You may have heard about the wonderful documentary Blood, Boobs & Beast on various horror and indie film websites over the past year or so about the career of independent horror filmmaker Don Dohler. The doc is finally on its way to DVD courtesy of Troma, and it'll come complete with what is arguably Dohler's most famous film, Night Beast.
Just a quick heads up to you all; the Night of the Living Dead Megos are now officially in stock! If you’ve been waiting to get one of these badass, one of a kind, limited collectibles … well now’s the time to stop waiting!
While Daniel Simpson is still waiting for things to move on the freaky stop-motion nightmare Born, he managed to get up the funding and time to shoot another film called Spiderhole.
One would think that a trilogy of movies detailing the emo war between vampires and werewolves would be enough, but oh no. Underworld creator Len Wiseman talked about where he wants to see the franchise go now that the trilogy is complete.
Talk about under the radar. The sequel to the lackluster first person Vietnam War shooter Shell Shock is carrying with it a new twist -- your enemies are now undead! Enter Shellshock 2: Blood Trails, the first ever Vietcong zombie game.
It seems Liongate is coming out with a new collection of DVD releases under the banner of it being "The Lost Collection: The best movies you totally forgot about".
Trade magazine Production Weekly has reported that Pascal Laugier is considering signing up to direct a mad canine thriller aptly dubbed Dogs.
IGN.com scored themselves an age restricted trailer for the upcoming mutant mash The Mutant Chronicles (review here) and as long as you're of age and don't mind a little mayhem, I suggest you check it out. We don't want to corrupt today's youth or anything like that, ya know?
Genius Products released the cover art for the hugely controversial and highly acclaimed French film Martyrs today. but the release date seems to be a little bit unclear at this point.
Planning to be in LA or the surrounding area next Friday? If so you ought to take advantage of the opportunity to dig on the stellar His Name Was Jason documentary on the big screen, along with some of the cast and the crew!
I don’t know if you’re looking forward to The Uninvited, a remake of the Korean hit A Tale of Two Sisters, but it’s out on January 30th, and you know, being a horror fan, that you’re going to be there when it opens.
If there was any doubt that The Hulk is still a force to be reckoned with, the over $135 million domestic box office haul by Ed Norton and Louis Leterrier's The Incredible Hulk (DVD/Blu-ray review here) has proven his incredible staying power as a Marvel comic icon.
With Rob Zombie's Halloween 2 quickly becoming a reality, little bits of news have trickled out here and there such as casting announcements, etc. How about some real details?
The blokes behind the upcoming horror comedy Lesbian Vampire Killers just dropped us a line with a trio of new images from the film, which you can see below. The film stars the “Gavin & Stacey” one-two punch of James Corden and Matthew Horne, playing two guys looking to get away for a weekend of debauchery only to come face-to-fang with a village overrun by hot lesbian vampires! Doesn’t sound too bad to me…
It’s been a while since we’ve had a status update on Paul Davis’ Beware the Moon: Remembering An American Werewolf in London (review). Since it was announced back in June by director John Landis that the documentary would be a part of Universal’s upcoming Blu-ray release of the movie, little has come out in terms of details.