Nick Nicolaou

Exclusive I, Frankenstein Blu-ray Clip Gets Monstrous

On May 13, the movie based on the graphic novel, I, Frankenstein, will be arriving on Blu-ray and DVD, but for those of you who cannot wait it will also be available on early VOD on May 2! To celebrate it's arrival we have an exclusive clip from the special features for you cats.

Make Room for I, Frankenstein in Your Home Video Collection

A few short months after failing to impress the majority of horror fans, the action-packed I, Frankenstein heads home with multiple means of consumption. Read on for full details!

Take an Exclusive Look into the Monster Effects of I, Frankenstein

Say what you want about I, Frankenstein... the practical gargoyle and demon effects work was pretty badass. As a special treat for you cats, artist Nick Nicolaou has provided us with some neat behind-the-scenes imagery of the makeup process.

Tom Savini Paints the Screen Red for Two Aussie Films

Tom Savini got his start in the film business by creating some of the greatest F/X work horror movie fans have ever seen. As his career expanded, he left behind the latex and Karo syrup and began creating characters in a different manner ... by portraying them on screen. While that's cool and we love some of Tom's characters, we've been hungry for him to get back to F/X work.

Zombie Project Mary Doe Continues to Flesh Out with the Help of Tom Savini

A bit more has come in regarding Nick Nicolaou's upcoming independent zombie effort Mary Doe, and we have every bit of the latest stuff here for your perusal. Dig it!

Getting Bloody with Tom Savini on the Set of Mary Doe

While Nick Nicolaou's upcoming independent zombie effort Mary Doe is a bit on the confusing side in terms of how it's all coming together, one thing is for certain ... with the addition of the great Tom Savini, Nicolaou and company are certainly headed in the right direction!

Head into the Undead Zone with Mary Doe

A new indie zombie project entitled Mary Doe, the first entry in a planned trilogy, is officially on the horizon from filmmaker Nick Nicolaou, and the project has piqued our interest due to its unique approach of using the Left 4 Dead video game engine to create a zombie-filled landscape in which to tell its tale.