Finally, we take a breath, clear the cobwebs of mourning and peek out from beneath the shadows to find out how the late Forrest J Ackerman continues to do us good. At genre conventions from coast to coast, fans and friends pay tribute to the grand old man who made us monsters!
It may be dubbed "Kids' Day", but Sunday at the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con has just enough genre offerings to keep us busy, yet still able to start winding down as the show closes out its sure to be memorable 40th Anniversary!
Indie anthology Edges of Darkness, which tells three tales set against the backdrop of a zombie apocalypse, is edging closer to a US release with Anchor Bay, according to co-director and co-writer Jason Horton. And it could come as early as September 22nd.
It seems Lars von Trier's Antichrist is far from finished stirring up controversy. His production house Zentropa is working with former Io Interactive writer Morten (Hitman) Iversen to design Eden, a video game based on the film.
Amidst all the press releases and emails about the various panels and interview ops available at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, a new project from Anthony Zuiker caught our attention -- the first "digi-novel" experience, entitled Level 26: Dark Origins.
While it may seem as if a lot of the "big name" genre projects showing off their wares at 2009's San Diego Comic-Con have favored the front end of the show's run, the last two days are pretty chock full of panels and screenings as well. Here's a rundown of Saturday's schedule for those of you sniffing out the horror goods.
Although he's known more for sparkling than drinking blood, it appears Twilight's Edward Cullen does, indeed, hunger. And Tonner has the doll to prove it!
We've got Slimer, Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, and even an angry Stay Puft on the way as a San Diego Comic-Con exclusive. Now Diamond Select Toys rounds out its rotocast bank collection with the iconic Ghostbusters logo.
If the latest bloody still from The Final Destination didn't rev up your anticipation level for the film, then maybe two new TV spots that popped up online will.
One film being shown at this year's Film 4 FrightFest that caught our attention is Rupert Glasson's debut feature, Coffin Rock, described as "a skillfully woven tale of palpable unease and gripping suspense." And if the teaser trailer is any indication, that does indeed seem to be an apt description.
It’s been an insomnia inducing start to Fantasia’s thirteenth year. The opening night screenings had no noteworthy horror entries, so Paul and I spent the evening reconnecting with festival regulars, watched some non-genre movies, and plotted the next three weeks of cinematic mayhem.
A new film from fledgling director MJ Dixon is reported to have wrapped up principal photography over in the UK. Mycho Pictures was kind enough to drop us a note on the status of Creepsville as well as a film synopsis and breakdown to let us know what we're in for. Read below!
More Halloween II goodies have surfaced for you rabid fans that want EVERYTHING! Get ready to dig on some curious desktop wallpaper and some Canadian poster art from a fan!
Before Book of Blood makes its Blu-ray and DVD bow on September 22, horror fans will have the chance to see it at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con ... with Clive Barker in attendance!
Ready for some free ghostly goods? Well we''ve got your chance to win a brand spankin' new copy of The Haunting in Connecticut (review here) on DVD!