Exclusive: Burrowers Prequel Named

On the set of David Gregory’s Plague Town last night (more on that later), I got to chatting with one of the makeup effects guys on the project, and he made mention of having worked with J.T. Petty on a project recently, something called “Red Earth”.

Funny Games One Sheet

Now this is a damn fine poster, no? Though I seriously doubt it will be the final art used for Michael Haneke’s remake of his own Funny Games, it’ll still be a great piece if the film is good enough t

Lussier Fixes The Eye

If you've hired a director or two to create a motion picture, why bring on a third person after the film is shot to add footage to it? Especially when the added party isn't exactly as talented as your

A Look at the Moonlight Premiere

This season there seems to be a rash of horror-themed television programs hitting the airwaves, which is very perplexing to me ... I’m already too damn busy and now I have to watch TV too!?!

The Bay Wrestles a Maniac

I concluded my UK DVD review of Wrestlemaniac with these words: "I'm reviewing the just released barebones PAL DVD of Wrestlemaniac (Originally entitled El Mascarado Massacre). I can only hope tha

Deaths of Ian Stills

I gotta be honest, when I first heard the premise for The Deaths of Ian Stone, though I loved the idea, I got the feeling it was going to be just another subtle head-fuck movie for some reason. Su

Masters of Mash-Up!

The ultimate fate of the Masters of Horror series is still up in the air, but we all can still enjoy what it has already given us. Now the show is ready to hand out some prizes, and all you have to do

Exclusive: Golden Talks Baltimore!

I’m a huge fan of the Chris Golden/Mike Mignola novel Baltimore, or The Steadfast Tin Soldier and the Vampire, which you can see by my review if you don’t believe me, so when it was announced that Dav

Fangoria Comics No More

Well, I can’t say this is all that surprising, but it’s still a little sad. The folks behind Fangoria Comics just sent out a press release announcing that Creative Entertainment has officially shu

Toronto After Dark Lineup!

The second annual Toronto After Dark Film Festival, going down this October 19th-25th, has finally made the official announcement of its schedule, and it’s pretty damn cool if you ask me. Of inte

Midnight Meat Trailer, Take 2

Hey, remember the story we had a few days back about the trailer for Midnight Meat Train? It was on IGN then but apparently was put up too soon, so we were asked to take it down. Now it’s back, this t

Rock and Shock Film Schedule!

The other day we did a story letting you know about all the kickass guests and badass bands that’ll be featured at this year’s Rock and Shock in Worcester, MA. One thing we didn’t mention, though, was all the movies that are playing as well!

New Mist Poster, Pics

Though I knew it was too good to be true that the Weinstein Company would actually use a Drew Struzan-created poster to promote Frank Darabont’’s The Mist, I guess I was living in some form of denial

Orphange to Find Home With Oscar?

In a great bit of news that I’m sure has everyone involved walking around with a perma-grin, Daily Variety reports that J.A. Bayons’s The Orphanage has been selected by Spain to be their candidate for

Goyer to Helm Baltimore

Here’s a project we’ve been hearing rumblings about but had to keep quiet on until the I’s were dotted and the T’s crossed, and I’m very happy it happened sooner rather than later.