Lionsgate let us know today that it has once again decided to move the theatrical release date for Clive Barker's Midnight Meat Train (review). So, do you want the good news or the bad news?
We just got a heads up from director Christopher White with some new casting news for his upcoming directorial debut, David. Nichelle Nichols, who, Trekies will recognize from almost all the Star Trek movies, not to mention the original show and Season One of “Heroes”, has joined the cast of the film!
We were promised a lot more on Mel House’s sophomore directorial effort, Walking Distance, his follow-up to the cool indie flick Closet Space (review), and today we got it. And then some!
With The Strangers (review) now in theaters, we figured it was about damn time we chose some winners in this here contest. Check out the names below and hope yours is among them! The Strangers poster signed by stars Liv Tyler & Scott Speedman goes to...
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This isn’t really huge news, but it is a further indication that the new Hammer Films will be around for a while longer than most may have expected.
Sometimes it’s hard to tell if something will really be fitting into our genre or not, so it’s just easier to throw it against a wall and see if it sticks. Much like spaghetti. So I’m throwing the announcement from this morning's Variety that Dreamworks is remaking the Japanese film Yomigaeri and seeing if it slides down or not...
This morning it’s been officially confirmed via Variety that Universal has picked up David Moody’s 2006 novel Hater for film adaptation. Originally this was one of the many projects Guillermo del Toro was attached to direct before that little movie about hobbits took over his life.
It’s been a while since we’ve heard much about the forthcoming video game Hellboy: Science of Evil, so how’s about an update for you? And this time it’s coming from Butane, not that Plagiarize kid, cause that’s just how I roll, suckas. First up we got a stack of new screenshots from the game, which you can check out below. I got to see this baby in action at the recent New York Comic Con and it looked tres badass, let me tell you.
Larry Fessenden's latest horror-fest, The Last Winter (review here), is slated to hit DVD on July 22nd, and as always we've got a look at the DVD art and specs for ya!
So, just how gruesome is M. Night Shyamalan's latest flick? Will The Happening be able to satisfy horror fans who have been on torture porn benders for the past couple of years? Oh, I think he has everything sorted out just fine! Check out the two new red-band trailers below!
It still amazes me that a bloodless, talentless, pointless movie like Prom Night was able to make bank while a film far more worthy of our money didn't. I am, of course, talking about The Ruins (review).
The New York Asian Film Festival just announced this year’s lineup, and for horror fans there’s quite a bit to choose from, as usual. The fest will go down this June 20th–July 3rd at the IFC Center, then carry over from July 3rd–6th at the Japan Society.
The official site for Julian Doyle’s Chemical Wedding, the film based on a screenplay by Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson, is officially online now, in preparation for the film’s UK debut on May 30th.