Nate Kenyon’s debut novel, Bloodstone, finally hits mass market paperback this May thanks to the folks at Leisure Books. This marks something of a milestone for the East Coast author, since it will be the second time his book has seen publication since its inception many years ago.
Memorial Day weekend, May 23-25, will be bloody good as Crypticon swings into town courtesy of Random Acts Seattle at the Doubletree Inn & Conference Center in Seattle, WA. For three days horror fans and celebrities will have a chance to mix it up here in the Emerald City.
Julian (The Last Horror Movie) Richards’ latest horror entry, the coming-of-age thriller Summer Scars, just took home two awards from the BAFTA Cymru Awards and signed an all-rights distribution deal through TLA Films.
A few different members of the press have been lucky enough to go hands on with the upcoming Ghostbusters game and have brought back some promising details.
The strangest zombie movie ever made! Discuss Rick's twisted mind in the Dread Central forums!
The British siege movie Outpost (DVD review) somehow managed to make it home to our shores before it ever saw release in its home country, and that just doesn’t make a lick of sense to me. But hey, it’s the movies; you don’t have to make sense to have a good time.
We have finally scored ourselves an exclusive clip from Teeth (review), the vagina dentata movie Dimension Extreme will be releasing on DVD come May 6th. I say “finally” because it wasn’t easy nail this sucker down; some would say it was like pulling teeth!
I'll never forget my first time, man. I was barely a teenager. After what (even at that young age) seemed like years of anticipation, the time had come for me to become a man.
We need us some more Sasquatch features. Is it me or does cryptozoology not get explored enough these days? Good thing we have people like Ryan Schifrin and Abominable (review) around to bring us what we're looking for, but we want more!
Today the producer of Big Bad Wolf (review), Clint Hutchison, dropped us a line to inform us about his latest project Conjurer. A visit to the flick's official site will lead you to a Quicktime trailer and a few pics, but Clint provided us with more! Check them out, below the synopsis.
Variety is reporting that Magnolia Pictures has swept up the distribution rights to the adaptation of Jack Ketchum's Red.
When an anticipated TV show gets its premiere pushed back, there's not much we can do but sit and wait. Unless, of course, the studio starts releasing things to get the hype in swing!
If you're in the camp who believe Alex Proyas' Dark City was severely underrated compared to the Hot Topic nightmare known as The Matrix, then you are not alone. The late '90s release of Dark City on DVD was less than what we fans hoped for, and a decade later we're still waiting for justice.
How many horror fans have stayed awake all night wondering when a Collector's Edition of Universal's Van Helsing would be available. Would they again get to see vampires fly around in daylight? Couches that can kill Kate Beckinsale? Beloved monsters getting the bastard treatment? Plenty of plot holes to trash even the most hardened drinking game veteran?
For a change, it looks like the next two years may have remakes we horror fans actually want to see. Shocking, I know. While there are some stinkers and iffy titles on the way, The Wolfman stands out mainly because of the talented cast assembled for the project ... and we haven't had too many good werewolf films in recent memory.