”So, a werewolf, a vampire and a ghost all live together in a house …” If that premise sounds like the beginning of a joke, it’s because it is … sort of. BBC America is gearing up to debut Being Human, a horror-comedy about three twenty-somethings, each of whom happens to be a supernatural being.
Richmond, VA - Richmond, Virginia, is a city of contrasts. Signs of the modern world abound, alongside pieces of its rich history. Downtown holds a tiny house, its walls made of stone, in which visitors gather to pay respects to a great man. Though he never lived here, many of his things are now cared for within. And while some come for a glimpse of the property of the mad genius, others can feel him watching, roaming the halls, and looking at the things that once belonged to him.
Toledo, OH - Do houses have memories? Why is it that in some places, people can feel an electric energy, can feel the house live around them, while in others, there seems to be nothing but walls and a roof? Truly, some houses are unassuming but have witnessed extraordinary events. Others, though grand in scale, lack the love and passion to give the house a personality, a life, of its own.
Finally, we've gotten our claws into the long awaited trailer for director Darin Scott's Dark House, which made its debut at this past LA Fangoria Weekend of Horrors. Ready for a little demonic mayhem? Some devilish hijinx? We thought you would be!
Charleston, SC – In the night a woman wakes. There’s someone in her room. She can hear him walk across the floor, feel his presence as he watches her still form, and can feel his weight when he lies down next to her, draping his arm across her body. She turns to see a pale figure, almost transparent in the moonlight, and screams. The figure gets up and makes a hasty retreat through the nearest wall. Outside her room something else awaits, its hideous growls resounding from its headless body. She looks from wall to door. Which should she choose?
Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo's French horror film Inside (review here) is one of the few films I have seen to really knock me on my ass. Now, almost a year to the day of its DVD release, news has sprung up about the duo's next endeavor - an English language film called Livid.
Dimension Films keeps its horror momentum going by picking up the film rights for Sarah Langan's forthcoming novel Audrey's Door.
We've all been pretty excited to see Eric Red's tale of ghostly revenge 100 Feet, and now we can finally tell you how to do it and what to expect.
Fond Du Lac, WI - You are running, not just for your life, but for those of your children and their children after. Traveling by night, you listen for the bay of dogs on your trail, watch for the faint glow of torches. They're coming, close on your heels, and relentless. In the darkness, across the hostile land, stands a man with a lantern, beckoning. You follow because it's what you've been told to do.
The teaser art for The Land of Canaan popped up today on the official Land of Canaan MySpace page and it's got us pretty interested if only for the cast!
Duluth, MN - The newspaper headlines read like a tale from a dime-store detective novel. An heiress murdered, a fortune to blame, and all set in an enormous mansion overlooking a lake. And now, more than thirty years after the crime, the victims are still not at rest. During the night, lights flicker and shadows glide from room to room, as the dead continue to tell their tale, unfettered by the truth, that they died long ago.
Reviewed by Nomad Starring Virginia Madsen, Kyle Gallner, Elias Koteas, Amanda Crew Directed by Peter Cornwell
By now, we've all seen the trailers of creepy shadow people, a boy with strange writing all over his body, and women screaming when the shower curtain attacks them.
And Halo-8 continues its quest to bring fans some truly unique genre programming. This time it's director Adam Wingard's slice of mind altering horror known as Pop Skull.