I’m still waiting for some more images to start surfacing from Cirque du Freak because something tells me when we start getting a look at the makeup in this film, the excitement level is going to rise dramatically.
Not much of an update, but a sad one nonetheless; Box Office Mojo have learned that Drew Goddard’s Cabin in the Woods, which he co-scripted with Joss Whedon, has moved from its October 23rd, 2009 release date, which would have given horror fans something to choose from and leaves Saw VI likely the only game in town again, to February 5th, 2010.
That distant sound of hooves you're hearing is the Four Horseman finally come to lay claim to the Earth because for the third day in a row we’ve got info about another film project involving Famous Horror Author Joe Knetter.
There’s not a helluva lot to see, but a recent Korean TV report about Park Chan-Wook’s long-anticipated vampire film Thirst showcased the first footage from the film, which you can now see below. Though the film isn’t scheduled for release until May of 2009, hopefully there’s a lot more we’ll be able to share with you guys on it soon!
You can always depend on Lionsgate to roll out some low budget horror movies to DVD, and this coming February won't be any different. Already announced for the shortest month of the year are a supernatural Western shooting for a Grindhouse feel and a direct-to-DVD sequel nobody except for the management at Lionsgate asked for: Dead Noon and Are You Scared 2.
First a new poster and now a new trailer! That's what I call progress! Ready to see what this latest trip to Crystal Lake seems to have in store for us Jason loving faithful? You know you are!
One of the biggest and baddest film festivals of them all, Sundance, just recently announced the full slate of movies for this year's event, and in case you're wondering what genre offerings will be there for consumption, we detail for you some of the highlights!
Some interesting news broke today regarding Universal's pending remake of the Fifties classic The Creature from the Black Lagoon. For months now we've been hearing (and dreading) the choice of Breck Eisner as director for the film, but in a recent interview it seems like we all may be in luck!
Well it was only a matter of time, wasn't it? Twilight dolls are now on their way so let's get ready to accessorize, shall we? *Cues the incessant and shrill swooning of fifteen-year-old girls everywhere*
With Repo! The Genetic Opera enjoying one hell of a successful road tour around the country, you could bet that there would be lots of cool tales to tell surrounding the event. And who better to tell them than the Graverobber himself, Terrance Zdunich?
While the teaser poster was quite simple and exactly as it should be, the newest poster for the latest Platinum Dunes reboot, Friday the 13th, is nothing short of badass! Curious? Then come take a peek!
It's been a while since we heard much about Pulse 3, the Joel Soisson-helmed second sequel to the American remake nobody asked for. But since the DVD drops in just a few weeks -- December 23rd to be exact -- Genius Products and The Weinstein Company have released the box art for the disc along with a couple of choice stills.
Here’s one we keep skipping over coverage on for reasons I’m not entirely sure of (my vote is laziness). It’s definitely a good contender for our genre and if nothing else stars the babe-a-licious Kim Basinger, who just keeps getting more attractive the older she gets.
On the one hand, Howard the Duck is not really horror related. On the other hand, the movie does have the cigar-chomping duck man waging war with a body-snatching alien called the Dark Overlord that eventually manifests itself in the form of a humongous insectoid bent on world domination. Ah, who cares one way or another? Howard the Duck is finally coming to DVD.
Wow, two stories about movies with Joe Knetter in them in two days. If I’m not mistaken that’s one of the Biblical signs of the apocalypse. I could be wrong, though; it’s been a while since I’ve read my Bible.