Been a long time since we’ve heard any peeps out of the folks behind the Tori Spelling starrer Cthulhu, but today they started chirping very loudly, indeed, so we took notice. Over at Arrow in the
Here's what to get and what to avoid come Tuesday, July 24th, 2007... Blown (2005) Directed by David C. Hayes
This weekend we got the word about a very cool new documentary in the works about Rhode Island’s favorite son, Mr. Howard Phillips Lovecraft.
We’ve been trying to keep you all up to date on the goings-on with the stop motion animated Pit and Pendulum short film (review), which last told you about here, so sinc it's been a while consider thi
Friday started off with Zoo, a documentary about guys who like to have sex with horses. In my book that constitutes a horror film. At the very least that’s some pretty transgressive behavior, dese
Jake West is finally moving on to his next project, after his Pumpkinhead sequel failed to do much of anything but make people want to watch the original again, according to STYD.
Over the weekend a reader dropped us a line with a heads-up about a new film being shot for The Hallmark Channel, of all places, that really sounds like it might be the shark movie we’ve all been waiting for. Seriously.
Why are they redoing Escape to Witch Mountain? I’ve not seen the film in years, but I clearly remember enjoying it a lot when I did see it, being a good mix off dark elements and kid’s adventure film
Shocker Toys hits San Diego Comic Con July 25 through the 29th at booth #4517 in the 4500 aisle, packed with prototypes for their Metalocalypse, GWAR and Indie Spotlight lines, among other things. Al
All right, now this is cool. The trailer for Trick ‘r Treat, the first film from Superman writer Michael Dougherty, has found it’s way online via IESB. Even Dougherty himself isn’t sure how it happene
Man, I really don’t get the issue with getting a freaking werewolf movie out to the masses these days. Well, at least one that doesn’t involve magical teens who turn into wolves. Ugh. Of course Sk
Not that I feel it’s anything to be ashamed of, but I’ve never seen the remake of Kyoshi Kurosawa’s brilliant ghost film Pulse, which according to most was one of the worst atrocities of this whole Asian remake trend. So I don’t feel like I missed much.
Low budget slasher flicks released direct-to-video really are a dime a dozen so I'm not really sure what it is about The Stitcher that peaks my interest. Perhaps it's the killer's button fetish or his
Remember when we told you about NECA's new Resident Evil line of action figures here and back here? Those pictures were great and all but they don't hold a candle to the one's we got fresh in the mail