As you well know, the best damned zombie game on the planet is getting an upgrade soon in the form of DLC (that's downloadable content for you non-gamers), and the lucky bastards at IGN.com got to preview it.
Wanna see cool? How about a Saw themed rollercoaster? That's right, kids, if you're in the UK and looking for a ride with the proper amount of fear injection, Thorpe Park has your prescription!
We've had some great times doing our monthly Dinner for Fiends podcasts. We've gotten pretty out of hand every so often, but it has always been in the name of fun and love for our genre.
While it may not be Ghostbusters, there looks to be another paranormal based comedy in the works from Paramount Vantage based upon Trey Hamburger's supernatural comedy novel Ghosts/Aliens.
Over at MTV Movie Blogs, special effects wizard Tony Gardner is giving up some 411 on the new zombie comedy currently in production, Zombieland. According to Gardner, “Basically, it’s the end of the world; the entire nation is zombies. And [the humans] are trying to get from the east coast to the west coast.”
We recently got an update from Patrick Rea, SenoReality's short film writer/director/producer/editor extraordinaire, as to what events will be showcasing some of their works in the near future.
Looking to pencil in some dates on your horror event calendar? Good! Because New Line dropped some info on us that you're not going to want to miss.
All the Boys Love Mandy Lane beauty Amber Heard will be teaming with Odette Yustman, last seen running around in her panties in The Unborn, for the thriller And Soon the Darkness.
It seems like every single day there's something new to report on concerning Rob Zombie's Halloween 2. The scary part? We're a long way from its release date of August 28th, 2009, so lord knows what goodies there are to come!
Somehow, I don't know how, I have been grossly neglecting reporting on Jeff Leroy's ambitiously cheesy and damn proud of it Rat Scratch Fever. Scratch that. One look at the new trailer for it, and I've got me a serious case of (Insert Title Here).
The theatrical version of Ben Templesmith's 30 Days of Night didn't thrill me, but from the first time I heard about his Welcome to Hoxford, I've been intrigued by its premises.
As April approaches we find ourselves getting closer and closer to the impending debut of CBS television's latest slasher series "Harper's Island". Up until now all we've seen about the show in terms of promotion have been a few ominous promo-postcards, but now apparently it's time for a bit more of the proverbial cat to creep out of the bag.
Who doesn't love a happy finish? You know those of us here at DC surely do, and because we're so giving, you have an opportunity to love one too!
Remember that hairy ass monster flick Chohatsu Daikaiju Gehara we told you about here (Gehera: The Hairiest Kaiju You've Ever Seen!)? That thing was nuts lookin'! How would you like to see it in action? We thought you would.
For those of us out there who remember The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay on the original Xbox, we know what an absolutely badass game its remake, The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena, will be on the Xbox 360, PC, and PS3. But why wait for its ship date of April 7th, 2009, when you can play it right now?