We may never get to see Paul W.S. Anderson's blood, so it looks like the gore in Aliens vs Predator: Requiem will have to suffice.
Dread Central & Pit of Horror are proud to announce even more guests, bands and events for next year's Fear Fest 2! Look at all we've added! Chris Sarandon (Fright Night, Nightmare Before Christmas, Child's Play) Renny Harlin (NOES 4, Die Hard 2, Cliffhanger) Kim Myers (NOES 2)
Today we received word that yet more information has leaked around the top secret movie, Bryan Loves You, the story of death and murder at the hands of a fanatical cut.
Last week we noticed that Xavier Gens' Frontière(s) went missing from After Dark Horror Fest's final roster of films that will start playing nationwide on November 9th. It was a pretty sad turn of events simply because the movie was about Neo-Nazis and extreme gore.
Robert Kurtzman’s Precinct 13 just keeps getting bigger and bigger! Today it was announced that the former Fangoria Comics title Bump is making its way to the big screen and a star has been cast!
Only a week open and already we’re expanding! Yesterday we added some new product to EVILSHOP, our newly launched horror store that you will not stop hearing about; namely the badass "Screen Grabs" dioramas from Mezco’s Cinema of Fear line!
Sideshow’s just showing all new ways they can kick ass all of a sudden, and we say more power to ‘em!
To say that the promo artwork that Charles Band has just unveiled for Gingerdead Man 2: Passion of the Crust (actual title, folks!) could be described as a case of bad taste would be both a bad pun and yet highly accurate. Good luck getting a DVD with that box art onto Blockbuster's shelves. If I may quote Homer Simpson: "Mmm ... Sacrilicious!"
You want some Tripper? We got some Tripper for you right here! Actually, it’s all below, so get looking now and go buy The Tripper on DVD!
Man, it’s been way too long since we’ve heard hide nor hair about Pop Skull, the new film from Home Sick director Adam Wingard and former site contributor E.L. Katz.
Here’s a good way to get ready for Halloween, the best holiday evah; check out some funny short films based on your favorite horror icons like Jigsaw, Michael Myers, and Hannibal Lecter. Where would one find such things? Super Deluxe, of course! Dig on ‘em below!
There is something to be said for a director who doesn’t know what he’s doing just diving in head first to make their first feature, because while there always going to be mistakes, brilliance can be had from not knowing what you can’t do. Of course, it doesn’t hurt to have Guillemo del Toro behind you, either.
I don’t get what the point of striking a deal now to air movies that are many years old on the Sci Fi Channel benefits anyone, but then I guess they’re better than what’s usually passing as entertainment on Sci Fi.
I was sort of put off by the Resident Evil movies. Sure, I wasn't a big fan of the games but I knew the story lines and characters well enough to expect the same sort of thing to be carried over when the first feature was announced. And we all know what Paul W.S. Anderson can do to a beloved series when he makes a movie...
Flying out to Canada at a moment’s notice is not something I’m accustomed to, still being fairly green to the whole movie industry press gig. When the films to be talked about are Saw IV (review) and Repo! The Genetic Opera, I throw my gear in a bag and take off without further prompting.