We’ve all seen slashers, hack-n-slashers, and horror films in which power tools were the primary instruments of death. But director Chris R. Notarile wasn’t satisfied with all that; he wanted to create the world’s first basher horror film, and he’s well on his way to making it happen!
One of those movies that’s been floating out there for a while now with little to no hype is Brett Sullivan’s follow-up to the excellent Ginger Snaps II: Unleashed, a trippy sounding horror movie called The Chair.
Editor's Note: This DFF was supposed to be up on Thursday but we had "technical" issues. Sorry if it's a bit out dated now! Wow, it’s been a while, hasn’t it? Did you miss us? You know you did. For being so patient, we decided that you should get a new round of horrific discussion of all things horror. Um... right. So here you go!
Along with the expected sinking of spirits upon arriving in Toronto after departing from Montreal (it just happens), the Rue Morgue Festival of Fear being underway was a more than adequate foil. Off t
I didn't truly comprehend just how incredibly insane the online hype and speculation about the J.J. Abrams-produced giant monster movie Cloverfield/1-18-08 had become until other movie news websites s
If you remember back a few years (don’t worry, we’ll still be here when you’re done), you might recall an indie flick that was getting all sorts of buzz called Hardcore Poisoned Eyes. You might also r
I’ve been seeing bits and pieces about this flick around for a few months now, but never really looked into it until now. And damn I’m glad I did!
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Though I never really thought about it, I guess a small, “platform” release (that’s industry speak, by the way) for Tim Burton’s Sweeney Todd would have made sense since it’s more out there than usual
The end is nigh. Again. Daily Variety got word late in the day today that Intrepid Pictures has nabbed the rights to the “supernatural thriller” (or what we like to call “horror movie”) The Fourth Horseman, written by Marshall Uzzle and Perry Fair. Intrepid will have Snowblind penners Paul Benz & Steve Tomlin throw a re-write at it.
Though it’s by no means the best look we’ll have at it, STYD managed to snap up the first look at the new poster for Doug Buck’s remake of Brian DePalma’s Sisters, which you can see in all it’s glory
How often do you go to cons and spend way too much money on stuff you just have to have, taking the word from the seller that its authentic? Probably more often than you’d like. So how about spending
Well, only a few more days to go before Rob Zombie’s Halloween finally hits theaters (listen to our interview with Rob Zombie here!). We’ve been telling you about our Legion of Michael contests (detai