A few weeks back we showed you the first trailer for the indie horror film Death’s Door (“Death’s Door Trailer!” – August 2007) and at the time I commented that it sure didn’t look like an indie film.
Early last month I reported on how The Asylum was working on I Am Omega, one of their signature mockbusters, this piggybacking off of the upcoming megabudget Will Smith blockbuster I Am Legend ("Dcasc
A lot, and I mean a lot of discs are due out on Tuesday, September 11th, kids, so pay attention! The Addams Family: Volume 3 Directed by Various Man, the just don’t make shows like this anymore
While the closing of Back to the Future: The Ride still makes my blood boil, it's hard to stay mad at Universal Studios for their never-ending dedication to October thrills. Last year, I had the pleas
Oh, man, the casting for Darren Lynn Bousman’s Repo! The Genetic Opera just keeps getting cooler and cooler. With shooting set to start today some more last-minute casting has come down; namely th
There’s a lot of crazy shit going on with our brothers to the north where the Toronto International Film Festival is going down as we speak. Bloody Disgusting are stalking the clean streets of the cit
While I’m sure the Spierig Brothers Undead follow-up, the futuristic vampire action movie Daybreakers, is going to be pretty damn slick, is it possible it could also be the first of a franchise?
Well, this sure is good news for fans of zombie western comedies everywhere. A few weeks back we did a story about how Glasgow Phillip’s Undead or Alive: A Zombedy might be left floating for a whi
Anchor Bay has finally gotten around to filling in the details on their Hellraiser: 20th Anniversary Edition DVD release, which will be part of the prestigious Anchor Bay Collection that started off w
A few months back, our boys in Montreal got to sit down with indie filmmaker Rusty Nails, director of Acne (review) and the upcoming George Romero doc Dead On: The Life and Cinema of George A. Romero
With Toronto’s Midnight Madness in full swing (Diary of the Dead debuted there last night, sigh), festival organizers have decide to weed out the middle man and just kick out with their own blog to detail all the cool shit that’s going down.
Only one more month remains until Joe Lynch's Wrong Turn 2 (review) lands on store shelves. The hype machine behind the film continues to barrel down the internet ("The Rules of Apocalypse " - August
In no way is this anything official from the new Wolf Man, but it sure is confirmation of what was recently leaked about Rick Baker’s involment with the remake (“Baker to Make New Wolf Man?” – Septemb
Like watching awesome retro-horror classics you say? Especially in an old school movie palace environment? Even better if it happens to be in the heart of the "Paris of America" aka San Francisco? Wel
The Orphanage is still circulating around the festival circuit with a limited US release in December, but it has struck some chords well enough to already be flagged to be remade for American audience