Absinthe. The legendary liquor that intrigues the hell out of all of us. What exactly does it do? Are the legends of the hallucinogenic qualities of the drink true or just a myth? The upcoming film Absinthe delves into those questions as they surround a brutal night of murder and cruelty. Was the crime driven by the mysterious booze, or did the killer have everything planned from the beginning? Read on.
The February 7th, 2012, series premiere of "The River" is inching closer, and to get you all hot and bothered, ABC has released the official one-sheet promoting the series, which stars Bruce Greenwood, Leslie Hope, and Joe Anderson.
To help build anticipation for the February 7th, 2012, series premiere of "The River" (although that still seems like a helluva long way away right now), ABC has released a second video promoting the series, which stars Bruce Greenwood, Leslie Hope, and Joe Anderson.
Two More Found Footage Flicks Looking to Scare Up Some Chills - Ditch Party and Desaparecidos (Missing)
A pair of new found footage based fright films are on their way, and we have the goods on each of them for you right here in one little place. Why one place? You try keeping up with these things!
Okay. Color us absolutely stymied. If there's one thing that Paul W. S. Anderson's shooting style does not lend itself to, it's the very subdued cinéma vérité style found footage approach. Still, who could blame him for trying to get in on the craze?
See? We told you found footage flicks were coming out of the woodwork! Just hours after bringing your attention to three new ones from around the globe, Universal has announced that they have another one cooking!
Ever since The Blair Witch Project burst on the scene, filmmakers have been trying to recapture the magic of the found footage film with varying degrees of success. Years later Oren Peli struck box office gold with Paranormal Activity, and now found footage flicks are coming out of the woodwork!
Now that ABC has confirmed a February 7th, 2012, start date for its mid-season replacement spookshow "The River", the network has also released the first TV spot for the series promoting the premiere.
Ever since we had the chance to watch the first episode of ABC's new series "The River" at this past summer's San Diego Comic-Con, we've been anxiously awaiting word on when exactly it will be debuting (all we knew was it would be "mid-season"), and today the news has come.
The Asylum has come a long way over the years. Its movies have gone from mind-numbingly horrible to watchable to fun. Which camp will The Amityville Haunting most likely fall into? It's kind of hard to predict. Watch the trailer and judge for yourself.
Okay, stay with me here because this gets strange. According to the rumors we're hearing, a YouTube video appeared earlier this year which showed a girl overdosing while her friends stood around and jeered her (what a great bunch of amigos!) Now the word is that before this video surfaced, an extortion plot was hatched to get some scratch out of the people involved in the scene (which resulted in the girl's death). No one would pony up the dough so parts of the 393 minutes of footage began leaking online... enter Quentin Tarantino.
Alrighty, kids. It's time. Get ready for a barrage of imagery from this year's big dance in Los Angeles, AFM, starting with some really creepy sales art for the ghostly new flick Akuma.
Ready for some haunting new artwork for The Whispering Dead? Of course you are. Why else would you be here? Though our boyish charm and flare for theatrics are admittedly a big plus. Read on for the goods.
Have some time to kill before trick or treating someone to death tonight? Then how about you pull your chair up closer to the monitor, crank up for sound, and enjoy the cinéma vérité style spookiness of First Contact: The X Species right now!