Star Wars, John Carpenter's The Thing, Big Trouble in Little China, Guillermo del Toro's Hellboy, Frank Darabont's The Mist, "The Walking Dead," E.T., Masters of the Universe... the list can go on forever. If it had an unforgettable poster, chances are Drew Struzan is the man behind it.
Fans of the horror-comedy classic Ghostbusters will be happy to know that there's what looks to be a bizarre yet definitive documentary on its way for the seminal film.
As the movie industry heads the way of the digital download, one of our oldest friends - the VHS tape - is becoming more and more collectible. Some people even get a bit obsessive about their collecting. Such is the case with Adjust Your Tracking: The Untold Story of the VHS Collector.
Well, it sounds like we're going to have to wait a little longer to confirm the existence of extraterrestrial life as the much talked about six-inch alien humanoid skeleton has been debunked as being human. Or... is the government lying to us again?
Any horror fan out there who's worth his or her salt has one thing in common ... they've either attended a horror convention or plan to attend a horror convention. Indie filmmaker Kyle Kuchta recently documented said experience for his new flick Fantasm, and we have the trailer!
Ever wonder what really goes on during an exorcism? Is it really all pea soup and contorting? Hopefully with the DVD release of The Exorcist in the 21st Century, we can finally find out... or not!
Chilling. That's the only word that comes to mind while watching the documentary The Last Word. If you've never seen it, do yourself a favor... it's out there and it's dirt cheap. The last ten minutes of the movie will floor you and leave you with your jaw agape. It's that damned good.
At this point would it really shock anyone to find out that we're not alone in the universe? Some believe that aliens and UFOs have been visiting our planet since the dawn of time. One scientist in particular claims to have proof in his discovery of a tiny 6" alien corpse.
Another cool (and extremely yellow) poster has arrived for Rodney Ascher's controversial documentary on Stanley Kubrick's The Shining entitled Room 237, and we have it for ya hot, fresh, and full of twists and turns!
Indie Horror Month Exclusive: Dread Central Talks Room 237 with Director Rodney Ascher and Producer Tim Kirk
Even though it has been over three decades since Stanley Kubrick released The Shining, that doesn't mean that the passing of time has slowed down his fans who still dissect and theorize about the film.
So, ever wonder what someone who worked on The Shining, say Stanley Kubrick's personal assistant Leon Vitali for instance, thinks of Rodney Ascher’s conspiracy theory-laden Shining documentary Room 237? Well then, read on!
Here's one for you that's bound to tax your noodle. Wow, that sounded kind of dirty, didn't it? In any event... a new poster for The Shining documentary Room 237 has arrived. Check it out!
That's right, kids. We now have four new clips from the truly gripping documentary My Amityville Horror (review here) for you to dig on. To say they're compelling is a bit of an understatement. We may well never know exactly what happened that night, but it sure is fun to speculate.
One-sheets in promotion of movies, etc., should always entice and elicit a response from the prospective viewer. The days of the floating head design seem to be just about behind us so it's getting easier to appreciate new creative artwork. Such is the case here with this latest poster for Room 237.
It's been a long while since last we had anything to report on the ten years in the making documentary Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan, which chronicles the life and times of the legendary effects artist, but finally the film is gearing up to make its premiere.