Now that Peter Jackson has put his Lovely Bones on display, the question beckons -- What's next for the visionary director? A return to true horror perhaps? Not just yet. It appears that Jackson is a bit more interested in hungry cities for the time being.
We first saw it back in early October from a scanned copy of People Magazine, but today Summit released the first official hi-res still from David Slade's The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.
Take the Southern fried swaggery charm of True Blood and replace the vampires and werewolves with zombies; cannibalistic, robotic nightmares; and Cthulhu-esque horrors. Now make half the populace of a quiet little town superpowered and earmark the other half for meat ... and you’ve got Aaron Williams' North 40!
Finally, months after it was announced at the SDCC '09 (I thought I'd never have to write those words again), IDW's graphic novel prequel to Legion entitled Legion: Prophets is available now for your perusal.
The French trailer and one-sheet for the Xavier Gens-produced flick by Yannick Dahan and Benjamin Rocher, The Horde, appeared online today, and we have them both for you all good and foreign like.
Some people are just born to play a certain role. Karloff was the monster. Lugosi was Dracula. Jeffrey Combs? This is a man who was born to play Edgar Allan Poe. One of the most incredible times I've ever had was when we saw Nevermore in LA last month. It was literally the closest to ever spending an evening with Poe we modern day folks could hope for. Now fans in Maryland are about to join in on the experience.
Next Tuesday's the day. After years of tinkering and one hell of theatrical ride, Paranormal Activity (DVD and Blu-ray review here) will be home for your viewing pleasure, and pretty soon you'll be able to win as you watch!
In late November the 2009 Science+Fiction Festival was held in Trieste, Italy. This happening is an international science fiction event dedicated to exploring the worlds of fantasy, experimental languages, and new technologies in film production, television, and visual and performing arts.
You know what really makes a man? A beard. Beards have been featured in films throughout the history of cinema, some great, some good, and some not so great or good. But over the years a few beards have stood the test of time and deserve a little attention. So without further ado ... The Buz presents: THE TOP TEN LIST OF THE GREATEST BEARDS IN HORROR HISTORY
Finally the trailer for Adam Green's Frozen has debuted, and much like the film itself, it is extremely badass! Just try and deny the chills! We get cold just watching it!
Another day, another Stephen King story ... at least that's how it's seemed lately. Fans of the author's short story "N." should be happy to learn that Marvel will be publishing N., a new four-part graphic fiction adaptation of King's chilling story in his recently released collection Just After Sunset.
Looking to spread around a few germs this holiday season? Well, we've got a bit of a cooler way to do so than spitting in someone's eggnog! You can win yourself a copy of Paramount's Carriers on DVD and either keep it or infect someone else!
In the spirit of giving we present to you, our dear readers, a chance to get hit with a mighty Bitch Slap of a contest! Brace your cheeks. All of them.
In celebration of the DVD and Blu-ray release of Jennifer's Body, we've landed an exclusive look from one of the package's behind-the-scenes featurettes for you! Dig it! Jennifer's Body Synopsis
Anyone who's been visiting this site for the past year knows that we are HUGE fans of the Slamdance award winning zombie opus I Sell the Dead (review here). Word just came down today that the flick will be getting a high definition release along with the DVD! Saints be praised!