As they did with the first two Death Note live action films, Viz Pictures, an affiliate of VIZ Media, LLC, that focuses on Japanese live-action film distribution, has announced that it will team with NCM Fathom to present Death Note: L, Change the World in a limited two-night, multi-city event on April 29th and 30th.
"I kick ass for the Lord!" There's no way in the world a horror fan can whip out that quote from Peter Jackson's Dead Alive (or Brain Dead for you purists out there) without cracking a smile and reliving the badassery of it all in our heads. Well holy shit. Screen Gems announced today that yet another priest will soon be kicking ass!
We need more movies about violent experiments, damnit! Luckily that's exactly what we get when it comes to Alex Birrell's new film Braincell! Fangoria.com got the first peek at the trailer, and I've gotta say it looks pretty damned violent!
Resident Evil 5 hits store shelves next Friday, and I'm sure everyone interested will dive head first into the ghastly goodness that is the latest frightful chapter in this series. But what do we do after the last bullet has been fired in the game's main story?
The guys behind the upcoming adaptation of Jack Ketchum's Offspring just dropped off another exclusive webisode for your viewing pleasure.
Well, the first men in the small screen rendition of The Witches of Eastwick have been cast to deal with all the copious amounts of magical estrogen that will no doubt be flowing through the series' veins. Joining the cast are Johann Urb (2012) and Jon Bernthal (Night at the Museum).
As you well know, the best damned zombie game on the planet is getting an upgrade soon in the form of DLC (that's downloadable content for you non-gamers), and the lucky bastards at IGN.com got to preview it.
Wanna see cool? How about a Saw themed rollercoaster? That's right, kids, if you're in the UK and looking for a ride with the proper amount of fear injection, Thorpe Park has your prescription!
We've had some great times doing our monthly Dinner for Fiends podcasts. We've gotten pretty out of hand every so often, but it has always been in the name of fun and love for our genre.
While it may not be Ghostbusters, there looks to be another paranormal based comedy in the works from Paramount Vantage based upon Trey Hamburger's supernatural comedy novel Ghosts/Aliens.
Over at MTV Movie Blogs, special effects wizard Tony Gardner is giving up some 411 on the new zombie comedy currently in production, Zombieland. According to Gardner, “Basically, it’s the end of the world; the entire nation is zombies. And [the humans] are trying to get from the east coast to the west coast.”
We recently got an update from Patrick Rea, SenoReality's short film writer/director/producer/editor extraordinaire, as to what events will be showcasing some of their works in the near future.
Looking to pencil in some dates on your horror event calendar? Good! Because New Line dropped some info on us that you're not going to want to miss.
All the Boys Love Mandy Lane beauty Amber Heard will be teaming with Odette Yustman, last seen running around in her panties in The Unborn, for the thriller And Soon the Darkness.
It seems like every single day there's something new to report on concerning Rob Zombie's Halloween 2. The scary part? We're a long way from its release date of August 28th, 2009, so lord knows what goodies there are to come!