We can never have enough horror films set around Halloween. The holiday is filled with all the perfect fodder: creepy atmosphere, creepy kids, the creepy guy who always sprinkled a few pubes on the candy apples he handed out ... ah, the memories.
What's going on beneath Central Park? How did Edward Carnby end up in modern times? Why can't every game keep improving this much each time we see it? Will it ever come out?
We've all been counting down. We knew this day would come. Doomsday (review here) is finally here, and to celebrate (and who wouldn't celebrate the apocalypse?), we've got a battery of interviews for you!
No script. Contestants “killed” until the last man is standing. All we need is Richard Dawson to host, and our Running Man future will be here.
It’s been a while since there’s been word on Fruit Chan’s (“Dumplings” segment of Three Extremes) remake of Don’t Look Up, but finally all is in place and the film is set to roll on April 14th in Tinseltown.
Things started off badly. Flights were canceled. Dallas was snowed in. There was so much more to do and no way to get it done. Sometimes it feels as if every force in the universe is aligned against you. But there's a job to get done. Thousands of fans were lining up for a fun weekend, and by hook or by crook they were going to get it. Besides, we had some serious partying to do, and nothing was going to get in the way of that!
If you haven't heard of Black Devil Doll yet, the chances are you will soon. That is if the ovation the film received at last week's Fear Fest 2 is any indication of what's to come.
I should have written this ages ago. Back in January Nintendo and Tecmo announced that Fatal Frame 4 will be coming exclusively to the Nintendo Wii. The Japanese subtitle translates to ?Mask of the Lunar Eclipse? which doesn?t tell us very much. Still despite thinking it wasn?t enough news to run a story on, I?ve been told I was wrong and not to make stupid decisions like that again.
Satanic Panic, which we haven't heard from for a while (“Selz Panics With Satan” – July 2007), let Fangoria know that the film was now in post-production.
If you've already seen Wrestlemaniac (review), then the answer may already be in yer head, but do you know the difference between a "Glass Bottom Boat" and a "Polish Hammer"?
I’ve never been to Philadelphia, despite the fact that I’ve been on the East Coast for almost a decade now, but if I were to make my first trip, this year’s Philadelphia International Film Festival would be a damn fine way to start.
Last month we gave you the full rundown of what to expect out of Anchor Bay's upcoming Dario Argento box set (“Classic Argento in Metal Boxes!” – February 2008), but we didn't know when it would be hitting store shelves.
Certain people who frequent this website refuse to let me live down giving The Gingerdead Man a rave review. Many love to hold that one over my head any chance they get. Heck, I've even joked about it myself. But you know what, I enjoyed the heck out of it. Sue me. I may have been in the minority, but god help me I thought it was a ton of stupid fun.
If you're like me, or several other people who saw Cloverfield (review), then you've probably got some questions about the film's monster. What is it? Is it a baby? Were the parasites offspring? What was with the tiny arms on its underbelly? Why did it change size?
Before we get started, let me just remind everyone to please, PLEASE go see Pathology during its limited release on April 18th (“Help Pathology Past 100 Theatres!” – February 2007). Thanks.