The trailer for Seventh Moon from co-director of The Blair Witch Project Ed Sanchez hit online today, and it looks pretty friggin' crazed!
A new production blog for Kevin Munroe's live action adaptation of the Italian comic book Dylan Dog known as Dead of Night has kicked into gear today now that filming has started, and it's quickly filling up with some interesting tidbits of info.
Some people have nasty habits. Smoking. Drinking. Drugs. As a result from time to time we the people who love them need to step in and set things straight, whether they're amongst the living or not!
Horror fiends were out in full force when the Fangoria Weekend of Horrors convention stormed the Los Angeles Convention Center this past weekend. As usual, Fango gave genre fans a lot to keep them busy over the three-day event.
In celebration of the DVD's release today we've got another three stills for you to feast your eyes and glut your soul upon!
Brace yourselves for this one. Extreme arterial spray and over-the-top acting and effects combine for one helluva crazy looking trailer!
No joke! Comedy star Adam Scott (Knocked Up) is making the jump to horror movies, and man, has he picked a hell of a flick to get his genre career started with!
Lou Diamond Phillips has played a sheriff that fought winged killers in Bats and a cop hunting a devilish psycho in The First Power. Now La Bamba is going to need all his monster-policing prowess if he's going to survive an encounter with "The Jersey Devil" in the new creature feature Carny.
There's no question fans who went to Crank 2: High Voltage last weekend specifically to see the teaser trailer for Halloween 2 went home disappointed. It didn't even make it to N.Y. or L.A. as previously reported. So what happened and where is it?
One movie we're praying happens soon is Richard Raaphorst's Army of Frankenstein. Ever since he announced the project which has risen from the ashes of Worst Case Scenario, we've been salivating. Today we have some new details and artwork for you.
The fifth of eight teasers for Brian Pulido's The Graves emerged today, this time introducing us to one bad mother...
Warner Brothers and Dark Castle Entertainment appear to be on a genre related roll of sorts, adding to their already rock solid line-up of Orphan and The Hills Run Red with a live action adaptation of the Devil's Due graphic novel The Nye Incidents.
Visionary director Zack Snyder has captured himself two more lovelies to star in his all-girl action flick Sucker Punch.
Yet another image of fictitious Haddonfield horror host Uncle Coffins surfaced earlier today on his MySpace page, this time detailing an adventure he had in Mexico. This is getting a bit excessive, is it not?
Ok, so we're a little late to the party with these stills. Other sites have had them up all day. A little laziness never hurt anyone. Better late than never, right?