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Midnight Meat Train Arrives in August!

Ryuhei Kitamura's adaptation of Clive Barker's story Midnight Meat Train has seen its fair share of troubles trying to pull out of the station. Near name changes, delays and rumors were bouncing all around, and then word came that the pic was missing its May 16th arrival. Times were looking bleak.

Hack Movies Keeps Rolling

Hack Movies, the filmmakers who brought us the amazing Colonel Kill Motherfuckers (review), will be bringing more indie features to us soon, but they need your support.

Frontier(s) Theatre Listings!

We've been telling you about it for months, and the official news has finally rolled in. Xavier Gens' Frontier(s) (official website), which was too extreme to be part of the After Dark film fest, will be having its limited theatrical release on May 9th at the following theatres:

Robert "Count Yorga" Quarry Needs a Helping Hand!

Hammer Horror icon and all around great actor Robert Quarry needs your support.

Siren Remake Stumbles Out of Nowhere...

Siren was a pretty unique little horror game. Released on the PS2, the game had a Ju-On- esque structure and a gameplay dynamic that let you “sight jack”; in other words you could see what other people, or in fact, the monsters roaming around the Japanese landscapes could see. Rather than focusing on combat, the game focused on stealth, so the ability to know exactly what someone else was looking at was pretty useful.

Leomax Births Grace

Creepy baby-themed films seem to be the thing to do nowadays, what with Inside freaking people out on DVD and four or five other baby-themed movies in the works. Now we can add Paul Solet’s Grace to that list.

More Names for Friday Redux

Some final casting bits found their way online today for the upcoming Friday the 13th sequel, which starts rolling very soon over in Austin, TX under the direction of Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake helmer Marcus Nispel.

Dreamworks Fights Back Atlantis

Imagine if one day, for no discernable reason, Atlantis finally decided to make its way back to the surface and kick our land-dwelling asses. Such is the premise (well, sort of) for Platinum Studios' Atlantis Rising, which The Hollywood Reporter learned has been bought up by Dreamworks for a live-action adaptation.

Atomic Finds a Surrogate

Oh, man, talk about a suck situation to be in. Fox Atomic just picked up the rights to Kathryn Mackel’s The Surrogate according to this morning’s Variety, and it’s going to make some couples think really hard about how badly they want to procreate...

Exclusive Beyond the Rave Set Report!

It's a damp, cold October evening in Plumstead, South East London and I'm standing at the side of a deserted cul-de-sac arguing with a bored-looking security guard stood the other side of the fence. I'm here for the shoot I explain, showing him the text I received earlier in the day from producer Ben Grass.

Wicked Lake Premiere Set

Fever Dreams, the production company behind Tokyo Gore Police and Shadow: Dead Riot, just announced the premiere date for their latest horror opus, Wicked Lake, directed by Zach Passero.

Toronto After Dark Call for Entries!

I’ve only been to Toronto once, but man, someday I will make it back there. Not only is it one of the coolest cities north of the Border, it’s also home to Rue Morgue and the Toronto After Dark Film Festival. Why can’t Boston be that cool?

REC DVD Arrives in May ... in Spain

The U.S. remake of REC (review) isn't due out till October 17th, so does that mean we have to wait that long to see the original on DVD? Nope!

First Word on Fear Fest 3!

Finally we can start talking about Fear Fest 3, once again presented by Pit of Horror and Dread Central! Though the second show was only a month ago, it seems like it’s been forever since we mentioned it on the site. Strange how such a short time can feel so long. I bet it’s the drugs...

Death Note Coming to U.S. Screens!

Finally, after years of talking about it as if it were some Holy Grail of unfound cinema, you guys will finally get a chance to see the first Death Note (review) in theaters next month!