Back when I was a kid, there were two family-oriented monster shows you could choose between in reruns: “The Munsters” and “The Addams Family”. Now, while “The Munsters” definitely had its charms, for
If you thought a remake of Troll sounded inexplicable then how do you feel about a remake of Witchboard? Though that decent little horror flick from 1986 has gone on to amass a small cult following, a
I’ve been wondering about the release status on the horror/western/comedy Undead or Alive: A Zombedy for a while now; it was shopped around during the festival season, but to my knowledge no deals wer
When I first heard about the Sci-Fi Channel original movie Ice Spiders (review) I was highly skeptical. In addition to Sci-Fi's supremely spotty track record when it comes to making original movies th
We just got a very interesting link from a source who wishes to remain anonymous. It’s a YouTube video, as you can tell, and while we know what it is, I think it’s better if you figure it out for your
The creator of Saw (James Wan) may be brining Kevin Bacon back into the thriller genre (Eight Clips from Death Sentence! - August 02, 2007), but what really matters here is a bad ass 1969 Ford Mustang
Ah, the hype machine. For some movies it is a slow, lumbering best, barely alive and kept that way only by the devoted few who take pity on it with an occasional feeding. For something like Adam G
This issue of Witchblade Takeru: Manga #7 drops us off right into the middle of the action (apparently in mid-conversation. I thought at first maybe I was missing a page.) The current bearer of the Wi
Word came down via Screen Daily recently that a long thought dead project has actually started rolling recently. Metal fans; be sure you’re sitting down. Bruce Dickinson, frontman of Iron Maiden a
I know, I know, there’s every reason in the world why Alone in the Dark 2 will suck. But really, could it be any worse than the Uwe Boll original? Try and keep that in mind as we move forward. Fan
Amazing what you can find if you really look around this thing we call “the Internet”. For example, Melissa Bostaph, DC reviewer extraordinaire, came across a short film called “The Insane” while perusing online and was blown away by just how damn good it looked for a short film.
If you've never seen Shakma then you probably should. I mean how many slasher flicks have there been where the killer is actually a psychotic baboon, not counting Larry Drake in Dr. Giggles? Not sure
Man, let me tell you, whoever is behind all this secrecy surrounding Cloverfield (or whatever it will eventually be called) they sure are doing a damn good job of keeping things confusing so far.
It’s been a while since we’ve heard much about Ti West’s Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever, the sequel to Eli Roth’s breakout debut, but such is always the case when post-production is going on hot and heavy, as it were.
”Dorothy as some bondage queen isn’t something I want to do," It’s not often a quote like that appears in Daily Variety so when it does, we have to point it out. The quote comes from History of Vi