New Artwork Revealed for Mum & Dad

Today the folks at Revolver Entertainment released the first look at the cover art for their May 5th 2009 release of the UK import Mum & Dad, which you can see below. So far this is the only detail on the US release of the film; mum's the word on any extras or special features that might be included.

Whedon Talks Large with Cabin in the Woods

IF Magazine released an interesting and rather optimistic quote by accomplished writer Joss Whedon today regarding the just beginning film project Cabin in the Woods. Whedon co-wrote the film with Drew Goddard, who will be directing, and has a lot of confidence in what they are trying to do.

First Look at Fox in Jennifer's Body

Over at Slash Film they just got their hands on this photo of Megan Fox from the upcoming Diablo Cody-scripted Jennifer’s Body, which comes to theaters this September.

Left 4 Dead DLC Officially Announced

It's no secret my favorite game of the past year is without question Left 4 Dead. Lots of folks have been complaining that it was on the short side of the fence, but to me? Killing zombies never gets old. Still, for the complainers out there Valve is set to deliver.

Saw Video Game Finds New Home

When original rights holder Brash Entertainment crashed and burned in a very spectacular way recently, it looked bad for the future of a game based on the Saw series.

Bone House to Release Late Bloomer

It's been called “wonderfully perverse” and “one of the best films that has come out of Japan recently"; finally Go Shibata’s Late Bloomer will be hitting DVD via Bone House Asia on March 24th, the company announced today.

Mandy Lane Goes to Zombieland

Amber Heard’s getting all sorts of attention all of a sudden; just the other day we reported that the All the Boys Love Mandy Lane star would be leading the cast of John Carpenter’s new film, The Ward, but that was just the beginning!

Laid to Rest Killer Hacks, Slashes

Sounds to me like actor Nick Principe is trying to make himself a career of being a slasher. Not a bad gig if you can get it!

Infestation Trailer Hits

The official trailer for Kyle Rankin’s giant bugs invade Earth film, Infestation, showed up over on Icon Films’ official site, but all you have to do to see it is scroll down a bit! For those not remembering, the horror/comedy follows a loser who is tasked with saving the world from giant insects after he somehow survives their invasion.

CBS Taps Barnz for Beastly

The folks at CBS Films are finally moving forward on their adaptation of the Alex Finn YA novel Beastly, bringing on board Daniel Barnz to direct the film, according to this morning’s Hollywood Reporter.

Monster Producer Tackles Gacy Memoir

Word came down via THR this morning that Monster producer Clark Peterson is returning to the world of serial killers with Dear Mr. Gacy. The film will be an adaptation of The Last Victim, the memoirs of Jason Moss, who corresponded with serial killer John Wayne Gacy during the last year of the killer’s life and narrowly avoided being killed himself.

30 Days of Night Does Juarez, Mexico

A lot of crazy stuff can happen down in Mexico; even worse when the undead are involved. IDW Publishing has announced the release of a new 30 Days of Night installment, this time centered in the rough little town of Juarez, Mexico.

Hellraiser Stuffed in its Own Box

Jesus wept! Anchor Bay has announced the imminent release of the Hellraiser Limited Edition Box Set, scheduled to hit stores on April 21, 2009. While the movies are great to have around, the striking thing is the unique packaging; the films are sold within their very own Lament Configuration, the infamous and horrifying box which is capable of summoning the twisted nightmares that are the Cenobites.

Get Ready for a New Obsession

Do you remember a little film from 1949 called Obsession that was rife with murder, lust, and mayhem? No? I didn't think so. Still, that's not stopping Hollywood from remaking it!

Reach Your Objective on IFC

One of the more interesting films to cross my path thus far this year is Daniel Myrick's The Objective, which pits a group of Special Ops soldiers led by a CIA operative against a sort of "Bermuda Triangle of ancient evil" in the Afghan desert.