Some more art and details cropped up over on DVD Active for upcoming Lionsgate releases, and with it further proof that the studio seems to think Saw fans have no concept of their money. On Octobe
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For years there has been talk of the once-famed Hammer Studios making a comeback to our genre, but to date nothing’s ever been seen from them. Most recently, the studio was taken over by a European co
There’s a little movie coming out in a few weeks from Dimension that I want to make sure you guys make it a point to see; it’s called Broken (read my review), from director Adam Mason, and it’s a pret
Now that is what I call a poster, fiends! Below is the first badass poster for Shawn Lewis’ Black Devil Doll and fucking hell does it rule. Seriously. It’s got that perfect old school look with just the right amount of vulgarity that makes Lewis so damn loveable. Be sure to check out the Black Devil Doll MySpace page to get your toes a tappin’ and ears a bleedin’ with three sample songs from the flick, done by Bamboo Gods!
Wow, no idea how we missed this, I guess three trailers in two days is a bit overwhelming, but Yahoo! Movies have the first official teaser for Saw IV, which is due out October 26th. It’s classy, I’ll
Today Fangoria did up a story about a movie with an interesting title but even more interesting imagery. It’s called Mindflesh and it’s coming to us from the director of the low budget indie London Vo
While the rest of the world’s eyes are trained on the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival, the folks behind the second year of the Toronto After Dark Film Festival are compiling their own sho
Finally some details for M. Night Shyamalan’s first R-rated film, the clunkily-titled The Happening, have cropped up online thanks to the fine folks at Fearnet. The film is currently rolling down
UPDATE: Buz turned our attention to Kevin Smith's MySpace blog where he discusses not only his lost shot at directing a Battlestar Galactica episode, but also Red State's chances of becoming a reality.
To your right is a sampling of the first few shots from Michael Haneke’s upcoming remake of his own 1997 film, Funny Games. The man you see through the screen is one of two who appear one day at t
U.S. remakes of Japanese films may not be the popular trend in horror anymore, but that isn't stopping them from happening. One such title, One Missed Call (review), was handed over to French director
Holy crap is our man Andrew Kasch on a roll tonight. Just minutes after getting the Halloween interviews up, he informed me that a trailer for Stephen King's The Mist is waiting for eager readers over
We've got some new stuff for ya just in time for the theatrical of Rob Zombie's Halloween (review). If you'd kindly click here to be transported over to our Broadband section there awaits a new interv
Do you have the urge to scare people? Do you dream about jumping out of the bushes and watching with glee as unsuspecting folks run away in terror while you wield a real chainsaw? Do you live near Uni