It was just two weeks ago that I wrote about an upcoming werewolf movie entitled Never Cry Werewolf that seemed to owe more than a little to a certain other movie called Fright Night.
Korean director Na Hong-jin (The Chaser) is setting his sights on the horror genre with a flick called The Murderer according to Variety.
Hey there, we just got two really cool bits of info from Dark Sky Films concerning their first original production, David Gregory’s Plague Town. The first is the simple but effective poster you see on your right, which you can click on to see bigger.
We got an update today from one of our favorite "mad creators" on the horror scene: artist and budding filmmaker Gris Grimly.
We first gave you a look at the upcoming “Skull Set” packaging for Anchor Bay’s release of Masters of Horror: The Complete Second Season during the LA Weekend of Horrors, but today we got an “official” glimpse at it thanks to the good fiends at AB.
It seems like Picturehouse hasn’t even been around very long, and already we’re bidding them a fond farewell. Today Picturehouse and Warner Independent both announced that they’re closing their doors for good.
Stephen Romano sent us over a new poster he just completed work on for the fictional film Trenchcoat Trailer Park Massacre, and in it you may recognize a familiar face ...
*WARNING: These pictures are NOT WORK SAFE!** Man, the shit you can get yourself in just by walking down the street...
It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything from Paul Davis, the man behind the American Werewolf in London retrospective Beware the Moon, but suddenly we got an e-mail from the man yesterday with some very good news...
From comics to film back to comics and now on to film again, Dylan Dog just will not die. Though It can’t seem to keep its title in place for some strange reason.
If you live in or around LA or are planning to be in the area at the end of June, you could be among the lucky few who get to see Hellboy II: The Golden Army a full 13 days early.
Oh, man have we got something cool for you guys today! We’ve been working with EA Games to help drum up interest in their badass outer space horror game, Dead Space, and today we got our hands on a blog posting from the game’s executive producer, Glen Schofield!
After Dark Films is shedding its skin as the company prepares to start producing and distributing its own horror films. The first two features to come out of this new development will be Perkins' 14 and Faithless.
The Man in the Garage (review) director Robert Luke dropped us a line today to inform horror fans out there that his film has been picked up for DVD distribution via Ship to Shore Distribution.
Striving to be more than just the little man who pulls the switch for the great inventor, Igor is setting out on his own to become a mad scientist in his own right. All that stands in his way are prejudices and another evil genius.