Heading out to Texas for the upcoming South by Southwest film festival? It runs the week before our own Fear Fest goes down (March 9-17 to be specific). It’s a good idea to do so because there will be
I’m not sure how or when we missed this, but I just saw that that the official site for the zombie comedy Fido has gone live, with a few chunks of undead goodies for you to chew on like a still galler
Man, why can’t Nicolas Cage just leave us alone? As if punching out girls while in a bear suit and screaming like a first year theater actor when the bees got in his eyes wasn't enough, now there’
Ti West is dusting off his director's chair and getting cameras rolling on the sequel to Eli Roth’s breakout hit, Cabin Fever, craftily title Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever, and yesterday the B-D boys (w
If you haven't seen the Female Convict Scorpion films, well, then you haven't really lived. In particular, the first installment in the Toei-produced series stands as the undisputed king (or queen) of
Curse of the Zodiac is one of those movies that I stumbled upon a DVD release listing for that aside from some DVD art, a brief synopsis, and the distribution company putting it out, there didn't seem
Proof positive that The Mist is actually happening showed up over on the badass Stephen King fan site Lilja’s Library in the form of a pic, straight from director Frank Darabont. Not that we doubted t
Little known fact for you all: Those who run Dread Central are into all sorts of things outside of horror. Andrew Kasch is a filmmaker (see his short "The Fall" right here) and editor extraordinaire.
Guillermo del Toro, being the busy, multiple-Oscar nominated director that he is (Pan’s took home the Best Cinematography, Art Direction, and Makeup awards), can’t be expected to keep all his juggling
You didn’t think our first convention, together with the monsters over at Pit of Horror, could actually be cool, did you? Admit it; no one expected us to come out of the gate with not only Roddy Piper
As is to be expected, nary a day can pass without some new update or another from the world of Rob Zombie’s Halloween redux; yesterday it was our first look at both the young and old Michael Myers, to
Though the first few stills that came out for the horror movie Vacancy, which stars Luke Wilson and Kate Beckinsale, didn’t give the most exciting first impression, the trailer that just showed up on Yahoo! Movies definitely does. The duo star as a couple who check into a rundown motel after having some car problems and discover that their room seems to be used for snuff films as a regular practice. They try to escape, but as the trailer asks, how can you escape when they see everything?
When I was about 12 years old, maybe a little younger, my father was dating a woman who was really into Stephen King.
Behold the horror offerings coming to DVD this February 27th, 2007... Autopsy (1975) Directed by Armando Crispino One of a numerous amounts of former Anchor Bay releases that Blue Underground i