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!
In honor of its 20th Anniversary Special Edition DVD release, this week's Motion Picture Purgatory takes a look at 1990's now classic live-action/animated B-movie Evil Toons.
Trick or treating has long been a Halloween tradition, and the beauty of the yearly holiday in general is that it can be hilarious, spooky, and fun all at the same time. And that's exactly what Paramount in banking on for its new upcoming look at All Saints Day, Fun Size.
Two things you may not think would go together actually fit quite nicely once combined! Are you ready to see what could possibly happen if everyone's favorite old school video game character navigated his way through the torture porn sub-genre?
Hollywood continues its love affair with vamp flicks that are completely fangless. Apparently the fine folks over at 20th Century Fox are prepping an as of yet untitled vampire spoof for release this summer. Hasn't anyone learned anything from Transylmania?
2001 Maniacs director Tim Sullivan dropped us a line with a first look at the upcoming horror comedy Bloody Bloody Bible Camp, which promises to be all sorts of blasphemous!
A new trailer and one-sheet are now available for Jordan Galland's horror comedy Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Undead, and we've got 'em both for you to check out until your pulses cease!
Although lately it's seemed like most of their horror offerings are of the theatrical or On Demand variety, IFC hasn't forgotten that it's also a television network with a lot of genre viewers, as evidenced by their airing of the eight-part "Gothic comic murder mystery" "Kids in the Hall: Death Comes to Town" this summer.
Web series "How to Survive the Strange" kicks off on May 17th, and in order to whet the public's appetite, creators John Herman and Bryan White have put together a trailer for the show.
Quite frankly, we're pretty surprised that it has taken this long for more filmmakers to deliver us spoofs of the multi-billion dollar tweener sensation Twilight.
First-time filmmaker Joshua Hull doesn’t have a flashy Hollywood story about how he got into writing and directing films. In fact, his ten-year journey to getting his first feature made all began because of some pretty big life changes that would generally knock any normal person flat on his or her proverbial butt.
Two new projects that we learned about this week have something else in common besides being written by Brian Pickard and co-starring Melinda Chilton: Soap opera heartthrob Sean Kanan ("The Bold and the Beautiful", "The Young and the Restless") has joined the casts of both.
Indie director Kevin MacDonald (Beg, The Witching Hour) has joined the Alexius Omnimedia/Penobscot Films production of scribe Brian Pickard’s horror comedy Slayers! Melinda Chilton is attached to star in the film.
It seems like we just started talking about Comedy Central's Ugly Americans, and already this week is the show's season finale. But no worries -- it's been picked up for an additional season, which will start airing in October. During the finale tomorrow night, April 28th, Mark struggles as he attempts to help a giant ape with OCD, voiced by 30 Rock’s Jack McBrayer.
Just when you think you have seen it all, a group of young filmmakers come along and turn in a new fright flick that just may change the face of breakfast forever!