This is a movie you all need to see. All of you. It blew minds left and right at this year’s Fantasia, which was only one of many fests it’s kicked ass at over the last year or so.
Who's the man behind what's guaranteed to be one of the most offensively funny films of the year? A self-hating negro named Jonathan Lewis, that's who.
There's no question! The fans have spoken! We need another direct-to-video franchise! We need not just one sequel to the Paul Walker SHOCKER(!), Joy Ride, we need a throng of them! Our worlds would not be complete without them. If anyone can hammer mediocrity home for all of us, it's a killer named Rusty Nail!
Sure there's the Afterdark Horrorfest and P2 in theaters this weekend, but why shell out your hard earned money to go somewhere to watch a potentially great movie when you can stay home and watch a made-for-television sequel to Bats premiering on the Sci-Fi Channel tonight? What possible reason would you have not to do so?
The idea of enchanted/cursed clay sculptures coming to life and portraying events that have yet to happen is a kick-ass idea for a movie. With Clive Barker acting as executive producer, there's no way that plot could go to waste, right? Guess I spoke too soon...
If you're blue and you don't know where to go to, why don't you go where fashion sits? Shit! FIRE!!!
I have no idea what an Etruscan Mask is. Not a single clue. Good thing director Ted Nicolaou (Puppet Master vs Demonic Toys) was around to explain it to us via YouTube. Etruscan Mask is an Italian horror film Ted has directed, and it is showing a bit of promise.
Ryan Rotten of STYD recently updated a story about our confirmation that Rob Zombie would be directing the C.H.U.D. remake ("Zombie to Redo C.H.U.D.!" - November 2007). According to STYD Rob may not be attached to the redux at all, "We got word from Zombie's management team that he is NOT directing the remake."
While we gear up for the 2nd annual Fear Fest, UK convention-goers will get the same treat Fear Festers will be enjoying come March: meeting Neil Marshall in person!
In the future you'll be able to walk into the housewares section of Crate and Barrell and select a favorite pattern on dishes and bowls featuring your most loved horror film icons. Just picture it ... designer stone antiqued plates with Freddy Krueger staring back at you at the center.
With P2 (review) in theaters today and in direct competition with not one but eight other horror films, one can’t help but wonder how well it could do. But if it’s as good as our review and others are saying, maybe it’s a shoe-in for higher box office. Learn more about the film either before or after seeing it by checking out the below on-camera interview with stars Wes Bentley and Rachel Nichols!
Man, I really can’t help but not care about this movie. Like, at all. Sure Jessica Alba’s hot, but that didn’t give me any more reason to watch "Dark Angel" when it was on because she’s also a horrible actress. There, I said it.
With After Dark’s second annual Horrorfest making its way to theaters starting today, it’s only appropriate that the final film to be announced, Crazy Eights, finally gets itself some poster art.
David Goyer has way too much going on at any given time to be able to focus too much on one particular project. One of his most recent announcements that intrigued me was the adaptation of Baltimore (review), but it’s only one movie among many the writer/director is working on.
Indy flick producer extraordinaire Tony DiDio began treading on some familiar ground when he put four new films on his slate. He has his sights set on a follow-up to Toolbox Murders and a remake of a gem that recently got the DVD treatment it deserved: Spider Baby (review)!