The incredibly strange, sexually charged and gory Wicked Lake (review) is coming to DVD on October 7th, and we’ve been waiting patiently for the folks at Fever Dreams to drop some final disc specs into our waiting laps. Finally, our laps our filled!
You may recall a few months back that a lot of hoopla arose surrounding the announcement that Mark Steven Johnson, he of Ghost Rider infamy, would be tackling a miniseries for HBO based on Garth Ennis’ beloved comic series Preacher. The plan was large; at one point every single issue of the comic was going to be an entire episode of the show (really the only way it would work). Now, however, Johnson has revealed that it was always close, but no cigar.
Back in 2002 when “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” was nearing the end of its run on TV, creator Joss Whedon and Jeff Loeb began work on an animated series that would expand the Buffyverse and take place sometime during the show's first or second season.
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has been doing good by us horror fans with its "Icons of Horror" series, which has so far covered some of the best films from Boris Karloff (review) and
I know Syxx usually likes to handle all the Twilight news himself, but as a belated birthday present, I thought I'd give him a break and cover this update.
The most celebrated and wonderful holiday in the history of mankind, Halloween, is approaching us quicker than I think any of use realize and with the holiday comes the hauntings. The best place to experience real terror this season? Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights!
The team behind the upcoming survival horror game Dead Space apparently have a much larger story than even a prequel comic, animated movie, and video game can tell. Today they’ve kicked off yet another horrific facet of the Dead Space universe: No Known Survivors.com.
Seems like it’s been forever and a day or two since Adam Wingard’s Home Sick was running through my old VHS player, twisting my brain. It’s been so long I don’t even have VHS anymore, as a matter of fact, but that’s all right because the final version of Home Sick is finally out on DVD today!
Last week we told you guys that a new documentary was being made about the legacy of the Friday the 13th franchise called His Name Was Jason. At the time you may recall me mentioning that our own Steve “Uncle Creepy” Barton would be interviewed for the doc and, just to prove I’m not a big phony, we got the pics to prove it!
When the zombie comedy Zombieland was first mentioned a few months back, I don’t think anyone expected a name like Woody Harrelson would eventually be attached to it. But, according to The Hollywood Reporter this morning, that’s just what’s happened!
Roy Lee and Vertigo Entertainment continue to branch out from their Asian horror remake roots with a new thriller called The Mountain, according to Variety. Working with Legendary Pictures and Written Pictures, they’ve tapped Malice in Wonderland scribe Jayson Rothwell to pen the script.
Viz Pictures dropped a bloody pile of "HOLY DAMN" right in our laps today by announcing that Death Note II: The Last Name (review) is going to get a 300+ theatre screening this October!
It's pretty easy to see that WB's Raw Feed (official site) is picking up where Lionsgate left off by providing killer direct-to-video horror flicks
OK, so it isn't really pretty. Something about floating heads and giving away who the antagonists are in a poster just never sits well with me.
In case you've forgotten, the first issue of famed artist/author Ben Templesmith's newest comic series Welcome to Hoxford is now available from IDW Publishing.