Some quick distro news is coming out of Cannes: Magnet, the genre arm of Magnolia Pictures, has acquired the North American rights to Big Bad Wolves and is planning a theatrical release for later this year!
We have excellent news for those of you out there hungry to see the two-hour and forty-five-minute version of Night Breed known as Nightbreed: The Cabal Cut (review). Sounds like things are progressing more than just nicely!
We know "True Blood" has some of the most dedicated fans in the world, and if you're one of them, here's your chance to be part of a Season 5 DVD virtual signing with stars Stephen Moyer and Kristin Bauer van Straten.
Atlantic Rim may look like lawsuit bait after the last year’s legal woes The Asylum had over their Battleship and Hobbit mockbusters. It better not because it also looks pretty damn cool if you’re like me and believe you can never have enough movies about giant robots battling giant monsters.
The first home video details and artwork for Anchor Bay's The Demented have arrived, and we have the skinny on what you need to know when this newest breed of flesh-eaters start heading your way! Hint: Hit them in the head. That shit always works!
As promised earlier today, ABC has released the official trailer for its upcoming new series "Resurrection," and we have a look at it for you right here. Again, no premiere date has been announced, but we expect more info soon.
Solomon Kane is a flick that's gotten a lot of flack over the last couple of years. Is it perfect? No, but it is pretty damned good. Then again, what the hell do I know? I liked The Devil Inside. In any event, the flick is finally headed to Blu-ray and DVD.
To say that we're looking forward to the upcoming apocalypse horror comedy This Is the End is a bit of an understatement. Everything released thus far has been hilarious, and this latest video follows suit. Check it out!
Lionsgate has nabbed the North American rights for the next chiller from Hammer, entitled The Quiet Ones, and they've already given it a release date! See how quickly things can move once they start cooking?
Okay, we get it... The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is an "event" film, one of epic proportions within its fanbase. But this new one-sheet? Good lord, don't you think someone is taking this just a little too far?
You would think that by now everybody would have enough brains in their head to quit screwing around with the space-time continuum, but no. They gotta keep messing around, changing things. The next flick to do so is Glimmer, and you can read on for details.
Let's face it. When the dead start returning to life and feasting on the living, somebody has to have a cool head about things. Someone has to be thinking straight before getting their asses bitten off in a frenzy. That somebody is here in this new World War Z PSA.
Actor Shia LaBeouf has been having a ball lately after leaving the overblown world of big Hollywood epics behind. For his next project he'll be working with 28 Weeks Later director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo on a film called Villain.
Not to be outdone by reigning animated Halloween champs "The Simpsons," the whole Toy Story gang is getting ready to take the spooky season by storm with "The Toy Story of Terror" TV special!
Cemetery Dance has announced a new Stephen King project, The Dark Man: An Illustrated Poem, which will be illustrated by Glenn Chadbourn and printed in a few very limited and collectible editions. Read on for the details, covers, and some sample drawings .