Well, it’s official; Martyrs helmer Pascal Laugier is in negotiations with Bob & Harvey Weinstein to write and direct the remake of Hellraiser, which you should recall was once in the hands of the French duo behind Inside before their take on the material proved too freaky.
The latest film from “Cutting Moments” director Douglas Buck, The Broken Imago, is only a teaser trailer right now, but it’s a teaser trailer that’s preparing to win hearts and minds with its tale of a virus that targets only adults.
Seeing as how the John Dowdle directed Quarantine (review) and M. Night Shyamalan's tale of deadly trees both failed to impress many of us, there's a good chance that combining the power of both filmmakers may produce something semi-quasi-somewhat amusing. Well, we're hoping, at least.
Just a few weeks ago we found out that Autopsy and Dying Breed (review) were going to be part of After Dark Horrorfest III, but now we can finally say the announcement is official thanks to a press release from After Dark Film's CEO Courtney Solomon.
Neil Gaiman’s latest novel, The Graveyard Book, just hit #1 on the New York Times bestseller’s list, and Gaiman couldn’t be happier about it. He recently chatted up the folks at MTV to talk all things scary and revealed that a movie version is already in the works.
MTV is celebrating Halloween in the way only a huge, multi-national corporation that feeds on the souls of the young can: with a shitload of exclusives!
Toby Wilkins (interview here) has kicked ass and taken names with his debut feature, Splinter, but the first reason we started talking about him was because he got the semi-sweet gig of directing the first non-Shimizu-helmed Grudge sequel.
Coming in a few days ahead of schedule, this year's Splattrax with special guest I-Mockery's Roger Barr is now live! We laughed, we cried, we tried to find ways to fit in Bill & Ted references thanks to bad hairstyles and eye-blistering fashion choices! All this and more can be yours if you just download the audio below and get yourself a copy of Dr. Giggles!
"When there's no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth" – tagline for the ages
Monroeville, PA, is no stranger to zombies, especially at their fabled mall where, in 1978, the original (and still best) Dawn of the Dead was filmed. Now, thirty years later, the shambling dead once again invaded for a three-day event which culminated in a good charitable cause. More on that later. ZombieFest, the annual event, was one hell of a good time, and if you missed it, you should promptly go and kick yourself wherever is most tender.
Timecrimes (review) will be playing in some select theatres in November, but Magnolia is keeping us on edge as to where we can see it.
Me? I'm a sucker for two kinds of movies ... zombie flicks and anthologies. The latter totally rules because with really short stories, if you're bored by one segment, another will be starting soon enough. Which is why I was glad to hear about director Ethan Terra joining forces with John Carl Buechler to bring us Monsterpiece Theatre.
With the nation mired in an economic crisis rivaled only by the Great Depression, a seemingly endless and increasingly unpopular war -- both of which are taking a devastating toll on the pocketbooks, morale and the very psyche of nearly every American -- and a myriad of domestic troubles ranging from health care and the environment to energy and the erosion of personal freedom, interest in the in the upcoming pr
UPDATE: STYD updated the My Bloody Valentine DVD news today with a list of special features that may just change the name of some naysayers.
Ridley Scott, the man who jerked many of us into the horror genre with space truckers and xenomorphs, may be eyeing another murderous creature for a future film.