How I missed this amount of pure fucking awesome is beyond me. I mean shit, I hadn't really lived until I discovered Austrian Death Machine.
Everyone's favorite undead baby, Grace, has some new digs floating out here on the Net. Do yourself a favor and go check her out. Careful though ... she can be a bit nasty.
It's been a while since we've experienced some good old fashioned fatal attraction (my one night fling with Jaspar the Wonder Donkey and its trainer down in Mexico doesn't count), and Sony Pictures is ready to unleash its new thriller Obsessed to fill that void.
Interesting development out of the Halloween 2 set in Georgia. Apparently Bill Moseley has been replaced as well. No word yet on if it was because he was too tall.
The fiends and fiendettes behind the Independent Film Festival of Boston just released the lineup for this year’s event, which goes down April 22nd–28th. I wish there was better news for horror fans, but the number of genre films is pretty small this year. But hey, it’s not called the Boston Horror Film Festival so we can’t complain too much, can we?
A good look at the Blu-ray artwork for Sony Pictures Home Entertainment's The Grudge crept online today, and we have a look at it as well as a listing of the disc's special features for you. Excited yet?
It was around November of last year when we last talked about Dead of Night, the live action adaptation of the Dylan Dog Italian comic book series starring Brandon Routh and Sam Huntington as the film's heroes. Now it's time to introduce you to one of the flick's big bads ...
With the surprisingly positive response to the new Fast and Furious film that's right around the corner, Universal Pictures seems hot to get Vin Diesel back into another role that he made famous -- that of the badass known as Riddick.
In his latest article for us, DC Blogger Scott Allie of Dark Horse Comics spoke exclusively to the producer of the upcoming Let the Right One In remake, Fred Malmberg. During his interview Fred shed a bit of light on what to expect from the redux.
We've had some lean DVD offerings in the past, but this week could take the cake for the most paltry. On March 24th, 2009, you can choose among a Czech double-feature, two Sci-Fi Channel (before they were Syfy) originals, the saga of a Japanese serial killer who happens to be handicapped, and an obscure indie that sounds like the best of the bunch.
A few months ago I was in a meeting with my colleagues at Paradox Entertainment to talk about the direction of the Robert E. Howard properties that they own, including Solomon Kane, which I write, and Conan and Kull, on which I consult.
You've been waiting by your computer. Frantically hitting refresh on sites like Variety and The Hollywood Reporter. Finally the news you've been dying for has come -- the parts of Wolf Pack in the Twilight sequel, New Moon, have finally been cast.
Sometimes it's best to just let pictures speak for themselves. In the case of this still from Lars Von Trier's Antichrist, that's pretty much what we're going to do.
HUGE news today for fans of poorly rendered CGI snakes! You know you want it! You've been waiting months for it, no? Hello? *knocks on screen* Hello?
We all love the Captain. I'd be hard pressed to come up with another genre actor still working within the biz that has had a crazier career than Sid Haig. The man has worked with everyone from Lon Chaney to Rob Zombie, and come tomorrow evening -- the devil will be getting his due!