Don't get too excited, kids; we're not talking about a new Blu-ray release for the Fulci classic The Beyond. What we have here is a different film entirely with one hell of a cast attached. Read on.
That's right, kids! On tap for you right now is your first look at the soon to be released skin-crawler called Camel Spiders. Spin your web around the trailer. Even though camel spiders don't possess the ability to actually spin webs...just play along and have fun, will ya?
In the Ford Brothers' zombie opus The Dead, actor Rob Freeman portrays Lieutenant Brian Murphy, an American caught in Africa during a zombie uprising, and we recently caught up with the actor for a brief chat about the film.
Leaving a much-coveted trail of critical acclaim and festival awards in its wake, Adam Wingard’s tense psycho-horror film A Horrible Way to Die will finally be making a mark on DVD and Blu-ray in the UK this March 19th, courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment. Check out the latest trailer right here!
The Divide is coming to home video on April 17th courtesy of Anchor Bay, and having seen it already, we can highly recommend you add it to your must-see list. Does Trembles agree? Read on for his MPP take on the film.
With all of the buzz surrounding the film Excision (review here) coming out of Sundance, we knew it wouldn't be long before someone snapped it up. Speaking of which...
Time to pencil in April 17th on your calendars as that's the official day Anchor Bay will be releasing Xavier Gens' latest film The Divide on DVD and Blu-ray. Official specs and art are forthcoming; however, we can tell you that both formats will contain commentary from director Gens and actors Michael Biehn, Milo Ventimiglia, and Michael Eklund.
Already one of our favorite flicks in a long time, The Ford Brothers' The Dead (Blu-ray and DVD review here) is a kick-ass old school zombie flick of the best kind. Need proof? Check out this latest clip!
The latest living dead opus from the Ford brothers is shambling its way toward us like a freight train, and we've got a new vehicle-based clip to see if you can get off of the tracks in time! Bring on The Dead (Blu-ray and DVD review here).
Good news coming in for those of you really interested in the new horror label created by former Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash, dubbed Slasher Films... The first feature, Nothing to Fear, has landed distro.
Being huge fans of zombie films, we cannot remember the last time we were so excited for a home video release as we are for The Dead. Need another example as to why? Check out this latest trailer!
Back in December we told you about Camel Spiders marching its way to Blu-ray and DVD in 2012, and now the official word is here along with some skin-crawling artwork! Dig it, and don't blame us if you get all itchy!
We're around a month away from the long awaited release of The Dead here in the States so as a means to help you bide your time, we have an all new photo gallery on tap for you to dig upon!
When we say "Melt Your Face Off", we don't refer to the playful music-driven way touted by portly comedian/musician Jack Black. Instead, we're talking good old fashioned skin-dripping agony! Speaking of which ... a new clip for The Divide has emerged online warning of such dangers!