Olguin Off to Prom, Grave?

It must be both a frustrating and exciting time for Sangra Eterna helmer Jorge Olguin. His creepy-sounding ghost story, The Call of the Sea, which is being produced by Guillermo del Toro, is set to finally start shooting this April; but his big budget U.S.

Dead Silence Poster!

All right, I will give up some respect for the way Universal is handling the marketing of James Wan’s Dead Silence, which for a while there we feared would just be dumped into the theaters with nary a

Dinner for Fiends: Blood & Hitcher

I know, a discussion about two crappy movies in theaters might not sound like something you’d want to listen to on the way to work, but that’s what’s so great about Dinner for Fiends; we can make even

Postal Trailers Online!

It’s less offensive than I expected (unless the sight of Dave Foley's full frontal nudity offends you) and lot funnier than I had anticipated; I refer to the trailer(s) for Uwe Boll’s Postal, his adap

Fraser Up for New Mummy

Although confirming that he’s interested in returning to the role that gave him some infamy is not really a surprise (would he really be above doing another Mummy movie? I think not), Brendan Fraser d

Arizona's Other Illegal Aliens

Ladies and gentlemen, I do not want to overly alarm everyone, but the martians have invaded Arizona! These are not the good sort of extraterrestrials; do not offer them Reese's Pieces or a trip to McD

Rocco Finds Killer Inside

Though something tells me the elements of this story that make it work hinge more on the dramatic aspects rather than horror, the plot for the new film from Marc Rocco (Murder in the First, pictured)

Behind-the-Scenes Evil!

When word broke that José Mojica Marins was planning on bringing the ever-so-evil Zé do Caixão (lovingly known to us as Coffin Joe) back to the big screen in the upcoming film The Embodiment of Evil, both myself and fans everywhere were ecstatic.

Jane Talks Mist Changes

If there’s one film I know I’m looking forward to later this year with nary a worry it’s Frank Darabont’s The Mist. A passion project for the man for as many years as he’s been in the business, his ad

Jason Stalks Sooner

Fans of the Friday the 13th film and young readers series need to raise glasses of strong drink to filmmaker Cory Stevens. Who knows when the next big budget Jason may hit the big screen but we do kno

Dead Spidey Gets a Dead Wife

Over the weekend we teased with an image of the first Marvel Zombies statue coming out way from Diamond Select; although to be fair we didn’t know what it was because all we saw was a little zombie Sp

Midway Returns to Area 51

Sometimes, you have to wonder what a company (in this case a publisher) is thinking in keeping a game series alive. That’s not to say that there isn’t reason to be excited about the game I’m about to

Hoskins Doesn't Fear the Reaper

Today has been feeling like a weird day enough without this odd news rolling in that good old Bob Hoskins will be in Doomsday, the next film from The Descent's writer/director Neil Marshall. But w

DVD Release List: Quiet Lambs

Discs for you come January 30th, 2007 include... Evil (2006) Directed by Yorgos Noussias Athens is going down, friends. Hope you got a chance to see it in person before the zombie infestation t