With the release of Bruce Koehler's slasher featuring TNA Superstar Kurt Angle, all sorts of things are popping up, including a new teaser and website for the film, which is entitled End Game.
One of the more successful graphic novel to film adaptations in recent memory was most definitely Coraline, and we received word that just last week it premiered on stage in (where else?) New York City.
Genius Products announced today that Haylie Duff's fight for your life terror vehicle Backwoods will be hitting DVD on June 23rd. We know you've been waiting for it! Just hang in there!
After months of talking about it, the John Hillcoat-helmed The Road based on Cormac McCarthy's Pulitzer Prize winning novel of the same name finally has a trailer.
From the creator of such wondrous and chilling films as The Devil's Backbone and Pan's Labyrinth now comes perhaps the ultimate in fear. "They have always been here. Vampires. In secret and in darkness. Waiting. Now their time has come. One week - Manhatten One month - The country Two months - The World"
Tired of the same old/same old superheroes and looking for a new comic series to sink your teeth into? Well, search no further! VIZ Media has just launched in North America a manga entitled Ikigami: The Ultimate Limit that promises to send a chill down the spines of its readers.
With excitement reaching a fever-pitch for Terminator Salvation, it's only fitting that we take a look back at the second biggest film in the franchise, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, which is scoring a Skynet Edition Blu-ray release on May 19th!
In a little more than a week from now, the machines will rise and Skynet will begin kicking our collective asses. Good thing we have John Connor on our side to level the playing field a bit. To celebrate the fourth film in the Terminator franchise, Warner Brothers have given us several audio interviews with the cast and crew to share with you guys! Dig it!
With Season Two of "True Blood" right around the corner, HBO has released a new teaser poster heralding the return of our favorite toothy series, and oh, how we LOVE being teased!
If you live in Portland, Oregon (as I do) or close by, or just happen to be in the area this weekend, make sure to check out the Zompire Undead Film Festival being held May 15-17, 2009, at the classic Hollywood Theater (where Bruce Campbell himself has premiered and hosted showings of The Man With The Screaming Brain and My Name Is Bruce).
After the success of Let the Right One In, we've been waiting to see what the next big thing from Sweden might be, and today we got word from Stockholm Syndrome Film, the filmmakers behind Madness, that their debut project will be shown at this year's Cannes film festival.
And the news just keeps rolling in! So what if it's well after 3:00 am here in California! You East Coasters need your morning updates, damnit! Next up on the old reporting block: the DVD art and date for IFC Films' DVD release of Pontypool (review here).
Kane Hodder has enjoyed a long career delivering some memorable kills and playing fierce monsters and villains. But now it’s his time to step out from behind the mask and enjoy his moment as Kane Hodder, the actor.
Director Chris Fisher wants to set the record straight on a few issues surrounding his latest project, S. Darko, which had the internet buzzing with malice ever since the word got out that there was going to a be companion film to Richard Kelly’s cult classic Donnie Darko.
The Tribeca Film Festival is as much a staple of New York City as the buildings lining its streets or the cab drivers flipping you off. We are inundated with countless new projects from across the planet, all packed into a few days. This year's lineup didn't leave much room for our lovely horror, but there were some moments to be had!