A quick viral video for the latest UK zombedy (still not sure if we like that word or not) Harold's Going Stiff has hit the net with a gnash of its teeth, and we've got every pixel of it here for ya!
Ah, the South. Having lived in Florida for a few years, I can personally attest to its many horrors. It's not all sunny fun like you see in the brochures. They don't tell you about the giant-sized insects or the chicks with sideburns and NASCAR jackets. Truly frightening stuff!
We just got some fresh imagery cold off the slab for the upcoming John Landis produced horror comedy Some Guy Who Kills People for you guys to dig on, so feel free to do so, like yesterday!
Who doesn't like a good monster mash? The prospect of two behemoths battling it out in very violent ways is irresistible to horror fans and serves as catnip to me personally. So we're pretty happy to bring you the first poster and stills from the upcoming two-fisted creature feature Monster Brawl!
Another long time favorite flick is making the jump to Blu-ray high definition, and here's to hoping that its sequel is included as a bonus feature. Well, not really. Screw that movie.
While most of you are still waiting to see his long time coming flick The Hole 3D here in the States, director Joe Dante is already off prepping his next project and getting ready to show his fans a hefty amount of Monster Love.
It's been about a year since we first told you about the John Landis produced horror comedy Some Guy Who Kills People, and since then we've gotten information in drips and drabs. Those days are over. Get ready for the mother lode.
Ready for the first bit of eye candy from the horror comedy Grabbers? Don't get too excited, there's no creature action just yet, but what we have is still worthy of a quick peek! Helmed by Jon Wright and penned by Kevin Lehane, the creature feature stars Richard Coyle (Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time), Ruth Bradley (Flyboys) and Russell Tovey ("Being Human" UK).
Paramount's tale of trick or treating gone horribly awry, Fun Size, has a director. Let's hope he comes with nuts and isn't just plain vanilla.
Ghosts. Spirits. Demons. Politicians. Every day the most vile of the vile walk the face of the Earth performing unspeakable acts of insanity and horror on their fellow man, and they usually do so under the blanket of anonymity.
Well now. We're not too sure about how much horror is in this one, but we've heard from a few folks who have seen it and say that it fits right in for us, though the trailer doesn't give us that impression. Still, any movie that promises "Five Tales That Will Mess You Up For Life" is at least worthy of one story, no?
So the question beckons: Can the boy scouts help you cross over to avoid the streets filled with the flesh hungry undead? Thanks to Paramount we'll soon find out!
The news concerning upcoming indie film Roid Rage has absolutely nothing to do with steroids. Nor does it have a single thing to do with asteroids. However, it does very much have to do with one unlucky man's ass and the vicious creature that flies out of his anus like the jaws on a xenomorph from Alien. Color me enchanted!
As we told you a few days ago, the folks behind the animated web series "Xombie" (Epic Level Entertainment) have a new live-action zombie comedy series called “Bite Me”, and now we have the web series' poster and a more detailed synopsis to share.