Snakes on a Server

As many of our readers may have noticed yesterday, our site was extremely hard to reach during peak hours. The reason? The "Digg Effect." The "Digg Effect" happens when Digg.com links to your websi

PS3 Brings the F.E.A.R.

Anyone looking to pick up a PS3 at launch has another horror-themed title to look forward to. Vivendi today confirmed that Day One Studios, the people behind the Xbox 360 port of F.E.A.R., is also wor

Fantastic Gets Bug, Roman, More

Austin’s second annual Fantastic Fest just keeps adding badder and badder titles to its lineup (and by "badder" I mean "gooder"... how’s that for some horrible grammar?), and yesterday Twitch Film got

Sandweiss & Campbell Divorce

In a recent chat with one of the gooey denizens of Fangoria, former Evil Dead star Ellen Sandweiss made mention of a role she just finished up for her Dead co-star Bruce Campbell, that of his ex-wife in the highly anticipated My Name is Bruce.

Moon Over Halloween

I know it’s going to be a shock to you all; in fact maybe you should make sure you’re sitting down before you read this… not that I suspect many people come to the site standing up. In fact, you might

DC at MM!

Monster-Mania 6 in Cherry Hill, NJ (August 25-27) is now officially ONE WEEK AWAY! Since there is no time to lose, we thought we'd push you over the edge with a rundown of what Dread Central is bring

Norkio Wants You For Dinner

As mentioned in a previous story, it's recently been confirmed that writer/director Shion Sono's 2005 feature Noriko's Dinner Table is in fact a sequel of sorts to Suicide Circle and Twitch's keen eye

Host Hits 10 Million

With the 10 million admissions mark having just been surpassed, The Host continues to barrage moviegoers with monster madness. Twitch Film reports that the recent Edinburgh International Film Fest

Rogue Resides in Last House

Rogue Pictures has officially picked up the remake of Wes Craven’s seminal classic The Last House on the Left with plans to distribute it worldwide. I guess if it has to be done, and it’s been in

Todd Ready to Roll

Almost a decade after he was originally attached to direct, Tim Burton is finally readying his big screen adaptation of Stephen Sondheim’s musical Sweeney Todd, the story of the Demon Barber of Fleet

More Saw III Stuff

I’ll admit the trailer we threw at you for Saw III the other day may not have been the best quality, but at least it was something, right? Right! Well, now you get something more: not just more links

First Glimpse Behind New Day

Though they’re not the most exciting pics to hit the 'net, that honor would belong to any semi-nude shots of Salma Hayek, it’s good to see that Steve Miner’s remake of Day of the Dead is coming out of

Giving Blood Made Easier

Though I’m not sure if we mentioned it very often at the time of the release for Saw II, Lionsgate has re-initiated its annual Saw blood drive and has once again commissioned some incredibly hot poste

The Devil in Your TV

On his way back to the small screen (though the way TVs are growing every day, we won’t be calling it that for much longer), CBS just approved a new show that will give our favorite fallen angel, Sata

Here Comes Kottentail!

Is the world ready for another ultra low budget homicidal man-rabbit movie after the monumental crapfest that was the Polonia Bros' Peter Rottentail (review)? This is the question that writer/director