Tom Shankland Talks The Children

Most people go on vacation to relax. It seems writer/director Tom Shankland went on vacation only to find inspiration for his next horror project. After all, it was while on a holiday with friends that he found some creepy inspiration for his latest film, The Children (review here).

Eduardo Sanchez Talks Seventh Moon, Plans for Blair Witch 3

It was just ten years ago that director Eduardo Sanchez left his mark on the horror genre. His independent docu-thriller The Blair Witch Project not only raised the bar in terms of independent filmmaking, but it became a cultural phenomenon that still resonates a decade later.

Ghost House Underground Review Report Card

Now that Ghost House Underground has released its second crop of films, it's time to take a look at what's worth your time and what should be avoided like a scorching case of herpes.

Kurt Angle Wrestles Kevin Nash Down a River of Darkness

Despite his last feature End Game (review here) receiving a critical powerslamming from yours truly, indie filmmaker Bruce Koehler of North Shore Pictures sent word to let me know he actually loved my less-than-stellar review of his serial killer thriller.

Attack of the Dinocroc vs. Supergator Stills

Roger Corman helped unleash Dinocroc (review here) in 2004. Then he let loose Supergator (review here) in 2007. In 2010 these rampaging reptiles will collide in an epic smackdown of Syfy proportions: Dinocroc vs. Supergator!

Joe Lynch's Body Count Mounts Overseas

Joe Lynch returns with another edition of his horror branded segment on G4's "Attack of the Show", and this time he's coming live from the Film4 Frightfest!

Parnormal Activity City Reaction Videos

Were you one of the many viewers who caught a midnight screening of the haunted house phenom known as Paranormal Activity? Then you may just see yourself in one of these eight videos Paramount shared with us today.

New Stills: After Dark 2010's Hidden

Two new stills for the 2010 After Dark Horrorfest's Norwegian entry, Pål Øie's Hidden (or Skjult), were released today and we have them for you cold and spooky.

DVD Releases: October 6, 2009: Trick 'r Treat with The Children in a Dark Country

We have a bumper crop of DVD and Blu-ray releases this week what with Trick 'r Treat FINALLY coming home along with Ghost House Pictures' four-pack of The Thaw, Offspring, Seventh Moon, and The Children. And that's just the beginning!

Five-Minute Clip from Wrong Turn 3

Ready to check out the latest targets of everyone's favorite inbred hillbilly family? In anticipation of its October 20th Blu-ray and DVD release, Fox has released a five-minute clip from Wrong Turn 3 in which the crazed mutant cannibal known as Three Finger runs a prison bus off the side of the road and then proceeds to start shooting arrows at the hapless passengers.

Eli Roth-Produced Cotton Screening for Sundance

Eli Roth was an attendee of Mexico's Morelia Film Festival, where he updated the media on all his latest projects, including one that's been conspicuously light on the details, Cotton, which Roth is producing only along with Strike Entertainment.

Over 70 New Photos from Twilight Saga: New Moon

Now this is some serious New Moon news! A whopping 77 photos from the film have shown up online. It's pretty amazing when you realize how much info is being leaked about it just prior to its imminent release.

Nerdcore's 2010 Horror Calendar

It's that time of year again. Nerdcore, which celebrates all things nerdy -- and sexy -- has revealed its upcoming calendar for the new year, and it's obvious that 2010 equates to Horror!

Splice Clip Shows Creature

It's been a while since we last talked about Vincenzo Natali's film Splice around these parts, but thankfully that's about to change starting with a clip that shows off a bit of creature action.

Look for Ghostbusters on the PSP in November

Who you gonna call? The Ghostbusters are back in Ghostbusters: The Video Game for the PSP, featuring the voices and in-game likenesses of Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, and Ernie Hudson in an original story penned by the writers of the original films, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis.