It's true, I have a soft spot in my heart for War of the Worlds, everything about it. I fell in love with the original Orson Wells radio broadcast when my father introduced it to me as a kid. The 1953 movie, the book (of course), the horribly underrated TV series- I even enjoyed the 2005 Steven Spielberg effort (despite the many shortcomings).
Renfield: The Un-Dead, a movie we've been reporting on for quite a while now, is hitting home video courtesy of R Squared Films, and finally everyone will have a chance to see it for themselves this coming October 25th.
Sid Haig and a swamp monster. There's really not a whole hell of a lot else we need to be sold on the upcoming flick Creature, but in case you need a bit more persuading, we've lined up four clips for you to dig on!
There's never a bad time to report on a new monster movie. There are few things on this planet we like more. Another one is on tap, this time coming from The Highland Film Group, and we've got the skinny for you right here!
With Matt Osterman's Ghost from the Machine (formerly Phasma ex Machina) now readily available on DVD and VOD, you're able to check out this highly buzzed about indie flick anytime that you want! Just how good is it? Good enough to warrant a remake!
We don't know about you guys, but we are really looking forward to the upcoming monster mash Creature. Hell, if only because it features Sid Haig and a guy in a rubber monster suit! Bring it on!
Question: What does Metal Gear Solid's lead character Solid Snake have in common with Watchmen and the first two X-Men films? That's a real head scratcher, isn't it? The answer is David Hayter.
Getting a tattoo is a big commitment. It has to say something about you and really mean something. It is art that defines you. But what happens when your tattoos take on a life of their own? Comforting Skin, whose trailer just dropped, poses such a question.
Ok, so we have a studio, a director, a producer, and a star. What could be next? A title maybe? Oh silly you! Of course not! That will come later down the road but we do have the skinny on who else is in talks for Scott Derrickson's ultra-hush-hush film!
Last Monday we brought you the first word on the latest indie terror tale, Lucifer's Angels, and as promised we now have the first teaser trailer for you guys to dig on! Check it out!
The clock is quickly ticking down to the deadline for film submissions to Screamfest LA Horror Film Festival 2011. For those of you who need a refresher as to what this film festival can do for your career, we've got two words for you: Paranormal Activity.
Can't get enough of the eerie white van and its psychotic inhabitants from Justin Russell's disturbing romp Death Stop Holocaust? Then you, you lucky twisted bastards of the Buckeye City, Columbus, Ohio, are in for a big, bloody surprise!
We haven't heard much out of the Danger After Dark label in the last couple of years, but they have come back with a vengeance. Seeking to re-launch the line the brought us Summer Scars and Suicide Club, TLA Releasing has acquired the US and UK distribution rights for the award-winning Satan Hates You.
There hasn't been much to report on Hidden 3D over the last couple of months, but alas, it will be hitting home video in the UK August 29th from E1. Know what that means? It's trailer time! Hidden 3D is directed by Antoine Thomas and stars Sean Clement, Simonetta Solder, Jordan Hayes, Jason Blicker, and Bjanka Murgel. Dig on the plot crunch below. Synopsis
Last week may have been “Shark Week” on TV, but this music video trailer for Fred Olen Ray’s Super Shark set to the tune of a blacksploitation styled theme song composed and performed by legendary R&B crooner Harvey Scales is the true discovery.