Ken Foree sucks. Blood! Of course I’m referring to his role in Brotherhood of Blood, the new film from Michael Roesch and Peter Scheerer (writers of the Uwe Boll classic Alone in the Dark and
I guess if there’s someone out there who could possibly bring back Grindhouse to the attention of The Weinsteins, it’s Eli Roth. The horror wunderkind has some kind of odd influence over the sys
I thought I'd never want to see another horror movie set inside an amusement park ever again after sitting through the awfulness that was Dark Ride. Now I stumble upon something called Carnival
Issue #67 May 2007 I love it when Rue Morgue takes what some fans may see as an obscure release, in this case the Alejandro Jodorowsky box set from Anchor Bay, and give it a massive push b
Now, look at this freaky shit. Well, not really but the music is pretty cool! Lilja’s Library just pointed out that the official site for Dimension’s release of the John Cusack-starer 1408 is no
Today is a good day in the indie film world. For the past few years the independent horror market has been flooded with cheap attempts to grab our wallets. At every turn at the local video-mart,
Despite the fact that the man suffers through many levels of hell every time he tries to get a narrative feature made, you have to give credit to Richard Stanley for never, ever giving up. T
Let’s see, we’ve had zombies at the mall (multiple times), zombies in the woods, zombies in the streets and even underwater zombies; I guess it's inevitable that zombies would eventually make their way to a homecoming dance. The living dead feasting on the flesh of teenagers? Yes, please.
We've been profiling the seven horror films that dropped in on the Tribeca Film Festival this year cause we love to make sure you're informed. If you were within driving distance, we know you tore as
Yesterday we scored a trio of stills from the first horror movie to be directed by character actor Corbin Bernsen, Dead Air (last update here), which stars Bill Moseley as a DJ who experiences a zombie apocalypse taking place during his popular late-night show.
The other day (specifically here) we gave you a heads up that David Hess would had landed a key role in Ruggero Deodato’s return to horror, which came to us from the folks at Bloodtype Online. T
Fall, 2003, sleepy Sauquoit, New York. Multiple disappearances have sent the parents into a panic. Their children are at risk every day... It doesn't help that the police don't seem to care
Variety got word this morning that Reese Witherspoon, sweet, pretty, innocent Reese, is getting into darker and darker territory through her production house, Type A Films. First up, it was
Jonathan Tucker is getting some company on his next horror outing, the adaptation of Scott Smith’s The Ruins (book review), according to the news hounds at The Hollywood Reporter. Laura (pic
So the weather's getting warm again, but honestly, I think as a horror fan I prefer the chill of fall. All the good shit happens then, especially The Eerie Horror Film Festival, which will be r