I guess when you’ve got a name like Bryan Singer producing you flick, it’s easy to afford some big name (and big talent) stars.
Though I’m sure it’s not the first time it’s been mentioned anywhere, a virtual flip through the pages of Variety this morning marked the first time I’d heard of the Canadian horror film The Marsh, on
In a turn that honestly makes little to no sense to me at all, Dimension Films announced yesterday that they would not be releasing Rob Zombie’s Halloween redux in October, the time frame that would m
So as some of you may be aware, Stephen King recently did his first public speaking event in years over in the UK, and needless to say it was a very strong turnout. We’ve had quite a few people writin
Hellgate: London, a PC first person action RPG from a lot of the team that brought us the demonic Diablo games, is one of those games that has looked interesting for well over a year. Up until now
I’ve heard it sucks, but I have to admit that the poster for the new cash-in, er, movie about Hannibal Lecter’s formative years, Hannibal Rising, is pretty damn eye-catching. Coming Soon got the first
It may not be much, but I see it as a good sign that things are moving forward for Don Coscarelli’s planned Bubba Ho-Tep prequel, Bubba Nosferatu.
As if anyone needed further proof that MySpace is good for something other than stalking prepubescent girls, Rob Zombie has just posted on his MySpace blog the most excellent news that Rosario Dawson
We’ve been shamelessly plugging the hell out of the upcoming After Dark HorrorFest, the first film festival that will be seen in over 500 theaters in 35 states. Showcasing 8 (and in some places 10) in
I was about to open up this story by saying that it feels like I've been reporting on Korean director Shim Hyung-Rae's giant monster epic D-War for what feels like years, but then I realized that I ac
Our man Andrew spent the last few days making his way around AFM (the American Film Market, for those of you not "in the know") and managed to snag all sorts of cool stuff while he was there. But the
I did a story a few weeks back about an upcoming Sci-Fi Channel original movie about big mutant spiders terrorizing a cast of former "Melrose Place" actors called Ice Spiders, although word is that th
As you all should be aware, former KNB man Robert Kurtzman has been keeping himself very, very busy as of late. Aside from making his first film since Wishmaster, the Andrew Divoff-starrer The Rage, h
The first set of stills from Eli Roth’s Hostel Part II have been revealed, and you can see a teaser of them below (click each one for a full-size look). The sequel follows three American girls who tak
All this time, all these years waiting for Frank Darabont to finally be able to do the adaptation of Stephen King’s The Mist he’s been talking about forever, and it all might be over by next May.