Pit of Horror and Dread Central regretfully announce that, due to unforeseen circumstances Fear Fest 3 is being rescheduled to February 20th-22nd, 2009. Thank you to everyone who was planning to attend and we apologize for any inconvenience. We will update everyone on the NEW and IMPROVED guest list as it solidifies.
The horror genre has always been maligned by the mainstream. For as long as I can remember, the general public has frowned upon not only horror movies but also games, TV programs, books, you name it. As a result the horror community has remained small and extremely tight-knit.
Back in May of this year, we all found out about two new projects from B-Movie master Uwe Boll. Stoic, a story of two cellmates who brutalize the third then cover up the crime, now has a teaser trailer out there. We picked it up and embedded it!
It’s disconcerting when a film’s made these days with even a hint of horror about them that we don’t hear about until the 11th hour.
Though I’ve never read a single thing by him, it’s not because I have anything against Chuck Palahniuk. I’m sure he’s a great author and someday I’ll sit down and actually start digging through some of his works. One of his more horror-centric novels that I'll be sure to hit first is Lullaby, and it sounds like it’s finally on its way to the big screen.
A small but sturdy selection of horror DVDs hit the market on Tuesday, September 2nd, 2008, and they include…
It’s been a while since we’ve done anything linking to those ingenious weirdos at Angry Alien, but their recent inclusion of a 30-second bunny-filled rendition of David Slade's 30 Days of Night caught our attention anew.
The news came down via Variety this morning that Mum & Dad, one of those new British film that we keep hearing about but have yet to actually see, has been snapped up for distribution by Revolver Entert
Man, I really dig this show. Yeah, it takes me between six and nine hours to get there and back, which means I really need to start going down a day early, but it’s worth it to hang out at one of the best-run and most well-attended conventions on the East Coast.
Here’s the latest scoop from the desk of Brian Ronalds at the offices of Netherbeast Incorporated.
So here it is already Labor Day Weekend, 2008. Man, it seems like just a few days ago I was peeling July off the calendar as we entered the month of August. But no, it really is time for the August 23-29, 2008, Weekly Wrap-Up.
I don’t know what it is about discussing a Paul W.S. Anderson movie, but for some reason it made us all really ... gay. The homosexual under and overtones in this Dinner for Fiends made us all take a long, hard look at our own sexuality. We found it disturbing.
All right, it’s about time we saw some moving images from J.T. Petty’s The Burrowers, which you may recall is debuting at the Toronto International Film Festival.
For the last few months we’ve been trying to implant as much knowledge as possible about Minions of Ka, the badass zombie graphic novel we’re involved with that’s debuting at Dragon*Con today.
One good thing about George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead being in the public domain is that it allows all sorts of creative re-interpretations to be made of it. Granted the ones worth paying attention to are few and far between; for every 5 Night of the Living Dead 3D’s, we get something cool like NotLD: Reanimated.