**The freaks at Fangoria had to go and burst out bubble by pointing out that this art is only inspired by Barker's story, not for the movie. But damnit it's cool anyway!** Now that, friends and nei
Konami unveiled today that Silent Hill will be coming to Japanese arcades. Using a translation off of Watch Impress, the Japanese website carrying the story, there are some details that can be pie
The Internet is a friggin' strange place. It's literally changed the way that most of us have gotten our entertainment. Remember when we would watch shows like America's Funniest Videos and such to get a dose of the crazy shit that happens to us all? Well, now we have access to that kind of stuff instantaneously because of sites like YouTube and Break.com.
Of all the films about Hannibal Lecter to base tourism on, I really didn’t think Hannibal Rising would be the one chosen; though I guess for the sake of locations it is the most exotic. Just goes to s
Ready to geek out? I mean really really go nutzoid geek crazy, let it all hang out and all that? Then head on over to Yahoo! Movies to check out the final trailer for Grindhouse, due to beat the livin
Good to see someone moving up through the ranks of Hollywood on their own terms instead of taking the first directing gig that comes along. Jeremy Alter, who served as a producer of David Lynch’s Inla
Think you got what it takes to make a music video? Do ya? Punk? If you answered with an enthusiastic "Hell yes, Butane, shut the hell up!", then you’re going to want to pay attention to this story
As if it weren’t cool enough that Eric Red is making a return to the director’s chair, his first outing behind the camera since the woefully underrated Bad Moon (a film I plan on mentioning as many ti
Where will the world be when all of Lucio (The Beyond, Zombie) Fulci’s movies have finally made their way to DVD? I guess by then there will be a whole new format to transport them to, like halo-cards or something futuristic like that...
I know there are many fans out there that have been waiting a long time for the next movie from Toe Tag Pictures, The Redsin Tower (review), and for good reason: The film is a far cry from the balls-o
One company we’ve not heard a lot from since Toy Fair started up last week is Sideshow, though I have no doubt that they have some great stuff planned for horror fans in 2007; we horror fans are the o
There’s been no early buzz about Paramount Pictures' upcoming Hitchcock-esque thriller Disturbia about a teen under house arrest who takes up voyeurism only to find out that his neighbor might be a mu
The Lifetime Network sucks But for once, it does so intentionally. Seems the estrogen-centric channel most famed for tearjerkers, sappy romance, and "men are evil" movies is getting into the horror
Love, love, love. Buy, buy, buy. That’s the only way you can show her you really love her these days; buy something really expensive. Or so the advertising machine of America will tell you. Well,
Korea looks to be giving Japan a run for its money now in the horror movie biz. According to Andrew's review of The Host's limited edition DVD package, this is not a film to be missed and it lacks cro