We’ve not heard a whole helluva lot about Pathology other than Andrew’s set visit preview, but from everyone I’ve talked to that has seen pieces of it, this could be the real deal: a true horror movie that will please fans of all varieties when it finally hits theate
We first told you about The Strangers very recently (“Meet The Strangers” – August 2007), but in fact the movie’s been building buzz for a while now thanks to its creative marketing approach and name talent.
Yahoo! Movies got to host the first of what I’m sure will be a few exclusive clips from next Friday’s release of Halloween, directed by Rob Zombie. And the coolest part is? You get to see Michael Myers kicking Bill Moseley’s ass! I can’t explain why that’s great, you’ll have to click here to check it out for yourself.
We just got a heads up from 2001 Maniacs director Tim Sullivan that his follow-up to the splatstick horror/comedy, the much more subtly dramatic Driftwood (review), has finally settled on a DVD release date.
”Some doors ... Should never ... Be opened!”
After the success of The Hills Have Eyes: The Beginning (review) the folks over at Fox Atomic Comics have turned their attention to more traditional horror tales to adapt into comi
We've all said it at least once while watching some bad horror film, "I could do so much better than that." Hell, I say it damn near every single time something from Lionsgate shows up at the door, but how often is an actual chance given where you can either put up or shut up?
Over the weekend we got a heads up on a new horror film getting to be shot in central Florida, a state that’s apparently becoming a hot spot (some pun intended) for horror filmmakers. It’s called Wrong Way and purports itself to be in the vein of Texas Chainsaw Massacre and The Hills Have Eyes, though the info that we received didn’t mention if they meant the originals or remakes...
Your horror DVD selection for Tuesday, August 21st will include... Borderline Cult (2007) Directed by Uli Lommel
He’s been writing in various genres for years now, but primarily Gary A. Braunbeck is know for his extensive horror output. He possesses that very rare and exciting talent for being able to speak right to the reader, so that you almost get the feeling he wrote it just for you when you read his works.
The folks behind the production of Ed Douglas’ The Dead Matter, which we just updated you on over the weekend (“Dead Matter Update!” – August 2007) have sent along a pair of exclusive pics from behind
Well, now you don’t have any reason to whine or complain about the upcoming sequel to The Lost Boys, currently subtitled The Tribe, because the one and only Tom Savini will be in it!
Those generous ladies and gents over at Anchor Bay were cool enough to forward on a look at the artwork for their next scheduled Masters of Horror release, Tobe Hooper’s “The Damned Thing” (review), this weekend. Pretty snazzy, no?
In 1999 they brought us the original Shark Attack In 2001 they came back for seconds in Shark Attack 2 In 2002 they unleashed the masterpiece that is Shark Attack 3: Megalodon In 2003 they dr
We got word last night that The Dead Matter, the horror feature being directed by Midnight Syndicate’s Edward Douglas, is halfway through their shoot schedule and everything’s looking great so far.