Rogue Pictures is starting the PR for Neil Marshall's Doomsday ("Doomsday Draws Near" - July 12, 2007) with the release of four new posters that Bloody Disgusting found while creeping around the San Diego Comic Con today.
Comic Con is in full swinging motion and news is pouring in from all over the net about new movies, comics and best of all ... toys! As a toy collector I get all drooly whenever a respectable company
There was a lot of controversy surrounding the multi-director Twilight Zone movie that hit theatres back in the early 1980s. Film fact ghouls like myself love to get our hands on factoids and sometime
Remember when DVDs started getting popular around the late '90s? Sure, it was a great time as the technology was new and things like special features blew our minds, but it has been 10 years now. DVD
**UPDATE** Our man Andrew Kasch just called in from Comic-Con with a bit of news from Abrams himself regarding his new monster mash. "This will not be a Godzilla or Voltron movie," says Abrams. "An
Man, it’s only been a few days and already we have more Saw IV stuff on our hands than we know what to do with. Arrow in the Head snapped a pic of the Comic Con exclusive poster for the upcoming seque
And how incredibly sweet it is! We're still not sure what the hell is going on, but apparently Chris Redfield has a job to do and he's not leaving till it's done. It looks to me like they took everyth
To follow up on the new pics we reported on earlier today ("New Eye, Hill & Stone Pics" – July 26th), it seems Warner Bros. wanted to make sure that Fangoria got the first look at their artwork for th
Dark Sky Films are the lucky bastards who will be unleasing the French hit Them (aka Ils, review here) on the unsuspecting US population, and today they gave Fangoria the heads up as to when that will
With Comic Con now in full swing, it’s going to become like a tennis match out there trying to keep track of all the things that will be popping up online between now and Sunday. The first bits ha
It’s very strange; over the last two days we’ve been getting an influx of e-mails with links to DVD cover art. I really don’t know where it’s all coming from, but I’ll take it!
First the very cool official poster for Saw IV makes itself known to the world (“Saw IV Poster Revealed!" – July 25th, 2007); now IGN got a brand-new pic from the movie to help keep the saliva flowing.
Eddie Izzard is a weird replacement for Jeremy Piven, luckily in this case it’s just his voice and not, say, a body double. Ew. The Hollywood Reporter found out that Izzard is taking over Piven’s
When we first told you about the plans in place to bring back the classic horror titles Creepy and Eerie, old school horror anthology comics from the 60's and 70's ("Creepy & Eerie Re-launched" - Febr
For a while it seemed like all was lost for Night of the Living Dead 3-D (review). We haven't heard anything about it for months. Some would say that's a good thing. The silence has been broken as Sid