It’s way too short and there's not enough of the massive amount of footage shot shown, but it sure as hell makes me want to see more, damnit! You will, too. Paul Davis just posted the first teaser for
Man, they just can’t leave the title for the film formerly known as Plane Dead (review) alone, can they? First it was changed to Flight of the Living Dead, now it’s being called Flight of the Living
Richard Stanley’s been doing a lot of updating as of late thanks to his newfound love of MySpace and all the space it allows him to write as much as he wants and get immediate reaction to it.
Worried that, despite all of the promises about Argento’s Mother of Tears being his hardest-edged movie to date, that the director was just getting too old for this shit? One look to your right sh
Long stretches of empty desert highway or middle-of-nowhere backwoods shortcuts: I think a debate could be conducted as to which of these foreboding roadways in the movies leads to the most carnage.
Man, this is just weird. Not one, but two Brian DePalma movies in some status of remake, neither of them the kinds of movies that really needed to be remade. Granted, Douglas Buck’s retelling of Si
Ohhh… I like this a lot. I can’t say what about the art below really works for me, but man it sure as hell does. Wow. Check it out; the official site for Rob Zombie’s Halloween, hitting theaters Augus
Things are looking good for Eric Red’s return to directing, the supernatural horror flick 100 Feet, at least so says the man himself in his latest blog update over at Arrow in the Head: "We’re five
Man, I really can’t wait to see what del Toro is able to do with Hellboy: The Golden Army. The simple promises he’s made about it, his happiness with his new studio (Universal) and the basic elements
Ah, and now we get to talk again about Death Walks the Streets, a movie that’s been a bit of a hot button issue for some horror fans for the simple fact that the filmmakers have been promoting the mov
**UPDATE!** Niles has confirmed that this is the real deal! Very cool! Though we’re not sure if this is studio-sourced or not, you have to admit it’s a damn fine looking piece of teaser art, wherev
Anchor Bay/Starz Home Entertainment (I still can’t figure out which one to refer to them as) are known for many things; putting out good direct-to-DVD horror is, sadly, not one of them. But I have
Presumably at the same time as Monolith were giving IGN the exclusive on the sequel to F.E.A.R., they gave them this first interview on Condemned 2: Bloodshot. So what do we learn (other than that
You know, I’ll never get used to writing "Gamecock" ... Anyway, the relatively new publishers have announced that the relatively new developers Renegade Kids are bringing Dementium: The Ward to the N
F.E.A.R. (review) got a lot of praise around these parts, and rightly so. It was a visceral, kinetic and scary video game that had a unique mix of ballistic action and psychological horror. While the