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Wes Craven Plans Live Commentary for Elm Street

Are you a fan of the classic A Nightmare on Elm Street and also enjoy DVD commentaries? If so, this is a live event you likely won't want to miss. Wes Craven is planning on attending a screening of his infamous 1984 film and will be doing a live commentary there with fans in the theater!

First Look at Hammer's The Wake Wood

One of the most welcome studio returns in ages has to be that of Hammer Films. The website for their latest production, The Wake Wood, just went online, and it has a few goodies for you to peruse.

Elm Street Reboot Script Review

Get ready for the most unique script review you've ever seen. El Mayimbe over at Latino Review has put up a video review of Platinum Dunes' script for the A Nightmare on Elm Street remake. You need to check this out ASAP!

Proyas Weighs in on Crow Remake

When it was announced a few months ago that Stephen Norrington was going to remake the 1994 film The Crow, fans were pretty vocal concerning their disdain for the project. It's good to know that original Crow director Alex Proyas feels the same way.

Trailer Where the Wild Things Are

Curious about Spike Jonze's live-action adaptation of the children's book we all grew up loving? Yeah, I admit it. We are too. Good thing then that Warner Bros. released the trailer today.

Worst Case Falls, Frankenstein Rises

It's a sad, sad day. Like many of you, we were really looking forward to the proposed zombie epic Worst Case Scenario. Alas, it's not happening now or any time soon. The project is practically DOA, but there is a bit of a Phoenix rising from its ashes.

Fred Durst and Seven Scribe Deliver Psycho Killer

Limp Bizkit front-man Fred Durst is looking to trade in his mic for the director's chair, and who better to bring with him in this endeavor than Andrew Kevin Walker, the writer of Se7en, Sleepy Hollow, and the upcoming Wolfman?

Zombie Debuts Night Creatures

And the behind-the-scenes stuff keeps trickling in from the set of Halloween 2. This time, a look at the band headlining Haddonfield's Phantom Jam -- Captain Clegg and The Night Creatures.

Temp Trailer for Monsterpiece Theatre

Things have been really quiet news-wise concerning the little anthology that could, Monsterpiece Theatre. In all honesty the movie presented by John Carl Buechler and Ethan Terra has a lot going for it -- good effects, good writing, and a great cast that includes Tiffany Shepis, Kane Hodder, Eileen Dietz, and a host of genre personalities including two chubby bald guys whom you may just recognize immediately!

Magnet to Let the RIGHT Subs In

Who says horror fans can't get stuff done?

New Details: Bloody Rage of Bigfoot

It was about a week ago that I first brought you news of The Bloody Rage of Bigfoot in 3D. Now new details emerge on what filmmaker James Baack has in store for audiences with this piece of Sasquatchploitation, including a plot synopsis, just how bloody it will be, and why three-dimensional imagery might not be the only thing shooting off the screen.

A Haunting in Connecticut: What Really Happened?

By now, we've all seen the trailers of creepy shadow people, a boy with strange writing all over his body, and women screaming when the shower curtain attacks them.

Rondo Hatton Award Winners

The votes are in (2,933 of them in fact), and the winners of the 7th annual Rondo Hatton Awards have been announced. Apparently the big upset this year came in the Best Model, Toy, or Collectible category, where "The Birds Barbie" beat out her competition. No surprise to me; she's been kicking butts and taking names since she first got into town! I certainly ordered mine the first chance I had.

Sneak Peek of A Haunting in Connecticut for Toronto

A new ghostly story is due out for theaters this coming weekend, but for the people of one city in the Canadian north, it just might arrive a bit early. A fund raising party in aid of the Canadian Film Centre will be running the film tomorrow night - that's Wednesday, March 25th, at 7 pm!

Audie and the Wolf Art, Trailer, Synopsis

In the same vein as Shaun of the Dead and Lesbian Vampire Killers (well, maybe not LVK) comes a horror comedy that will help bring out your inner wolf. Or should I say inner werewolf?