Sony Pictures released a handful of stills for their upcoming DVD release of The Devil's Tomb, and like always we have them for you in all their gory glory.
The first (hopefully) annual Paranoia Film Festival on the illustrious Queen Mary has come and gone, so of course people have been wondering which film won the Best Feature award.
Even though the movie is still enjoying an acclaimed festival run and there's no word on an official release date, I Sell the Dead is going to be getting itself a sequel! Fangoria caught up with director Glenn McQuaid, who revealed a few details about the status of said sequel:
The granddaddy of all horror shows will be returning to the LA Convention Center this April, and if you thought the line-ups of past shows were killer, wait until you see what Fangoria's got cooking next!
With Lesbian Vampire Killers just a few days away from its opening in the UK on March 20th, the question on our minds has been, "What's up with some Stateside distribution?" Well, good thing for us that our man from across the pond was able to catch up with director Phil Claydon to get the official word as of now.
Rarely do we cover anything that's airing on The History Channel of all places, but this one was just too tasty to pass up! Ladies and gentlemen, for the first time ever -- undiscovered until now -- get ready to meet the deadliest dinosaur that ever walked the Earth, "Predator X".
Yep. Even Plan 9 from Outer Space is getting the remake treatment. In fact it's getting two of them. Drunkenflesh Films has released its teaser trailer for their upcoming redux titled Grave Robbers from Outer Space, and the whole thing really just leaves me cold, despite its promises of "more this" or "more that".
This may seem like sacrilege to some, but I am not a fan of Oldboy. The movie had its moments, but overall it didn't do anything for me. That being said, Park Chan-Wook’s newest vampire film, Thirst, more than has my attention.
We're getting closer, kids! Lionsgate's The Haunting in Connecticut is just around the corner, and a new spooky clip has just surfaced that begs the question, "Why do bad things happen to good people?"
Last year short film director Mark Steensland unleashed his horror short "Peekers" on fans, and this year his newest project, "The Ugly File", is set for not only its world premiere but also its US debut during the Shocklines Short Film Series event later this month.
Variety reported last night that Watchmen co-writer David Hayter is definitely filling his plate with a lot of awesome genre goodies.
We've been keeping a close eye on the progress of Ti West's The House of the Devil, and now finally we have a taste of the fruits of his labors. The trailer for the film has just shown up on The House of the Devil's official site, or you can save yourself some clicking and just scroll down to check it out.
Not a lot to choose from this week unless you're a fan of directors F.W. Murnau and Tun Fei Mou, but here's what's hitting the street March 17th, 2009.
Cheyenne, WY - As you drive down the street, you happen to glance up into a window and see a little girl waving at you. For a moment you forget yourself and begin to wave back, only to realize a moment later that there is no girl living in that house, and the owners are away for the weekend. You drive on, startled when the sounds of snorting horses and clopping hooves, accompanied by loud shouts and gunfire, grow louder and move past your car without any physical being to make the noise, until you reach your destination, a museum guarded by a man in uniform.
Despite being well into filming, Rob Zombie keeps the casting process going for his upcoming sequel, Halloween 2. The newest face? Margot Kidder. We hope the former Lois Lane has kept Superman's phone number. Something tells me she's gonna need him.