Pan's in the U.S.

Weird. A mere day after we did a story about the upcoming UK release of Pan’s Labyrinth on DVD (read it here), New Line sends out the news that they have plans in place for a US DVD come May 15th.

Dear Diary: I Ate Someone Today...

Dear Diary, I ate someone else today. I know I vowed not to eat anymore people; he just looked so delicious. I couldn't help myself. I'm getting fat, aren't I? I'm vowing right now not to eat anyone else - at least not until I've lost five pounds. Met a new guy today... He looked so yummy. Oops, I'm doing it again. Diary of a Cannibal...

Labyrinth Gets UK DVD

Now that Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth (review) is pretty much playing everywhere, there’s really no reason for you to keep missing out on this brilliant slice of filmmaking. It’s been nominate

Hellboy Finds His Voice

Our ringmaster around these parts, Mr. Johnny Butane, directed all of your attention earlier this week towards one of the first hands-on previews of the Hellboy videogame coming from Konami.

Finally Time for Goners?

If you look around the ‘net at other movie sites (What? Why?), you may have seen the recent news that Joss Whedon has officially left Wonder Woman, the adaptation of the long-running DC Comic that he’

Hatchet in September

A few months back it was announced that Anchor Bay Entertainment not only scooped up the rights to release Adam Green’s swamp-set slasher, Hatchet (review), but that they would be getting it into thea

Hills 2 Hades!

Now that’s what I’m talking about: mutant action! All right, maybe you can’t see a lot of the action, but you can tell something’s going down. What you see below is the first pic of Michael Bailey Smi

No Valentine for Leslie

For reasons we’re not sure of, and may never be in this crazy world, we just heard that Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon (review), the amazing debut film from Scott Glosserman, has moved its

Scripter Found for Antichrist

Been waiting for more news on Lars Von Trier's Antichrist, his first foray into horror since The Kingdom? Well, wait no longer because some interesting news came down today via Screen Daily (by way of

Hellboy Game Revealed!

I have to say it’s very cool to see Hellboy getting such mainstream appreciation since Guillermo del Toro’s 2003 film focusing on the character, the brainchild of Mike Mignola. Fear filled me when

First Hills 2 Mutant

Those crazy folks at Latino Review managed to scam a couple of new pics from Fox Atomic’s The Hills Have Eyes 2, which as you may recall is set for a March 23rd release date here in the States. Pictur

Flight of the Luftwaffgoyles

Last year the Sci-Fi Channel premiered an original World War 2-themed flick called S.S. Doomtrooper that dared to dramatize the horrific "what if" scenario as to what if a deranged Nazi super scientis

Sharing Sorrow is Right

Do you know fear? Real, true, palm-sweating fear? Until you’ve seen Creepshow 3 and then read about the people involved in its creation doing anything else, I don’t think you do. In this case that

Clix Enters The Lab!

The traveling man/toy expert known as Nomad forwarded some new information over to us from the folks at WizKids, Inc., creators of the wildly popular HorrorClix game, with the news that the first expansion for the series is making its way to stores now. Called simply The Lab, this add-on features a total of 96 new miniature monsters to collect from Zombie Astronauts to Pod Creatures and more! You can see some pics from the add-on below, but that’s the tip of the tip of the iceberg in terms of all the cool new minuscule mutations they have to offer.

New Casting for The Eye

Jessica Alba has found herself a co-star for the upcoming remake of the Pang Bros. film The Eye, which as you may recall is under the direction of David Moreau and Xavier Plaud (Ils). Said lucky,