Finally, the long-awaited teaser trailer for Doug Buck’s The Broken Imago is online and ready for your critical eyes to pass judgment upon! Or just enjoy the imagery, whichever is easier for you...
I know a good percentage of you guys have never read Dylan Dog, the Italian horror comic that is the basis for the upcoming movie Dead of Night, but that ignorance shouldn’t prevent you from looking forward to the film. It sure isn’t dampening my anticipation of it!
I’ve heard rumblings that someone out there might be bringing Dr. Herbert West back to horror fans in one capacity or another, but never did I imagine it would be as a teenager. And before I go much further, allow me to sum up in one word how I feel about this entire concept; Ugh.
The first pics of Nic Cage and Ron Perlman in Season of the Witch showed up on Moziplussz recently, neither of which reveal much other than the fact that they’re both wearing a shitload of armor. Looks very warm.
Now here's some good news to brighten your weekend; a darker, more horror-friendly version of Pinocchio is being developed by Guillermo del Toro, The Jim Henson Company and Gris Grimly, according to Variety. Wow, with a team like that behind it, you know it’s going to be interesting if nothing else.
I know most of you who have seen Let the Right One In are concerned about the upcoming remake of it from Cloverfield helmer Matt Reeves, as well you should be. But maybe it won’t be so bad?
Gotta make this a quick one. Famous horror author Joe Knetter and his stunt ass are hitting SoCal this weekend so this Woman needs her rest. Lord knows what manner of mayhem awaits.
I know. You're in California with nothing much going on. Then you hear it. The roar of the crowd. The blaring of sirens. It could only mean one thing ... Famous horror author Joe Knetter is in town signing copies of his latest book, Zombie Bukkake!
It's Friday so you know what that means ... It's time for another exclusive Dark Moon Rising interview! This time it's with the sultry Maria Conchita Alonso, who plays the film's sheriff! Dig on the interview below!
If you were diligent like me and went to see all 8 Films to Die For last year, chances are you were annoyed all to hell by the trailer for Amusement that played before every showing. So what the hell happened to it, anyway, if it was so close to release last October?
At Fear Fest last weekend I finally got the chance to tell author Max Brooks to his face how much I loved World War Z, and he seemed appreciative. Seriously, if you haven’t read this book yet, stop whatever you’re doing and rectify that immediately. It’s just a flat-out fantastic novel.
I detected some rumblings about Lake Mungo during AFM but have yet to hear anything as to whether or not it’s any good. The Aussie film, which premiered under Darclight at AFM, is now being remade in the States by Paramount Vantage, according to THR this morning.
Though it shouldn’t be surprising in the least, THR reports this morning that Summit Entertainment has officially snatched up the rights to Stephenie Meyer’s three Twilight sequels: New Moon (review), Eclipse (review) and Breaki
Because we’re such fans of Oren Peli’s Paranormal Activity round these parts, it’s only right we keep you as up-to-date as we can as to what’s going on with it.
Variety reports tonight that the legendary actor and director Clint Eastwood is in talks with Dreamworks to take on the job of directing a supernatural thriller ominously dubbed Hereafter.