The LA Times reported the extremely sad news that the great director and producer Bob Clark was killed earlier today along with his son, Ariel, on the Pacific Coast Highway. "The crash was report
Marvel Zombies, the best idea since Night of the Lepus, is quickly becoming the biggest geek franchise of the last 5 years. Zombies + Marvel Super Heroes = Gold! Who knew? Well, we did, but I'm sure
Just a few hours ago we posted an interview with Michael Bartlett and Kevin Gates, the writing/directing duo behind the new British horror film The Zombie Diaires. Personally I’d only heard a few things about it before, but reading over this interview got me very psyched to see the movie (read the interview with Bartlett & Gates here).
Japanese magazine Famitsu have further unwrapped Resident Evil Umbrella Chronicles with some screens and some new tidbits of information that are equal parts encouraging and worrying. First of all, th
It seems the new, hip thing for us horror freaks to do is take it upon ourselves to come up with the kind of documentary we all wish the studios would put together. First there was Beware the Moon, fo
Man, why can’t they leave the Larry Cohen movies alone? Though I admit the original It’s Alive left much to be desired in terms of effects, the film itself was damn fine and indicative of the timeframe in which it was set; far from timeless, It’s Alive is a snapshot of a very specific period in history that just can't be duplicated. Now a new picture is being taken and something tells me its being done with a cheap-ass Polaroid.
The Aussie freaks at Moviehole have a new ongoing feature on their site that’s pretty damn cool. It’s called "Ask a Celeb" (simple, really) and allows readers to submit questions to celebs that they w
Though we’ve known it was there for sure for a while now, our own Andrew Kasch got to see it at the last AFM, Uwe Boll has finally issued a press release regarding the footage of animal torture he use
I’ve heard of stranger things, yes, but not many. Apparently one of the boys at Icons of Fright stumbled upon the final day of shooting for a TV movie called Babylon Fields, going down in the quie
Issue #66 April 2007 Ah, Grindhouse. Seems it was only a few months ago we were wondering if it was every going to be finished thanks to the rumors of Tarantino and/or Rodriguez (depending on wh
Still not had enough Halloween news yet? Feeling the desire for even more images from the film before it’s released this summer? Or are you just a glutton? No matter the reason, the boys at Bloody
Continuing with our promised influx of new stuff for the stop-motion animated Pit and the Pendulum we last told you about here, director Marc Lougee just dropped us a line with the first look at two p
We just got a heads-up that if you head on over to the Spanish site Aullidos.com you can check out a whole slew of stills (one of which you can see on your right) from the latest Filmax production, Br
Sometimes we get the coolest stuff from the areas you would not expect. Back in January when I Am Legend was filing near the Brooklyn Bridge, Will Smith took the time to hang out with some of the Coast Guard team he was working with and got a cool pic with them, which a source just forwarded to us. The other pic you can see below is two coast guard members in front of a very serious looking military vehicle on the set; apparently this scene is a flashback Smith’s character has to when things starting going to shit all around him at the start of the outbreak.
The other day (specifically here) we gave you a quick heads-up that Nightmare Before Christmas 3-D would be coming back to theaters this Halloween. Today we got both confirmation and some really cool