It Came From the Internet!
Happy with the way that "My Super Psycho Sweet 16" turned out, MTV has jumped back into the horror pool with another feature. This time, though? It's for you to demand whether or not you see it on the network.
Commercials. Nine times out of ten we HATE them. But then as if by magic one will come along that we actually want to see and wait for to come on. Case in point ... Mountain Dew's latest.
Another web series has caught our eye, and when that happens, it's our sworn duty to point you in its horror-filled direction. Get ready to see what happens when teens in peril start "Throwing Stones".
We've said it before, and we'll say it again ... director Chad Ferrin is a friggin' PSYCHO! Need proof? How about sitting back, turning down your lights, and watching his acclaimed feature film The Ghouls right now for free?!?
Sometimes for something to turn out extra cool, it needs to spend a little more time in the oven before being offered up for mass consumption. Get ready, dear reader! The time has come to sink your teeth into one tasty little monster-laden treat!
As true fans of the flesh-eaters out there, we like to think of ourselves as one of the leading authorities on the living dead. The truth is zombies make everything a bit cooler. And we're about to put our money where our skin-tearing mouths are to prove it to you!
One of the coolest things about the "Dexter" TV show is its animated prequel web series Early Cuts, and an announcement has come out of Comic-Con that not only is it continuing with six new chapters, but it's also being drawn by award-winning illustrator Bill Sienkiewicz.
Yep, it's Monday. The work was has begun. You're barely awake. Everyone on the planet is already giving you shit. All you want to do is go home and go back to sleep. We've all been there. That being said ... how about a little NOT SAFE FOR WORK goodness to help you through the upcoming five days of aggravation? No, really, it's our pleasure!
With The Room director Tommy Wiseau both baffled and entertained audiences alike with his, shall we say, unique style of filmmaking. Now, just a few years later, the man is back with another tale of ... aw hell, we don't know. Screw it, though, get ready to dig on the teaser trailer for his latest project anyway!
Anyone who knows me knows that when it comes to EC Comics and anthologies, I'm a complete and total sucker. So when the latest web series "Fiendish Tales" came across my desk, I sat up, took notice, and am now bringing it to you, dear reader.
Folks in Portland, Oregon got quite a scare a few days ago when a car full of zombies crashed on I-84. Well, they weren't actual zombies, merely regular old humans dressed as zombies.
"Vampire Mob" isn't your typical web series. Instead of having a regularly spaced calendar release, it's being distributed on a view count basis, which means subsequent installments will be posted as previous episodes reach their predetermined view count. The series premiered online on June 30th, and once it has obtained 5,000 views, then Episode Two will be posted.
Horror movies in the Nineties had gone horribly awry with the exception of a few classics that slid out under the radar. Slasher films were now bloodless, the teenagers were no longer meat for the beast, and for whatever reason horror seemingly had lost one or two of its fans. But then they came. Horror's latest superstar directors who were looking to set things straight!
Thanks to the success of the tweener and cougar craze, Twilight vampires have gone from fearsome fright bringing foes to sparkling sex symbols who make ladies of all ages scream with lust and probably a bit of confusion. For us male vampire fans, though, it's been pretty dismal pickings with the exception of HBO's "True Blood" and a few scattered flicks. Now we finally have a way to blow off a little steam.
Here's a little early WTF Friday type action for ya to dig on! The duo behind such "hits" as The Aliens Rap and The Robocop Rap (look 'em up; we can't always do the heavy lifting for you guys), DJ MaYhem and Mouthmaster Murf are back with an all-new Predator Rap to help you get geared up for this weekend's release of the Robert Rodriguez production of Nimrod Antal's Predators.