We've seen horror come in many forms over the years. The living dead, psychopathic killers, nature-run-amok, etc., but now Ghost House Underground is set to unleash a new type of terror on June 26th with its latest DVD feature, The Tattooist.
You know, when reporting the news, it's sometimes wise to let images do the talking rather than words. This is one of those times.
If there's any director working today who should know what Heaven is all about, it's Peter Jackson, right? Well, according to Flicks.co.nz, that point is definitely debatable.
Just last week we gave you the first word on the directorial return of Lightning Bug (review) helmer and Almost Human effects head Robert Hall, the slasher movie Laid to Rest. The film came out of nowhere, it seemed.
We'll make this short and simple: G4 got the exclusive trailer for NBC's horror anthology Fear Itself, which will start airing next month on June 5th. Click here for the episode guide, and look below for the trailer. G4 may have more exclusive goods on the way later today, so check back soon!
Been a while since we heard anything from the world of Gallowwalker, the Wesley Snipes zombie cowboy movie. It’s all right, though; absence makes the heart grow fonder, especially when the heart is anticipating a badass zombie movie with western aesthetics, something no one’s been able to pull off quite right yet.
Even though I’d like to tell myself that the upcoming Mummy sequel directed by Rob Cohen isn’t something that really fits well with Dread Central, we all know that’s not the case. Even if it is just an action-adventure film with CG monsters, we’re all still going to see it opening weekend, aren’t we? Yes, yes we are.
Another poster for Gregg Bishop’s upcoming teens vs. the undead flick, Dance of the Dead, showed up on IMP Awards today; and while it’s not as amusing as the last one, it certainly does heap on the praise!
I am not sure how many readers we have from South America, but RIOFAN (Rio Fantastic Film Festival) is something worth talking about regardless because George A. Romero's Diary of the Dead (review) will be kicking off the film festival in Brazil on April 30th!
The Descent (review), while a great fucking movie, never really struck me as the kind that needed a sequel. The original ending summed everything up nicely. That isn't the case as you can tell since there is indeed a follow-up with Neil Marshall being replaced by Jon Harris in the director's chair.
Personally I can’t say if Beyond the Dunwich Horror is going to be a worthwhile Lovecraft adaptation, but the makers sure did get one thing right so far; they commissioned Shock Festival (pre-order it here) author/artist/screenwriter Stephen Romano to make their pos
UPDATE: Chris White got into contact with us today and showed us a link to a YouTube video containing storyboards for David! Check it out below the rest of the story.
Sometimes a remake might not be a bad thing. Sure, we've seen plenty of bad ones, made for really bad reasons, but then there are filmmakers out there that just want to improve on an original and sometimes succeed.
Yet another change up in the world of Clock Tower, the movie adaptation of the groundbreaking survival horror game from Capcom, came to light today via Variety.
Anthony C. Ferrante’s sophomore directorial effort, Headless Horseman (review), is on DVD stands as you read this, so Ferrante and crew are making sure the horror community knows about it.