His Name Was Jason Ready for Pre-Order!

We’ve been talking about His Name Was Jason, the upcoming documentary about all things Voorhees, since the project was first announced so it's pretty cool to finally be able to point you to Amazon, where the 2-disc Splatter Edition is now up for pre-order; the DVD hits on February 3rd, 2009!

Kreating Karloff (DVD)

Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Conor Timmis, Liesl Ehardt, Norman Bryn Directed by Vatche Arabian Distributed by Smash Vision, Inc.

His Name was Jason on DVD February 3rd!

What I never understood about '80s pop culture was the focus on Freddy Krueger. Don't get me wrong; I love Nightmare, but there's just something really wrong about having footy pajamas featuring a child killer on them. In comparison, I don't think Jason Voorhees got the same kind of over-exposure he deserved. Until now...

Bloodsucking Cinema (DVD)

Reviewed by Debi Moore Starring John Carpenter, John Landis, Cheech Marin, Greg Nicotero, Joel Schumacher, Stan Winston, Len Wiseman Written and directed by Barry Gray Narrated by Richard Roeper

New Friday the 13th Documentary Rolls

Cameras are currently rolling on a new Friday the 13th documentary called His Name Was Jason, which will be airing on Starz in February of 2009, just in time to build the hype for the February 13th release of the new F 13 remake.

Anchor Bay Unleashes Bloodsucking Cinema

Ah, Vampires. There have been so many good movies that featured everyone's favorite "pulse smoking fashion victims" (bonus points for anyone who can name where that quote came from). From the silent era of film to the teen sensation that is Twilight, it seems as if audiences just can't get enough of them. Ever wonder what the fascination is? On September 23rd you'll be able to examine the facts!

Beware the Moon: Remembering An American Werewolf in London (2009)

Reviewed by Scott A. Johnson Starring John Landis, Griffin Dunne, David Naughton, Rick Baker, Jeny Agutter Directed by Paul Davis

Beware the Moon Premiere Date Set!

We’ve been salivating to find out when and where we’d finally be able to see Paul Davis’ exhaustive documentary Beware the Moon: Remembering An American Werewolf in London. A Blu-Ray release? Film festivals? Screener copy in my mailbox (yes please)?

Sharkwater (DVD)

Reviewed by Victor Francis Starring Rob Stewart Directed by Rob Stewart Distributed by Warner Home Video

Spine Tingler! The William Castle Story (2007)

Reviewed by Johnny Butane Featuring appearances by Forry Ackerman, Joe Dante, John Landis, John Waters, Terry Castle Directed by Jeffrey Schwartz

S&Man (2006)

Starring J.T. Petty, Fred Vogel, Bill Zebub, Dr. Richard Krueger, Meg Kaplan, Professor Carol J. Clover, Eric Rost Directed by J.T. Petty

Leach, Skot (Lost Zombies)

A zombie pandemic has broken out. There is widespread chaos all over the world. As one of the survivors, you want to communicate with others out there, but you aren’t sure where to turn to get your message out. What you need to do is get yourself over to

Booth Brothers, The (Christopher and Philip)

If you have never had the pleasure of dealing with The Booth Brothers, you are missing out on both some hilarity and serious professionalism, British cowboy rock star-style. The identical twins first made an impression on the horror community with their feature film Death Tunnel, which was s