We’ve been hearing rumors and conjectures about it for weeks now, but today Fangoria were able to officially confirm the first two movies that will be part of the second annual After Dark Horrorfest,
Sometimes you see news out there that’s heralded as a rumor and you just know, somewhere inside you, that it’s too good to be true. For example, when it was announced that Rick Baker would be designin
Unless you've been living under a rock, you know that Hatchet opens today, September 7th, 2007! If you're in LA, join Adam Green and members of the Hatchet cast at the 10PM screening of the film at
I honestly didn’t think that Sideshow Collectibles original line of zombie figures, their “The Dead” series, was doing the kind of business it apparently is, but them I’m really glad to hear about it.
Well it’s a minor update, but since My Name is Bruce is one of my must-see movies of 2007 (maybe 2008 if they don’t hurry up), it’s worth mentioning.
If you are reading this right now then odds are you are one of the hundreds of millions of people who did not go to see Skinwalkers when it opened in theaters back on August 10th. How bad did it bomb?
There's a lot of hype and build up going into the graphic novel turned David Slade directed feature (" 30 Days Prequel Trailer" - August 29, 2007). And honestly, after seeing Skinwalkers we horror fan
Issue #71 September 2007 Who doesn’t love punk? And who doesn’t love zombies? 22 years ago, Dan O’Bannon combined the two in one of the most badass zombie movies ever put to film; Return of the
With the unprecedented success of Rob Zombie’s Halloween, and the good news that’s been floating around that neither Zombie nor Dimension want to keep making sequels, of course talk has to start about
Wow. When Robert Kurtzman said he wanted to return to directing with The Rage (review), his first horror flick since Wishmaster, he really wasn’t fucking around. With both The Rage and the Dark Lot
Sometimes just randomly searching the IMDB can lead us to cool stuff that, for whatever reason, just hasn’t had any exposure to fans yet.
I really don’t know how I feel about the upcoming remake of A Tale of Two Sisters, coming sometime next year from the Brothers Guard, but maybe it’s because we’ve been burned by so many US remakes of
When it was announced that Todd McFarlane, creator of Spawn and the main reason we have shelves lined with horror figures right now (if we’re cool, that is) announced that he was working with History
Oh, no. Now Fruit Chan is coming to the US, after we’ve already watered down Hideo Nakata and the Pang Bros. Poor, poor Fruit. Daily Variety got word about a new remake being planned that will see
Someone save us from low budget, shot on digital zombie flicks! Please! No more Zombies Gone Wild or Zombie Nation! Wait ... what is this? George A. Romero is coming to save the day with a new take on