Horror icon Lin Shaye is the next beloved actor to sign up for active duty in the new television series "Hell Hunters", and we have all the details you need on tap right here, Satan and his minions accounted for but not included. Read on!
Two Michael Biehn stories in a row? Yep, it's further proof that the man just doesn't sleep. Recently he created and starred in The Victim, then he starred in and toured for The Divide, and now a rumor has come that he's snagged a lead role in the upcoming TV series "Hell Hunters." Untrue.
Some interesting news is coming our way regarding two of the horror genre's most beloved figures: Bill Moseley and Michael Berryman. It sounds as if this duo is ready to raise a little hell on the small screen.
Here we are. The dead of winter (well, okay, it's 70 degrees here in California), and what better way to keep those chills coming could there be other than debuting the first stills and teaser trailer for a flick called Below Zero?
The Mile High Horror Film Festival is taking place October 7th-9th in Denver, Colorado, and the lineup is now complete along with the list of local Colorado artists that specialize in the horror genre who will be special guests of the fest. Read on for the details!
We've been waiting patiently for the full specs on this one to come in, and now that they're here, we couldn't be happier. If only someone would give us a Blu-ray of the second flick so we can see the dog's flashback in glorious 1080p!
One flick we've been following for a while now, The Tenant, is finally getting released; and to celebrate we have the trailer, some new artwork, and a few monstrous new stills! Check it out!
Oh, Image Entertainment. How we love you. All sorts of good things have been coming from this home video camp and the list just keeps getting longer and longer. Next up - the original The Hills Have Eyes in full 1080p glory.
It's always nice to brighten up the day with a little T&A. Oh, and murder too. Yes, hell of a combo. Do yourself a favor ... lock your doors, pull the shades, avoid all significant others including your boss, and let the NSFW goodies begin!
The last time we checked in on Griff Furst's Maskerade was April of last year, and with the coming months came a lot of changes. Mainly to the title and trailer.
The third annual San Antonio Horrific Film Festival starts on the evening of Wednesday, August 25th, with a whole lot of independent film goodness, celebs, and rock and roll.
Attention, filmmakers! The third annual San Antonio Horrific Film Fest is looking for your feature-length or short film for this year's contest. The winning entry will get national distribution for your film. Not enough? Okay, read on.
And the 3D craze keeps cooking along steadily with the announcement that yet another film riddled with things that pop out to say boo is coming, this one involving a writer, a freezer, and some really nasty personal demons.