Any horror fan who grew up in the Eighties who's worth his or her salt has fond memories of the 1988 series "Monsters." For many years it played opposite "Tales from the Darkside" in syndication, and now, thanks to eOne, it's finally coming home.
Some truly unexpected news has hit the web regarding the long delayed release of Knights of Badassdom. Apparently eOne Entertainment has scored the rights to the flick, but will we be getting Joe Lynch's cut or the greedy asshole of a producer's version? Stay tuned!
Some days I just shake my head at the things that land in my inbox. Following close on the heels of the Bowling for Boobies story I just wrote up, comes news of the DVD release of Big Tits Zombie from eOne Entertainment. See what I mean?
It’s Inglourious Basterds meets Spaceballs as the Reich strikes back in the epic sci-fi/horror comedy Iron Sky. We now have the Blu-ray/DVD release date and full specs for this worldwide box office phenomenon from Entertainment One.
And the casting news continues for the tale of a teenager taxed with the unenviable task of protecting our world against hideous demons, Mortal Instruments. Read on for the latest details on who else has joined the fray.
More casting news is coming in for the tale of a teenager taxed with the unenviable task of protecting our world against hideous demons, Mortal Instruments. Read on for the next person ready to step up and keep evil at bay!
Two more much talked about genre flicks are on their way home this July courtesy of the lovable loonies over at eOne, and we've got the scoop on each so you can plan ahead for your purchases. We're good like that.
The tale of a teenager taxed with the unenviable task of protecting our world against hideous demons has proved to be a hot property at this year's Cannes Film Market as new sales operation Mister Smith has locked a multi-territory deal with eOne for U.K., Canada and Benelux.
Two new horror releases are coming our way in the shortest month of the year, and as always we have the skinny for you on the particulars. Read on, oh great one!
And the award for most dramatic headline of the day goes to... No matter how hard you try, no matter how many head shots you fire off, the living dead? They just keep on coming. Such is the case with the new film from the director of After Dark's Re-Kill entitled Code Red.