Viz Launching New Series Dorohedoro

On Tuesday, March 16th, Viz Media's new series Dorohedoro will debut. The gritty urban sci-fi/horror saga is both written and illustrated by Q Hayashida, who is known for her bold art style and the way she seamlessly integrates alternate universes into her stories.

New and Improved Box of Shadows Website and Trailer

Things are moving at lightning's pace for Mauro Borrelli's Box of Shadows. It seems like every week something new about the film is getting released. Next up - a brand new website and trailer!

New One-Sheet: Box of Shadows / Charles Bornstein to Edit

More news from the Box of Shadows camp! Now that the film is in the can, editor Charles Bornstein, whose work you may be familiar with from little movies like John Carpenter's Halloween and The Fog as well as entries into the Friday the 13th, Psycho, Critters, and Return of the Living Dead franchises, has come on board to help craft the film as it makes its way to fans.

Look Deeper into the Box of Shadows With a Few Exclusive Images

Some more goods ended up in our inbox today concerning Mauro Borrelli's supernatural spooker Box of Shadows, which began lensing last June.

New Artwork - Paranormal Effect

Trying really hard to capitalize on the success of Paranormal Activity is the new feature from Simius Films, Paranormal Effect. Can't really say that we blame them. Who knows? This might just end up being okay, though we're less than thrilled with what we've seen thus far.

Being Human Seasons Two and Three Heading to BBC America

Now this is some great news to end the week on: BBC America has announced the acquisition of Series Two and Three of Being Human. The show’s highly anticipated second season will premiere in late summer with the third season following shortly thereafter.

Cold Spots - Hat Creek Battlefield

Warbonnet Creek, Nebraska - You are out in the woods, near a famous trickling creek that once ran red with proud blood. From behind you, all around you, voices whisper and talk in a strange language. Footsteps rush through the underbrush. You search but come to the sudden realization that you are alone, and the owners of the voices and running feet are not there, but echoes of history replaying.

Being Human Renewed for Season No. 3

Some good news for our friends across the pond crept out over the weekend: the BBC Three's "Being Human" is being renewed for its third season. And not only that, but the three housemates are relocating to Wales!

Dark Sky's Innkeepers Next Project for Ti West

What a difference a week makes. On Monday we put up an interview with director Ti West in which it sounded like The Haunting in Georgia would be his next project, but today came the news that he's been tapped to helm a haunted hotel film entitled Innkeepers.

Motion Picture Purgatory: The Lovely Bones

The Lovely Bones has generated a lot of awards buzz for its young star Saoirse Ronan and its slightly older villain, portrayed by Stanley Tucci. Now it's Trembles' turn to add his $.02 into the mix!

Julianna Guill Sees Lincoln's Apparition

The remake of Friday the 13th's main bit of eye candy, Julianna Guill, has just landed herself a new gig. Instead of tangoing with hockey masked killers, she's gonna be dealing with a completely different type of big bad!

Gaiman's Graveyard Book at Rest for Now

It's been about a year and a half since we've heard anything about the possible big screen adaptation of Neil Gaimin's #1 best seller The Graveyard Book, but finally the man himself has given a status update.

House of Bones (2010)

Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Charisma Carpenter, Rick Robinson Jr., Marcus Lyle Brown, Collin Gaylean, Stephanie Honore, Corin Nemec Directed by Jeffery Scott Lando

Trailer Debut: After Dark's The Reeds

The After Dark Horrorfest 4 is just a couple of weeks away. January 29, 2010, to be exact, and we've got another trailer to get you guys all geared up!

Cold Spots: Tyler's Spite House

Frederick, Maryland - It comes in the early hours of the morning, its arrival heralded by heavy footsteps on stairs. Who he is, many have guessed, but they do not know for sure, nor do they know his intentions. But what is certain, from witnesses to victims, is that he is very real ... and very frightening. Whether he means to hurt anyone is unknown, but he appears just the same, prodding with long bony fingers anyone who has the audacity to stand in his home. Although he is dead, he still lingers, many believe, out of spite.