We’ve been working directly with David Arquette and company to help spread the word on his debut horror film, The Tripper, which opens in scattered cities across the country on April 20th. This
Many moons ago (here to be specific) we first told you about a rather interesting sounding film being developed by Nala Films called Open Grave. All’s been quiet since then so we figured deals w
Having just finally seen Saw III for the first time the other day (what can I say? I was busy...), I’m now on the boat full of curious people as to just how they’re going to continue the franchi
Five years ago Eli Roth made his way onto our scene with his debut feature, Cabin Fever, a movie more or less universally loved by DC staff. Of course, Eli went on to make the phenomenon that is
We’ve known for a while about the DTV sequel to Bill Malone’s House on Haunted Hill, craftily titled Return to House on Haunted Hill, since it was first announced a while back. Little’s been sai
All right, so Grindhouse (review) didn’t do nearly the kind of business The Weinstein Co. nor we, the fans, were hoping for opening weekend. There are many theories as to why, but the simple fac
As you’ll hear in the latest Dinner for Fiends, the trailer for Edgar Wright’s Don’t that played between Planet Terror and Death Proof was definitely my favorite faux coming attraction of the bu
David Goyer, whose name appears to be getting put onto so many goddamn movies I can’t help but wonder if he’s being cloned in secret, recently chatted to Sci Fi Wire about the upcoming Scanners
Does it make sense for the Weinsteins, after falling so short of box office expectations due (they believe) to the extended running time of Grindhouse, to release both movies that made up the do
Issue # 6 Summer 2007 It’s been a while since I’ve gotten my hands on an issue of HorrorHound, the latest upstart horror magazine that’s got a very distinct edge no one else has come close
**UPDATED: Full plot details revealed!** In a spot buried in a Variety story about a new comedy project, we just learned what the next feature project for Project Greenlight winner and Hell Holes star/co-creator Kyle Rankin will be.
Before I dig into this story, I'd like to know where the hell everyone was during Grindhouse's first weekend in theatres? Seriously, why isn't this movie #1? Is Are We Done Yet such a blockbuste
If there’s one thing Clive Barker’s been known for over the years it’s being the King of unrealized projects. Most of this likely has to do with forces completely out of his control, but I’m sur
There’s not a lot Anna Paquin (pictured) can do that I won’t follow her to. For some reason I’ve always had a huge crush on her, especially as the super damaged Rogue in the X-Men movies, and until she’s doing romantic comedies I’ll be keeping an eye on everything she does.
Yellow blood leaks from every pore of the DVDs due out on April 10th, 2007... Beneath Still Waters (2005) Directed by Brian Yuzna Years ago, two boys vowed to go to their doomed town one