Thanks to the success of the tweener and cougar craze, Twilight vampires have gone from fearsome fright bringing foes to sparkling sex symbols who make ladies of all ages scream with lust and probably a bit of confusion. For us male vampire fans, though, it's been pretty dismal pickings with the exception of HBO's "True Blood" and a few scattered flicks. Now we finally have a way to blow off a little steam.
Okay, so nobody's really breaking spines but ... It's been a good long while since last we talked about Don Coscarelli's sequel to Bubba Ho-Tep lovingly titled Bubba Nosferatu: Curse of the She-Vampires.
Ready for some uber hot, horror-loving cheesecake to go along with your heaping helping of gore? Well then, strap in, kids, because we've gotten ourselves an exclusive look at the upcoming slasher flick SuicideGirls Must Die!
Elvira is one of the horror genre's most instantly recognizable faces. Of course she has a couple of other parts that are equally as recognizable, but that, dear reader, is a completely different story. In any event everyone's favorite television ghoulfriend is coming back to the *ahem* boob toob.
There's no doubt the horror market is kind of saturated with zombie movies right now, and we have to admit we really don't mind because we love ourselves some undead mayhem, but it can get a bit tiresome. Good thing for us then that every once in a while a flick comes along with a clever spin on things. Enter the upcoming zombie comedy Aaah! Zombies!!
Bill Plympton's Hair High, the world's first animated "rom-zom-prom-com", is now available on DVD direct from the writer/director/animator's website.
With Hammer and AIP Pictures returning to give us some new horror movies, we can't forget about the smaller production companies such as House of Fear, which has revealed a slate of new 3D horror flicks starting with Eldorado 3D starring ... well ... everyone.
Just yesterday we told you about Yorgos Lanthimos' new Greek horror flick Dogtooth, and today we have the official one-sheet for your mass consumption.
In the market for a little Greek horror/comedy/tragedy? Then Yorgos Lanthimos' new film Dogtooth may just be exactly what you're looking for!
Several weeks ago we told you about a new vampire comedy coming from Twentieth Century Fox and Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer, the duo behind such recent "classics" as Disaster Movie, Epic Movie, Date Movie, and the dreaded Meet the Spartans. Today we have a title and star. We can feel your anticipation from here.
Who doesn't want to bring home a SuicideGirl? Cum this Ju... ahem, come this June 29th you're going to get your chance as First Look Studios is readying the DVD release of SuicideGirls Must Die!
Star Alan Tudyk is making quite the career for himself by battling supernatural baddies of all varieties in the name of comedy. Last seen in Tucker and Dale vs. Evil, his next flick has him duking it out for laughs with the militarized undead. Get ready to join the First Platoon!
For decades Christmas has been hoggin' the spotlight when it comes to holiday themed horror movies. Filmmaker Eben McGarr (House of the Wolf Man, Sick Girl) is out to change all of that with his new flick Hanukkah. Hold on tight to your Torahs! Synopsis
When it comes to reporting on web series, we really try to cherry pick because, let's face it, everybody has one. We've had our eyes on John Herman and Bryan White's "How to Survive the Strange" for a while now, and the first two episodes are finally here!