Nature Run Amok
Now that the debris from the great Saw sequel debacle has finally settled, we've been wondering what project Saw V director David Hackl would be tackling next. Finally some news has come.
The trailer for the latest Syfy original film featuring a giant mutant something or other, Sharktopus, has made a splash online, and we have ever drippy second of it for you. So what's it all about? Hold on to your asses, folks! We've got a live one here!
Robert the psychic tire is pissed off and ready to mutilate all who cross his path of destruction! If there's one flick we're chomping at the bit for, it's Quentin Dupieux's Rubber, if only for the truly maniacal premise and all the loony shit we've seen about it lately. Ready for a new clip?
The official trailer for Andrew (Black Water) Traucki’s new Australian killer shark flick, The Reef, has been unleashed, and we didn't even have to chum the waters!
It's reporting news like this that makes me thrilled to run a horror website. That's right, kids! The true king of the giant monster jungle is getting ready to leave his mark on Blu-ray High Definition!
How do you say "I can't believe it's not a Syfy original movie" in German? The Germans certainly love their nature run amok movies, and the latest Deutschland creature feature is the horror-comedy Crocodile Alert. As you may have already guessed, the movie is about a killer crocodile being hunted by a trio of zany Germans. Something tells me a "crocodile alert" won't be as memorable as the "shark alarm".
It's not often you see an image of a scantily clad female covered in a bodily fluid being menaced by a large purple-ish tentacle and it turns out to not be hentai related. But that's what you'll see in all its bloody glory in this first official image from Roger Corman's next creature feature Sharktopus.
Fans looking for the latest nature run amok in someone's friggin' house flick only have to wait a couple of more short months to get their man-eating fix via a new film called Burning Bright!
Sometimes you don't need a mythical beast or a knife-wielding maniac to conjure up some good old fashioned fear in a horror movie. Horror literally can be waiting for us around any corner, and if Stephen King's Cujo proved anything at all, it's that sometimes even man's best friend can bring on the terror hot and snarly!
A couple of weeks ago we told you about what looks to be one of the strangest movies we've ever seen, Rubber. So strange in fact we knew that it wouldn't be long before someone picked this baby up for distro!
Yes! More good old fashioned monster mayhem! We just got our claws into over a dozen images from Michael (Babysitter Wanted) Manasseri's new flick Sucker (a few of which are debuting online for the very first time) and holy cow is this one looking good!
It has been a couple of months since we last spoke about David R. Ellis' (Final Destination 2, Snakes on a Plane, Asylum, The Final Destination) next three-dimensional terror fest Shark Night, but the first plot details have come to light so it's time to head back into the old trusty cage to get dirty!
Nu Image is certainly no stranger to giant spiders, having produced the fun 2000 nature gone amok flick Spiders and its much less fun sequel.
Film fans in the UK will soon be able to feast their eyes on the sheer brain-melting cinematic incompetence of James Nguyen’s “modern classic” Birdemic as Severin Films today announced the UK premiere will take place at The Curzon Soho in London on May 28th.
Got an email from tipster Avery about a new French TV killer bee movie called Panique!, and after viewing the trailer, I still don't quite know what to make of it.