Dreadtime Stories: Two From Braunbeck!

He’s been writing in various genres for years now, but primarily Gary A. Braunbeck is know for his extensive horror output. He possesses that very rare and exciting talent for being able to speak right to the reader, so that you almost get the feeling he wrote it just for you when you read his works.

Exclusive Dead Matter Pics!

The folks behind the production of Ed Douglas’ The Dead Matter, which we just updated you on over the weekend (“Dead Matter Update!” – August 2007) have sent along a pair of exclusive pics from behind

Savini Surfs With Lost Boys

Well, now you don’t have any reason to whine or complain about the upcoming sequel to The Lost Boys, currently subtitled The Tribe, because the one and only Tom Savini will be in it!

First Look at Damned Thing Art!

Those generous ladies and gents over at Anchor Bay were cool enough to forward on a look at the artwork for their next scheduled Masters of Horror release, Tobe Hooper’s “The Damned Thing” (review), this weekend. Pretty snazzy, no?

Sharks in Venice!

In 1999 they brought us the original Shark Attack In 2001 they came back for seconds in Shark Attack 2 In 2002 they unleashed the masterpiece that is Shark Attack 3: Megalodon In 2003 they dr

Dead Matter Update!

We got word last night that The Dead Matter, the horror feature being directed by Midnight Syndicate’s Edward Douglas, is halfway through their shoot schedule and everything’s looking great so far.

Wrath of Magus

Now here's a nifty little horror/fantasy flick that I happened to stumble upon while looking up some info about another film on IMDB. You'd be surprised how often that's happened to me. This time I

Meet the Prisoners of the Sun

While cruising around the many layers that make up that wonderful geek resource known as the IMDB, I discovered a movie that I’ve heard neither Jack nor shit about, but sounds like something we’d be giving regular updates on if I had.

Fido's Captive Specs

There's nothing sweeter than a boy and his ... zombie? That's the case with Fido (review), a film many of you probably never got to see in theatres because room had to be made for Bratz, Daddy Day Cam

Old & New Horror in Hi-Def

Blu-ray means serious business now. Currently the hi-def format is kicking the competition's (HD-DVD) ass by a selling margin of 2:1. While HD-DVD may have better features and cheaper players, the Son

DC at Monster Mania 9!

It's August; the sun is shining, the kiddies are getting in their last ditch summer hook ups and it’s time, once more, for MONSTER-MANIA! Monster-Mania 9 blackens the landscape of Cherry Hill, NJ this

Poltergeist 25 Art!

All right, just a mere day after the official announcement of Poltergeist: 25th Anniversary Edition, Warner Bros. has released the artwork for it. Good turnaround, that! Check it out below, and be happy we’re finally getting a decent release for Tobe Hooper’s big budget classic. The new disc streets on October 9th! - Johnny Butane

Saw Figures Packaged

Yes, I know all the jokes that could be made about seeing Tobin’s package, but save those for the forums. We’re here to talk about toys, you perverts. Specifically the upcoming Saw II and Saw III figu

Trifecta of Genius Artwork

The folks over at Genius Entertainment just passed a long a trio of artwork for some of their upcoming genre releases and instead of hording them to ourselves like we usually do, I thought we should s

Exclusive Cloverfield Info!

A few months back I wrote an article about information I'd received from an insider source regarding an upcoming Sci-Fi Channel original movie premiering later this month called Mega Snake. In that article I bemoaned how I never get scoops on any big screen movies, just direct-to-DVD and Sci-Fi Channel stuff.