West Coast indie horror fans have a great chance indulge themselves in a great collection of genre flicks during the first ever Paranoia Fest from March 13-15 in Long Beach, CA. The best part? The festival will take place aboard the world famous Queen Mary. Enjoy today’s creepiest new horror films aboard this unique property as they are screened in some of the most haunted parts of The Queen!
The man himself finally commented on having to re-cast the role of young Michael Myers because intended actor Daeg Faerch has hit a hell of a growth spurt since the first film.
Looking for DVD news about upcoming creature features starring predators of the sea duking it out, DMX fighting a giant snake, intergalactic beatnik zombie invaders, and good ol' psycho Sasquatch bloodying up the forest? You've come to the right place today.
Author Stephen Romano gave horror fans a rare vintage treat last year with his Shock Festival novel that paid homage to the schlock and B-movies genre by creating a history of visuals and stories about films that only existed in the depths of his massive imagination.
Just about a week ago we told you about an interview in which producer Ray Haboush spoke about a supposed Re-Animator redux in 3D. Now we are here to tell you that it all could have been a load of crap.
Remember when Sarah Michelle Gellar was the kind of star who seemed fun to be around? She had charisma by the boatload on "Buffy", but as soon as she moved on to the big screen, she inexplicably left it all behind. Now all we have is the pensive looking Gellar who needs to wear a white turtleneck and scarf in every film. The downward spiral continues as her latest movie Possession has been exorcised to home video.
Hey, Mark. What's goin' on? It's good to see you. We hear you are attached to one of the hottest scripts in Hollywood. What's that all about? Okay, well, it was great to meet you. Say hello to ya motha fa' me, okay?
As they did with the first two Death Note live action films, Viz Pictures, an affiliate of VIZ Media, LLC, that focuses on Japanese live-action film distribution, has announced that it will team with NCM Fathom to present Death Note: L, Change the World in a limited two-night, multi-city event on April 29th and 30th.
"I kick ass for the Lord!" There's no way in the world a horror fan can whip out that quote from Peter Jackson's Dead Alive (or Brain Dead for you purists out there) without cracking a smile and reliving the badassery of it all in our heads. Well holy shit. Screen Gems announced today that yet another priest will soon be kicking ass!
We need more movies about violent experiments, damnit! Luckily that's exactly what we get when it comes to Alex Birrell's new film Braincell! Fangoria.com got the first peek at the trailer, and I've gotta say it looks pretty damned violent!
Resident Evil 5 hits store shelves next Friday, and I'm sure everyone interested will dive head first into the ghastly goodness that is the latest frightful chapter in this series. But what do we do after the last bullet has been fired in the game's main story?
The guys behind the upcoming adaptation of Jack Ketchum's Offspring just dropped off another exclusive webisode for your viewing pleasure.
Well, the first men in the small screen rendition of The Witches of Eastwick have been cast to deal with all the copious amounts of magical estrogen that will no doubt be flowing through the series' veins. Joining the cast are Johann Urb (2012) and Jon Bernthal (Night at the Museum).
As you well know, the best damned zombie game on the planet is getting an upgrade soon in the form of DLC (that's downloadable content for you non-gamers), and the lucky bastards at IGN.com got to preview it.
Wanna see cool? How about a Saw themed rollercoaster? That's right, kids, if you're in the UK and looking for a ride with the proper amount of fear injection, Thorpe Park has your prescription!