pretty horrifying notion. Imagine that being the whole film, and there you have Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo's After.Life.

Week Six of Dante's Inferno Live Dev Chats - Dante's Inferno on the PSP

It's Wednesday, which means it's also time for another weekly LIVE video series featuring members of the Dante's Inferno video game development team. Today's topic is "Dante's Inferno on the PSP".

Sundance 2010: Splice Object of Service Deal Bidding Battle

There's a battle occurring for distribution rights to Vincenzo Natali's Splice at this year's Sundance film fest, but instead of acquisitions bidding in ever-escalating sums, the producers are being offered service contracts, which seems to be the trend in indie film distribution nowadays.

UPDATED: Cast of the Strause Brothers' Skyline Expands by Two

Skyline, the next feature to be directed by brothers Colin and Greg Strause, has added another new cast member: Crystal Reed, who will also be seen in MTV's upcoming "Teen Wolf" reboot.

Jay Mohr to See the Light of the Hereafter

One more cast member has been added to Clint Eastwood's supernatural thriller Hereafter, and it's not someone you hear connected to our genre very often. Jay Mohr has signed on to play Matt Damon's brother, Billy.

The Vampire Diaries: Kevin Williamson's Introduction to Unpleasantville

The CW is pulling out all the stops this week to promote "Unpleasantville", the 12th chapter of Season One of The Vampire Diaries, including enlisting Executive Producers Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec to provide a special preview video revealing some details about the episode.

Rob Zombie's CSI: Miami Air Date and Another Guest Star

A couple of updates on Rob Zombie's CSI: Miami have come to light recently, including the episode's air date and title as well as an unexpected guest star.

Terror Train Screening For You Lucky California Residents

If there's one thing that continuously tempts me to pack my bags and relocate to the West Coast, it's the New Beverly Cinema and their endless revival of classic horror films. I suppose not shoveling six inches of snow every other goddamn day would be a plus as well, but really, it's all about slasher movies.

Twilight in Forks DVD Release Details

Back in September Summit Entertainment snapped up the rights to a documentary about the real-life Forks, Washington, the teeny rain-soaked logging town that Stephanie Meyer used as the setting for her uber popular tweener series. Now, finally, they've revealed the details of how they'll be distributing it.