So Grindhouse (review) is out tomorrow. Wow, seems pretty amazing that it’s so damn close, don’t you think? Anyway, one of the things I’m most looking forward to is the trailers between the films done
Today we were sent over the full synopsis and first pic from the set of on my most anticipated movies of this or any year, Midnight Meat Train. For those of you who have forgotten it’s based on an older Clive Barker story of the same name featured in his Books of Blood collection, and marks the U.S.
Well if this isn’t a match made in heaven, I don’t know what it. Though it’s hard to think about or want Edgar Wright to work with pretty much anyone without a British accent, if I had a gun to my
We just put up our first-ever interview with Don Coscarelli (hear it here), in which Uncle Creepy picks Don's brain on the history of Phantasm and why it’s so great that Anchor Bay loves to treat fans
If you’ve been waiting for something other than the opening credits for "Mystery" (before your time?) to come to the big screen from the brain of famed author/illustrator Edward Gorey (The Gashlycumb
Sometimes reporting the news can be heart wrenching. Right on the heels of the tragic death of Bob Clark comes the news that Chas. Balun is now in a fight for his life. The following was posted at Rue Morgue by their editor Jovanka:
Just when you thought the crypt had gone quiet, the ever-so controversial Night of the Living Dead 3D (review here) is back banging on our doors. Midnight Movies Entertainment, the theatrical dis
EOD Films’ upcoming psychological horror production, Wittenberg (which we first reported on here), starring and directed by genre legend Sid Haig, has added two new cast members to its stellar lineup.
The LA Times reported the extremely sad news that the great director and producer Bob Clark was killed earlier today along with his son, Ariel, on the Pacific Coast Highway. "The crash was report
Marvel Zombies, the best idea since Night of the Lepus, is quickly becoming the biggest geek franchise of the last 5 years. Zombies + Marvel Super Heroes = Gold! Who knew? Well, we did, but I'm sure
Just a few hours ago we posted an interview with Michael Bartlett and Kevin Gates, the writing/directing duo behind the new British horror film The Zombie Diaires. Personally I’d only heard a few things about it before, but reading over this interview got me very psyched to see the movie (read the interview with Bartlett & Gates here).
Japanese magazine Famitsu have further unwrapped Resident Evil Umbrella Chronicles with some screens and some new tidbits of information that are equal parts encouraging and worrying. First of all, th
It seems the new, hip thing for us horror freaks to do is take it upon ourselves to come up with the kind of documentary we all wish the studios would put together. First there was Beware the Moon, fo
Man, why can’t they leave the Larry Cohen movies alone? Though I admit the original It’s Alive left much to be desired in terms of effects, the film itself was damn fine and indicative of the timeframe in which it was set; far from timeless, It’s Alive is a snapshot of a very specific period in history that just can't be duplicated. Now a new picture is being taken and something tells me its being done with a cheap-ass Polaroid.
The Aussie freaks at Moviehole have a new ongoing feature on their site that’s pretty damn cool. It’s called "Ask a Celeb" (simple, really) and allows readers to submit questions to celebs that they w