Web series Chronicles of the Dead has landed a distribution deal with Collective Digital Studio so look for regular monthly output from them with the next full-length episode, "Apocalypse Part 2," coming in January 2013. But first they have two episodes to share from new anthology "Outbreak."
The green-band trailer for the much talked about anthology film The ABCs of Death (review) has been released, and we have every single safe for work pixel of it right here waiting for you, like that Jesus Jones song without the warbling!
Another installment in the anthology film known as The Profane Exhibit is now complete, and we have a still from Marian Dora's "Mors in Tabula" to share along with the complete list of all 14 titles comprising the project.
We told you yesterday that something cool was coming for The ABCs of Death (review). Of course it's been delivered, and we have it for you right here! Behold the red-band trailer for the flick!
Tomorrow at 7pm EST/4pm PST on Yahoo! Movies, there will be something premiering to get The ABCs of Death (review) fans all fired up! However, things are heating up here first with two new stills. Check them out!
A new horror anthology from Thailand is speeding out at us like a bullet and the one thing that all of the segments in this flick have in common is the fact that really, really bad things can happen at 3 A.M.
The latest anthology on the horror block, Doomsday Book, is coming home to Blu-ray and DVD this December, featuring tales of terror from Korean directors Kim Jee-woon (I Saw the Devil, A Tale of Two Sisters) and Yim Pil-sung (Hansel & Gretel)! Read on for details!
You kids can keep your Hotel Transylvania; most horrorphiles would rather hang out in a nightclub with Vincent Price, John Carradine, and Donald Pleasence telling ghoulish tales and listening to kooky music. Welcome to The Monster Club where monsters rule, ok.
As if you needed another reason to check out V/H/S during its theatrical run, Magnet has another trick up its sleeve... read on for the initial details on how you can be amongst the first to preview their other flick, The ABCs of Death (review).
Finally the Sundance sensation known as V/H/S is coming home to Blu-ray and DVD, and we have a look at the artwork and more for you. The best part? You won't even have to adjust your tracking to watch it! Remember that? Ah, technology!
Hey you. Yeah, you, sitting there reading this. Whatcha doing? Have a couple of minutes? Of course you do! Wanna see something really scary? Then check out this latest clip from V/H/S.
With the Halloween season approaching, everyone is gearing up for some extreme spookery, especially the good folks over on YouTube's YouOffendMeYouOffendMyFamily Network, who have something really specially cooking. Read on for details.
Simon Barrett offered V/H/S fans a glimpse at an alternate ending of the film recently in the form of a still, and we have it for you right here. Check it out along with an explanation of why it didn't fit and was cut. Dig it!
On Saturday, September 22nd (that's tomorrow for you space cadets not following along), we'll be taking to our Twitter account to host a special fan chat with director Joe Swanberg, who came up with the segment "The Sick Thing That Happened to Emily When She Was Younger" from V/H/S.
Magnet has released Esad Ribic's comic-style one-sheet for V/H/S (review here) - the final one in the set - and we have this beauty right here for you to dig on.