Did you expect you’d wake up this fine Monday morning (no such thing) and see your favorite horror site have a story about a new Jim Carrey movie? Neither did we. It’s called The Number 23 and is
If you watch "The Colbert Report," then you already know that bears are one of the greatest threats facing America today, fiends of nature that Stephen Colbert accurately describes as "godless killing
Another badass update for you guys on the first-ever Dread Central/Pit of Horror convention, Fear Fest, which is coming your way March 23rd-25th of 2007. First and foremost, the official site for
The other day we reported the great news that J. T. Petty had been signed on to bring new life to the long-thought-dead Faces of Death franchise. We dropped a line to J. T. to find out just what he thought about the project and what he hopes to see happen with it.
Word got out through the various cool stuff at this year’s AFM (American Film Market) that a sequel to Tobe Hooper’s The Toolbox Murders was in the works through PFG Entertainment with The Convent and
With the AFM show in full swing, our man on the scene Andrew Kasch just called in with some interesting news. Clive Barker's short story "The Midnight Meat Train," which originally appeared in his Books of Blood anthology, has just hit the pre-production fast track with a brand spanking new director -- Ryuhei Kitamura.
My God, just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse, the first full trailer for Glen Morgan’s Black Christmas remake is online. Remember when they were first talking about the movie and said the r
Issue #62 November 2006 Rue Morgue’s always been a fun magazine for me; the staff can write some truly laugh-out-loud hilarious stuff when they’re on a roll, but I’ve never held an issue before that was as much fun, front to back, as this one.
In some of the best news I've heard lately, Showtime's president of entertainment Robert Greenblatt has announced that Dexter, this woman's favorite serial killer/blood-splatter expert, will keep plyi
Now here’s a team-up that can only lead to good things. If only they were starting off with a better title... Paco Plaza (Romasanta) and Jaume Balagueró (The Nameless, Darkness) have teamed up for
I know it’s probably not very hardcore, blood-n-guts horror fan purebred of me to admit to liking romantic comedy, but I hope you guys will see past that and still take me seriously. And I hope you ladies think my sensitivity is sexy as hell.
Anyone else sick to death (pun intended) of the new ways filmmakers try to make zombie movies interesting again? Me either. Variety is reporting that Lightning Entertainment has nabbed the rights
Just this morning everyone's favorite girlcreeture broached the subject of holiday shopping. As I've never been one to shy away from jumping on a bandwagon, allow me to also suggest to all you zombie
"In every generation, there is a chosen one. She alone will stand against the vampires, the demons, and the forces of darkness. She is the Slayer." Electric Tiki, in association with 20th Century
Not sure how we missed it, but apparently the trades had a story yesterday about a return to writing and directing for Eric Red on a film called 100 Feet. This will be the first time Red’s been behind a camera since 1996’s under-appreciated Bad Moon.