Last month we got a first look at the trailer for Bullet Films' adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's Dunwich Horror starring Jeffrey Combs. Now we've got the trailers for three more Bullet Films productions featuring werewolves, vampires, the potential end of the world, and rednecks battling robots.
Not a bad selection of horror DVDs hitting on Tuesday, January 20th, 2009. The question is if any of them are actually worth getting.
Oh, man, this really is a sad day for horror. The genre’s longest-running provider of high definition horror, Monsters HD, will be officially shutting its doors later this month. We knew this was coming when Dish Network stopped carrying Voom, which Monsters was part of, on its network but held out hope that something might save them. Alas, it was not to be.
Yeah, the teaser poster on your right is a bit cheap. Anyone could’ve done it with Photoshop, but it is a legit teaser poster for Hatchet 2 that's been up on the ArieScope site for about a month now. Some industrious Bloody Disgusting reader discovered it recently so the boys dropped director Adam Green a line for a status update on the sequel.
In a reversal of what we normally report here on the site, THR got word that comic company Studio 407 has hired screenwriter Neal Marshall Stevens to pen two new comic series for them.
Enjoying the 3D resurgence as much as we are? If Patrick Lussier's My Bloody Valentine proved anything, it's that this rediscovered medium is just as fun as it used to be.
One little indie film is causing quite a stir at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival, and that film is Paul Solet's Grace! In fact, it rendered two viewers unconscious!
Is it wrong that as soon as I hear the name Vivid, all I can think of is the adult DVD distributor of the same name? No? Good! Moving on ... Variety announced yesterday that UK production house Red Sparrow is launching its first film, the $1.2 million Vivid, which will be helmed by Reg Traviss.
A while back we gave you the first word on a film coming from Roadside Attractions called Alien Trespass, a send-up of 50’s alien invasion movies starring “Will & Grace” lead Eric McCormack. For those of you eagerly anticipating its arrival, we’ve got something for your eyeballs to enjoy right now!
Due to the holidays and our server migration just after the first of the year, the Wrap-Up has been on a bit of a hiatus. Well, we're back now -- a year older but still bigger and badder than ever. Let's take a look at what went down during the week of January 10-16, 2009.
Not since "Buffy" have I been particularly interested in televised teen-age shenanigans, but there's a new girl on the block named Gena Marshall. And in the upcoming dark drama "The Freshman", she leads viewers on a journey through the cliques and social standards of your not-so-modern high school.
Anchor Bay just delivered a eerie clip/teaser for Paul Solet’s Grace, which is having its premiere at Sundance tonight, preceded by the short film “Rite” (review). Nothing too exciting in here, but it sure is creepy looking.
Blabbermouth is reporting that Dee Snider’s long awaited sequel to his torture-epic Strangeland has been green lighted for production later this year.
Not a huge update, but make sure you have your calendars handy; we just got word from Rogue that the Last House on the Left redux will be hitting theaters on March 13th, 2009. Will it be as gritty and nasty as the original? Check out the trailer below and see if that helps answer the question...
You may not be familiar with The Cleaners, a new horror comic from Dark Horse, but we’re aiming to fix that. Earlier today I posted my interview with the book’s writer, Mark Wheaton, and now we’ve got an exclusive look at early art from Issue #3, which hits stands in March, 2009!