Never mind Christian Bale's meltdown or the promise of a good Terminator movie! Who cares about all that when The Asylum has its mockbuster The Terminators ready to blast off and blow our minds with their ... with their ... oh, you'll see.
The adult film industry and quite a few horror fans lost another star today as Marilyn Chambers, best known by our community for her role in David Cronenberg's Rabid, passed away at the all too young age of fifty-seven.
The trailer for short film The Institute of Séance hit online today via the official The Institute of Séance website, and I have to say it looks friggin' amazing! You need to check out this slice of retro-goodness like yesterday!
Badass producer-director Mark Steensland and screenwriter Rick Hautala have acquired the screen rights to James Newman’s forthcoming novel Animosity via their newly formed Chang Shao Trading Company shingle, and we've got the first heads-up on what to expect.
While they put the finishing touches on the panel schedule for this weekend's Los Angeles Weekend of Horrors, the folks at Fangoria have just released the line-up for the Fearsome Fango Film Show (running all three days: Friday in Room 502 A, second floor; Saturday & Sunday in Room 501 A-C, second floor; both located in West Hall B).
Paramount Home Entertainment today released the specs for the upcoming re-releases of their Friday the 13th films. What made it? What didn't? What's coming? Find out inside!
It's no secret my pen-name of Uncle Creepy was inspired by an old comic book from the Seventies that is near and dear to my heart -- Creepy. This July the comic will see a resurrection of sorts coming from the good folks at Dark Horse.
Genius products announced today that there's a bit of movie monster mayhem heading to DVD on May 19 in the form of the new sci-fi thriller Infected, and we have a peek at the kind of cool cover art for ya!
I feel like we've been telling you about the goodness that is Black Devil Doll forever now. This flick, plain and simple, is going to be the shit, and this weekend you'll have three chances to see it -- one in California, one in New York, and one in New Mexico!
Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc., today announced Saw: The Video Game is being developed for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system, Playstation 3 computer entertainment system and Windows PC.
The fourth teaser poster for Brian Pulido's The Graves emerged today, this time showcasing a character with a penchant for some monstrous demonstrations.
And what would Monday be without another round of info about Rob Zombie's Halloween 2? I don't ever recall so much seeping online from a single movie in my life! Some say that's a good thing, others say bad, but it keeps things interesting, that's for sure!
It looks like a pretty good week overall. Mixed in with some fears from the Forest of Death are a Band from Hell (always a fun time), "The Lost Collection" from Lionsgate, a Playboy anthology flick, and the pick of the week - Splinter!
Almost a month ago we reported that the Nazi zombie opus Worst Case Scenario was DOA, but a new film from its proposed director Richard Raaphorst was well on its way. Today the director sets things straight with an informative update.
We're pretty excited about Anchor Bay's April 21st release of Robert Hall's latest horror flick Laid to Rest (review here) and apparently he is as well! To celebrate the movie hitting DVD two more "character" teaser posters have shown up on the flick's site!