Ah, I hate you Austin, TX. Yes, the entire damn city; deal with it. Why, you may ask? Because not only is it the hippest place on Earth, it’s also home to Fantastic Fest, which just announced its second wave of titles and there's some damn good stuff on here.
A few weeks back, you may recall the first bit of news about David Goyer working on a new version of The Invisible Man for Universal. Well, recently he chatted with MTV's Movies Blog and revealed that either that or X-Men Origins: Magneto will be the next project he’s working on.
Sometimes being ensconced so deeply in the world of horror, it’s nearly impossible to pay attention to anything else. So when Variety announces that rising star Rebecca Hall has officially joined Oliver Parker’s adaptation of Dorian Gray, I realize have no idea who this girl is.
MTV helped out our genre today by posting the first trailer for Go! producer Mickey Liddell's first directorial effort, The Haunting Of Molly Hartley. Prepare yourself for jump scares and overbearing narration!
During Comic-Con we covered a little bit about Davi de Oliveira Pinheiro's Brazilian psychic serial killer flick, Beyond the Grave (official site). Now we can finally show you the trailer for it right here!
IGN made me proud today as they posted a "restricted" trailer for Gregg Bishop's prom themed zombie picture, Dance of the Dead.
Jack Brooks has one hell of a job. Who wouldn't want to beat the livin' hell out of monsters? That fantasy job may never exist, but at least we can watch someone else do it.
Shawnee Smith, oh how I remember falling in love with her when I first saw The Blob. Did I mention that we have a Splattrax for that? Remember? That great idea we had that went over so well?
Wanna see what happens when the best of intentions spiral into absolute chaos? Then check out our exclusive clip from director Greg McLean's latest nature-run-amok affair!
Our man Andrew Kasch just called in with some very good news for you Friday the 13th freaks out there...
You know what’s wrong with horror these days? No, it’s not the glut of remakes. It’s not torture porn. It’s not Paris Hilton. Well, it might be Paris Hilton, but I don’t think so. No, the problem with horror today is there’s not enough Full Moon Features.
Well over a year ago when I first had the idea to do a podcast series of horror authors reading their works for our readers, the first people I approached when I wanted to get a sponsor behind it was Burbank’s Dark Delicacies. Really, when it comes to horror fiction, you don’t get any better than them.
Phil Mucci, pinball kingpin, pusherman, and director extraordinaire dropped a line in my mail box tonight that flipped me out in proper fashion. I'll let the release speak for itself.
I really have to question the wisdom of trying to market a horror film by throwing around Kevin Sorbo’s name. Sure, he’s the star of Something Beneath, a new direct-to-DVD horror on its way from Genius Products, but the only thing that’s going to do for the average horror fan is turn them away.
USA Today got their hands on six new images from John Hilcoat’s The Road, based on the best selling novel from Carmac McCarthy. Below you can see one of them, hit up USA Today or The Road’s database entry here on the site for the rest.