Are creepy baby dolls and evil spiritual forces your bag? If so then get on over to the H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival in Portland, Oregon on the 7th of October to catch the world premiere of Wishbaby.
KBS Global, a Korean news outlet, reported today that D-Wars (review) director Shim Hyung-rae announced during a news conference that he’s been approached to direct a sequel to the Korean blockbuster.
**UPDATE! Bloody Disgusting has confirmed the additon of Frontieres and also learned that Matt Leuttwyler's Unearthed has joined the fest as well!** Just got a heads up from a reader who wishes to
Man, sometimes I wish I were just a bit closer to New York City. The Pioneer Theater, in conjunction with Fangoria Magazine, has just announced a very badass movie marathon that will be going down
Well, we’ve already given you an idea of who to vote for in this year’s Miss Horrorfest (“The Next Miss Horrrorfest?” – September 2007) and even though we tend to stick to our guns on such things, it’
Though I still can’t say it’s exactly what we wanted nor asked for, I’m holding out hope that the Michael Roesch/Peter Scheerer-helmed Alone in the Dark 2 can at the very least help us forget there wa
If you loved: Witchcraft Witchcraft II: The Temptress Witchcraft III: The Kiss of Death Witchcraft IV: The Virgin Heart Witchcraft V: Dance with the Devil Witchcraft VI: The Devil's Mistress
Of all the trilogies out there, the one that has been lying the lowest lately has to be The Mummy. We all knew there was a third film in store starring Brendan Fraser and Jet Li, but the news just tri
Alaska isn't the only place that is going to get overrun with vampires this October. As 30 Days of Night (review) draws closer so will the release of many movie tie-ins. Publishing house IDW has just
The folks over at 24 Frames Per Second managed to get their hands on the first official promo shot for Blood: The Last Vampire, the anime adaptation that was helmed by Chris Nahon.
This Raw Feed thing is really working out well for seemingly everyone involved. Two bits of news came down yesterday concerning the future of the direct-to-DVD line, which just recently announced another trilogy of movies; Otis, Rest Stop 2 and Supermarket.
Some damn good news came down the Sci Fi Wire for those of you who have been a fan of John Skipp for a while now, or at least read my review of his latest, The Long Last Call, and tracked the book down.
That’s a pretty good piece o’ promo art, wouldn’t you say? I sure as hell would be interested if I weren’t so ensconced in this site and didn’t know that Train is actually a remake of Terror Train. Ac
A few weeks back, you may recall Masters of Horror creator Mick Garris made the semi-official announcement that Lionsgate were officially on board for a third season of the popular anthology show (“Lionsgate Behind Masters 3!” – August, 2007). Today it was announced that NBC has reworked Masters with Garris to create a new show, just without the freedom of pay cable.
Curses! Just when you thought it was safe to enjoy another nature run amok flick, Shock Till You Drop reports that the newest film from the director of genre fav Wolf Creek, Greg McLean, is going to