With the big screen adaptation of one of Jack Ketchum's most frightening novels, The Girl Next Door (movie review here and book review here), on its way, it was only a matter of time before a tr
Sid Haig's directorial debut, Wittenberg (story here), is obviously on the fast track with news of yet another cast announcement this week, as if just Knetter and I weren't enough reason for you
The Now Playing line of horror figures from SOTA Toys is going strong into this year as well with another American Werewolf in London set that has not one, but two figures! Corner Store Comic
The horror movie industry is the best starting place for young filmmakers. Getting a cheap horror flick out on DVD is easy, and it could get you noticed pretty quick. The grand number of film festivals focused on our genre also aids in getting talent noticed, such as Toby Wilkins.
I'd read some early stuff about Tim Sullivan’s follow-up to his ultra-gory debut, 2001 Maniacs, but it seems like a lot has changed since those days, all for the good.
Today we got our first look at the artwork for Evilution, a film from Cemetery Gates writer Brian Patrick O'Toole. His name may be familiar to some as being attached to other projects like Boo (
Much like talk of a Poltergeist sequel, rumors of reviving long-gone but not forgotten Hammer Studios seem to crop up every few years, too. The last big news on it was at least two years ago, wh
Michael Pleckaitis, the maker of the horror comedy Trees and its even kookier follow-up The Root of all Evil, has been kind enough to give me the scoop on his new film, Silent. No man-eating tr
It's almost here! A heaping helping of torture porn will arrive on June 8th, and there's no doubt it will ruffle a few feathers on some conservative news channels. With less than a month to go b
This time of year used to be the hottest for gaming news. E3 would have been going on right now if it hadn't been all downsized and moved, and we'd be flooded with information about sweet lookin
Hot damn! After a few years in hiding Bad Reputation (review) is breaking out of its shell to show itself off to audiences at Cannes. We just don't get enough high school thrillers these days...
It can be argued that Lionsgate has become the new master of horror DVDs. Each week at least 8 to 10 show up on the radar, and more often than not, they are enjoyable. So what are some of the fi
Just wanted to clear up a bit of confusion that’s been going on out there in the world weird web, if I may. David Hess, star of Wes Craven’s Last House on the Left among many others, has been ment
While I know the Terminator films aren't technically "horror," they are much beloved and have enough genre elements that fans should be interested in this latest news from The Hollywood Reporter