Nope, we're not talking about the blown-up results from a prostate exam; we're referring to some new art for Joe Dante's upcoming supernatural thriller The Hole. You people have such dirty, tasteless minds. That's why we love you so.
Something smell a little fishy to you? Yep, the sour stench of date switching is in the air. But it's not all bad. In fact, you'll hardly notice!
The horror film with quite possibly one of the most bizarre titles ever, Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre, has gotten itself a trailer today for you to watch along with the whales, and said massacre of course.
Valve Software announced yesterday that a new DLC pack for the original Left 4 Dead is due in September. ‘Crash Course’ is a new chapter to the game, set between the original ‘No Mercy’ and ‘Death Toll’ campaigns.
Back in 2004 a little Belgian movie with the strange title of Calvaire hit the festival circuit before going straight to DVD here in the States. Now, I don't know about you, but that film was SO disturbing to me on so many levels: the Penguin Dance, the village with no women, the innkeeper Bartel and his obvious confusion when itinerant entertainer Marc Stevens shows up on his doorstep a few days before Christmas. And the pig.
There's no question one of the most anticipated films of this year is the Peter Jackson produced alien epic District 9 directed by Neill Blomkamp. Does it live up to the hype? Signs point to HELL YES!
And the first looney ... er ... we mean actor. Yes, the first actor to sign on to Darren Lynn Bousman's upcoming redux of Charles Kaufman's 1980 cult classic has been named, and lord only knows what mayhem and carnage await her!
"Fear Itself" should be pretty fresh in your minds considering it's hitting DVD soon with some very bitchin' artwork. The short-lived show was like the unofficial third season of "Masters of Horror". For various reasons it was pulled before it could run its final five episodes.
For those of you that haven't heard, the world is going to end on December 21, 2012. We know this because the Mayan calendar ends on that date, and who are we to dispute the timetable skills of a long extinct culture. For those of you who are unsure of what to expect three years from now, Roland Emmerich has a movie opening this November depicting the apocalypse to come. Or you can wait another year for the Syfy Channel version Bryan Singer has in the works.
In an act of complete nepotism, this scribe is proud to announce that his sister Peggy Decker’s horror short Crymson Water (which she executive produced and which was filmed in Northern California last summer) will premiere this Sunday, August 9 at the Raven Performing Arts Theater in Healdsburg, CA (115 North Street). Doors open at 7:00 pm (as does the wine and micro-brew bar) and admission is $7 – not a bad price to find out “Who Guards the Lifeguards?” (as the film’s tag-line questions).
Hellbound Hearts is one of the coolest literary projects happening in the horror genre right now. In fact, short of Barker getting off his bum and giving us the goddamn third book of the Art, there isn't much else that could get me this excited!
This October's Halloween Horror Nights will be given a little more distinction when it's tied into the Chiller-Eyegore Awards.
Fresh off his stint working with 33-year-old Communist dwarfs who sound like Dracula, director Jaume Collet-Serra is set to helm yet another film for Dark Castle Entertainment, and he's bringing a Jedi with him!
In a pretty ambitious sweepstakes, Rogue Pictures and MovieTickets.com are offering you an opportunity to win a hefty sum of cash or your own perfect getaway, courtesy of the new David Twohy thriller A Perfect Getaway.
Remember when it would take nearly a year for your favorite flicks to make the jump from theatres to home video? Long turn-around time seems to be a thing of the past, I tell ya!