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.
It’s not a huge update by any means, but anytime I get a chance to talk about Joss Whedon here on the site, especially in relation to the horror movie he co-wrote with Drew Goddard, Cabin in the Woods, I will take it. So you’ll just have to deal with it!
All right, it’s been a long, hard road but finally our celebrity judges have settled on the winners in our “8 Shorts to Die For” short film competition, brought to you by After Dark Films! The winning video, the creator of which will be receiving a 120G Video iPod pre-loaded with previous Horrorfest entries, is MJ Dixon’s “Eye Spy”! Huge congrats to Dixon, now dig the movie below!
The final installment of our exclusive Dark Moon Rising video interview series is ready, and we've saved the best for last! That's right, folks; sit back and get ready to spend a little time with the one and only Sid Haig!
The big day for heartbreak is coming on strong, and you know what? So is the redux of the reborn slasher classic My Bloody Valentine. To celebrate, the folks behind the film have concocted a way for you to send your Valentine's Day musings to your favorite bleeding heart!
A few days ago we got our first look at Tales of an Ancient Empire, and now we have not only a slew of new stills from the first couple of days of shooting, but also a peek at not just one or two, but three teaser posters for the film.
Hungry for some mutant killing action? Honestly, who isn't? Why back in my day any critter with more than two eyes would find themselves on the business end of a shotgun. Things just haven't been the same since the bomb dropped ... what? Oh yeah, sorry.
Universal just released stills from their 2009 slate of movies and while some of them we’ve seen a thousand times before, like The Wolfman and Cirque du Freak, we do have our first look at Wes Craven’s 25/8 and some new imagery from Last House on the Left and Drag Me to Hell.
A whole slew of trailers have appeared on the official site for Voltage Pictures, the guys behind a lot of cool upcoming horror titles like Eduardo Sanchez’s Seventh Moon. Instead of boring you with multiple stories about one thing, how about one story about multiple things?
Now this is an odd turn of events; THR reported this morning that Horton Hears a Who director Jimmy Hayward has signed on to make his live action debut with the DC Comic adaptation Jonah Hex, which has been stagnant for a bit after the Crank directors departed the project.
A possible teaser trailer for the second [Rec] film has hit YouTube and as always we're letting you know. Be warned though ... this may not be legit but damn if it isn't cool!
You can almost smell the coppery stench of blood in the air as we draw ever closer to the release of My Bloody Valentine 3D and to celebrate we've got another clip for ya!
And the Friday news keeps on coming! There's no doubt about it; 2009 is shaping up to be Jason's year! Paramount Home Entertainment in association with King Media have tapped one of the creative minds behind the much anticipated documentary His Name Was Jason (expect a full review soon), Dan Farrands, has begun work on the special features for Friday 4, 5, and 6. His first order of business? Commentary tracks, and you may be a little surprised as to who was the first to show up!