Universal sent out some more info for Sam Raimi's return to horror, Drag Me to Hell, yesterday, including our first look at the film's official plot. 'Til now all we've known is that it's about a girl trying to break an evil curse. Let's get all official, though:
Hot damn! Zombies are real! At least that's the goal of a site called Lost Zombies. It's a place brimming with video and photographic evidence of the zombie overthrow!
Last year we had the hard job of reporting that genre literary legend Chas. Balun was battling inoperable cancer. There's now more news regarding his condition.
It's hard to deny now that the mind behind 30 Days of Night (review), Steve Niles, will Wake the Dead in some form.
Edgar Frog is going to have his work cut out for him. What are the odds that his newest adventure against Xtreme suckheads is going to garner the same kind of following that the original Lost Boys had? The follow-up does look to have a bit of promise, but without the sax man, it's just not going to be the same.
Just found a couple of new stills and cool behind-the-scenes look at Alexandre Aja’s Mirrors in my inbox, and since Fox has been so cool about sharing info with us on the flick, I thought we’d share ‘em with you guys!
So, what exclusives is NECA bringing to the table this year at the 2008 San Diego Comic-Con?
More details have finally come forth for the new show created by JJ Abrams ("Lost", "Alias"), "Fringe". For the longest time all we've known about it is that it deals with a detective forced to team up with a genius who's been institutionalized for the last two decades.
Flu Birds? Are you kidding me? Is that like the worst movie title ever or what?
Though something tells me it's not going to be anywhere near our genre when it's finally done, THR reports this morning that Dark Horse's Mike Richardson is getting behind the production of a feature film for Emily the Strange, the gothic girl created by skateboarder Rob Reger back in the 90's who's apparently gone on to become an iconic
For all of you who moaned and groaned when the Donnie Darko sequel, S. Darko, was first announced, now you have a good reason to stop. The film's gotten a major class upgrade by adding none other than Elizabeth (Showgirls, "Saved by the Bell") Berkley to the cast!
Yet another King film adaptation is coming our way as the filming of Dolan's Cadillac has just begun in Regina and Moose Jaw, Canada.
I’ve been looking forward to hearing more about Giles Paquet-Brenner’s Walled In ever since I chatted with the film’s cinematographer, Karim Hussain (who also co-wrote The Abandoned and directed The Beautiful Beast), about it during the Boston Underground Film Festival. Finally I have been rewarded!
Scorpio Film Releasing is proud to announce that Richard Griffin's Beyond the Dunwich Horror will be screening on Friday, June 13th, at 11:59 PM in the Cable Car Cinema.
Well, things are moving along nicely for Craig (Dark Ride) Singer's next experiment with After Dark Films, the Horrorfest entry Perkins' 14. A recent casting call on Massify, where the film had its origins, has yielded the primary leads for the horror film, which will be a part of the upcoming 8 Films to Die For.