The duo of darkness Colin and Greg Strause are teaming up once again to co-direct another two horror films. Please for the love of god at least let some of the budget for these upcoming flicks go toward buying a lighting rig.
The second behind-the-scenes look at Philip Ridley's UK Shocker Heartless has just hit online, this one featuring co-star Noel Clarke walking us through the goodies.
The latest live action adaptation of a Stephen King tale, Dolan's Cadillac, will be pulling up to video store shelves this spring, and we've got an early look at the cover art for you!
Man's best friends. Our pets are always there for us when we need them to be. They curl up with us when we're sick. They make us smile when we're down. And should we ever end up committing murder, you can be sure they'll become vocal enough to help us cover our tracks!
Horror comedies. When they work they're sometimes brilliant, when they don't, man, do they don't! So how will the upcoming All About Evil fare? From the looks of the new stills ... bloody good!
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Now that Kate Beckinsale's Whiteout has officially hit Blu-ray and DVD, we got ourselves an exclusive look at one of the film's deleted scenes for you! Why? Because we love you and you're so damned cute when you're staring down imminent death in the face of a major snowstorm.
The After Dark Horrorfest 4 is just a couple of weeks away. January 29, 2010, to be exact, and we've got another trailer to get you guys all geared up!
Rock music and horror go hand-in-hand, like comedy and horror. Sometimes a flick comes along that can give us all three! Get ready to dig on two new clips from Rob Stefaniuk's new vampire comedy Suck!
Ok. Color us speechless. It's no surprise that a sequel to the smash phenom Paranormal Activity is on its way. The movie made millions and dethroned the Saw franchise as October's biggest moneymaker.
His name is Bruce Campbell, and this time he's fighting Frankenstein. We may never see Campbell in a Bubba Ho-Tep sequel or another installment in the Evil Dead/Army of Darkness franchise, but it looks as if we are definitely getting a follow-up to Campbell's self-parodying My Name is Bruce.
So last week via the power of bootlegging fans got their first look at the trailer for Aja's upcoming Piranha 3D. It was dark, blurry, and small. Things have gotten a bit better.
Now here's the kind of news story we don't get all the time. In just a couple of weeks Universal's redux of The Wolfman will be hitting the big screen in what we're sure will be grand fashion, but are you wondering who will be delivering the creature's howls?
Director Brian Pulido didn't have to look much farther than practically his own backyard when he was seeking inspiration for his next horror project. He found that the state of Arizona provided the right landscape to create a chilling supernatural journey with his telling of The Graves.
Having essentially defined a subgenre of horror (long-haired, scary Japanese female ghosts) all by his lonesome, Ring director Hideo Nakata is fixing to get back into the game with what sounds like an amped up version of Saw. Read on for more.