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Chat LIVE with Some of the Filmmakers Behind The ABCs of Death

Can't wait for the screening of The ABCs of Death at the CineMayhem Film Festival? Want to chat with a few of the flick's directors? We have your hookup right here. Read on for details.

Hear from Several of The ABCs of Death Directors in this Featurette

Today is definitely "The ABCs of Death Day," and we have one more story for you. Check out this new featurette for the film that lets you hear from several of the directors who were involved with the ambitious project.

Get Gassed by this Red Band Clip from The ABCs of Death

We've seen a red band trailer, a green band trailer, images, and interviews; and now it's time for a clip from The ABCs of Death, which is available On Demand right now! Just beware it's for mature audiences only.

Exclusive Images: The ABCs of Death

On Demand right now is the monster-sized horror anthology The ABCs of Death, and to help usher in the flick to your home, we have a couple of exclusive stills that prove you ought to know your ABCs if you know what's good for you! Dig it!

Green-Band Trailer for The ABCs of Death Hits the Interwebs

The green-band trailer for the much talked about anthology film The ABCs of Death (review) has been released, and we have every single safe for work pixel of it right here waiting for you, like that Jesus Jones song without the warbling!

Red-Band Trailer for The ABCs of Death Hits the Interwebs

We told you yesterday that something cool was coming for The ABCs of Death (review). Of course it's been delivered, and we have it for you right here! Behold the red-band trailer for the flick!

Two New Stills from The ABCs of Death and More!

Tomorrow at 7pm EST/4pm PST on Yahoo! Movies, there will be something premiering to get The ABCs of Death (review) fans all fired up! However, things are heating up here first with two new stills. Check them out!

Magnet Previews ABCs of Death in Front of V/H/S Theatrical Showings

As if you needed another reason to check out V/H/S during its theatrical run, Magnet has another trick up its sleeve... read on for the initial details on how you can be amongst the first to preview their other flick, The ABCs of Death (review).

The Raid Retold with Claymation Cats!

Around these parts we have a lot of love and affection for the spectacle that was The Raid: Redemption. The flick kicked nine kinds of ass. In fact we cannot get enough! Seeing the flick redone by Lee Hardcastle with claymation cats? It's nirvana, damn it!

The Official Poster for The ABCs of Death Has Arrived

As if we weren't already excited enough for the upcoming arrival of anthology film The ABCs of Death, one look at the flick's new poster was all it took to push us into a state of near frenzy! Check it out and see if you agree.

Ben Wheatley and Lee Hardcastle Sentenced to Prison for Animated Film

What do you get when you take Ben Wheatley, the director of Kill List, and put him together with Lee Hardcastle, the young indie filmmaker who won a spot in the ABCs of Death with his short "T is for Toilet"? You get Megaevilmotherfuckers, that's what!

Best Idea EVER - New Remake of John Carpenter's The Thing

We've seen the premake and marveled at how good it could have been. Now, with the memory of that box office miss still floating freely in our heads, yet another remake of John Carpenter's classic The Thing has reared its other heads.

Gruesome First Image From The ABCs of Death

While we're uncertain at this point which letter of the alphabet director Xavier Gens will be tackling for the upcoming mega-anthology The ABC's of Death, the director has shared the first still from his piece. We approve. We totally approve.

The ABC's of Death: T Winner Chosen!

We've all been waiting patiently to see who would get the "T" spot in the upcoming anthology flick The ABC's of Death, and the winner has finally been chosen. As a matter of fact, you can watch the winning short right here, right now!

Evil Dead in 60 Seconds Via The Wonders of Claymation

Never mind CGI, man! Old school claymation has always been cooler if only for the fact that there's something physically there up on the screen. Sadly, claymation seems to be a quickly dying medium, but that hasn't stopped artist Lee Hardcastle from crafting a version of the Sam Raimi classic The Evil Dead that you won't soon forget.