How many of us remember shelling out the dough to get our hands on the last A Nightmare on Elm Street box set? At over a hundred bucks it was pretty steep but worth it if only for the "Nightmare Encyclopedia" disc. To go along with the original film's Blu-ray release, Warner Home Video and New Line are re-issuing the box set ... but something is pretty friggin' amiss.
You’ve seen the Bitch Slap girls go wild, but they have a softer side too. Watch as Trixie (Julia Voth), Hel (Erin Cummings), and Camero (America Olivo) show you the many ways they help their community and how they might even save the world.
One of our favorite flicks of last year, Ti West's retro thriller The House of the Devil, is finally coming home to DVD and Blu-ray on February 2, 2010, and to celebrate its release, one hell of a cool promo item has been sent out to us lucky bastards!
Trembles is taking a well deserved two-week break from churning out new editions of his Motion Picture Purgatory so he sent over a blast from the past review of 1975's cult classic Thundercrack.
Never mind the remake which is looming over all of our heads like a black cloud of crap and distress -- the original big horror daddy Wes Craven classic is about to make its jump to Blu-ray high definition, and we've got the scoop on what to expect!
And just like the unstoppable freight train of violence that Victor Crowley proved to be in the first film, cameras have officially begun rolling on the Hatchet sequel, and there ain't no stopping until every set is painted with the red stuff.
The second season of Toby Whithouse's stellar Being Human premieres in the UK this Sunday, and if you're anything like me, you can't get enough of this show about three twenty-something housemates trying to live normal lives, despite the fact that one is a werewolf, one is a vampire, and the other is a ghost. If so, you're in luck because on February 4th three novels that tie in to Being Human are being released by BBC Books.
Now me? I don't want to spend 127 Hours with anyone. Why? Because I'm afraid they'd kill me! I'm quite the handful! Still, there are worse ways to pass the time and Danny Boyle's latest film explores one of the more horrific.
Like it or not Lost Boys 3: The Thirst is well under way and will be putting the bite on our DVD and Blu-ray players soon enough. A fresh crop of behind-the-scenes stills have popped up online offering your first look at stars Corey Feldman, Tanit Phoenix, and Jamison Newlander in character.
We know you've been dying to feast your eyes upon the goodness that is the official trailer for Lionsgate's sequel to the Uwe Boll disasterpiece Alone in the Dark. Who wouldn't be? Don't worry, dearest reader; we have your fix.
Well, what the hell, right? Since the proposed Oldboy remake has tanked, why not just remake another film in Park Chan-wook's Vengeance series?
The horror genre, especially at it relates to television, had quite a good showing at tonight's People's Choice Awards with vampires, both sparkling and otherwise, reigning supreme.
Everything was going so well for Universal's big budget remake of The Wolfman. After a promising trailer and its receipt of the much coveted R rating, we were starting to get a good vibe ... until today when reports of two different cuts being readied surfaced. Fortunately that rumor has been dubunked.
The first clip for Stuart Hazeldine's thriller Exam, which will be arriving in UK cinemas on January 8th, has just found its way online and is ready to learn you something!
The official artwork for The Butcher Brothers' latest foray into the horror genre, The Violent Kind, has just made its way online, and we have every blood-speckled pixel right here for your perusal.