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).
In 2008 Steve Miner proved to the film masses that he is a rapidly aging and completely out of touch with today's pop culture white guy with his laughable remake of George A. Romero's classic Day of the Dead (review here) (and Day of the Dead Blu-ray review here). Now, years after its initial release, the film is coming back to Blu-ray...in 3D. Why? Just why? Who asked for this?
Time for some eye candy featuring more pissed off infected folks that will soon be running your way courtesy of Anchor Bay! Check out another look at The Terror Experiment.
While it's only now starting to sink in that Rise of the Planet of the Apes was really as good as everyone claimed when it was released this past summer, there's been plenty of speculation as to where the inevitable sequel might go. Today we've got a little more information straight from Caesar himself, Andy Serkis!
Sometimes movies get released that go so far off the rails no matter how much you know they suck, you just can't help but have a soft spot for them. Wes Craven's The Hills Have Eyes Part 2 is a terrible film, but damn it if we're not salivating to see a dog have a flashback in full 1080p!
The official artwork and home video details for Image Entertainment's release of Beneath the Darkness (review here) are here, and we've got all the info you need straight outta the coffin!
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!
Tired of Farmville? Will one more Mafia War drive you past the brink of sanity? Well then, there's good news from Facebookland. Gorehounds far and wide will be thrilled to know that SundanceNOW.com has made the uncut version of The Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence available right on Facebook! You are just a mere few clicks away from experiencing Martin and all the debauchery that is the Full Sequence!
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!
Good news for fans who weren't able to catch Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel (review here) during its theatrical run: The flick is headed home to Blu-ray and DVD, and we've got everything you need to know right here.
We have no idea just who was clamoring for this one, but regardless, Zaat is well on its way to Blu-ray high definition, and we've got the official word straight from the fish's ... demon's ... er ... monster's mouth!
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!
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre Blu-ray already available from Dark Sky Films is nothing short of amazing. However, being that they no longer control the rights to distribute the film, a 40th Anniversary Edition is coming at us on October 1st, 2012 via New Line and Warner Bros.
Gremlins 2: The New Batch is an interesting sequel. While not as great as the first film, it's an over-the-top looney bin of a flick that has become a classic in its own right. Thankfully, we'll be able to set it right next to the original on our shelves come this May.
Much like 300, the flick Immortals is one of those movies that just make your manhood feel a bit heavier while watching. Theatres should have served steaks and beers instead of popcorn and soda! That's okay, though, since the flick is coming home and you can eat as many t-bones as you like while watching.