Can I get a HELL YES? Despite what some may think about the need for a remake of My Bloody Valentine, especially one in 3D, it just added one helluva cool name to the cast list that has moved it up significantly on my “must see” list.
While we patiently await the release of The Lost Skeleton Returns Again, the sequel to Larry Blamire’s The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra, Fangoria learned that long-time friend of the genre Daniel Roebuck will be starring in another Blamire-helmed homage to horror films of olden times.
Kouta Hirano's Hellsing is a unique bit of horror manga. The story takes place in the same world as Bram Stoker's Dracula but throws in bits of H.P. Lovecraft and lots of other nasty things that make it a fast-paced, gun-blazing bloodbath.
Chances are, unless you pay really close attention to the site and are able to remember every single news story we do, you’re probably not familiar with Graham Reznick’s I Can See You, one of the latest films to come out of Larry Fessenden’s Scareflix label. But that’s all right cause I’m here to school you.
Man, I’m glad this came up during my shift cause I’ve been dying to talk about this movie for weeks. Now, if you click on the teaser image to your right for Catherine Hardwicke’s Twilight, you may understand why.
I think it was a few years ago I was engaged in a conversation on another message board talking about what sort of animals have yet to be used in a nature gone amok movie that should be given the killer animal treatment. Someone in the thread suggested the goblin shark. Most people probably don't even know the goblin shark is a real animal, a rarely seen deep sea shark with an oddly shaped head boasting a larger than average snout.
Imagine it; you're fresh back from fighting the Crusades, and all you want to do is chill at home and maybe hang with some ladies for a while. Then a damn vampire army has to show up and muck things up. See, this is why I hate bloodsuckers.
And expectations are rising for fans! DC learned today via press release that Sid has joined the likes of Maria Conchita Alonso (The Running Man, "Saints and Sinners"), Chris Mulkey (The Hidden, Cloverfield), and Billy Drago (The Untouchables, "Masters of Horror: Imprint") on Dana Mennie's upcoming horror opus Dark Moon Rising.
All right, so we know Fear Itself kicks off on June 5th with Stuart Gordon’s “’Eater” (pictured), but after that the anthology’s schedule has been up in the air. No more!
This past week a box arrived at our door from a company called Gorify. The company has a line of affordable horror-geared makeup products, and we jumped all over the opportunity to turn someone into a member of the walking dead.
On December 12th, Twilight may split vampire fans down the middle. I've heard conflicting opinions about the book the film is based on, but I was not expecting to see a bloodsucker flick where they're walking around in daylight!
All right, it took longer than any of us would’ve liked, thanks in no small part to various sicknesses, Tribeca and other conspiring factors, but I’m proud to announce that our massive toy gallery from New York Comic Con is now online!
Universal has finally set a date for the DVD release of Neil Marshall’s Doomsday (review), a movie that, at best, divided fans as to its validity since it was really one big homage. But damnit, it was done the right way if you ask me!
Toothy grizzlies are headed your way this Tuesday, May 6th, 2008. To best be prepared, make sure you fortify yourself with new horror DVD releases...
I didn’t even know the German film Antibodies (DVD review) was on the remake block, or if I did the knowledge was pushed out of my brain, likely being filled in by all the other remake news we do on a weekly basis.