Apparently the new poster released by Lionsgate for the upcoming The Haunting in Connecticut, which you can see to your right, stirred up quite a bit of conversation and controversy with regard to the paranormal phenomenon known as ectoplasm.
Thanks to Anchor Bay Entertainment and Manga Entertainment, horror comedy sensation Tokyo Zombie is set for release on DVD this April 7, 2009.
The final artwork and specs have been release for J.T. Petty’s long-awaited underground monster movie The Burrowers, and you can check out the art on your right. Extras are set to include the following: Commentary by JT Petty and star Karl Geary ”The Burrowers Making a Horror Western” featurette
After two mafia flicks, I wondered what’s next for goo-great David Cronenberg. I got my answer: he’ll helm The Matarese Circle based on a Robert Ludlum (!) novel. And who might “star” in this film? Ironside? Irons? No. Tom Cruise and Denzel Washington. Denzel fucking Washington.
Venom. Spite. Disgust. Boredom. These are the ingredients that make up the latest Dinner for Fiends, along with a dash of basil for color and flavor. This recipe is necessary to counter the bad taste left in our collective mouth from the new Friday the 13th redux.
Last night Dread Central gathered with all the horror outlets for a preview screening of the Last House on the Left remake, which was also attended by producer Wes Craven and stars Monica Potter, Sarah Paxton, and Terminator badass Garret Dillahunt.
A much slicker and more official teaser for the upcoming French film Humains has finally found its way online, and you can scroll down a bit to see it for yourself. It is in French (anyone who can translate for us, please post below!), but as you may recall, the film follows a team of scientists who discover something that may alter our perception of evolution and, after crashing in a gully, begin to be hunted by that something.
The madmen (and women) behind the Boston Underground Film Festival gave us another heads up today about a new film that’s been added to their programming; Marcel Sarmiento & Gadi Harel’s Deadgirl (review)!
No relation to "Machete Phil" or "Machete Sam" from Broken Lizard's Club Dread, Machete Joe is a new Hollywood-themed horror flick in which a former Ghostbuster might find himself meeting a fate worse than crossing the streams.
Nothing like your marriage being turned on its head when you discover your neighbors may be assassins hired to kill you. I like to think my wife and I are cautiously paranoid, but it’d take a lot to convince even me of that.
It's been a while since we got an update on Adam Mason's Blood River, which Andrew rated quite highly after catching at last year's AFM. But we now have the final trailer up for your viewing pleasure below.
I'm feeling pretty lucky right now that my household just added a Wii to our gaming console set-up. EA Games released the teaser trailer today for Dead Space Extraction, an all-new prequel chapter in the Dead Space universe exclusively for the Wii.
Been curious about some of IDW Publishing's offerings but feeling a little pinch in the pocketbook? If so, then this news should cheer you up quite a bit. IDW has formed a partnership with Eagle One Media to make several of its comics available for download as a PDF for a minimal $1.99 fee.
Thanks to IGN, we got some more details on the upcoming Dead Rising 2. The gaming site had a chance to listen to this week's Secret Files podcast of Capcom's head of R&D, Keiji Inafune, who not only revealed some clues about the direction of the upcoming sequel but also expanded on the next phase of Capcom's global design philosophy.
Yeah, now this I like. Simple, stark, to the point; this afternoon the beasts at Bloody Disgusting got their hands on the first poster for the upcoming remake of George A. Romero’s The Crazies. Hit the sample below to see the whole thing.