I love the horror industry. When a good looking splatter fest is on the horizon, the excitement builds and everyone from the casual fan to the creators of the film seem to celebrate together. When it is all said and done, there are plenty of stories to be told. This one is a quickie, but its hysterical none the less. This week My Bloody Valentine 3D had some sneak preview screenings across the country for blood thirsty creeps. At these screenings, you'll often be approached by PR Reps for the film company asking what you thought of the movie.
In case you missed it elsewhere, Lionsgate and After Dark Films have already announced the street date for the Horrorfest 3 DVD box set; March 31st,2009. Not only that, but they already have the box art for all 8 and the box set ready to go as well! Use the store below to pre-order one, two, six, or all of them through Evilshop! You’ll be thankful you did.
Like it or not, deny it or not, Twilight is a phenomenon. Comparisons have been made to it being Harry Potter for girls. I'd say it's more like a Star Wars prequel for girls - a not-so-good movie based on a hugely popular property that hardcore fans are determined to love regardless of how not-so-good it is.
It’s been a long time since we’ve heard anything from SOTA, but I have to say it is nice that when they do drop us a line, it’s because a very cool, very big new horror from the mind of Lovecraft has come to life again.
Now that we’ve all had a chance to see Craig Singer’s follow up to Dark Ride, the Horrorfest feature Perkins’ 14, I’m sure the prominent question in everyone’s mind is; what is he doing next? Well, I’m glad you asked!
Anxious to see My Bloody Valentine 3D? So anxious you can’t wait just one extra day to see it with the rest of the world? Lionsgate’s got you covered, then; this Thursday, January 15th there will be a special 3D showing of My Bloody Valentine 3D at 10PM at theaters across the country!
Just the other day we showed you some brand-new images from the upcoming Last House on the Left remake, and now Rogue has released the first trailer for it to get you even more excited!
As some of you may have noticed, we've been having some strange connectivity issues within the last few weeks, and the site has been disappearing a lot. We've known what the problem is for a bit now, just had to put the plan in motion to rectify it.
Summit Entertainment just released images from their 2009 slate of releases and while there’s not a lot of horror on there, it’s still worth showing you guys. Cause, you know, you’re special.
Just in time for its twenty-fifth anniversary, Sony Pictures is planning a stellar re-release of one of the most beloved films everywhere, Ghostbusters, and we've got a look at what you can expect!
Just about every filmmaker has a flick that never saw that light of day for one reason or another, including Splinter/Grudge 3 director Toby Wilkins.
Joe Hill’s first foray into comics, Locke & Key: Welcome to Lovecraft (review), was yet another indication of what a versatile writer Hill is and a great example of how an artist’s work can make a writer’s words come to life.
This past Halloween saw the release of a tweener horror movie so damned determined to scare the crap out its audience even the simple sound generated by mail being slipped through the slot of the front door was transformed into a loud crashing noise designed to startle viewers out of their seats.
Chris Nahon’s Blood: The Last Vampire finally has a release date … in France, at least. And it’s not until July, sadly, so we’ve got at least another six months before we see if the film lives up to its anime roots.