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Second Teaser Trailer for Patrick Rea's Nailbiter

We've been waiting with bated breath, and yes, bitten nails, for further news about Patrick Rea's second feature film, Nailbiter, and our patience paid off today when Rea sent over the flick's second teaser trailer. From the looks of things, a storm is coming indeed!

New 3D Web Series 13 Minutes to Midnight

Another new web series, this one entitled "13 Minutes to Midnight", is debuting this week, just in time for Halloween. To differentiate itself from the pack, "13 Minutes to Midnight" will also be available in 3D!

Eminem Sampling Another Shady Tail ... I Mean Shady Talez

Rapper Eminem had pulled his nose out of Bruno's tail long enough to stick it right back into a new horror/hip-hop anthology film, Shady Talez!

Mortis Rex Scores a Producer; Filming Starts Next Year

The action horror subgenre will be getting itself some life soon as producer Jim Jacks (the Mummy franchise, A Simple Plan) has signed on to produce Hellboy co-writer Peter Briggs' supernatural action thriller Mortis Rex.

Get Atreyu's Congregation of the Damned for Just $3.99

Time is running out, but for today only on Amazon, Atreyu's new album Congregation of the Damned is available for just $3.99.

MattFini's Halloween Top 10 Lists: Most Memorable End Credit Songs

I set out to create a list of the most memorable horror songs, which slowly morphed into a collection of the most memorable end credit horror songs. And now I suppose it’s a list of the ten most memorable 80s end credit horror songs. But I didn’t set out with that as a guideline. It just sort of happened that way.

Hellraiser Remake Coming at You in 3D

Despite the company ailing a bit, The Weinstein Co. is still busy readying projects for release next year. Among them are lots of hot horror properties including Scream 4 and remakes of Clive Barker's Hellraiser, Scanners, and An American Werewolf in London. Yes, we've reported on all these before so why bring them up again?

Beastly Title Treatment and New Photo

Not to be outdone by The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, which unveiled its logo artwork earlier this week, CBS Films, the company behind Beastly, revealed the slick title treatment for its upcoming edgy teen romance ... and provided a new photo of the film's "beast", played by Alex Pettyfer.

Diagonsis: Death Coming to DVD

Lightning Entertainment has announced a December 29th release date for Diagnosis: Death. Directed by Jason Stutter, this new horror comedy stars Raybon Kan, Jessica Grace Smith, Suze Tye and "The Flight of the Conchords"' Bret McKenzie, Rhys Darby and Jemaine Clement.

Christopher Lee Reflects on His Career

Christopher Lee has been a living legend longer than many of us have been alive, and what better time to check in with the actor than during the Halloween holiday? Today the actor reflected on his career, past and present, while weighing in on the state of modern horror.

Exclusive Video Premiere: Hollywood Undead's No Other Place

In conjunction with our currently running contest for a Hollywood Undead autographed skate deck, a copy of their upcoming CD/DVD Desperate Measures and a band T-shirt, Dread Central and Total Assault are pleased to provide the exclusive premiere of Hollywood Undead's live video of "No Other Place".

Gens to Helm The Fallout

The wonderfully sick mind behind Frontière(s), Xavier Gens, is set to return to the genre (sort of) for The Fallout, a post-apocalyptic thriller set in a futuristic New York City. Unlike his adaptation of the Eidos video game Hitman, this one isn’t an adaptation of the long-running RPG series of the same name.

Exclusive Image: Fear Clinic

In celebration of the release of the new FEARnet series "Fear Clinic", we got our hands on an exclusive still that will appeal to any lover of b-movie mayhem out there. Ready to face one of your fears?

Mick Foley Would Argue Al Snow Has No Legacy

I'm increasingly coming to the conclusion that The Wrestler was a pack of lies. Judging by the number of low budget horror movies starring pro wrestlers past their prime instead of being washed up and struggling to make ends meet, Randy the Ram would have been starring in a movie like The Legacy in place of Al Snow. From playing a crazy wrestler that came to the ring with a severed head to playing a crazy killer more likely to sever heads. A natural progression, I think.

Motion Picture Purgatory: Paranormal Activity

It was No. 1 at the box office last weekend and has been the topic of more discussion among horror fans than just about any other film in recent years. So of course Rick Trembles had to add his $.02 about the phenomenon known as Paranormal Activity.