Fans of Donnie Darko and, more importantly, director Richard Kelly will be happy to hear that his next film, The Box, is very much on track. In fact, tonight Kelly doled out quite a few facts about his next feature.
Stagnight producer Darryn Welch is set to take the director's chair for his latest film Slave, and his first order of business? Enslave Bloodrayne II's Natassia Malthe. Can you blame him?
It's been just over a year since last we talked about Peter A. Dowling's Stagnight, and though there's still no official release in sight, we do have some new images and sales art for you.
Ever wanna just lay waste to your surroundings, or even the surroundings of a good friend or enemy? Then Fox Home Entertainment has the perfect way for you to get out your aggression!
Those of you who are aware of our history understand that we know a thing or two thousand about televised horror. So now the question beckons - how much longer must we get jerked around before we have a channel on TV for horror fans to call their own?
Looking to gear up for the April 7th DVD release of House? It is sporting one hell of a cast -- Bill Moseley, Leslie Easterbrook, Lew Temple ... wait, wasn't this once called The Devil's Rejects? Oh wait ... entirely different movie. Even weirder? This is one of them newfangled Christian horror films! Time to get your Christ on with an exclusive clip!
Good news for those of you anxiously awaiting the release of Cirque du Freak! Universal has finally given the film an official release date!
Five clips from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment went online today to celebrate the film's DVD release on April 7th, 2009, and we've got every single one of them for you! Check them out below, and if interested, pre-order the flick by clicking on the link to our EVILShop on Amazon! Official Synopsis:
Another trailer chock full of indie goodness hit online today in the form of Richard Valentine's Liam-less horror opus The Taken.
A couple of updates on the Rob Zombie's Halloween 2 front: a new picture of Scout as Laurie and even a video chat with Tyler Mane!
Festival programmers Shade Rupe and Chris Bavota announce their first collaboration: the Deep Red International Festival of Fantastic Film, or DRIFFF, debuting in Portland, Oregon at the Clinton Street Theater, April 24-25, and in Seattle at the historic Grand Illusion Cinema, May 8-9.
More college kids looking for a good time have vanished without a trace. The only thing that we know for sure is that they were apparently the victim of Evil Things. Very ... evil ... things.
Since the news about Eve broke a few days ago, the Internet genre sites have been rife with talk about its similarity to another project that is in the works called Hack/Slash. Eve creator Brian Metcalf has spoken out about the situation.
Good news for a horror comedy that looks like one to keep an eye on -- Sally Hawkins, Zoe Wanamaker, Jimi Mistry and Mark Addy have joined the cast of Gurinder Chadha's It's a Wonderful Afterlife which is shooting right now in the U.K.!
Ever notice whenever there's a non-comedy made about magicians they're almost always either using their powers of magic and illusions to fight evil or commit it? The pattern continues with the serial killer thriller Magic Man. The real magic might well be its cast: Billy Zane, Robert Davi, Armand Assante, Bai Ling, Andrew Divoff, and Richard Tyson.