I’ve done so many stories about Worst Case Scenario, the Nazi zombie movie that never was, that sometimes I wonder if it’s all in my head. What if this is really an idea that I have but can’t vocalize
Though I still refuse to get excited for the sequel to Lost Boys which, as I said in the latest Dinner for Fiends, is way past its prime, I have to admit it seems like Warner Premiere is at least putt
Although the enthusiasm for this project may leave something to be desired, I can’t help but soak up any and all info about Bruce Dickinson’s Chemical Wedding, so you’re just going to have to deal with it.
Buried within the write up Evil Andy did for Rue Morgue’s fourth annual Festival of Fear is some very interesting bits of info I felt deserved to be highlighted for you guys. Don't want anyone missing cool news, now do we?
With the hype building for 30 Days of Night, due out in theaters on October 19th, it’s good to know that those of you with Fearnet will be getting a taste of Days horror before anyone else.
Well, there goes any desire I had to give the new Witch Mountain a chance. I mean sure it’s a kids movie so you have to expect some level of stunt casting but this?
As JT Petty comes closer to finishing his first "studio" pic, The Burrowers, and Fearnet is close to launching their prequel for 30 Days of Night, the two projects are inching closer and closer together so that they have something in common. Other than blood.
I still have very high hopes for Rob Zombie's Halloween regardless of what early reviews and even what our own staff have had to say about it. Zombie made a major comeback after House of 1,000 Corpses and even if the remake of Carpenter's classic isn't mind blowing, it can get by just by being fun to watch. Remember, you can't please everyone all the time.
No, it’s not all that different from the poster we’ve seen before, but below you can check out the final theatrical poster for Adam Green’s Hatchet, which anyone who attended Monster Mania this past weekend will recall (those Anchor Bay guys were good at their job!) is due out in theaters on September 7th.
We’ve all seen slashers, hack-n-slashers, and horror films in which power tools were the primary instruments of death. But director Chris R. Notarile wasn’t satisfied with all that; he wanted to create the world’s first basher horror film, and he’s well on his way to making it happen!
One of those movies that’s been floating out there for a while now with little to no hype is Brett Sullivan’s follow-up to the excellent Ginger Snaps II: Unleashed, a trippy sounding horror movie called The Chair.
Editor's Note: This DFF was supposed to be up on Thursday but we had "technical" issues. Sorry if it's a bit out dated now! Wow, it’s been a while, hasn’t it? Did you miss us? You know you did. For being so patient, we decided that you should get a new round of horrific discussion of all things horror. Um... right. So here you go!