Another pair of creative siblings has arrived on the indie scene: Michigan-based writer/director Steve Kopera and his LA-based actor/producer brother, Mike. Here's the early word on their horror comedy The Cabining along with a look at the film's official trailer.
With its world premiere coming up soon, a new still featuring star Debbie Rochon and the first trailer for horror comedy Dry Bones have arrived, and the latter is full of a lot of dry humor and kissing... both wet and dry kissing to be precise!
A red-band trailer has arrived for the horror comedy Ghost Team One, and we have it for you right here. Hide your kids, and don't let them look. Or if you're a cool parent... pull 'em up to your screens.
Need to kick your work week off with a chuckle? Then this new clip in support of the new horror comedy from Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant, entitled Hell Baby, ought to do the trick! Dig it!
Buffalo, NY, is a hotbed of horror happenings these days, and later this month Dry Bones and The Legend of Six Fingers, which were shot back-to-back in the area, will have their Double-Feature World Premiere there.
It's Friday and we all have one thing in common... we want the day to end so we can enjoy our usual weekend hijinx. Jobs, even cool jobs, suck; but there's one thing worse... job interviews. Still, as you'll see from this hilarious prank video, they've never gotten this bad!
Just about a month ago we reported that shooting had begun on a horror-comedy called Life After Beth, which quite impressed us right off the bat with its all-star cast. Today comes word that the film has wrapped production and is shambling its way closer into our lives.
The always hilarious Rob Corddry has had one helluva year so far; he's appeared in a ton of films like Warm Bodies, Pain & Gain and Rapture-Palooza, all while continuing work on his popular Adult Swim series "Children's Hospital" and filming the just wrapped Hot Tub Time Machine 2.
Mutant wasps! You know them! You hate them! You swat at them with reckless abandon when they start buzzing around and then run away screaming should you anger them enough to get antsy and attack! There's gotta be humor in there somewhere, right?
It was way back in 2011 that we posted our review of The Mole Man of Belmont Avenue, a comedic horror flick starring Freddy Krueger himself, Robert Englund. Two years later, we've finally got release details for ya!
Playing as part of the Midnight Madness programme at the Toronto International Film Festival is Alex de la Iglesia's Las Brujas de Zugarramurdi (Witching and Bitching), and right now we have an international poster for you cats to chew on. Check it out!
You won’t confuse Rapture-palooza with other end of the world comedies, mainly due to the title and because it’s the only film where Craig Robinson plays the antichrist who decided to settle down in Seattle. The film’s director, Paul Middleditch, was in Los Angeles when we spoke last week.
The Toronto Film Festival has just announced that Alex de la Iglesia's Las Brujas de Zugarramurdi (Witching and Bitching) has been added to the fest's Midnight Madness programme. Check out some new stills and a new trailer.
Don't get me wrong. I understand some people are creeped out by dolls, but if some little two-foot tall piece of plastic tried chasing me, I'd punt it into next year, then cage it and show it off to friends. Still, most people would shit their pants. Speaking of which...
Facades FX's brother-sister duo Phil and Melissa Nichols sent over a gallery's worth of behind-the-scenes images from co-writer/director Michael Steves' upcoming Clinger along with a couple of videos showing off their work on the film.