A story showed up over on the Page 6 section of the New York Post’s site that just makes me laugh. It’s a story about how basically there’s no way for Grindhouse to find its way into theaters with
What is it about dusty back roads, decrepit old houses in the middle of nowhere, and ghost towns that beckons to groups of twenty-somethings on a weekend excursion? How many horror movie characters un
The rumor’s been knocking about online for a few days now, but I guess since it’s in a trade paper, that must mean it’s official, right?
New Line Cinema will be the driving force behind the planned remake of John Carpenter’s 1981 classic Escape From New York, having won the bidding war that was going on among multiple studios that want
Ever since I got the chance to see former Rue Morgue Editor in Chief Rodrigo Gudino's debut short film, "The Eyes of Edward James" (review), I’ve been very anxious to find out what else he’s got up hi
Imagine this scenario: You’re invited to a once-in-a-lifetime chance to sit down and have breakfast with Wes & Jonathan Craven in celebration of The Hills Have Eyes 2, which the duo wrote. Fox Atomic
We last told you about a new horror flick coming our way from the depths of Germany called Slasher right here. Within said story were some exclusive, not work safe pics from the film that got my curio
Just a few days after our man Andrew turned in the first review of Blair Witch co-director Dan Myrick’s Raw Feed entry, Believers (read the review here), Fangoria got word that the film’s official sit
If there’s one definite benefit of running a horror site for as long as we have, it’s the free stuff the studios like to send to promote their latest horror offerings. Lionsgate is infamous for the am
Hey there, just thought I’d give you the heads-up that we added the very cool teaser for Resident Evil: Extinction to our Broadband section. And yes, I did just say it was cool because, well, it reall
Thank God, someone is finally getting around to remaking Night of the Living Dorks (DVD review), the classic German zomcom that came out on DVD ... oh, about a month ago, give or take. Why did we have
After Dark Films and Lionsgate finally released the first domestic poster for the upcoming Elisha Cuthbert thriller Captivity which anyone who attended last November’s After Dark Horrorfest will proba
Word came down this morning from the virtual pages of Variety that Gabriel Macht (The Good Shepherd) has signed on to spend the next few months in the cold with Kate Beckinsale, choosing to join up as her co-star in the first new Dark Castle Entertainment movie, Whiteout.
Some more very cool Talisman news has come down the wire today courtesy of Steven Spielberg’s official site by way of Lilja’s Library. During an advertising presentation at the Museum of Modern Ar
If you’re not one much for "reading", perhaps you didn’t take the advice I gave in my review of Xombie: Dead on Arrival and go out and buy the book. That, or you’re illiterate in which case what the h