Ready to dip your toes into the bloody remnants left behind by a veritable Orgy of Blood? Good because .... what? What do you mean it's not sanitary? I swear we're surrounded by pussies lately!
More DVD news comes today, this time from Dark Sky Films as they bless us with a crazy piece of artwork and the specs from their upcoming DVD release of Deadgirl (review here).
And it also lacks a few other things too ... like good artwork and, according to our Albino Farm review, Albinos! What a world. WHAT A WORLD!
It may surprise some of Jeff Rebner’s fans that his Land of Nod exhibition at the Hyaena Gallery (1928 W. Olive in Burbank) is the first time that the artist is actually doing a full showing of his work there.
The artwork for Richard Stanley's long sought after film Hardware has finally surfaced, and we kind of dig the minimalist approach even though, once again, there was nothing wrong with the original artwork to begin with.
We've been following the progress of Greg Lamberson’s Slime City Massacre fairly closely, and today we got word that filming of the indie flick has wrapped after a 19-day shoot at various locations in Buffalo, New York, including an abandoned postal facility adjacent to the dormant Central Terminal Station. In addition, Lee Perkins, who plays Mason, has provided with the first look at his character, both pre- and post-sliming.
Along with the opening of the official Priest website comes the first look at Paul Bettany in the live action adaptation of Tokyo Pop's horror western comic book Priest.
A trailer has surfaced for Darkness Falls and TCM: The Beginning director Jonathan Liebesman's new film The Killing Room, and we have it for you all cold and dead-like.
It may have been mostly shunned by the Emmys (garnering only Outstanding Art Direction, Casting, and Main Title Design nominations from them), but HBO's "True Blood" got the recognition it so richly deserves from the Television Critics Association over this past weekend.
If you've upgraded your system to include a Blu-ray player, then this is a pretty good week for you as August 4th will see the release of a few old friends including Blade II, Hannibal Rising, and Mimic. On the newer end of the spectrum, we have sci-fi/horror hybrids Alien Uprising and The Mutant Chronicles along with watch-it-at-your-own-risk fare like Cravings, The Chaos Experiment, Nature's Grave, and the anthology Slices.
There's one thing you should fear about Italy. It's not the Cosa Nostra or even the danger presented by that wacky leaning tower; it's the Monkey Boy. What's that, you ask? Well, the word absurd comes to mind.
Filmmaker Jeff Chitty dropped us a line today with the trailer for his latest movie, Survive!, which proves that more horror can come while visiting an auto repair shop than from just viewing the bill!
The box office results for current releases The Collector (review here) and Orphan (review here) are in, and although neither is burning up the charts, both are logging respectable showings.
Within the next few days we'll be taping our Dinner for Fiends mashup of Comic-Con, Orphan, and the newest kid on the block, The Collector. Before we get in our last words about Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan's latest slice-and-dice endeavor, we thought we'd give the cast and crew a chance to put out a few words of their own.
In the course of updating our San Diego Comic-Con 09 photo gallery, which already includes hundreds of pictures (with more to come) of horror collectibles, costumed attendees, and celebrities both on panels or just walking the convention floor, we realized the newsy bits gathered during the presentation for Showtime's "Dexter" went out via Twitter but never made it to the site. Allow us to correct that oversight immediately.