There's a fledgling production company out there that may be worth keeping an eye on. They're called Archetype Films, the genre branch of indie production company Peace Arch Entertainment. Formed last
All right, now this is what I’m talking about! After Revolution wussed out and dropped Hellboy 2 from its roster, the sequel has been floating around waiting for some kind soul generous enough to make a go of the sequel.
The other day the trades reported that Sony Pictures Animation was already at work on their third CG animated feature (following Over the Hedge and Surf’s Up: A True Story), the retired monster romp H
The other day we told you about the upcoming Warner Bros. release of The Exorcist: The Complete Anthology (as it is actually called, read the original story here), and today we got an early look at th
With movies like the Saw series and Hostel being so very ultraviolent, there are always going to be films whose very existence is justified as a way to one-up those films. Then there are movies made o
Damn, if only to be in the UK... not only do they have their very own horror channel (which I've been hearing better stuff about lately), but they've also got a kickass yearly festival called
They had this sucker on display at Comic Con, and it was only one of many jaw dropping sculpts I actually had to stare at for a few minutes to appreciate the design. Expect to see a lot more of that s
Without that annoying red "HD/DVD" logo on it, the artwork for the October 24th release of James Gunn’s criminally underseen Slither is even better, as you can see below. DVD Active got their hands on
I'd been following the progress of Blaine Wasylkiw's Canadian horror comedy - I'm assuming it's also a comedy given the film's premise - entitled The Muffin Man, the terrifying tale of the serial kill
At long last, Moviefone has posted the full-length trailer from The Grudge 2 that terrified audiences at the San Diego Comic Con. Gotta hand it to Takashi Shimizu: Even after five installments, he sti
If you got a chance to read Evil Andy's review of Gary Sherman's return to horror, 39: A Film by Carroll McKane, chances are you asked yourself "Damn, when can I see that?" Well, if you're anywhere near New York on August 7th at about 6:30pm, your chance will be presented
While in attendance at Comic Con this year, I kept wandering past the booth for Fox Atomic, the new 20th Century Fox offshoot who will be putting out The Hills Have Eyes 2, Turistas, and 28 Weeks Late
I really can't stress enough how important it is for you guys to get your asses out there this weekend and see Neil Marshall's The Descent. Yes, it's a great movie as our reviews (here and
Issue #59August 2006 Miike's always good for an offensive cover, isn't he? I tell you, it's weird to go to my "day job" reading Rue Morgue once a month; I get looks that vary between slightly amused to horrifically appalled... and that's usually just seeing their covers.
With Rob Zombie's upcoming remake/reimagining of Halloween due out October 19th, 2007, one of the biggest questions when Zombie made it clear that he was distancing his film from the original was