Mama and her boys have found a new home on the World Wide Web. That's right, loonies, the official website for Darren Bousman's remake of the cult classic Mother's Day has opened its doors and is chock full of goodies including an introduction from the director and stars!
Medicom has held a Disney license for some time now ... sometimes creating beautiful vinyl figures capturing every inch of your favorite characters and sometimes taking that character to extremes we never expected!
It's been a little over a year since the launch of Mike Costanza's EerieTube, an online anthology series comprised of terrifying, cutting edge horror webisodes. Now, just in time for Halloween '09, EerieTube, in conjunction with Radical Publishing, is pleased to announce an exciting new opportunity for fans to win some amazing prizes, including a copy of FVZA: Federal Vampire and Zombie Agency #1.
This week Trembles again takes us back in time ... to 1969 and Tesuo Ishii's Inferno of Torture.
Lionsgate is busy dropping more horror onto Blu-ray! This time they're hitting us with three classics to get you going on your high-definition tangent, but be warned -- there could be a really nagging down along with this set of 1080 ups!
Ready for a quick look at what's in store for everyone's favorite serial killing family man next Sunday? Not to worry! We've got you and your dark passenger covered!
Wondering whom you'll be seeing walking their last mile on the black carpet at this year's Scream Awards 2009? Wonder no longer as we've got the full line-up for your paparazzi loving approval. The two-hour extravaganza will premiere on Spike TV on Tuesday, October 27 (10:00 PM-Midnight, ET/PT).
Fans of HBO's "True Blood" are as rabid as they are because -- pardon the pun -- the show offers so very much to sink the old teeth into. Especially the relationship between Bill (Stephen Moyer) and Sookie (Anna Paquin), who incidentally are engaged to be married in real life. As if the couple can't get enough of each other already, it appears that they plan to share the screen once again in an upcoming thriller called Open House.
More stuff for the Twilighteers (like the Mouseketeers only far more emo and with thick eyebrows instead of funny ears) out there. The official The Twilight Saga: New Moon Twitter page is now open so you can follow along with all the latest developments on the sequel the rest of us can live without.
Ti West's The House of the Devil (review here) is one of those movies that really has to be seen to be appreciated. It's a love letter to all the Seventies and Eighties Satan worshiping flicks those of us in our thirties and forties grew up loving, and holy cow does it look and feel completely authentic. Seriously, if you didn't know this was new, it could easily pass for an old classic. Need an example? How about a new clip?
The Saw franchise has always been about playing games and solving puzzles. Now you get to be part of the action by solving a special puzzle of your own to see an exclusive new clip from the film!
**UPDATE: According to the Twilight Twitter page, "Due to overwhelming demand, THE TWILIGHT SAGA: NEW MOON soundtrack is being released this Friday!** Probably more like ... Since all the music's been leaked anyway, we're moving up the date, but no doubt the fans are happy nonetheless.
Another great selection of DVDs hits store shelves this week (it's obviously October!) including one of the year's most fun films, Sam Raimi's Drag Me to Hell; the long-awaited Richard Stanley classic Hardware; Blu-rays of The Craft, Killer Movie, and Midnight Movie; and for the Robert Pattinson completists there's The Haunted Airman, a BBC television movie that was filmed five years ago and aired in the UK in 2006.
A new clip for director Christoper Smith's Triangle (review here), which stars Melissa George, has surfaced on EmpireOnline, and it looks like poor George is not having the kind of cruise promised by the likes of Carnival and Cunard.
A couple of Dread Central staffers were discussing our preliminary picks for the best films of 2009 the other day, and one that we all agreed on was Neill Blomkamp's stellar District 9 (review here).