Mondays are usually pretty blah. It's for THAT very reason we sat on these latest clips from Chris Nahon's Blood: The Last Vampire until today! Get ready for a little sword-swinging demon fighting to go with the usual complaining about your job and clock watching! Synopsis
Well, the quantity of DVD releases definitely increased this week. The quality? That's up to you guys to decide.
Good news concerning the status of the Spierig Brothers' (Undead) forever-in-the making vampire film Daybreakers! After months and months! We've at last got a teaser one-sheet to dig on!
Writer/director Michael Wade Johnson dropped us a line with an update on his anthology project, Killer Shorts. The film will be hitting the festival circuit soon, and the DVD is being released on June 30th.
To add to our coverage of the Grace screening at USC, a highlight reel of the event showcasing a good deal of audience reaction has surfaced, and it is just begging to be seen!
The new Spanish one-sheet surfaced this morning for the Stefano Bessoni shocker Imago Mortis, and it seemingly fits the tone of the film perfectly.
The Asylum has been doing more non-mockbusters than usual of late so when I read about a film like Haunting of Winchester House, I instantly find myself wondering if this is another original or just their late-to-the-party Haunting of Connecticut mockbuster.
I always loved everything involving monsters as a kid. That's probably part of the reason "Masters of the Universe" and "Inhumanoids" still hold a special place in my heart. There's a good chance that if I hadn't been too old for kiddy toy toons by the time "Monster Force" came along in 1994 I'd have been a big fan of it too.
What do you get when an Oscar winning visual effects artist teams up with the screenwriter of Daddy Day Care? A monstrous family comedy called The Goblin that's poised to be the greatest film of its kind since A Gnome Named Norm.
For those of you who didn't tune into tonight's "Spike TV Awards" show, rest easy; you didn't really miss much pertaining to horror. Except ...
Throughout history there have been tales, legends, what-have-you about beautiful women and their effect on creatures considered unworthy or dangerous or abominations. The “love of a good woman” scenario carried to an extreme as these women do indeed usually fall in love with their hideous “captors”.
Lest I be taken for a pretentious twit with no place on this site after my last blog, I want to start this one with a quick review of Drag Me to Hell. I loved it.
Indie feature Hallows Eve: Slaughter on 2nd Street has released a major site update revealing lots of details about their bloody new venture. We know only a little about this film, and it is yet to be reviewed here; but mixing a bit of grue with one of our favorite holidays can often be a good time. The synopsis is included below - check out their official website for more details!
A couple of updates came through via Twitter today from director Darren Bousman and mad creator Gris Grimly.
My name is Cal McDonald. I’m a private detective. I don’t handle cases most detectives handle because I don’t have that kind of luck. I deal with monsters and freaks and every dark, fucked up thing normal law won’t.