Before 30 Days of Night came out, Return to House on Haunted Hill helmer Victor Garcia directed a prequel series to the film called 30 Days of Night: Blood Trails that you could only find on the Comcast On Demand channel Fearnet.
Brad Anderson’s next exercise in slow pacing and dramatic tension, Transsiberian (review), will be getting a limited theatrical release here in the states come July 15th.
Likely hoping to hit the same level of critical success he had with The Black Dahlia, THR reports that Brian DePalma has signed on to direct The Boston Stranglers (note the plurality), and adaptation of Susan Kelly’s Boston Stranglers: The Public Conviction of Albert DeSalvo and the True Story o
Ever since Platinum Dunes decided to remake The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, nothing really surprises me anymore as far as remakes are concerned. Faces of Death, I will admit, was really the last one that made my head turn ... until this morning.
Attention East Coasters! The Two Boots Pioneer Theater, located at 155 East 3rd St and Avenue A in New York City, has just announced a badass screening of Julian Doyle’s Chemical Wedding, with a very special guest in attendance!
NBC's horror anthology Fear Itself kicks off in just a couple of days, and in all honesty I hope it does well for the sake of the horror genre. Without boobs and extreme violence to rely on, there's a good chance decent stories may actually be conjured up.
Thirty years have passed since a certain killer donned a William Shatner mask and started hunting down young people in Haddonfield. A number of sequels and one remake later, fans still want more of the classic than anything else. They're gonna get it.
I really can’t wait for Ti West’s House of the Devil; it just sounds like so much damn Satanic fun, which you have to admit is the best kind.
There are times I try to fool myself and pretend you guys listen to Dinner for Fiends for our insightful commentary on the latest and greatest in horror happenings. Deep down inside, though, I know it's because we're just fucking strange.
Now that post-production has wrapped on the indie film from Emmemax Films, Lonely Joe, it’s about time for the movie to be seen by the masses, don’t you think? To judge it as only an objective audience can?
I can’t deny that I’m pretty excited to see what first-time director David Hackl does with his first entry in the Saw series, Saw V. I really enjoyed the fourth one a lot more than the rest, and I hope that's an indication of a series upswing.
Ah, yes! Cute kids! Bare branches! Wire work! You can just smell the happiness in the air when it comes to the cotton candy sweetness that is the upcoming slice of teeny-bopper horror Twilight.
Do you have the crazy? No? Believe you me, you WANT the crazy! The Signal still remains on many fans' top films of the year list and with good reason -- it kicks ass! Know what that means right? Time to give away stuff!
Warran Zide, the producer behind most of the American Pie films and the first three Final Destination flicks, has decided to mix his experience with the horror and comedy genres into one pot to create --wait for it-- the Harvard Zombie Massacre!
If you saw The Strangers (review) this past week, there's a good chance the trailer for REC's American remake played before the feature presentation. Up until now the film's rating was still in limbo.