I know ... we're talking about Star Wars on Dread Central. Who thought we'd ever see the day? Writer Joe Schreiber, that's who. With his upcoming book Death Troopers Schreiber intends to take the series where it has never gone before -- into the realm of horror!
Know what I love? Zombies. I love everything about them. And now I love something else -- Hackers in Austin! Transportation officials in Texas are in a tizzy over some hackers who have taken over the road signs in their city.
Aleister Crowley was a really interesting cat to say the least. But what if he had lived to see our modern times? What if he had access to the Internet? We're talking mayhem, that's what!
The Italian horror site Splatter Container recently sat down with Zombie Honeymoon helmer David Gerboe to discuss the long-rumored sequel and ended up learning that none other than John Landis will be executive producing it!
For those of you dying for more info on The Uninvited, the U.S. remake of A Tale of Two Sisters, we’ve got three interviews with the lovely lead ladies for you to feast your eyes upon!
Killer mold! Ever since I saw that blasted Dungeons & Dragons movie and came away profoundly disappointed by the lack of the inclusion of the creeping crud, I've been jonesing to see people get killed by killer mold. Now I'll get my wish. The title of this film? Mold!
We’ll have to consider this pure conjecture right now, but the Canucks over at HorrorMovies.ca got word from a reliable scooper that Silent Hill 2 is still in the planning stages and looking to shoot in Toronto.
The sickos behind next Tuesday’s Blu-ray and standard release of the original Friday the 13th (DVD review), uncut for the first time in the U.S., have provided Dread with an exclusive clip from one of the disc’s bonus features! Don't worry, we won’t be greedy, we'll share it with you. Use the links below to pre-order yours today!
This morning we got a heads up that some teaser art for the next two films from Jim Mickle (Mulberry Street) have shown up on the man’s official website, and though they don’t give anything in terms of updates, its nice to have some visuals to go with the projects.
Whatever Alex Proyas does next, I hope he got the whole “working with Nicolas Cage” thing out of his system. There’s nothing worse than wanting to be excited for a film (in this case Knowing) but not being able to because of its star.
A whole bunch of films have been granted ratings recently, among them a film or two I’m surprised took this long to settle on a letter for.
Red 5 Comics’ Afterburn is making its way to the big screen, and this morning THR has learned that Matt Johnson (Torque, Into the Blue) has been tapped to pen the screenplay.
Ever since these collectibles were announced, I've been salivating over them like a rabid dog! Well, the time has come to get them into your hungry claws so get set to take a look at the nifty packaging!
You knew it was inevitable as talk has been steadily circulating for the past few months about Universal's prequel to the 1982 John Carpenter masterpiece The Thing. Well, a director and writer have officially been named.
You know, after sailing through some troubled waters for the better part of 2008, Lionsgate continues to make amends with horror fans by pulling off some really unexpected DVD coups. Following in the steps of the original My Bloody Valentine (review), the studio is now set to release Slaughter High uncut when it hits store shelves on April 14th.