Back on in one of our various early incarnations, we did a story or two about an indie movie coming out of Argentina called Death Knows Your Name. Why? Because in all honesty it just sounded like a co
I just don’t know how I feel right now. Part of me is reeling with the possibilities of what Frank Darabont could do with an adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower series. The rest of me, the par
Now that the dust surrounding Tom Cruise’s insanity is beginning to settle, Paramount is finding a lot or projects that had to be abandoned by him and his producing partner Paula Wagner when they spli
Of all the bizarre comebacks for 80’s stars in the recent years, Kiefer Sutherland's is the one that still freaks me out sometimes. And not just because his first name is Kiefer; seriously, what the h
Just when you thought Lionsgate might be done with new editions of the Saw films, they unleash yet another into our unsuspecting laps. Word got out today that the UK division of Lionsgate will be
Here are your DVD choices come February 6th, 2007... The Amazing Screw-On Head (2006) Directed by Chris Pryoski Mike Mignola’s bizarre tale of a spy for President Lincoln finally makes its way
A few weeks back our man Nomad got a chance to see Tim Sullivan’s 2001 Maniacs follow-up, Driftwood, at a special screening in NYC put on by the folks at Image Entertainment. From said screening came
I guess if I were Joel Schumacher I wouldn’t be too happy about Warner Bros. just making a sequel to one of my best movies, The Lost Boys (which we last told you about here), without listening to a wo
Some very good news for Hatchet helmer Adam Green came out of this past weekend’s Santa Barbara Film Festival, which as you may recall was the site of the premiere of his sophomore feature, Spiral, co
After 28 years of living on the outer rim of the horror world, occasionally stepping forward to make their name known but usually just staying the shadows to avoid detection, a small company called Fa
The official site for Magnolia Pictures' release of The Host has finally opened its doors beyond the splash page that was there before. It’s filled with a lot of cool features that will hopefully get
Weird. A mere day after we did a story about the upcoming UK release of Pan’s Labyrinth on DVD (read it here), New Line sends out the news that they have plans in place for a US DVD come May 15th.
Dear Diary, I ate someone else today. I know I vowed not to eat anymore people; he just looked so delicious. I couldn't help myself. I'm getting fat, aren't I? I'm vowing right now not to eat anyone else - at least not until I've lost five pounds. Met a new guy today... He looked so yummy. Oops, I'm doing it again. Diary of a Cannibal...
Now that Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth (review) is pretty much playing everywhere, there’s really no reason for you to keep missing out on this brilliant slice of filmmaking. It’s been nominate
Our ringmaster around these parts, Mr. Johnny Butane, directed all of your attention earlier this week towards one of the first hands-on previews of the Hellboy videogame coming from Konami.