30 Days of Night creator Steve Niles just posted a new blog on his MySpace page with the first pic from the movie adaptation of his incredibly popular comic, scanned from the latest issue of Wizard.
Word of another unnecessary Hollywood remake of an 80's horror flick would normally make me wretch with tremendous displeasure, but this time I really don't feel any extra repulsion. I've always said
How’s this for an intriguing premise: The Shining meets The Truman Show. Gives you all sorts of unnatural ideas, doesn’t it? Of course that could just be a fancy way of saying it’s about a reality sho
God, I hate the term "supernatural thriller." Call it a fucking horror movie or go play in someone else’s genre, damnit. Sorry, I’m congested. Makes me irritable. Anyway, this morning The Holl
A while back we gave you the word that Universal had acquired the rights to the Boom! Studios comic Tag for a feature film (read it here), though at the time there were only minor details about it.
German not your thing? Believe we Americans are better at trailer cutting than our foreign counterparts? Or are you just really anxious to see more from Hannibal Rising? For any of those reasons I sug
Credit goes to a mystery man on the message boards known only as "Chuck" for bringing to my attention a peek at an forthcoming Asylum-produced direct-to-DVD knock-off that will no doubt be hitting DVD
So you thought the Millennium Edition of Re-Animator was the be-all end-all collector’s disc? Wrong! Once again Anchor Bay is proving why they’re still the best with the announcement of a brand new
Seems that Bill (Harry and the Hendersons) Dear’s first slasher film, the Crispin Glover-starring Simon Says (read Crispin’s comments on it here), is ramping up for some kind of release soon, though b
All right, that’s gotta be one of the coolest posters I’ve seen in a long time. I’ll grant you, there are varying levels of cool when it comes to a poster, but this one just tells it like it is; Close
Midnight Meat Train is one of those movies we’ve been hearing about for so long at so many stages of development that it almost seems too good to be true that it’s finally happening. But it is, folks, and with none other than Ryuhei (Versus) Kitamura at the helm. Could you ask for anything cooler?
Anchor Bay has finally re-opened the official site for Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon, which as we reported recently is set for a Valentine’s Day release next year. There’s not a hellu
Imagine you go out with friends one night and things get out of hand. I’m sure it’s happened to all of us at one point or another; you wake up with barely a memory of what went down after a certain po
And if the Hostel Part II poster wasn’t enough for ya, IGN also got the teaser trailer for The Hills Have Eyes 2, the same badass teaser that ran in front of Turistas. Those lucky bastards, eh? Click
Wow, that’s pretty icky, eh? IGN just got their grubby appendages on the official teaser poster for Hostel Part II, which as we reported earlier is due out on June 8th via Lionsgate. I guess that’s re