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New Cold in July One-Sheet and Trailer Turn Up the Heat

After impressing with films like Stake Land and We Are What We Are, Jim Mickle unleashed Cold in July on audiences at Sundance this past January, which was scooped up for release by IFC Films. On tap right now we have a brand new poster and the first trailer. Dig it!

Chloe Grace Moretz Will Beat Off The 5th Wave

Last month we learned that Graham King’s GK Films acquired film rights to The 5th Wave, a young adult sci-fi novel penned by Rick Yancy. We know it'll star aliens, but who will be tasked with fending them off? Read on!

More Cast Members Sit in the Chair

More casting news has come in for the latest comic book adaptation headed our way! Read on for an update on the feature adaptation of Alterna Comics' The Chair, which is to be directed by Dread Central favorite Chad Ferrin.

Lionsgate to Split Third Divergent Novel Allegiant into Two Movies

In news that should surprise no one given the track record of recent young adult novel adaptations, Lionsgate has announced that Veronica Roth's third Divergent book, Allegiant, is being split into two movies.

PlayStation 4 Trailer for The Last of Us Arrives

The trailer for the PlayStation 4 version of The Last of Us has hit the interwebs, and though it's light on actual gameplay footage, what little we do see is knock-out gorgeous. Check it out!

The Last of Us for PS4 FINALLY Confirmed

The truly amazing in every way video game The Last of Us is about to get even better as Sony has announced and confirmed that a special remastered edition of the hot property is officially on its way to the PlayStation 4. Read on for details and art!

The UK Gets the Horns in October

Some quick UK distro news has come in for Alexandre Aja's Horns (review) starring Daniel Radcliffe and Juno Temple. The flick will see its premiere across the pond on October 31st, 2014. Still no word on a domestic release.

Vampire Academy Getting Ready to Suck on Home Video

Vampire Academy is finally headed to home video, so if you missed it in theatres you'll be able to sink your teeth into it on Blu-ray and DVD soon enough! Read on for details.

Game of Thrones' Gwendoline Christie Signs on for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2

And this hectic news day just keeps rolling on. Next up Variety reports that the truly badass Gwendoline Christie is replacing actress Lily Rabe as the Commander Lyme character in Lionsgate’s The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2.

Official Bigfoot Wars Poster Stomps In

The adaptation of Eric S. Brown's Bigfoot War series is well on its way, and right now we have the final official one-sheet for you. Which could only mean seventeen more are on their way. At the very least...

Image Gallery Lets You Feel the Cold in July

After impressing with films like Stake Land and We Are What We Are, Jim Mickle unleashed Cold in July on audiences at Sundance this past January, which was scooped up for release by IFC Films. While we wait, check out a gallery of stills, which see Michael C. Hall ("Dexter") once again plunging into darkness!

More Cast Members Are Seated for Chad Ferrin's The Chair Adaptation

As promised a few days when we got the first bit of casting news for the feature adaptation of Alterna Comics' The Chair, more names have signed on to the Chad Ferrin-helmed film, and we have all the info you need right here!

First Casting News for the Feature Adaptation of Horror Comic The Chair

At the end of last year we got the early details on a feature adaptation of one of Alterna Comics' first year titles, The Chair, and now we have an update that includes the film's first casting news.

First One-Sheets and Trailer for Bigfoot Wars

The adaptation of Eric S. Brown's Bigfoot War series is well on its way, and right now we have the first official one-sheets and trailer. Check them out right now, and expect more on this one soon.

An Enormous Interview with BenDavid Grabinski, Adrian Askarieh, and Ceren Lee

After making it big with live-action web series based on the Halo and Mortal Kombat video game franchises, Machinima has now turned to comic books for new programming.