It was about a week ago that I first brought you news of The Bloody Rage of Bigfoot in 3D. Now new details emerge on what filmmaker James Baack has in store for audiences with this piece of Sasquatchploitation, including a plot synopsis, just how bloody it will be, and why three-dimensional imagery might not be the only thing shooting off the screen.
By now, we've all seen the trailers of creepy shadow people, a boy with strange writing all over his body, and women screaming when the shower curtain attacks them.
The votes are in (2,933 of them in fact), and the winners of the 7th annual Rondo Hatton Awards have been announced. Apparently the big upset this year came in the Best Model, Toy, or Collectible category, where "The Birds Barbie" beat out her competition. No surprise to me; she's been kicking butts and taking names since she first got into town! I certainly ordered mine the first chance I had.
A new ghostly story is due out for theaters this coming weekend, but for the people of one city in the Canadian north, it just might arrive a bit early. A fund raising party in aid of the Canadian Film Centre will be running the film tomorrow night - that's Wednesday, March 25th, at 7 pm!
In the same vein as Shaun of the Dead and Lesbian Vampire Killers (well, maybe not LVK) comes a horror comedy that will help bring out your inner wolf. Or should I say inner werewolf?
Man, it's like Trailer-Tuesday or something. The next bit of visual goodness for your eyes to feast upon is for a little movie called Skeleton Crew.
The Patrick Tatopoulos monster project we've been talking about for a couple of weeks now, Nonstop, finally has a confirmed studio behind it -- Spielberg's Dreamworks. The news broke today along with a few other tasty tidbits of info!
Swedish horror films look to be coming on strong as evidenced by the trailer for the upcoming film Psalm 21. Well, at least someone is making cool horror movies these days.
Well, being a big fan of both Christian Bale’s performance as Patrick Bateman and the vision director Mary Harron used with her adaptation of American Psycho for the big screen, I am definitely excited to report her return to genre films.
No, I'm not referring to one of Lionsgate's sequels, I'm talking about the indie film See Saw. But I gotcha though, didn't I?
Now that the Dread crew have had at The Last House on the Left remake via the latest Dinner for Fiends, you knew it would just be a matter of time before Rick Trembles had his say, too.
How I missed this amount of pure fucking awesome is beyond me. I mean shit, I hadn't really lived until I discovered Austrian Death Machine.
Everyone's favorite undead baby, Grace, has some new digs floating out here on the Net. Do yourself a favor and go check her out. Careful though ... she can be a bit nasty.
It's been a while since we've experienced some good old fashioned fatal attraction (my one night fling with Jaspar the Wonder Donkey and its trainer down in Mexico doesn't count), and Sony Pictures is ready to unleash its new thriller Obsessed to fill that void.