Just a few short months after failing to scare up big numbers at the box office, or convince many fans that it wasn't totally pointless, Kimberly Peirce's remake of Carrie (review) is headed home. Wipe the pig's blood from your eyes and read on for all the details!
Zombies. Robots. Dolph Lundrgen. Those words used together in the same sentence can bring nothing but a HUGE smile to the face of a horror fan. We've been talking about the upcoming Dolph of the Dead flick Battle of the Damned for a long time now. Thankfully it's finally coming home.
It's Tuesday and all any of us can think about is the upcoming weekend, which just so happens to bring us a week closer to the holidays! So how about we distract you from staring at the clock a bit by offering you a chance to score a copy of Anthony DiBlasi's (Dread) latest horror/thriller, Cassadaga!
It took a bit longer than originally anticipated, but indie film The Devil's Nightmare from Mad Z Productions has finally arrived on DVD. The two-disc set is just $10, and we have all the details right here.
Paul Hyett's acclaimed new shocker The Seasoning House (review) is getting set to hit home video, and we have your chance to score a copy on us!
Seven long years after premiering at the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival, All The Boys Love Mandy Lane is finally hitting home video, and we have your chance to score a copy on Blu-ray on us!
One thing I always make sure to tell fellow horror fans is that they need to invest in a region-free Blu-ray player so they can watch releases from all over the world. Case in point: While we sit around and wait for a U.S. home video release...
There's something about a movie entitled Slaughter Daughter that we just cannot seem to resist. I mean, yeah, it's ridiculously goofy; but damn it, around here we find stuff like this kind of endearing! Read on for details.
Originally titled A Haunting in Massachusetts, Matt Hish's latest has been renamed Haunting of the Innocent and will hit home video in late January of next year, courtesy of Uncork'd Entertainment.
Danny Dyer has built up quite a reputation for himself amongst genre fans in the last several years with highly praised roles in films like Doghouse and Severance. Up next he gets his Charles Bronson on in Vendetta.
It was during AFM when we showed you the art for S.J. Evans’ horror film Dead of the Nite, featuring your first look at genre favorite Tony Todd, and now we have a higher res version and even a release date for you! Read on for details.
The horror-comedy slasher flick Sorority Party Massacre is headed home courtesy of the fine folks over at Anchor Bay Entertainment, and right now we have your initial details on tap... free of any hazing!
JT Petty's Hellbenders (review) is one of those horror flicks we've been waiting for far too long. It originally premiered last year at the Toronto International Film Festival and has now finally been dated for home video release.
Seriously speaking, we have no idea whether or not Danny Trejo actually stars in Voodoo Possession. History has taught us that just because he's on the box and top billed, it doesn't necessarily mean he'll be in a flick for more than five minutes.
In this world hundreds of people die under mysterious circumstances all the time. The folks who go digging into exactly what happened to them don't exactly fare too well either. Need an example? Check out the trailer and more for 7E.