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Dark Horse Comics is taking its adaptation of Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan's The Strain vampire trilogy to the next level with an animated video version of it launching today on Felicia Day’s Geek & Sundry YouTube channel. Check it out right here!
Just as they did last year, AMC plans to release a series of "The Walking Dead"-themed webisodes, and we'll be able to see the first one on October 1st!
Ever wanted to learn how to run a mold or design a character makeup from the man who provided some of the groundbreaking FX for the classic An American Werewolf in London? For those in L.A., here’s your chance, as the legendary artist Steve Johnson is primed to instruct Classes 4 Characters.
Well, it's about time, no? If ever there was a reason to move to the UK, this is it! London's Prince Charles Cinema is said to be employing volunteer “ninjas” to regulate good behavior among the audience. If only they were armed.
Fourth Wall Studios has a new nightmare for you with The Swarming, the newest installment of their Dark Wall anthology that airs on Rides.tv. Take a look, and be sure your cell phone is charged!
One of your "Heroes" and ours, Milo Ventimiglia, is bringing us a new original series entitled Chosen on the Crackle multi-platform entertainment network. The mysterious story and the veteran cast alone are sure to draw you into this new project.
We're not familiar with RIDES.tv, but they seem to appreciate horror so we thought we'd pass on the news that Fourth Wall Studios' new Dark Wall anthology is airing there, beginning with Installment #1, "Whispers."
Nowadays every time we turn on the TV or sit down to read the news, we're reminded of the imperfections of this world. Wars, racism, intolerance... they're everywhere, man. Yet, none of them are as profound a reminder of our suckage than the fact that these delights never existed.
As big fans of classic Hammer horror films (and the studio's newer offerings, too), we couldn't be happier to announce the launch of the Hammer YouTube channel, which will stream exclusive new content and restored classics online. First up: a sneak peek of The Quiet Ones.
Halloween is a very special time of the year for horror fans. Let's face it, it's our "Holiday Season". The only bad thing about it? It's also when every store, both physical and online, raises the prices of their stuff, making it difficult for folks to afford their horror haul. NOT ANYMORE!
We live in a world where movie poster artwork has boiled down to either people standing around or floating heads. Stephen Romano and The Dude Designs have been steadily churning out high quality eye candy, but now we have another name to add to that list... artist Adam Rabalais.
The Happywax Video Vault returns this week with a look at the Jaws release on Blu-ray as well as a family trip to the theatre for The Dark Knight Rises. Read on to join the horror journey of Happywax!
A couple more viral videos have hit the Net for H+ The Digital Series, including some "customer testimonials." Check them out right here, and remember to watch the next two episodes of the web series this Wednesday.
In this world of comfort and technology, everyone has their favorite custom made chairs, be it for gaming, massages, etc. Now, thanks to some Japanese scientists horror fans will have a go-to place to park their asses.
Even though she is not a fan of snakes, Francesca Pitcher, from UK-based North Star Cakes, created an amazingly realistic Amelanistic Burmese Python snake cake for her six-year-old daughter's birthday. Check out some eye-popping and tongue-lashing imagery right here.