There are those who love the Underworld series and those who hate it. If you're a fan of the flicks, I've got good news for you -- and it comes all the way from New Zealand.
Mark Tatulli's daily comic strip Li? should be a favorite of all horror fans. While other funnies may touch on our genre occasionally, if not only during October, Li? goes balls out all the time with mayhem, Death and mad experiments. But, would this dialog-less comic strip make for a good movie?
No matter your feelings on Rob Zombie’s Halloween (review), looks like we’re stuck with some pretty terrible DVD art when the disc hits on December 18th. DVD Active got a look at it, and if you click on the teaser image below you can see the whole thing and get what I mean.
I know you've all be waiting very patiently for the sequel to 2005's Boogeyman. Wait, maybe you were really wanting the remake of Lommel's '80s horror flick by the same name?
Every horror filmmaker wants to make a film that makes people jump. Even better is if they can make a movie that makes Sitges audiences jump. Such is the case with REC, as a new video the guys at Aullidos just posted demonstrates. Check out the audience reacting; pretty fucking cool if you ask me!
Now that you've got to experience the thrill and awe that is the 2007 Scream Awards, why not check out some behind the screams clips over at iFilm?
Just the other day we got word from director Robert Kurtzman (interview), with word that his latest film, To Live and Die has finally wrapped and things couldn’t be better.
Finally some more casting has been announced for The New Daughter, a horror movie we’ve not heard jack nor shit about since it was initially announced ("Pan’s Star is New Daughter" – April 2007). That’s just how production company Gold Circle works sometimes, taking forever to finally get their films rolling.
Steven C. Miller is finally reaping the benefits all the high praise his first film, Automaton Transfusion (review), has created, signing on to direct the comic book adaptation Area 52 for Benderspink according to Daily Variety.
Where have all the good haunted house movies gone to? The Messengers was tame and full of holes; The Grudge was meh and I honestly cannot remember the last time residential ghosts gave me the shivers. It's not that some of us horror junkies have become desensitized ... there's just nothing good in the past year or two.
The second trailer for Will Smith's "last man on Earth" film I Am Legend was leaked earlier today to Worst Previews, but Warner Bros. announced that it was actually the international trailer and requested they remove it.
In the future we'll all be 50%-75% plastic. I know it. The bad part is, none of that cosmetic surgery we'll need to look like a million bucks will be cheap ... or free. So what happens when you've gotten a new face but can't pay the bill? The Repo Man comes a calling!
Over the years we've seen a mix of good and bad come from George A. Romero's Night of the Living Dead being in the public domain. There have been great DVD releases and particularly bad ones. There have been fantastic remakes and even a 3D version that managed to entertain, but are the Living Dead ready to sing?
Kasch just called in following a Saw IV press junket, and he got a bit of clarification about the next two sequels, namely Saw V & VI.
We’ve heard from Clive about the Hellraiser remake, as well as the team behind it, Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo ("Hellraiser Remake Talk" – October 2007) but what about Pinhead himself?