Modern technology has made it unnecessary to leave the house (or even the couch for that matter) to order up your choice of cinematic fare. But there was a beauty in the VHS tape. And artist Chris MacGibbon has given some modern faves the VHS treatment.
At the end of last year we got word that Traverse Media had acquired the rights to writer-director Travis Romero's Treachery, but then things got quiet. Today the silence ends as the film now has a North American VOD release date.
More backwoods, flesh-hungry, redneck hillbilly horror is on its way to DVD this September 23rd when Legend of the Hillbilly Butcher arrives. Check out an exclusive clip right here with all the fixin's!
The first word on a new sci-fi thriller has landed in our inbox, and here are all the early details on Pivot, written and directed by Ed Gass-Donnelly. Considering no cast members have been announced yet, expect more soon!
There are three movies in the works titled Panda-Saurus, Monster-Zilla, and Atomic Shark; and the most shocking news of all is that neither Syfy nor The Asylum haa anything to do with them.
If you enjoy horror from the literary side of the fence, you should be interested in learning more about Yesterday’s Hero, the follow-up to Jonathan Wood's rip-roaring sci-fi/horror detective novel No Hero.
The found footage flick As Above / So Below, directed by John Erick Dowdle (Quarantine, Devil), will be in theatres on August 29th; and right now we have your chance to gear up with this exclusive prize package!
A couple of months ago we learned that Lifetime was adapting Stephen King's "Big Driver" short story from his Full Dark, No Stars collection, and now the network has released some stills and revealed the film's premiere date.
The next game from survival horror legend Shinji Mikami, The Evil Within from Tango Gameworks and Bethesda Softworks, has casted up its voice actors, including Jackie Earle Haley and Jennifer Carpenter, to bring the experience to life! We have the lowdown plus a brand new video for you to dig on here!
The 2014 Prime Time Emmy Awards are in the books, and though most of Seth Meyers' jokes fell flatter than Olive Oyl's chest, there were two bright spots for horror fans!
After the premake of The Thing lots of horror fans wanted to lock Mary Elizabeth Winstead up along with everyone else who botched what should have been a killer flick. Still, it wasn't really her fault, and she's back in a new horror flick, The Cellar.
Elijah Wood's production company, SpectreVision, has another project coming our way soon, this time with Jorge Michel Grau (We Are What We Are) and Zodiac Features. That's right, fiends; get ready for what's being referred to as an "anthropological zombie film" in Curse the Darkness.
After years of slaying zombies and then sucking on twisters, Sarah Wayne Callies has a new beast to tame! She's set to Pay the Ghost with Nicolas Cage. We pray for both her sanity and safety.
More casting news has come in for the second entry into Darren Lynn Bousman and Terrance Zdunich's surreal wonderland known as The Devil’s Carnival (review). Bloody Disgusting is reporting that Bill Moseley (The Devil's Rejects, Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2) has joined the ever-growing cast of The Devil's Carnival 2: Alleluia.
Exclusive time, kids! During this past weekend's Film4 FrightFest, footage of See No Evil 2 was shown to the thunderously loud crowd. Even though the majority of you couldn't make the fest itself, we have an exclusive sampling of the goods!