I don’t think you guys really realize how much we sacrifice on a daily basis to bring you the news. Here’s an example; I have to talk about a reality show in this story. Sure, it’s a reality show created by James Gunn and full of hot chicks, but a reality show nonetheless.
Metallica's new album Death Magnetic offers blistering guitars, a cacophony of double bass drums, and something overlooked by most modern rock bands: ZOMBIE ARMAGEDDON! Yahoo Music is hosting the premiere of Metallica's new video for "All Nightmare Long", which is the tale of Russia's experiments in cell re-animation and its incredibly effective application on the populace of the global atomic threat known as the United States of America!
The next in our series of exclusive video interview for Dana Mennie's upcoming creature feature Dark Moon Rising is ready, and this time we're set to hear from the film's big bad ... Max Ryan!
It's amazing how quickly things move once a project hits the fast track. Just days after we told you about Pearry Teo's upcoming fright flick Necromentia, the trailer has surfaced online.
Exclusive pics from The Unborn have just hit online. Are you guys ready to be spooked by merciless dreams and a tortured ghost?!? Arrow in the Head holds the answer you seek! Oh, and don't forget your nightlights.
Our brothers in harm over at STYD scored themselves the first look at Jason flaunting his sack from the upcoming Platinum Dunes remake of Friday the 13th. Gotta say, I still dig this look a bit more than the hockey mask, but then again ... I'm old school.
Specs for two upcoming DVD's dropped today, both courtesy of Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Wanna know what to expect from Quarantine and Screamers: The Hunting when they hit home? Keep reading to find out.
According to Variety, Slamdance has chosen Glenn McQuaid’s I Sell the Dead to kick off this year's festival, which runs in Park City, Utah, January 15-23, 2009.
Last month we told you guys about yet another foreign production house that Brian Yuzna helped create called Komodo Films. The big announcement at the time was that Komodo would be producing a trio of 3D films out of the gate, but it seems they’ve had their hands in other movies as well.
A small list of digital horror offerings for Tuesday, December 9th awaits. Do not fear, though, fiends, as much bigger, more exciting DVD lists are coming as we approach the holidaze!
On Saturday night my lovely wife and I headed out into the chilly New England weather to brave the line of fans anxiously awaiting their chance to finally see Repo!
Paddy Breathnatch made his unique name known with Shrooms (DVD review), one of the first horror movies made about the dangers of psychotropic mushrooms (well, kind of). Now he’s back with Red Mist (back from its modified title of Freakdog), which Anchor Bay has prepped for a DVD release on February 10th.
This morning we were provided with a batch of stills from the upcoming indie slasher The Id Proxy, which is coming our way from director Matthew C. Dumond. The story follows a man named Will, pushed to the edge by events beyond his control, whose despair leads to a psychotic rage that no one will walk away from.
If you’re going to tell the story of Lucifer’s fall from Heaven, you’d better have a good chunk of not just change, but creativity as well behind you. Thankfully Scott Derrickson understands this, which is why he’s been discussing production ideas for his forthcoming adaptation of John Milton’s Paradise Lost with Guillermo del Toro.