Sci-fi thriller Pandorum got itself a brand new one-sheet, continuing its trend of using limbs and wires in the most disturbing ways possible.
It still freaks me out that the same Paul W.S. Anderson directed Event Horizon as well as churning out the crap that has been his last several films. Thankfully, he has nothing to do with this, but can ya blame me for randomly smacking him around? Ahem ... Anyway, we have a look at the poster for the latest sci-fi/horror mash-up Pandorum for ya!
I know you’ve not heard a lot about Red Velvet (review), the new horror movie starring Henry Thomas (E.T., Dead Birds), but we aim to change that cause damnit, it’s a very solid genre flick that deserves more attention.
Sometimes being a journalist means that you have to report on things that cause a great deal of pain. This is one of those times. It's with a heavy heart tonight that I report the passing of Karl Hardman. Best known for creating an unforgettable character in Harry Cooper, the hot-headed yet not totally unreasonable father in the original classic Night of the Living Dead, Karl will live on in the hearts of fans and through the work he helped to create forever.
Kane Hodder has enjoyed a long career delivering some memorable kills and playing fierce monsters and villains. But now it’s h
In 1981, a young director named Sam Raimi set out to give audiences a new vision of the horror genre with his now cult classic film The Evil Dead. Twenty-eight years later (and one Spider-Man trilogy behind him), Raimi is looking to do the very same with his latest project,
Just a week or so after giving you guys an exclusive interview with director Oren Peli (read it here), we now bring you the stars of the phenomenon known as
To read “From the mind of Doug Hutchison”, for genre fans anyway, is an invitation to be freaked out. The actor, who has given horror fans such memorable characters as Eugene Victor Tooms in two episodes of “The X Files” – “Squeeze” and “Tooms” (both in Season One of the show), Percy Wetmore