Word on two more new projects we'll hopefully get to see someday has come out of the 2012 American Film Market: Danny Mulheron's horror comedy Freash Meat, and Spanish-language thriller The Crack from Alfonso Acosta.
Last week we brought you the third segment of the four-part Ghost Trek series. As promised, series creator Michael Plumides has prepared the final piece for your viewing pleasure. Come on in and take a gander.
Ever wonder what would happen if one of the most terrifying films ever made had been released as a television sitcom? Hey, we've seen crazier ideas work, and believe us; when you see this, you will laugh. Let's just hope this doesn't give the powers-that-be any ideas!
A few weeks ago we were asked to remove our image gallery for A Haunted House because of "unapproved images," but now it's back and sillier than ever. Check out all the eye candy right here.
Last week we brought you the second segment of the four-part Ghost Trek series. As promised, series creator Michael Plumides has prepared the third piece for your viewing pleasure. Come on in and take a gander.
I think we can all agree that there haven't been enough nursing home-based horror-comedies lately. The sub-genre is basically barren aside from Bubba Ho-Tep; however, the upcoming Silent But Deadly is ready to drop some more horrific retirement palace humor on you.
Parodies of popular horror movies. Crude humor. Fart jokes. Sight gags. The trailer for A Haunted House is here, and it is EXACTLY what you think it is. Check it out right here, right now.
You know, for a while now we've been saying that we've been looking forward to the Wayans comedy A Haunted House more than Scary Movie 5. After seeing this first batch of stills, we're not so sure anymore.
Last week we brought you the first segment of the four-part Ghost Trek series. As promised, series creator Michael Plumides has prepared the second piece for your viewing pleasure. Come on in and take a gander.
With Vito Trabuco’s Bloody Bloody Bible Camp hitting DVD and VOD this week via Maltauro Entertainment, we thought it time to catch up with the filmmaker and one of his stars, Tim Sullivan, to get their thoughts on the feature. Read on for more and a few exclusive photos.
Ho, ho, ho. We may all be carving pumpkins and preparing our Halloween costumes, but let's not forget that the Christmas season is coming. And how about this for a new Christmas tradition: win a copy of A Cadaver Christmas and watch that baby by an open fire each year.
On November 13th, Anchor Bay Films releases Vamps on Blu-ray and DVD! Director Amy Heckerling (Clueless, Fast Times at Ridgemont High) reunites with Alicia Silverstone for a fang-tastic new comedy about two eternally young party girls navigating the dating world in the Big City.
Just in time for the Halloween season (any bets on how often we'll be saying that before October 31st?), Irrational Films has made Dan Riesser's horror-comedy short film Night of the Punks available for viewing, and we have it in its entirety right here.
As promised previously, the first Ghost Trek webisode, entitled "The Kinsey Report," has debuted, and Dread Central is its home. We have divided the first episode of the show into four parts, and now you can see Part One right here, right now.
Some fun news is coming out of Spain via Variety... Alex de la Iglesia, Spain’s most prominent black comedy helmer, has teamed with powerful Spanish producer Enrique Cerezo on horror laffer Las Brujas de Zugarramurdi (Witching and Bitching).