Not even honeymoons are safe from psychos in our beloved genre. Don't believe me? Well Pitch Black director David Twohy is set to illustrate my point with his latest film, A Perfect Getaway. Wanna see some stills? I know you do.
As a sucker for ghost stories the release date of March 27, 2009 for The Haunting in Connecticut cannot get here soon enough. To further whet our paranormal whistles a new TV spot has slithered online.
Consider this proof positive that everyone has jumped on the 3D bandwagon. News broke today that the infamous Charles Band will dusting off the Puppet Master series by giving it an overhaul.
Ah, Nicolas Cage. So wacky, so unpredictable, so old to play Ghost Rider hero Johnny Blaze. Yet, that hasn't stopped him from talking sequel!
Nina Dobrev, whom you may remember from the godawful "Fright Night" with a werewolf rip-off Never Cry Werewolf, has landed herself a new gig. One with a bit more bite.
Yet another picture from the set of Halloween 2 has surfaced, this time of Zombie just chilling on set. Steady .... steady .... I know you're excited.
Top Cow released two covers for the upcoming The Darkness #76, which hits stores on March 25th, 2009, and we've got a look at both of them for you!
Love it or hate it, one cannot deny the lasting (and somewhat infamous) legacy of Italian horror maestro Ruggero Deodato’s cult film Cannibal Holocaust.
The Buz™ is back again this week with a new panel featuring my personal favorite Universal Monster. The Creature from the LOL Lagoon.
Stumbled across these listings that can't even be found on the Jun Planning website and were not even shown at NY Toyfair!
A Swedish vampire, a British occultist, German expressionism, and good ol' sex & drugs USA style. You can bring all that and more home with you on March 10th, 2009, when the following DVDs hit the street.
More Last House on the Left goodies have sprung up online and we've got your directions to make sure you catch each of them.
This weekend at the Fangoria Weekend of Horrors in Chicago, George A. Romero was one of the featured special guests. Not only did the esteemed Godfather of Zombie Films give genre fanatics a taste of his new film ...Of The Dead, but he also answered fan questions. One topic that came up was Romero’s involvement with the remake of The Crazies.
Well, it seems like these days every other news item in the horror world is about a remake…and this is no exception.
Now that we've all seen that sweet new Terminator: Salvation trailer, it's a good bet that all expectations for the film are running pretty high. I know mine are. And what would a blockbuster be without some cool-ass collectible to go along with it?