F.E.A.R. (review) was a great game, and its sequel, Project Origin, has been looking as if it would be a great game also, even if it’s been pushed back to next year. However, the rights to the game have always been a bit of a muddle.
Finally, news on the Hellboy II: The Golden Army DVD has come out, though it seems like it was just the other day we were raving about our first time seeing it.
"Challenge is a dragon with a gift in its mouth ... Tame the dragon and the gift is yours." - Noela Evans
I know we mentioned this in a previous Horrorfest story, but since this is yet another excuse for you to go check out hot women screaming, it bears repeating: The time has come to start the search for Miss Horrrorfest 2008!
All you fans out there who’ve been anxiously awaiting more news on the forever-in-development adaptation of American McGee’s Alice videogame can finally rest easy; it ain't happening.
Those guys running Fantastic Fest down in Austin, TX sure are nice to their fans and know what they need to do to get more. That’s why they’ve announced a partnership with AMD and Bside to provide those who can’t make it to Fantastic Fest a chance to see some great films from the comfort of their own home!
Mike DeLuca, former president of production at New Line, is returning to the scaled-down label to produce an adaptation of the forthcoming time-travel thriller The Thirteenth Hour, written by Richard Doetsch, according to this morning’s Variety.
In Dead Fury, BlackArro Productions' latest 82-minute horror-gore-cartoon, a zombie-demon gets its head blasted apart from a slew of shotgun pellets, bloodshed and brains spreading into the air. Max, the hero of the story, rushes in with his pick axe, tearing off its legs, ripping out its guts, and slicing the fallen corpse into pieces.
Daniel Newman may be playing Malachai, but who is going to lead the army of children in the onslaught against the adults? Why ... it's little Cody!
Fangoria has teamed up with Two Boots Pioneer Theater to bring John Gulager's Feast 2: Sloppy Seconds to us via a free screening on October 3!
Toy2R dropped off some new artwork for a special limited edition Qee that will be available this Halloween.
How cool would it be to both witness exclusive content from a badass monster movie and win $2500? Well, you can find out by signing up for the Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer Sweepstakes, which kicks into gear today!
I know a lot of you out there, myself included, are eagerly looking forward to Marvel’s forthcoming comic translation of Stephen King’s The Stand, but you won’t have to wait too much longer. In fact, UGO has an exlclusive look at the first issue’s first six pages, to whet your apocalyptic appetite even more.
Fans of John Everson's Bram Stoker Award winning book, Covenant (review), will have a chance to meet the author and have their copy of the novel personalized as early as this Friday.
Over the weekend we were dropped the good news from Broken and The Devil’s Chair (review) director Adam Mason that one of his first short films called “Prey”, made years before Broken (review) and since believed to be lost, has been found and is available exclusively for Dread Central readers!