Kane Hodder is one hell of a busy man, with a list of upcoming films on his IMDb page that's currently only a couple shy of twenty. One of those films is Alice D, which will transport the icon back in time, all the way to the 1800s.
Oh, how we love the power of human stupidity! Any time a film comes along featuring a group of friends who explore their way into terror we grin from ear-to-ear. Why? Because they had no business poking around where they don't belong!
If you're in Los Angeles and are in the market for some indie goodness, make sure you head over to the Downtown Independent starting on October 11th for the flick Forgetting the Girl. For the premiere director Nate Taylor and star Christopher Denham will be in attendance.
As if we don't already have enough found footage horror films as it is, we've got a new one coming out of the woods called Game Camera, a feature length remake of an 8 minute short film made last year.
Playing as part of the 2013 Shriekfest Film Festival (October 3rd to 6th in Los Angeles) is Gary Michael Schultz's horror comedy road trip movie Devil in My Ride, featuring Sid Haig, and right now we have a new one-sheet and trailer for you!
At last year's Hollywood Film Festival, I Will Follow You into the Dark nabbed itself a nomination for Best Feature Film, and nearly a year later it's finally headed our way.
While most horror films that claim to be 'based on true events' aren't actually based on anything at all, the upcoming found footage flick Skinwalker Ranch indeed does have a whole lot of basis in frightening fact.
Whenever anyone starts talking about underrated horror filmmakers, one of the first names that pops into my head is Scott Spiegel. The writer of Evil Dead 2 and director of films like Intruder and Hostel: Part III always manages to entertain, with a unique style that is all his own.
Alrighty, horror hounds, listen up! On tap right now is your chance to score a copy of The Haunting of Helena on DVD and take home a sweet poster while you're at it... all on us!
Paranormal Asylum is set to be released in the US today, and right now we have several behind-the-scenes videos for you to dig on. Check 'em out!
The horror comedy Stalled has gotten itself a release date! No shit! Really! Look for it to premiere at the Alamo Drafthouse in Richardson, Texas, on October 3rd; and it will spread elsewhere theatrically after that. It’ll also be on VOD platforms October 4th so get your toilet paper ready.
As far as I'm aware, there's only been one horror film ever made about a human shit-monster, and that film was 2003's Monsturd. The plot for Jesse T. Cook's next film sounds pretty similar, but the trailer indicates a much less juvenile approach to the very juvenile concept.
Zombie Killers is filming right now outside of Philadelphia, PA, and we have the very first stills from the set for you right here. Check them, out and look for more on this one soon!
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.
A pair of new posters for Dan Walton's latest film, Bind, have arrived showing off an extremely creepy creature just waiting for someone to dare to enter its lair. Will you heed her call? We've all dated uglier people, right?