Your worst nightmare is on the way: Haunted will arrive for PC on December 11, 2012. Venture across treacherous lands and solve creepy puzzles to win a terrifying treat! Read on to learn more.
More casting news is coming in for Victor Salva's next film Haunted. One of horror's true class acts has joined the spooky festivities, and we have all the details for you right here. Dig it!
The good people at Bloody Disgusting have just announced a contest in which the grand prize winner will be flown to the set of Victor Salva's newest film, Haunted, and used as an extra. And all you have to do is click your mouse a couple times. Not a bad trade. Come and get it!
The first bit of casting news is here for Haunted, Victor Salva's latest fright flick to go before cameras, and we've got the details for you hot and fresh. Dig it!
With Victor Salva's Rosewood Lane getting ready to premiere at this year's Screamfest L.A., all eyes are on the director to see if his next project will be the long talked about Jeepers Creepers 3. In fact some reports started trickling in that shooting has already begun. Unfortunately that's just not the case.
There's precious little horror on the small screen. Thanks to AMC and "The Walking Dead," some networks may be a bit more willing to push the proverbial envelope when it comes to new and original programming. And then there's ABC and their upcoming "Haunted."
We've been waiting a while to see what Eric Kripke had up his sleeve, and the reveal has finally come! The man is heading back to the big screen with a spooker sporting a pretty nifty twist!
Reviewed by Scott A. Johnson Starring Angela Tropea, Anna Elisabeth Taylor, George Russell, Taylor Gunn, Bill Johnson, Sandy Kellerman, Lloyd Kaufman, Debbie Golden Written by Carlo Rodriguez and Angela Tropea Directed by Carlo Rodriguez
Saugatuck, Michigan - Inside a dimly lit hallway, a door opens. Not an unusual occurrence, but when that door stops and distinctly swings shut, people tend to notice. Especially when that door is opened and shut by invisible hands. Inside, shadows move along walls without their corresponding people, and sometimes it seems as if there's something in the high window above, looking down upon you.
Drew Daywalt has made a living working within the horror genre scaring the hell out of people. As you'll soon see in his upcoming Camera Obscura project, the guy really knows his way around the subject of ghosts and hauntings. Recently Drew had the tables turned on him when he spent a couple of evenings aboard a legendary haunted ship, California's Queen Mary -- in the vessel's most haunted room of course.
In 2002, before the phenomenon known as "Lost" captured the hearts, minds, and obsessive compulsive disorders of fans everywhere, Matthew Fox starred in a rather unsuccessful TV show called "Haunted" that lasted from what I remember only a few weeks. Thanks to Phase4Films this skeleton is coming back out of the closet!
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.
Brooksville, Florida - The room upstairs looks like any child's. Toys are carefully arranged, ready for tiny hands. Downstairs a doctor's office waits for patients, a room is filled with wartime memorabilia, and a schoolroom waits for students. But the people who roam the halls are not the people for whom the rooms are intended. They've been dead for more than 150 years. But if that's so, then who moves the toys? Whose cries are heard from the doctor's office? Why is there such a feeling of unease? Because, dead or not, many of them never actually left.
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.
Aberdeen, WA - Stopping in to an historic old building for a bite to eat can be a dicey game. On the one hand, the food is great and the atmosphere is second to none. On the other, however, there’s something there that you can’t quite put your finger on. Maybe it’s the phantom figures of scantily-clad ladies that lurk in the upper floors. Might be the miserable-looking sailors who disappear before anyone can ask them what ship they’re on. More than likely, it’s the bartender.