With January 29, 2010, right around the corner, the After Dark Horrorfest 4 draws closer and closer. Today they announced their seventh film to die for -- The Reeds.
Since we had the very first review of Paranormal Activity way back in 2007, it's only fitting that we should be the ones who bust out the first Blu-ray and DVD review, too, no?
Pikeville, Kentucky - Most people don't give much thought to what happens to a corpse once it's buried. Into the coffin it goes, the lid is locked tight, and it's covered with dirt, out of sight, out of mind. But what happens if the person inside that coffin wasn't really dead?
There's no telling what direction Syfy's remake of the BBC series Being Human is going to go in, but one thing's for sure. It really doesn't matter because Season Two of the original is prepping for a January, 2010, premiere, and we couldn't be more excited ... even if we do have to wait for it to hit the States while we live vicariously through you lucky stiffs across the pond.
Remember the 1977 film The Car? Well, good! Keep those memories intact because this is NOT a remake of it! Oh, how we love original films! Director Sean McConville (Deadline) is ready to rev up his horror muscles once again in his latest film of the same name, The Car.
Lesley Chen of Fox Home Entertainment provided us with a plot synopsis and casting news for the company’s sequel to last year’s Alexandre Aja-helmed Mirrors. Titled Mirrors 2 and directed by Victor (Return to House on Haunted Hill) Garcia from a script by Matt (White Noise 2) Venne, the planned direct-to-DVD film is currently shooting in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and stars Nick Stahl, William Katt, Emmanuelle Vaugier, Lawrence Turner, Stephanie Honore, Christy Charlson Romano, Jon Michael Davis, Evan Jones, Wayne Pere, Lance E.
Bucking the trend of updating the masses via Twitter, Todd Lincoln has instead opted to communicate via Facebook, where he provided an update on the status of The Apparition, which he's writing and directing for Joel Silver's Dark Castle.
Reviewed by Erik Van Der Wolf Starring Mark Walhberg, Rachel Weisz, Saoirse Ronan, Susan Sarandon, Stanley Tucci Directed by Peter Jackson Based on the novel by Alice Sebold
Bentonsport, Iowa - A guest comes down the stairs after a night's rest and approaches the owner of the historic inn. "Did you know this place is haunted?" she asks. The owner smiles, not because she thinks her guest is delusional, but because she's heard it before. And far from being afraid, the guest seems more excited. They're not scary, not malevolent, and not tortured. In fact, in life, the entities liked the place so much, they just didn't want to leave.
Two new clips riddled with malevolent shenanigans have crept their way online today for the Brittany Murphy spooker Deadline, and we've got them for you all cold and drippy with ectoplasm.
Because YOU demanded Paranormal Activity and made it the phenomenon it has become, Eventful has just announced that they want YOU to get your hands on a special Limited Collector's Edition DVD!