With zombies as popular as they are, it was only a matter of time before they chewed their way into the still beating hearts of audiences everywhere. Their next victim? Bollywood! Check out your first look at the very first ZomCom from the land of obscure dance numbers, Go Goa Gone.
In celebration of the film scoring distribution in Canada from Maxim Entertainment, we have two new stills for you from Noel Tan's Darkest Night. Check 'em out, and look for the flick Stateside in July.
Now that's a theme park I would be happy to visit, if only to play a squirt water into the mouth of the disembodied head until it explodes game. Alas, no such fun will be had though as Zombie World is a beast of a different kind!
No habla Espanol? No problem! On tap right now is the trailer for Manuel Carballo's (Exorcismus) new some-kind-of-undead flick, The Returned - now with 100% more English. Dig it!
So yeah, the influence of The Twilight Saga has reached across oceans all the way to Thailand, as evidenced by the following trailer for Tiger and Wolf, or Lhor Lark Sai as its known in its native tongue.
The worldwide reach of horror movies never fails to surprise us with distant countries finally getting in on the fun. On tap right now we have the English subtitled trailer for the Ukrainian horror flick Synevir. Check it out!
There's a lot of sex in the violence in IFC's Midnight's new thriller Tied, and everything is not zen for its protagonists. Check out just how far and bad things can go in your first look right here.
You know... after looking at the stars of the new werewolf flick She Wolf, or Mujer Lobo for you purists out there, we are all in agreement on one thing: Yeah, they can attack us whenever they want... as many times as they want.
A new anthology film is on its way all the way from Italy, and it's home to many a ghastly horror trope such as zombies, demons, and all-around general mayhem. Read on for the full trailer for The Pyramid.
Well, here's some news we weren't expecting this weekend. While on stage yesterday for the Tokyo premiere of No One Lives, director Ryuhei Kitamura made the unexpected announcement that he’ll be making a sequel to his internationally beloved 2000 action/horror film Versus sometime next year.
Well, that's a pretty valid question, no? There has to be some fun to be had in the inferno! On tap for you lovers of foreign horror is the first teaser trailer for Sono Sion's next flick, Why Don't You Play in Hell? It's here and is just as nuts as it sounds.
If this were a straight-up horror film that ended up being hilariously silly like Night of the Lepus, then this would be at the top of our must-see list. Unfortunately, it appears to be just your standard horror comedy with a great title. Still, you may find something to chuckle about!
A while back a short film was created by Hideaki Anno, Hayao Miyazaki, and Shinji Higuchi in promotion of a museum exhibition titled Hideaki Anno's Special Effects Museum. So why are we telling you this now?