Ah, the sweet beauty of Montreal in July. For me there’s nothing like it. I love coming to this city every year when it’s at its very peak, and this year I couldn’t be happier simply because this trip came so close to not happening.
Just this past December came word that a sequel to Larry Blamire's low budget homage/parody The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra was in the works. Now The Lost Skeleton Returns Again is in the can, and we're getting our first look at it courtesy of five new teaser trailers.
Michael Emanuel ("ER") has teamed up with "Guilty or Innocent?" scribe John K. Anderson to tackle an old Native American legend we don't see too much of in films today, the Wendigo!
Entertainment Weekly has opened up a gallery previewing 25 "sneak peeks" for the upcoming films which will be making appearances at 2008's San Diego Comic-Con.
Massachusetts' biggest horror gathering and one of our absolute favorite shows adds a bit more meat to the bones of their fifth show, which will be taking place on October 10th-12th in Worcester, MA. As per usual we've got the early word for you!
I’m currently revisiting a few of the previous Silent Hill titles, so it’s with that frame of mind that I found myself viewing the latest footage and previews of the next in the series.
You know it's a good day to be a zombie fan when you learn from some well placed friends that your favorite walking dead director is getting set to start production on yet another entry into his classic series! Ah yes, kids, Diary of the Dead 2 is all but on its way!
Lewis Vendredi's cursed objects will finally be haunting homes around the country thanks to Paramount Home Video. Though we've known about this for a while, there hasn't been much word on special features or official artwork.
Ready to see what Platinum Dunes' version of Jason Voorhees looks like?
Lionsgate sure does enjoy moving its films around lately, but there was one title we were positive would stay in its place, My Bloody Valentine.
When I saw that Lionsgate was releasing a movie on DVD called Oversexed Rugsuckers from Mars, my immediate reaction was something along the lines of "How have I not heard of this film before now?" Actually, my first thought was "How is this not a Troma movie?" But after that I wondered how I had never heard of this 1989 movie.
Last month Max Thieriot shared some plot details about Wes Craven's 2009 horror flick 25/8.
In case the last three or four videos from Catherine Hardwicke's Twilight haven't driven you away, another trailer has surfaced on YouTube and a hi-def version cropped up at Yahoo Movies for your enjoyment/morbid curiosity.
All The Boys Love Mandy Lane (review), but no one wants her to be out in public. Years have passed, and we have yet to see the lovely Mandy in theatres or even on store shelves. What gives?
Zombies are great and all, but watching them tear apart able-bodied people gets a little old sometimes. In some respects it's far more fun to watch survivors fight back ... especially if those among the living are hot, sexy and naughty schoolgirls.