You just had to know a team-up like this would happen eventually; the match is too perfect to ignore. Today it was officially announced that Dark Sky Films and Glass Eye Pix would be rejoining forces (their first outing being Ti West’s House of the Devil) for a slate of new horror films.
Another new title has been added to this year’s Screamfest LA lineup, one that horror fans have been waiting over a year to finally see for themselves: Mike Dougherty’s Trick ‘r Treat! Yesterday I got a postcard in the mail with Friday, October 10th, listed as the premiere date for the film at Mann’s Chinese 6 Theatre, which means it's opening the festival in style!
An early trailer for Jake West’s latest horror outing, Doghouse, showed up online recently, and it’s about time you guys dug upon it, don’t you think? I do, too.
The lucky bastards over at IGN got a chance to visit the set of Henry Selick’s upcoming 3D stop motion animation feature Coraline, based on the novel by Neil Gaiman, and returned with some pretty impressive images.
If you missed the extended clip (more of a montage, really) for The Day the Earth Stood Still remake that played during Fox's recent re-airing of the “Fringe” pilot, no worries! JoBlo’s got your hook-up and, like good aliens are supposed to do, is sharing it with the world. Scroll down to check it out!
Well folks, the 2008 ZombieFest (official site) has just announced their first round of guests, and it's a good announcement. The first round includes original Dawn of the Dead zombies Sharon Ceccatti Hill (the Nurse Zombie) and Clayton Hill (the Sweater Zombie). Also onhand will be Sam Nicotero, whose films include Children of the Living Dead and The Mothman Prophecies.
Every time I show off the Black Devil Doll trailer to anyone, they always ask, "Where the f%&* can I get that?" Well, now we know where and when you can pick up your own copy of Jon Lewis' exploitation-fest!
We've been all over EA's upcoming survival horror game Dead Space for months now, and we're all giddy that the big day is finally approaching.
If you thought Universal Hollywood's Halloween Horror Nights was going to be rocking hard with just Freddy, Jason, and Leatherface, then think again!
I always knew Steve Guttenberg would hang up the goofy guy persona that’s haunted him his entire career and either go on a killing spree or star in a horror movie. Fortunately it’s the latter, as it’s always sad to report on killing sprees.
All right, those sickos known as Adam Green and Joe Lynch have uploaded the next segment in their epic series created exclusively for FrightFest! I hope these guys pool their resources someday and make a damn film together!
All right, trying something a bit different here. Each week for countless years I’ve given you guys a full list of DVD releases hitting shelves, complete with my own descriptions of the film and links to buy 'em. The problem is that it’s a helluva lot of work and now that the Halloween season is upon us, my time is even more limited than before.
The official site for Toby Wilkins’ feature debut, Splinter, kicked in the doors of the internet over the weekend and it’s very ... pointy. Lots and lots of sharp edges on this one, but don’t take my word for it; check out the Splinter site here to see what I mean.
Hey, New Englanders, looking for a good way to kick-start your Halloween celebrations? While normally I would suggest some good old fashioned virginal sacrifices mixed with a healthy dose of bloodletting, this year I’m ready to try something different: a Feast of Flesh!
A while back we gave you guys the first word that Paramount was finally laying down plans to get a real Friday the 13th box set out to fans (read it here), and over the weekend the first bit of confirmation came down from the wilds of Kentucky.