Anytime there's news of a new slasher flick on the horizon I find myself giddy, and today is no different. Writer/Director Zachary Paul is looking to carve another entry in the 'gay slasher' sub-subgenre with Never Have I Ever, and we've got the early word on it. According to the film's official Facebook page:
Don't all great things happen at High Noon? Can you name me one big time, Old West shoot-out that happened at a quarter to four? No way, cowboy, High Noon was the only time for big happenings then and the Fantasia International Film Festival is running with this tradition for a big announcement on July 25.
Remember when Guillermo del Toro announced he was doing his own version of Frankenstein. We do. Very well. As huge fans of anything Frankenstein related that announcement has been burned into our brains. It's been quiet on that front for a while. Until now.
Yet another trailer for Jaume Balaguero's Sleep Tight (formerly Flatmate) has arrived to send a few shivers down your spines, and we have every grimy pixel of it right here for your eyes to ingest.
Hoping to capitalize on the low-budget/high-gross success Jason Blum has had with such genre fare as Paranormal Activity and Insidious, Universal Pictures has signed the prolific producer to a three-year first-look deal. This amounts to an aggressive move into the low-budget arena for Universal, which is known for spending generously on its slates.
What's with all the Frankenstein lately? The classic creature is bound to resurface in no less than three projects in various planning stages, and today's news tells us that Fox is looking to add another. Read on for the details.
Takashi Shimizu has, hopefully, put the world of Ju-On behind him for good. His upcoming supernatural film sounds like a departure from the world of lingering curses and black-haired ghosts. Or does it?
A Horrible Way to Die is coming home to DVD and Blu-ray in September, and to get you primed for what is one of the most haunting flicks we've seen all year, Anchor Bay has released the official trailer. Dig it!
One of the best flicks we've seen in a while, A Horrible Way to Die, is coming home to DVD and Blu-ray in September, and we have the lowdown on what to expect along with a peek at some early artwork for you.
Rock and Shock 2011 may still be four months away, but the guest list is already taking shape quite nicely. As always, it's one hell of a delightful convention - especially for those of us in or around the Massachusetts area. About time we have something awesome happening in our neck of the woods.
Wolfpak Industry Productions and Zeroinside Films have released the full trailer to their latest slice of indie goodness, 15 Till Midnight, and we've nailed down the goods for you right here along with a new poster.
A couple of weeks ago we told you about "Modern Family" star Nolan Gould joining the Chiller TV adaptation of Brian Keene's Ghoul and now the famed author of the living dead has given fans a first look at the little scamp on-set.
Believe it or not, we've been talking about the Jason Statham serial killer flick Blitz since 2009. Talk about leaving the bun in the oven, huh? In any event the movie is making its way to home video in the UK, and we've got the trailer and some artwork for you!
Vampire-Con returns to the New Beverly Cinema for the third year running for two nights of classic vampire cinema. Originally created to include ALL fans of vampires, Vampire-Con continues its tradition of showcasing the best vampire movies in the world.
Get ready to feast your eyes on what's likely to be the best damned trailer we'll see all week. Hell, maybe even all month. We've been talking about Hypothermia for a while. Now we'll let it start talking for itself.