And Halo-8 continues its quest to bring fans some truly unique genre programming. This time it's director Adam Wingard's slice of mind altering horror known as Pop Skull.
"When I was little, we found a man. He looked like - like, butchered. The old woman in the village crossed themselves... and whispered crazy things, strange things. "El Diablo cazador de hombres." Only in the hottest years this happens. And this year, it grows hot. We begin finding our men. We found them sometimes without their skins... and sometimes much, much worse. "El demonio que hace trofeos de hombres y lulz" means the demon who makes trophies of men and lulz."
They say when you play with fire you're bound to get burned. That's how I feel a lot of the time when I tune in to watch a new Sci-Fi Channel original movie. Their new pyrokinetic thriller Fireball might be the next one to leave me feeling like I've been burnt.
It's been a long while since we've heard anything about Crispin Glover's next genre project, I Scream Man, but an update on the film's progress has just hit, and as always it's our duty to keep you in the loop.
Hey Acker-monsters! We have got your chance to get your hands on something truly special this week. Something that is guaranteed to be near impossible to find in the near future!
Well, I guess it’s commendable that the Pang Brothers (Danny and Oxide) are aiming pretty freakin’ high for their next project. In their return to the genre that put them on the map, the Pangs are ready to offer up some more chills for horror fans with their newest movie, The Child’s Eye in 3D . Their first scare-fest, 2002’s The Eye , is of course the source material for the 2008 Jessica Alba debacle/film.
The cast list for Joss Whedon’s new project Cabin in the Woods just got a little longer tonight.
You know that with another HUGE remake in theatres it wasn't gonna be long before we waxed on about its pros and cons. This time out Creepy, The Foywonder, Andrew Kasch, and special guest Ben Rock hashed out the good, the bad, and the over-cooked.
About two weeks ago we told you about Patrick Tatopoulos' latest film, Nonstop. A bit more has come out about the project to bring to your ever so curious attention!
It's always nice to start off the week with some very good news, and that's just what we have for you this morning. Today is the day that the legendary Godfather of Gore, Herschell Gordon Lewis, steps behind the camera once again on his latest film, Grim Fairy Tale.
"Why Am I Here?" So reads the cover of Dr. Sam Loomis' new book, The Devil Walks Among Us. Hopefully that's what audiences won't find themselves thinking as they're watching Rob Zombie's Halloween 2 come August 28th.
The Danish Film Rovdrift, also known as Bleed With Me, has been under way for three years now. And what better way to let the world know that it's finally finished than to unveil the trailer and some juicy stills?
Picture if you will waking up one day not knowing who or where you are. Of course, this happens to me at least once a week, so I'm kind of used to it, but for others such an experience could be the gateway for terror. Welcome to the latest UK chiller, The Fallow Field.
Indie film connoisseur Avery dropped some new stills from the Sasquatchploitation epic The Shrieking in our mailbox today, and what better way to spend a Saturday afternoon than staring at images for an upcoming Bigfoot movie?
It's the first full day of spring, a time of rebirth and rejuvenation. It's also a time of another "re" word -- remake -- but I'm going to temporarily put that trend on hold (other than reminding you all to read Adam Gierasch's blog Creepy Mofos ... Creepy Movies, the first subject of which happens to be those pesky re-dos).