Still psyched to see Repo! The Genetic Opera this November? You damn well better be! If not, it’s no fault of ours; we’ve only been pumping you with info about it since the day it was announced...
"Did you ever think you'd see an album with Sarah Brightman, Paris Hilton and Ogre from Skinny Puppy?" exclaims Darren Lynn Bousman to a roomful of tipsy party-goers.
Jeff Schiefelbein's DarkSide Studios is launching an all-out assault on Halloween with the Saw franchise as their ammo. The studio has created a 10,000 square foot attraction where attendees are given the chance to put their lives in the bloody hands of Jigsaw.
Remember the Saw V clip we described during this year's Comic-Con? It is now available for all to see, if you're old enough.
With Darren Bousman’s Repo! The Genetic Opera staring down the barrel of an (albeit ridiculously limited) November 7th release date, many have been wondering when we’ll actually be seeing (or hearing) the official Repo! soundtrack. Finally we have an answer: September 30th, 2008!
J.T. Petty’s Old West monster movie, The Burrowers, premieres tonight at the Toronto International Film Festival, and damn I wish I could be there for it. I’ve been looking forward to this flick since the moment it was announced!
I know we mentioned this in a previous Horrorfest story, but since this is yet another excuse for you to go check out hot women screaming, it bears repeating: The time has come to start the search for Miss Horrrorfest 2008!
It seems like certain low budget filmmakers just flip through their serial killer trading cards looking for inspiration.
The horror genre has always been maligned by the mainstream. For as long as I can remember, the general public has frowned upon not only horror movies but also games, TV programs, books, you name it. As a result the horror community has remained small and extremely tight-knit.
We received the final poster art for David Hackl's Saw V, and it boasts that we'll "never believe how it ends." But ... isn't there already a sixth Saw film in the works? Do they mean how this trap ends or how this chapter ends? The fourth sequel in the Saw franchise follows the path of destruction the new Jigsaw creates as he attempts to keep his identity a secret. Torture, flashbacks, and hopefully more pig masks await us in theatres on October 24th.