Now this is my kind of Twilight story! For the first time in 40 years, The Harvard Lampoon will publish a parody novel, this time putting a tongue-in-cheek spin on Stephenie Meyer’s best-selling Twilight series. The book is entitled Nightlight.
The official poster for Peter Jackson's The Lovely Bones surfaced today, and it is ... quite lovely indeed!
I gotta say Dave Parker's The Hills Run Red having watched it a second time is really starting to grow on me. Trick 'r Treat, on the other hand, knocked me flat from the first frame, and I'm already planning to curl up with the Blu-ray again. The really cool news is that if you want to meet the creative geniuses behind these groovy flicks, keep on reading to get into the know!
Before the Resident Evil franchise is, rightfully, rebooted, we're going to have one more foray into the half-assed world of clones, superpowers and convoluted, half-baked ideas courtesy of Paul W.S. Anderson. Read on for a full cast list and plot breakdown.
Quirk Classics has had such great success with its Pride and Prejudice and Zombies that it's preparing a Deluxe Heirloom Edition of the best seller. Read on for all the details.
Another sequel no one is clamoring for, Mirrors 2, is apparently proceeding full steam ahead, and today some details were revealed including the film's director and a brief outline of the storyline.
His character Jigsaw may be "dead" (in the world of Saw it's always safer include those quotation marks), but that's not stopping Tobin Bell from playing a major role in the promotion machine for Saw VI, as evidenced by the featurette that just showed up on MySpace.
Following up on the story we ran recently with an update on indie flick Boggy Creek, today we got ahold of four early stills from the production that indicate things are looking suitably swampy.
Although the Andrew Lloyd Webber play and subsequent film version of Phantom of the Opera were admittedly light on horror, the Phantom himself is still one of the big daddies of the genre as far as we're concerned, so we'd be remiss if we didn't let you guys know about an in-the-works sequel from Webber entitled Love Never Dies set in, of all place, Coney Island, New York.
It's been a long while since we've heard anything about Kevin Smith's proposed horror film entitled Red State. A while back the Weinsteins passed on the script so the project has been homeless, much like the Myers character in RZ's H2. However, it looks as if things are finally coming together.
I’m not sure why I only started watching Dexter about a month ago, but now that I’m addicted I have to ask myself: Why did I wait so long? It’s hard to think of another show out there that incorporates great writing and acting so seamlessly (although The Shield comes to mind). And with that said, today’s announcement of ongoing webisodes has definitely got me hungry for more!
Looking to take in a little bit of mayhem? Well then, how about trying five minutes from Ti West's House of the Devil (review here) on for size? It's like an old comfy blood-stained sweater!
Horror activist and Repo enthusiast Spooky Dan Walker carved his way through this year's annual Shriekfest 2009 film festival, and has brought back with him a cool video that encapsulates the event's many sights and sounds.
With Paranormal Activity quickly reaching cult fame amongst the horror fanbase, the film's producers are hard at work trying to find us some new reasons to be afraid of the dark.
If this trailer is any indication of the finished product, the indie zombie/ghost/possession flick Haunting Kira looks like it could be a pretty fun ride. We've been deceived before, to be sure, but I'm curious to see more of this one. Come inside and check this one out.