New Orleans, Louisiana - There are places in the world that defy description. The horrors of what happened within their walls seem far-fetched or even impossible outside the confines of a horror movie. And yet, for many places, fiction could not even hope to capture the terrors of real life. Strangers from far away, riches and murder most foul may begin the story, but where does it end? If it had ended, some might say, the house would not be haunted.
With just two weeks to go before Kevin Greutert's Saw VI is unleashed upon yet another Halloween horror-loving audience, the behind-the-scenes materials are still coming on hot and heavy.
Lionsgate UK just dropped a four-minute long look at Philip Ridley's Heartless (review here) and its trek to the 42nd Sitges Film Festival, and we've got it for you minus the jet-lag.
The two new chapters in the Takashi Shimizu created franchise Ju-On have been renamed for us silly Americans who don't like to think or learn other languages. Brain. Hurt. Words. Bad.
Yep. Even though Saw VI is just days away, we're already talking about Saw VII. Hard to believe but true nonetheless. At the Saw VI press conference today (look for a full report soon), producer Mark Berg spoke a bit about how they're handling the 3D process for the next entry in Jigsaw's long list of games.
This past summer The Horror Chick Heather Wixson was able to take an exclusive tour of writer/director Robert Hall's special effects studio, Almost Human. Wixson decided to bring along a camera to give horror fans a rare sneak peek into the inner-workings of Almost Human.
Recently Heather Wixson took a tour of writer/director Robert Hall's special effects studio, Almost Human. While touring the facility, Wixson ran into Erik Porn, Shop Coordinator, who was working on some of the visual effects for the upcoming FearNet web series "Fear Clinic".
More casting news and a new concept poster have come in for John Regan's Sherwood Horror, a modern reworking of Robin Hood with a horror twist.
First time Reaper Award (or Grimmy, as he is affectionately known) winner for best direct-to-video feature, director Ben Rock, and producer Alicia Conway have taken part in Instant Film's Movies Made in 48 Hours Film Festival; and we've got a look at his entry for you ... a little flick that insists that you Shut Up! I Said Shut Up!
We've all heard and seen tons of stuff surrounding the very controversial new film Antichrist directed by Lars Von Trier, but we've never seen anything quite like this!
After nailing down a phenomenon with Paranormal Activity, Paramount has opted to throw its hat into the web series arena with its latest horror based entry, Circle of Eight, launching this month on MySpace.
Dread Central hit the Weinstein Co. last week for a screening of British director Scott Mann’s The Tournament, which has been programmed as L.A. Screamfest’s ‘Opening Night Film’ this Friday, 10/16 in Hollywood, CA. A bloody smash-up of Battle Royale and Kill Bill, among others (see a trailer for The Tournament below), the hybrid flick is scheduled to be released to DVD via Dimension on 10/20.
To say that we're eagerly awaiting Tim Sullivan's 2001 Maniacs: Beverly Hellbillys is a bit of an understatement. The dude is just one of us through and through as evidenced by the gleeful amount of sick he puts into his films. This coming sequel looks to be no different!
Summit Entertainment has teamed up with leading online movie ticketing sites Fandango and MovieTickets.com to offer consumers who purchase advance tickets by December 7, 2009 for The Twilight Saga: New Moon a free, exclusive remix of the song "Satellite Heart" by Anya Marina. A free download code (redeemable only on iTunes) will be distributed via e-mail for every ticket purchased.
The folks at Hammer Films are branching out into the literary realm via their recently announced partnership with British literary agency PFD to pursue book deals based on its slate of properties.