Yep, the title pretty much says it all. Zombie Shark. Is there really anything else you need to know about this flick to get you to watch it? Yeah we didn't think so. You have your marching orders. Have at it!
Live in Los Angeles and want to check out some little known foreign horror flicks? ONECLOUD Entertainment has you covered. Starting October 25th at CGV Cinemas, Horror Nights at CGV will kick off with Psalm21, a Swedish horror film from writer/director Fredrik Hiller.
If you want to keep your ass from being bitten during the zombie apocalypse, you better follow some simple rules, such as staying far away from the twitching corpse in question. A new poster for Manuel Carballo's (Exorcismus) new film The Returned illustrates this.
We've been waiting a long time for the gory tale of terror from the Mo Brothers, Macabre, to get an official U.S. release, and thankfully that time is coming to an end. Read on for details.
Looking for your foreign horror fix of the day? Look no further. Ready and waiting for you right here are all kinds of new goodies in promotion of Killers, the next film from moviemaking duo The Mo Brothers (Macabre). Dig in!
Another foreign property is getting the Americanized treatment, and before you balk... it does work sometimes. It's rare, but it does happen. Check out the details of the upcoming redo of "The Returned."
On tap right now is a new trailer for Manuel Carballo's (Exorcismus) The Returned along with some fresh stills and artwork. Go ahead... add a little international flavor to your Friday afternoon!
The Norwegian flick Ragnarok has had several names over the last few months including The Gates of Ragnarok, The Enigma of Ragnarok and Gåten Ragnarok. Now it has a new trailer to go along with them.
On tap for you cats right now are 88 incredible new stills for the Metal Hurlant Chronicles, which we last updated you on during Comic-Con 2012. With the passage of time has come lots and lots of eye candy. Chew on this!
We've been waiting on David Cholewa's Dead Shadows since 2011, and now that the Shout! Factory will be unleashing it, we're all sweaty with anticipation! To tide you (and us) over, a new Japanese one-sheet has arrived!
News came out of the Toronto International Film Festival just a few days ago that Rammbock director Marvin Kren's thriller The Station would be released in the U.S. by IFC Midnight, and today we've learned it's also been picked up for Canadian distribution.