Double Dips in the Hostel

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

Have a Murder Party for Halloween!

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.

DVD Release List: Lots o' Monsters

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

Another Trip to the Underworld

I’m really not surprised that Sony would agree to another Underworld movie (sorry, but I liked the last one way more than the first), and it's pretty damn cool who might be taking over the helm. W

McGrath to Open Little's Store

Funny that the latest issue of Rue Morgue has an article about reclusive horror author Bentley Little, and all of a sudden news crops up about a film adaptation of one of his books. Coincidence? Proba

Strippers, Torture, Lionsgate

If there's one thing the movie Captivity (review) taught me, it's that if you just have to kidnap and torture another human being, then you might as make it a hot chick. Movie slashers have understood

Book of Treats!

Wow, Warner Bros. is really happy about Mike Dougherty’s Trick ‘r Treat, or at least that’s how it seems when you look at all the cool stuff coming our way from it.

Long Weekend Cash in Place

We first told you about Urban Legends director Jamie Blanks being signed on for a remake of Long Weekend a while back ("Blanks on a Long Weekend" – May 2007), and today Variety is reporting that Arcli

Paris Sings Repo!

No. Fucking. Way. Paris Hilton cannot sing. I refuse to believe that the girl has a set of pipes on her at all, especially considering she’s about 64 lbs. soaking wet. Nevertheless, Darren Bousman

Take Sanctuary!

Ever hear of a webcast series that could actually pass as something you'd see on television? So far, I've seen very few; usually production values are low, or the projects are just plain shit. Then a

Apocalypse Online

If you’re cool, you’re on MySpace. That’s pretty much the message I’m getting from anyone in the industry. More and more it’s getting easier to use and there’s some great stuff on there if you know wh

Whedon Brings More Horror!

Finally, some good news for Joss Whedon fans who are sick of hearing about him only doing comic books or discussing superhero films that won’t be made anytime soon.

Mist Poster Revealed!

With all the updating going on this weekend it’s hard to always find the best “first look” at anything, but the boys at UHM found the best shot of the poster for Frank Darabont’s The Mist that I’ve seen so far.

The Bay Gets The Lost