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Atari Gets Ghostbusters & Riddick Games

It’s odd to be sourcing Variety for a story like this, but I guess since the titles we’re discussing are based on popular movies it does make sense...

Whiteout Blows in September '09

Dominic Sena's big screen version of the graphic novel Whiteout finally has a release date, but you all are going to have to wait quite a while to see it.

Twilight's UK Quad

While I'd love to point out how all the Twilight posters so far have been interchangeable, we'll just let this poster IMP Awards found speak for itself...

Columbia Pictures Revives Preacher Adaptation!

Back in August we got hit with the bad news that HBO decided to drop the potential Preacher mini-series and left the chance of seeing the DC/Vertigo comic in live-action form in limbo. We were getting used to the idea that Jesse Custer's fight to find God and understand the demon that possesses him may never see the light of day. That was until Columbia Pictures stepped in!

Shaun & Riki-Oh Screen in LA this Halloween!

Sure, there may be a lot to do in L.A. this Friday, Halloween night ... but how often do you get a chance to see a double bill of Shaun of the Dead and Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky?!

Sneak Peek at El Superbeasto

It's been a while since we've heard anything new regarding The Haunted World of El Superbeasto, but today gossip site Defamer of all places boasts of having been provided "a sneak peek at the first footage ever shown of Rob Zombie's upcoming, decidedly R-rated animated film."

Long Weekend Trailer

Just the other day we showed you the first few pics from Jamie Blanks’ (Storm Warning) upcoming remake of Long Weekend; today we can follow it up with the first teaser trailer for the film!

Cold Spots Special: Buddy's Bar, Buckton, PA

Through the course of writing Cold Spots, we’ve taken our readers on a tour of the U.S., taking a look at the most haunted and strangest places from each state. In many cases, the articles are written about places by speaking to eyewitnesses, reading newspaper reports, and trusting in the skill of other paranormal investigative entities to provide evidence of hauntings, taking only the most interesting and disturbing pieces to illustrate the history of the locations.

Martyrs Director Officially in Talks for Hellraiser

Well, it’s official; Martyrs helmer Pascal Laugier is in negotiations with Bob & Harvey Weinstein to write and direct the remake of Hellraiser, which you should recall was once in the hands of the French duo behind Inside before their take on the material proved too freaky.

Poster & Plot for Doug Buck's The Broken Imago!

The latest film from “Cutting Moments” director Douglas Buck, The Broken Imago, is only a teaser trailer right now, but it’s a teaser trailer that’s preparing to win hearts and minds with its tale of a virus that targets only adults.

Shyamalan, Dowdles & Devils!

Seeing as how the John Dowdle directed Quarantine (review) and M. Night Shyamalan's tale of deadly trees both failed to impress many of us, there's a good chance that combining the power of both filmmakers may produce something semi-quasi-somewhat amusing. Well, we're hoping, at least.

Autopsy & Dying Breed Confirmed for Horrorfest III

Just a few weeks ago we found out that Autopsy and Dying Breed (review) were going to be part of After Dark Horrorfest III, but now we can finally say the announcement is official thanks to a press release from After Dark Film's CEO Courtney Solomon.

Gaiman's Graveyard Book Headed to Big Screen

Neil Gaiman’s latest novel, The Graveyard Book, just hit #1 on the New York Times bestseller’s list, and Gaiman couldn’t be happier about it. He recently chatted up the folks at MTV to talk all things scary and revealed that a movie version is already in the works.

First Look at Raimi's Drag Me to Hell!

MTV is celebrating Halloween in the way only a huge, multi-national corporation that feeds on the souls of the young can: with a shitload of exclusives!

The Grudge 3 Trailer is Here!

Toby Wilkins (interview here) has kicked ass and taken names with his debut feature, Splinter, but the first reason we started talking about him was because he got the semi-sweet gig of directing the first non-Shimizu-helmed Grudge sequel.