Some good news has come down via Variety for a guy whom we consider one of our own, Going to Pieces: The Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film (review) producer Rudy Scalese. The trade reported this m
Director Adam Green announced today via his MySpace blog that fans in Canada will finally get their chance to sample some good old-school American horror as Hatchet (review here) is set to take the s
DVD Active got its hands on the full specs and cover art for the four new Dario Argento releases coming our way from Blue Underground. Actually, "new" isn’t the right word as two of them are re-iss
So in case you didn’t notice, Hostel Part II didn’t do so well this weekend. I could go into my usual rant about how horror just doesn’t do well in summer and when the hell is anyone going to learn th
It’s not often you hear about trailers for books. In fact I can only think of a few occasions when it’s happened, and they pretty much sucked, but in this case the creators of 13 Bullets (review), the
Thanks for the nice surprise today, MGM! DVD Active got the first word and art (on your right) about a new two-disc collector’s edition of Phillip Kaufman’s adaptation of Invasion of the Body Snatcher
Wow, remember the movie Whisper? We’ve done a story on it here and there over the years, but more often than not it’s just been sitting in the vault at Gold Circle Films, apparently, while they’re uns
Now that I’ve read the book, I can tell you irrefutably that it’s not horror, but we’re still talking about a Peter Jackson film here so it’s hard to ignore.
Oh my GOD. This is just sick. Seriously. Something is wrong with Dario Argento and I love it! Fangoria got word today about a whole slew of new stills from Argento’s latest gore-soaked epic (I kne
Not long ago we brought you pictures of the NECA displays live from the floor of the New York International Toyfair 07. Now NECA sends over an update on their Resident Evil Anniversary Series 2 line.
Last week Diamond Select included a teaser shot of their new Zombie Wolverine statue, only the second Marvel Zombie statue to date. Now we get to update you with the high-res of Zombie Wolverine look
The other day I dropped a line to Russ Terlecki, one of the producers behind Rob (Wrong Turn) Schmidt’s latest film, The Alphabet Killer, just to see how things were going. Apparently editing is under
Oh, the D-War goodies are coming fast and furious now that the film finally has a release date! As you can see, there’s another brand-new poster that kicks many forms and permutations of ass (smack
Steve Niles has created a lot of badass characters during his time in our genre, but for my money none is more badass than Cal McDonald, a washed-up, drugged-out detective who has a curious knack for
Darren Lynn Bousman recently posted in his MySpace blog that shooting on Saw IV is officially done and that editing has begun! The mad rush to have the film done and in theaters by this October, which