In any language anthologies kick ass. With AFM right around the corner, the sales art and official international trailer for Phobia 2 from Thailand have barreled their way online, and this one looks like a winner!
Director Xavier Gens, best known within the genre for Frontiere(s), is following up his harrowing little horror film (Hitman doesn't count) with a hearty slice of post-apocalyptic nuttiness, and we have some art and the plot crunch for you.
And the "Dexter" freight train of quality TV keeps on coming. Ready for a quick look at what's in store for everyone's favorite serial killing family man next Sunday? Not to worry! We've got you and your dark passenger covered!
Brian Yuzna has returned to the director's chair with a 3D monster flick that will hopefully get you all wrapped up! The news broke while we all gear up for AFM that Yuzna tackled a little film called Amphibious 3D, which centers on what happens when a marine research expedition to the exotic Sumatran Sea turns treacherous as it encounters a supernatural prehistoric creature resurfacing with a vengeance.
MTV caught up with Scream franchise writer Kevin Williamson to get whatever goods there are on Scream 4 -- the first in a new trilogy that the Weinsteins hope to bring Wes Craven back to.
Mark your datebooks for November 15th for a signing at Dark Delicacies of the recently released Girls and Corpses winter issue and 2010 calendar.
November 20th is fast approaching, which means Summit Entertainment will be pulling out all the stops over the next several days to keep the momentum going for The Twilight Saga: New Moon's premiere. On tap for today: a "Meet the Volturi" featurette and details on the November 11th UK fan party that promises devotees a Q&A with director Chris Weitz and stars Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner.
Halloween may be over, but that doesn't mean we aren't still on the lookout for the latest treat to share with you guys. On today's agenda we have "Blood Trail", an almost three-minute animated short/trailer that promotes writer Matt Cochran’s screenplay of the same name.
This week Trembles takes us a little off the beaten path into a true tale of sex addiction and murder: Paul Schrader's 2002 Auto Focus starring Greg Kinnear as TV star Bob Crane and Willem Dafoe as his video technician buddy John Carpenter (nope, not director John Carpenter of Halloween fame, but rather a sleazy swinger who gets credit for turning Crane into a sex addict).
If you missed My Super Psycho Sweet 16 (review here) on MTV, now’s your chance to check it out uncut.
The Host 2, it seems, has been lingering in pre-production for an eternity. And while today’s story yields another one of those, “yep, it’s coming … eventually” type of updates, there’s also some cool news about an interactive adaptation of the perpetually upcoming sequel.
Wanna talk scary? Never mind being haunted by a demonic force that will corner you wherever you are. We're talking real horror that could come in the form of a completely unnecessary sequel.
Man, how times have changed. Twitter has changed just about every single part of the game. It used to be that we had to wait a month for a magazine to come out to get the scoop on what's going on with our favorite flicks. Now we can get instantaneous updates as they happen.
The IMP Awards got themselves the first look at the official one-sheet for Tribeca selection Tell-Tale (review here), and we have it here for your perusal!
Paramount's Carriers is coming to rental DVD on December 8th, 2009, from Paramount Home Entertainment with a full DVD release expected in four to six weeks afterwards.