Dimension Extreme has finally started naming titles that will release on their recently announced DVD line, and today Home Media Magazine has the list in hand. Dead or Alive (chicks kicking ass; s
Box office flop... Critical punching bag... Since when have those two things ever prevented a movie from getting a sequel? And when Uwe Boll is involved, anything is possible. The man is magic. We'
Finally, Warner Bros has decided what to do with Daniel Myrick’s entry in their ongoing direct-to-DVD horror line Raw Feed, The Believers (review); release it on DVD! All right, so that’s pretty mu
Somebody go fetch Bronson "Cousin Balki" Pinchot for me because after reading that Alligator is finally getting a decent DVD release, I suddenly feel the urge to do the dance of joy. Alligator is pro
*Update* Sources close to the project have confirmed that the picture to the right is nothing more than a very well done fan made concept. Attention Fox ... Hire the person who created it IM
Somehow Hostel: Part II (review) was able to receive an R rating, but a far better film called Hatchet (review) got the shaft from the MPAA with an NC-17 branding. The gore, nudity and language are fa
We just got word from our friends at FearWerx that the second episode of their online zombie series War of the Dead: Z•E•R•O will have its world premiere on Sunday, July 1, 2007 at Fangoria’s Weekend
Jason Horton, director of the upcoming zombie/vampire film Edges of Darkness, dropped us a line today with a link to the film's MySpace page. Over there horror fans will be treated to a few new teaser scenes.
So now that Saw IV is all done shooting and the waiting game for the October release begins again, the big question is: What the hell is the film about? According to recent comments by Bousman, the of
You know, it’s never good when you see people gawking at something that's just out of your range of sight. Even worse, then, when that something is apparently much taller than a human and making its w
IFC Entertainment has announced that they’ve acquired all the North American rights to Larry (Habit, Wendigo) Fessenden’s latest horror head fuck, The Last Winter, which they will release in an intere
Some more casting for the Guard Brothers’ remake of the Korean horror smash A Tale of Two Sisters has gone down today, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
I know we haven’t exactly been up on announcing stuff for the horror phenomenon The Signal, and for that I apologize. Maybe this will make up for it? We just got word that the release date for The
Phil & Sarah, the two kickass folks who run the official Clive Barker Resource, just got a brand-new pic from the upcoming adaptation of Clive’s Midnight Meat Train, a tease of which you see to your right (click it for the whole thing).
Man, feels like it was just yesterday we were salivating over the 2006 lineup for Sitges, and already we’re staring down the barrel of the first announcements for 2007. So far it sounds like it’s goin