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#SDCC14: UCP Announces Deal with Warren Ellis/Gale Anne Hurd; Night Mary and Five Ghosts Heading to TV

As Comic-Con 2014 kicks off in San Diego, Universal Cable Productions (UCP) announces three new deals that will bolster UCP’s genre library and are sure to generate excitement among both comic book and horror enthusiasts. Read on for the details!

Retreat Director Set to Prove that Science Fiction Is Timeless

Back in 2010, Bill Kelly sold his sci-fi script Timeless, which at one point had Philip Noyce attached to direct. Four years later, the project is finally set to find its way in front of cameras, and a new director has been named. Read on!

New Wer Trailer in the News

We told you earlier the new flick from the makers of the much reviled film The Devil Inside, entitled WER, is coming home on DVD via Universal on September 23rd, and right now we have the artwork and a new trailer for you to start barking at!

Get Another Look at Norman Reedus in AIR

Right now Entertainment Weekly is scoring all the goods from the upcoming AIR, produced by Robert Kirkman and starring Norman Reedus; and today those goods include another photo of Reedus from the film. How about spreading it around a little, guys?

#SDCC14: Mezco Announces The Strain Collectible Coin, Living Dead Dolls, and More

With San Diego Comic-Con's Preview Night kicking off in just a few hours, Mezco Toyz has announced a new line that you'll want to add to your shopping list: collectibles based on FX's new series "The Strain."

First Stills Are Guaranteed to Give You Dementia

As we told you a few months back, Contracted's DP Mike Testin is making his feature debut with an old-school horror flick entitled Dementia, which boasts a handful of faces that are quite familiar to us horror folk. On tap for you today are the first images from the film so dig in!

Fantasia 2014: Artwork Premiere for At the Devil's Door

With its Canadian premiere coming up at Fantasia 2014, the official artwork has arrived for At the Devil's Door, arriving on VOD/digital on August 8th with a theatrical release to follow on September 12th courtesy of IFC Midnight.

Lose Your Head for These New Found Images

The good folks over at XLrator Media have hooked us up with some new eye candy from their upcoming indie serial killer flick Found, and it's of the wonderfully bloody variety. Check it out, and look for more on this one soon!

Enter the House of the Witch Doctor in September

September. The official end of summer. The time when all the kids have to go back to school and pretend like that's the end of the world. Wait until you get older and there's no such thing as recess! Anyway... September is also a good time to visit the House of the Witch Doctor on DVD!

Something Weird Happening Over on Full Moon Streaming

Something Weird is coming to FullMoonStreaming.com in a BIG way! Read on for probably one of the coolest (and weirdest) announcements you'll see all week... and that's saying something given that it's San Diego Comic-Con Week!

#SDCC14: Run Like Hell in San Diego to Get Your Poster Signed

Indie horror is trudging its way into the hallowed halls of the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con, and as always we'll be there running around like maniacs trying to bring you all the sights and sounds you need on your radar. Read on for this first tidbit!

Exclusive Clip Offers a Raw Cut

We told you about Raw Cut, the flick about a group of kids who get slaughtered while making a found footage movie, a few days ago; and now, because we move so damned quickly, we have an exclusive clip and the first stills to go along with the previously released trailer. Dig 'em!

Powerman 5000's Spider One Directs His First Horrific Music Video

Spider One, the infamous founder of Powerman 5000, has directed his first music video. It's for "Kiss Me Kill Me" by the Los Angeles-based band Knee High Fox, and you can see it right here.

The Gasp Menagerie: Ancient Alien Overlords Depicted in Indian Rock Paintings

Ancient aliens visiting earth, guiding early man. In the 70's, with the popularity of Erich von Däniken's book and Harald Reinl's film Chariot of the Gods, they were a hot topic. The Nazca Lines, Pyramids of Giza, and other wonders suggest the use of technology unavailable to people of the period.

#SDCC14: More Images to Give You Goosebumps

The 2014 San Diego Comic-Con hasn't even begun yet, but that's not stopping the news breaking. Three new stills from the feature film adaptation of R.L. Stine's mega-successful Goosebumps series have arrived along with an official plot crunch. Read on!