Satanic Panic Wraps, New Pics!

Yesterday we got a heads up from the sick minds behind Satanic Panic that the film has finally wrapped, overcoming nature’s attempt to cut the production short via the use of rain. We also received some brand-new pics from the film, which you can check out below.

Dreadtime Stories: Sarah Langan's The Lost

New York-based author Sarah Langan’s not been at this whole horror writing biz for very long, but already she’s made quite an impression with her first novel, The Keeper, which Cemetery Dance said ”cuts like a knife and then pours salt in the wound." and its sequel The Missing, which won the 2007 Bram Stoker award for Outstanding novel.

First Look at The Descent 2

Yep, that’s the first look at a crawler from The Descent 2, the much-maligned sequel that’s coming our way whether we like it or not. Shooting just recently wrapped in London on the follow-up, and Fango got the first pic of one of the new crawlers. Which looks remarkably similar to the old crawlers...

Banned Teeth Poster!

Though Teeth (DVD review) is already out Stateside, Momentum Pictures are just getting ready to release it in the UK this Friday, and apparently their marketing department have some sicker minds than those of us here do.

Shock Festival Week 5 Winner Announced!

After taking much-deserved a week off, Stephen Romano has chosen a new winner in our ongoing Shock Festival contest, and he’s got some major updates for you guys, as well. Dig it!

King & Hill's Throttle Optioned

Now this is something I need to read; a novella penned by both Stephen King and son Joe Hill (Heart-Shaped Box) called “Throttle”. It’s about a motorcycle gang who’re chased through the desert by an 18-wheeler, something I think we can all relate to.

Len Wiseman to Turn the Gears of War!

Rumors and speculation have been flying around for a while now about who should sit in the director's chair for a big screen version of the XBOX 360's best selling title. Now, we've got the official word!

Leterrier Adopts Strays

Louis Leterrier's The Incredible Hulk (review) ripped through the box office this past weekend and many of us comic book fans gush with nerdy cheers. Though there's no news on a follow up to the green guy's adventures, Leterrier may have more radation monsters in his near future.

Bekmambetov Wanted no Dusk?

Timur Bekmambetov, the talented fellow who brought us the Russian awesomeness known as Night Watch and Day Watch, may not be returning to round out the series.

Hellboy Gets Sexy

IMP Awards received a new poster for the upcoming Hellboy sequel, The Golden Army. This marks the 12th poster we've seen so far, and it is the sexiest. Well ... as sexy as you can get with a guy painted red standing next to Selma Blair.

RIP: Stan Winston April 7th, 1946 - June 15th, 2008

We’ve been hearing for a while that effects maven Stan Winston was in bad health, but this is still incredibly shocking. On June 15th, 2008, Stan Winston passed away at the age of 62.

Artist Renders Childhood Fears

It has been kind of a slow week for those of us behind this article. But we wanted to direct your attention to agentparanoia's photo set of Childhood fears on flickr.com. There's some really creepy imagery there including the picture below which features everyones favorite clown. Keep it tuned here for more updates throughout the week and be sure to check out the rest of the images by clicking the link above or the image.

Marvel Zombies Headed to Consoles?

File this one under rumors for now, but expect to be taking it out of that filing p soon. With E3 almost upon us, people usually do a poor job of keeping things secret and over the weekend a whole plethora of projects leaked out all over the place.

DVD Releases: Stare Into the Dead Pit

There's not a helluva lot to look forward to come Tuesday, June 17th, but I'm sure you'll find something you like...

First Pics, Video for Smash Cut

I’m sure it’s got to be hard to follow up a film with a title, not to mention a premise, like Jesus Christ, Vampire Hunter. But filmmaker Lee Demarbe is a trooper and stuck to his guns, and the result is Smash Cut, a rather dully-titled (in comparison, at least) horror romp about a movie director loosing his mind.