Finally you can all stop your bitching about when a new website for Uwe Boll’s Postal will be online. I know it’s been a long wait, you’ve been promised a lot, but now, today, finally, the website is
I question if anyone still cares about a remake of A Tale of Two Sisters nowadays, when J-horror (and yes, I know it's technically K-horror) finally seems to have run it’s course with US audiences, but I guess it depends on if they can make it as good as the original.
Not a big slice of news, but Davis DVD, who tend to be more reliable than not, learned the Genius Entertainment have plans to release Quentin Tarrantino’s half of Grindhouse (review) this fall. De
I know you’re likely sick of hearing Eli Roth talking about Hostel Part II by now, but what about talking about Hostel Part II and baseball? Yeah, that’s what I thought. We got a heads up today fro
It wasn't very long ago that news of a new toy company calling itself Silver Scream Toys (SST) hit the World Wide Web big time. Even Dread Central got in on the action right here. Interviews with t
A little bit more info on the proposed adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s Death: The High Cost of Living (which we last told you about here) has come down via Superhero Hype, who had a chance to talk to the
Got a heads up today about a new interview that was posted over on the Italian horror site Splattercontainer (for some reason I really dig that name), conducted with Subspecies madman Ted Nicolaou about his latest endeavor, The Etruscan Mask.
Wow, it really is all about the bloodsuckers today, isn't it? NECA just put up some new pics of the upcoming figures they have on the way on their MySpace page, among them the brand-new Michael Myers
All right, talk about a good weekend for trailer debuts! First I Am Legend (see it here) now Sony has released the official 30 Days of Night trailer!
As the man says, it’s been a long time since we’ve heard about this project, but at least we finally have something to show for it! Scott Phillips (The Stink of Flesh) dropped us a line today with
You know things are changing in our genre when even museums begin to take note of the importance horror has on society as a whole. The Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, NY is pioneering a new
So as some of you may know, outside of making sure you’re all kept up-to-date on the latest horror happenings (and keeping everyone else on the site in line), working my day job and trying to spend so
The twisted minds behind last year's Crank have set their sites on medical horror and if that doesn't excite you, you're as dead as the stiffs in Pathology - a blood-drenched psychological creepfest due out from MGM at year's end.
Despite their iffy turnout to date (28 Weeks fucking ruled, the rest has been "eh"), I’m happy to see that Fox Atomic is sticking to our genre for future endeavors, at least that seems to be their pla
Foy was the first to tell you about the new indie horror film Albino Farm (right here), which is being put together over in Missouri, announcing that wrestler Chris Jericho was on board the film. It t