It's been a few months since last we checked in on Domenic James' latest psychological thriller, Die, but the passage of time brings forth many a goodie. In this case a new trailer and poster!
More people are getting set to play a madman's deadly terror game in Domenic James' latest thriller, Die, and we have some early artwork, stills, and a plot crunch to help you play along!
The Fourth Kind is coming to Blu-ray and DVD on March 16th; and Dread Central, in conjunction with Universal Studios Home Entertainment, is offering one lucky reader a Flip Cam to document his or her own alien encounters and sightings!
Reviewed by Buz "Danger" Wallick Starring Milla Jovovich, Will Patton, Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Corey Johnson, Elias Koteas Directed by Olatunde Osunsanmi
With the November 6th release date for The Fourth Kind rapidly approaching, Universal Pictures has released an assortment of new photos from the film, and of course we've got them for you here.
Move over, Psycho! There's another film in town that looks like it might challenge your ability to keep people out of the bathtub.
We're getting closer, kids! Lionsgate's The Haunting in Connecticut is just around the corner, and a new spooky clip has just surfaced that begs the question, "Why do bad things happen to good people?"
As we get closer to its release date of March 27, 2009, all sorts of evil goodness has been hitting the Net for Lionsate's new flick, The Haunting in Connecticut. The latest -- a ghoulish spectre laden little clip!
Ghost stories have long been a staple of our genre, and the latest one to hit the big screen will be Lionsgate's The Haunting in Connecticut. Three TV spots for the film have hit online, and of course we're here to point you in the right direction.
Apparently the new poster released by Lionsgate for the upcoming The Haunting in Connecticut, which you can see to your right, stirred up quite a bit of conversation and controversy with regard to the paranormal phenomenon known as ectoplasm.
The kind folks over at Lionsgate just dumped a slew of info in our laps with regard to The Haunting in Connecticut. To your right you can see the new official poster, and below are some stills.
Ghosts are always good fodder for getting those who are on the cusp of being horror fans into theaters, and setting a film in Connecticut only helps, since most people find that state to be so harmless. I just wish Gold Circle would get a less generic title...