All right, the day for feasting has finally come! Time to gather with friends, family or random strangers and attempt to eat your own body weight in dead bird! Ah, America, where we celebrate kicking the collective ass of an entire culture by being gluttonous pigs. Love it!
It’s been a long time since we’ve heard hide or hair about Black Death, the post-apocalyptic medieval film we first mentioned back in February. Thankfully we can not only give you more on the film itself, but the goods news that Severance (review) director Christopher Smith is now at the helm!
You’ve probably seen this elsewhere. Now you’re seeing it here. Below is the new web-only “poster” for Terminator Salvation, courtesy of the nice folks at Warner Bros. It’s like lenticular, only better!
Just last week we had the opportunity to check out the trailer for "Fairy Tale Police", Adam Green's entry in the Xbox LIVE "Horror Meets Comedy" project. And now today we got an exclusive first look at a couple of stills from the short.
We just got our virutal hands on the final, official, this ain’t gonna change before release date artwork for Anchor Bay’s upcoming release of His Name Was Jason. Ain’t it pretty?
I don’t know what it is, but for some reason the more I hear about Luis Berdejo’s The New Daughter, the more anxious I am to see it. Normally a supernatural movie with Kevin Coster would do nothing for me at all, but this one just keeps showing promise.
The trailer for Adam Mason’s latest, Luster, has managed to find its way to life over at Twitch Film, so you should get to checking it out. The film is about a man who believes his normal life is being messed with by an unknown assailant, realizing too late that it's his own doppelganger trying to destroy his piece of mind.
One of my favorite artists of all time and the creator of the Dread Central “giallo” logo, Rue Morgue’s lead inkslinger Gary Pullin, is finally having his very first art show this December in his home town of Toronto!
We just got the first look at a teaser poster for the upcoming post-apocalyptic film Aftermath, which is on its way from Canadian director Laurent Piche. Along with the poster, which you can see below, there's also word that some pretty big names are circling Aftermath right now in terms of studios, so keep your fingers crossed!
Though we don’t have a helluva lot of details, all right none outside of the title, I think it’s interesting enough to note that not only does Madonna have a brother with a last name (all right that's just news to me ... I don't keep up on such things), but he’s making his directorial debut in our genre.
Anchor Bay announced today that their new psychological thriller The Alphabet Killer will be shown in a limited run starting Friday, December 12th. Additional screenings of the film are also planned in Rochester, Buffalo, Los Angeles, and New York. An exclusive and invitation only premiere will also take place at the NYC Cinema Village on Thursday, December 11th.
After severely mistreating it theatrically, then sort of making up for it by giving it a good run on Fearnet, Lionsgate is finally bringing Midnight Meat Train into the station with standard and Blu-ray DVD releases on February 17th, 2009!
Now this is what I call a Christmas celebration! You can keep your four-hour long Mass services and ritualistic chanting; I’m going to hang out with the guys and girls at Glass Eye Pix.
I really can’t help but hate the title for the new Australian spook story Lake Mungo; I wish I could. There’s just something so goofy about it, maybe because it’s so similar to “Mongo”? Whatever the case, the film itself looks pretty slick, as is evident by a four minute clip that showed up over on cinematographer John Brawley’s site.
Wow, that is just a really bad poster. No offense to Magnolia, but the UK poster for Donkey Punch was a helluva lot more appealing than this one, which Fangoria got their hands on yesterday.