After the success of their recent web series Trophy Heads, Full Moon Entertainment has decided to fire up another... and this time they're resurrecting one of their most beloved characters to do so. Be prepared for Killjoy's Psycho Circus.
Here's the thing... if you missed Raze (review) in theatres, VOD, or DVD, then you seriously missed one of the most ass-kickin' films of the year. So listen up! The flick is hitting cable! Now you have no excuse!
When The Shining originally hit theaters back in 1980, it ran two minutes longer than the version we're all familiar with, including a hospital scene that Kubrick cut out a week into the film's theatrical run. Now that scene is being put back into the film for a special screening...
There's never been a better time than the present to be a horror fan who collects toys, and that's largely thanks to the companies NECA and Mezco. Speaking of which, both companies have just unveiled exciting new offerings so read on to check 'em out!
While we all wait patiently to see what moves Lionsgate makes with the Saw franchise, artist Elsa Rhae has done one frighteningly fun job of recreating the films' centerpiece character, Billy the Puppet, and bringing him to life! Check it out! It's so worth your time.
Continuing the fine tradition of TV shows becoming the new remake/prequel/sequel/premake/etc., a new version is on its way of the 1997 flick The Devil's Advocate, which starred Al Pacino chewing more scenery than any one person should be allowed to. Still... he was magic and far from an "ABSENTEE LANDLORD!!!!"
Rumor Mill Begins for Universal/Imagine's The Vampire Chronicles Films; Josh Boone in Talks to Direct?
Well, that didn't take long. Less than two weeks after Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment acquired the rights to adapt author Anne Rice's entire The Vampire Chronicles series, a director is apparently in early talks for the first film.
Filmax dropped the first stills from Rafa Martinez' directorial debut Sweet Home on us today, and we have every pixel of them right here for you. Check out the goods by reading on, and look for more on this one really soon!
Remember how the Maniac remake jolted the hell out of you by unfolding strictly through the eyes of a killer? Well, Grace: The Possession is taking the same route with possession. Read on for details.
Playing as part of this year's Film4 FrightFest is Luke Hyams' scare-a-thon X Moor, and right now we have the official trailer for you guys to dig on. You don't even have to take a flight across the pond to see it! Enjoy!
After years and years of being tied up in a legal battle over release rights, My Name Is A By Anonymous is finally getting a release, and to go along with the glorious news, it's gotten itself a new title as well.
Playing as part of Fantastic Fest 2014 is the vampire flick Norway, and if it's half as cool as these stills and the following trailer indicate, then we could very well be in for one hell of a treat. Dig it!
Over the last several days there has been a shit-ton of posters released for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. Instead of doing a story each time one was released, we now have every single one in one neat little place for you cats to ogle. Check 'em out!
No, this has nothing to do with crowdfunding! We're referring to the content in this new clip from IFC's latest acquisition, Victor Garcia's The Damned (review), starring The Twilight Saga's Peter Facinelli. Look for The Damned in select theaters August 29.
Time for another poster premiere for Leigh Janiak's Honeymoon (review). Check it out, and let's hope that our newlyweds get in at least one quickie before the terror begins!