Issue #71 August 2007 There’s really nothing like a good interview to stoke my interest to see a movie that I might be on the fence about. Yeah, that movie is Rob Zombie’s rebirth of Hallowe
Did you think we were asleep at the wheel while the San Diego Comic-Con whizzed by? I should hope not because Buz, Andrew, Condit and Nomad were all hard at work taking pictures for our Comic-Con Gallery and best of all grabbing videos. See below for an interview with the cast and crew of The Mist, Frank Darabont's upcoming monster movie opus.
Many should know by now that The Invisible (review) was a sad and boring bit of teen trash. It is hard to enjoy a film where the lead character is a whiny emo kid who falls in love with the girl respo
Now here's some news that fills me with joy. That this news has nothing to do with the Sci-Fi Channel fills me with even more joy... STYD has exclusive news on a yet untitled movie in the early sta
Monster movies have been a hard sell at the box office in recent years. Even Peter Jackson's mega-hyped, mega-budget King Kong wasn't quite the slam dunk most expected it to be - though that might hav
All right, I know it’s not exactly breaking news, but it is the first time I’ve read anything about a new Friday the 13th movie in quite a while so I thought you guys would dig it. In a Variety ar
Well the son of one any way. This August 3rd lucky West Coasters (I'll be joining you fuckers soon) will get the opportunity to check out the newest film from Lamberto Bava, The Ghost Son, which st
MTV.com got their hands on the Comic-Con exclusive trailer for Adam Green's much anticipated film Hatchet (review here), and if this doesn't get you excited, I honestly don't know what will. Check ou
Ya gotta love the Interwebz! It's a seriously complex series of tubes that has changed our lives forever! For instance, just ten years ago when you saw the trailer for a movie you were stoked abou
For a film that is due out in just over two months, Hallowed Ground really hasn't been in the news much. Sure, it may be a direct-to-video feature, but when director David Benullo said, "It's Rosemary
Our site and plenty of others have been keeping genre fans updated on all the latest from original Saw director James Wan ("Exclusive Death Sentence Images" – July 2007), but news about the next proje
October 23rd is going to be very bloody according to DVD Active. On that day both Hostel and Hostel: Part II (review) will be coming to DVD. First we'll take a look at the original film by Eli Roth
I’ve not seen Murder Party (review) yet, but from all I’ve heard about it, it’s going to be one of those films you see and immediately tell your friends to check out as well. Those are the best kind.
Not a lot, but some good stuff is on its way this Tuesday, July 31st, 2007... 20 Million Miles to Earth (1957) Directed by Nathan Juran Finally this stop-motion monster classic is getting the b