You thought we had a lot of cool pics from Big Bad Wolf the other day? Well, you’re right, we did, but thanks to the boys over at UHM, we found out there’s even more elsewhere. Specifically they e
It’s weird how some flicks get made and just continually stay under the radar no matter how many attempts to get more info about them aer made. Such is the case with Jeff Burr’s Devils’ Dean, a film w
We recently got word about a new indie movie that just wrapped production and looks cooler than most, which as you know is our only prerequisite for mention on the site. We just want it to be different, damnit, and you’d be amazed how hard that is for most filmmakers to handle.
‘Tis the season for conventions, eh? Just take a look at our home page, and you’ll get a good idea of just how many chances horror fans have to either meet their favorite horror celeb or see brand-spa
If being the spiritual successor to what many still call the scariest game ever made wasn’t enough, Bioshock had to take home a lot of "Best of E3" awards on top of it. This was all well and good for the people lucky enough to see it behind closed doors, but for anyone shut out like me, the game remained this promising sounding title that we’d only seen a paltry few screens of.
Been wondering what director Julian Richards has been up to after The Last Horror Movie came out and finally had its day in the sun a few months back? Why, he’s been working on another film of course, and yesterday he sent out a bunch of new information on it.
Igor: a name that has become synonymous with mad scientist sidekicks. Always relegated to perennial second fiddle status and never one to get much respect, Igor's time has finally come. The Hollywo
Just wanted to throw a quick update at ya; we just received word from the folks behind the Screamfest LA that tickets to see The Tripper, the directorial debut from David Arquette about a Ronald Reaga
Last year people who suffer from Coulrophobia, the fear of clowns, were scared shitless by a slash-happy clown named Shivers in Lionsgate's Fear of Clowns (review here). Well, the joke is far fr
We’ve been trying our damnedest to get the word out on the latest horror 'zine on the block, Horror Hound, and today we got the lowdown on Issue #4, which is on its way out the door as we speak. T
Ever on the path for new Masters of Horror info, Fango got to chat up Wrong Turn helmer Rob Schmidt about his entry for Season Two, "Right to Die," which he describes as a modern ghost story about the right to die issue.
Remember a few weeks back when we told you that the special feature that would accompany the original Halloween back to the big screen would be a 20-minute segment of fans talking about their love for
Man, is that all Americans are good for nowadays, traveling abroad and getting in mischief? If the movies are to be believed (and why wouldn’t they?), that is certainly the case. The latest exampl
The folks over at Cemetery Dance Publications have never had any shortage of good stuff to offer the discerning horror fan, but their output as of late has just gotten ridiculous. Seriously, the amoun
Back in June the first Death Note movie was released in Japan to great critical review and did some serious work at the box office. From the outset the plan was to release the film in two parts, and t