Nothing better than a chick-centered horror movie, am I right? Girls running around in negligees being pursued by a masked maniac in between long, lingering showers. Do ya feel me? Women’s Studies is nothing like that at all.
Just got a look at and preview of the next issue of HorrorHound, specifically Issue #6, which celebrates 20 years of The Monster Squad and months of Grindhouse hype at the same time. The staff cha
An introverted young man, bullied throughout his life for being a weakling, aspires to be a bodybuilder. Despite all his hard work he can't quite seem to achieve the Mr. Olympia look he so covets. Wha
Finally, Wes Craven admits that not only does Shocker need to be remade, it needs to be remade as soon as humanly possible. Well, all right maybe he’s not that adamant about it, but he did reveal
Man, After Dark seems to be having all sorts of stuff going on both good and bad. Yesterday it was good; today, coupled with the news of them dropping The Tripper, it seems to be bad. The Hollywoo
Mr. Courtney Cox, aka David Arquette, just posted a new blog over on the Tripper MySpace board with what has to be construed as a classic call for help. Actually, no, that’s exactly what it is.
Fox Atomic just sent us over the first official poster for 28 Weeks Later, which you may recall is in theaters everywhere this May 11th. The film takes place 6 months after the events of 28 Days Later
And speaking of After Dark Films and their Horrorfest offerings (which we just did right here), just wanted to both remind you that the DVDs are all out next Tuesday, March 27th (read our DVD review o
The folks at After Dark Films just threw a pile of pics from their May 18th release of Captivity a film that really looks like it should’ve been part of the next Horrofest if you ask me. In it Elisha
A press release sent out this weekend made a pretty cool announcement for one of the producers of Jamie Farr’s Xombie, Lawreen Yakkel, though sadly it has nothing to do with a feature-length Xombie en
According to the Associated Press, the man who gave us one of the most ludicrously bad, yet infinitely charming haunted house flicks of our lifetime, Stuart Rosenberg, has died of a heart attack at
mCheck out what you'll be purchasing come March 20th, 2007... First Born (2007) Directed by Isaac Webb Oh, Elizabeth Shue, what happened to you? How did you end up in a direct-to-DVD thriller?
I just wanted to clear up something that started going around the Net last week about the setting for Midnight Meat Train, a film that is so New York City at its core that it hurts, changing its setti
Curious to know everything there is to know about the new Will Smith vehicle I Am Legend but don’t want to go searching all over the Net for the info? You’re a lazy one, aren’t ya? Luckily for you
In other casting news, seems more and more people are jumping at the chance to be near Kate Beckinsale in her new Antarctica-set thriller, Whiteout, based on the comic series of the same name by Greg