Dark Sky Films has picked up Isidro Ortiz’s Shiver, about an adolescent whose relocation to an isolated village with his mother is tainted when he becomes the main suspect in a series of shocking events.
Ashley Greene, the smokin’ hot star of this fall’s Twilight, has signed on for the indie thriller Summer according to this morning’s THR. She'll play a girl looking for her long-lost father who runs into a family of serial killers.
Talk about movies that didn’t cry out for a sequel; Variety reports this morning that Rogue Pictures has pulled the trigger on The Strangers 2, with original helmer Bryan Bertino back to pen the script. No word on if he’ll direct again or not.
Twilight, oh how the little girls scream for it. Twilight, oh how their boyfriends will hate it. Twilight, oh how tired I am of it...
We're pleased to announce that once again Dread Central is home to the online premiere of a new short film from SenoReality and Free State Studios.
The Toronto After Dark Film Festival has announced the first batch of new horror, sci-fi, action, and cult feature films that will be shown at the festival this October 17-24.
A few months ago a friend of mine handed me a copy of a movie called Domain of the Damned, directed by Stacy Davidson. At the time I had no idea who Stacy Davidson was, but the movie sounded cool enough so I gave it a shot.
What are you doing tonight? I'm recording a new Dinner for Fiends, but the rest of you in the L.A. area should be heading out to see the Clu Gulager Film Festival, which kicks off tonight at 7:30 PM with a screening of Dan O'Bannon's punktastic Return of the Living Dead.
Alex Proyas (Dark City) had many of us wondering just what he was going to do with the Dracula name when he spoke briefly about the project at SDCC 08. Indeed Mr. Proyas has great vision, but what could he bring to the vampire world that we haven't already seen before?
We first spotted the new poster for After Dark's 8 Films to Die For (official site) at this year's SDCC.
We just received a heads up that the official site for Eduardo Sanchez’s Seventh Moon has now fully opened its doors. The film’s production site’s been out there a while, but the official site is sexy as hell.
Know how a situation can go from bad to worse? Like you’re out for a stroll and accidentally fall into a manhole, breaking your legs, losing your memory … and then the CHUDs come after you? Something similar is going on in the Australian indie film The Ghosts, which we just got the first word on and images from today.
The incredibly strange, sexually charged and gory Wicked Lake (review) is coming to DVD on October 7th, and we’ve been waiting patiently for the folks at Fever Dreams to drop some final disc specs into our waiting laps. Finally, our laps our filled!
You may recall a few months back that a lot of hoopla arose surrounding the announcement that Mark Steven Johnson, he of Ghost Rider infamy, would be tackling a miniseries for HBO based on Garth Ennis’ beloved comic series Preacher. The plan was large; at one point every single issue of the comic was going to be an entire episode of the show (really the only way it would work). Now, however, Johnson has revealed that it was always close, but no cigar.
Back in 2002 when “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” was nearing the end of its run on TV, creator Joss Whedon and Jeff Loeb began work on an animated series that would expand the Buffyverse and take place sometime during the show's first or second season.