Sales are starting up already as the 60th anniversary of Cannes rolls it’s way through history; the first horror announcement so far is ThinkFilm’s acquisition of a new horror/comedy called Bad Meat.
When it was first announced over a year ago that producer Robert Katz was revitalizing the Amicus Entertainment label, the British studio that was a direct rival for Hammer Films back in their heyday,
How weird must it be to bust ass getting your first film done, then being hired for your sophomore effort shortly afterwards, only to see the second film released before the first? Must feel like some
Boasting a new head and new deco from his 7 inch Cult Classics counterpart, the new 18 inch Hannibal Lechter from NECA is looking pretty damn spot-on. This piece is set to hit this month (May), but th
Have you ever seen such a sinister bed in all your life? I know I haven’t! Not that this design will come as a big surprise to anyone who’s been to the official 1408 site, but to the right is the offi
As is our little tradition before we set up at a show, we've got to give respect to those who set you up with the goods. Here's a breakdown of what Dread Central will be taking to Monster-Mania 8...
So 28 Weeks Later kicked ass. I know it doesn’t really need to be said, but man it’s refreshing to see such a good horror flick, especially coming from a studio we were seriously beginning to worry ab
We just got a heads up from a reader named Emilio about a slew of new pics from Juan Antonio Bayona’s El Orfanato (aka The Orphanage) that just showed up over on Aullidos, one of which you can see to
It’s really great to see, in the course of running a horror site and being so involved in "the scene", someone truly deserving finally get the chance to show off their stuff in a big way. Yesterda
All right, so maybe The Hills Have Eyes 2 won’t go down as Fox Atomic’s crowning achievement (that honor goes to 28 Weeks Later right now), but there’s always room for some big mutant fun, right? Righ
Is this something we should really be discussing? I mean, did anyone out there have an unabashed love for the Subspecies series? ...I just got 20 angry e-mails about people’s love for it, so we sh
I’m still not entirely sure if it’s horror enough for these pages, but then that’s never really stopped us from reporting on cool shit before, has it? Nope. The boys at the IMP Awards just got a l
Magnolia Pictures just sent out word that the first three minutes of Severance (review), the new horror/comedy from Creep director Christopher Smith, are now online and ready to be watched.
Did we just completely miss this or what? For those who may have been living under the same rock we apparently were, After Dark Films recently announced that Captivity, the film that’s been
Seems that directing his first decent-budgeted film is doing well for The Lost (review) helmer Chris Siverston.