Live from the floor of the San Diego Comic-Con we bring you the first look at the A Nightmare on Elm Street redux!
We got our hands on a tasty treat for you guys, just in time for Comic-Con weekend: An exclusive clip from Marcus Dunstan's The Collector, which will be screening this weekend at the SDCC and opening in theatres on July 31, 2009.
Hungry to get another taste of Park Chan-wook's vampire based horror comedy Thirst? Well then, get ready to lick up the latest clip courtesy of Focus Features!
Well, it's here! The event we have all been dreading in-house -- San Diego Comic-Con 2009! For the rest of the week and weekend we'll be bringing you coverage of the show as it happens. Regular updates will continue as time permits. Check back often as there are a million things going on. Keep it right here for all the mayhem as it happens!
Screen Gems' new film Legion has gotten itself a spiffy new website and teaser poster, and we have 'em both for ya served up hot and holy!
Just yesterday we brought you the goods on House of the Wolf Man, and today the trailer surfaces! Wanna get even more excited? You certainly shall!
With all of the high profile stuff previewing at Comic-Con, it’s easy to overlook some of the smaller things. Horror fans should keep an eye out for Booth #411 where you can snap up a cool new horror anthology DVD, Nightmare House, Vol. 1.
We’re only a few months away from the triumphant return of Costas Mandylor, and if you’re dying to find out more about the mysterious Saw VI, the San Diego Comic-Con has PLENTY of material to help tide fans over until Jigsaw’s latest caper hits theaters this fall.
Unlike most of my horror friends, I’ve yet to see The Hills Run Red. The slasher fanatic in me is frothing at the mouth, and each glowing review I read only makes things worse. If you’re going to be at Comic-Con this week, get your ass over to Booth #4329 to get the latest on Dave Parker’s eagerly awaited genre flick.
Taking on a web series may seem like a step back in a director’s career, but not for Robert Hall. He saw the opportunity to do something new and different with “Fear Clinic” and perhaps even change the game in terms of internet-based horror content.
And what would Comic-Con be without a fine scoop of horror heads talking all things terrifying? If you'll be attending the show and are a big fan, you may just wanna set aside some of your Friday time.
All sorts of cool things are happening this week at the San Diego Comic-Con, including the return of the film that launched six sequels, the original Saw in 3D!
Some new stills and the official green-band trailer for Clive Barker's Book of Blood (review here) came our way today to share with you lovable sickos, and that's exactly what we aim to do!
Go Hero is set to make its mark on San Diego Comic-Con with a line of 12-inch scaled figures you are not likely to forget. Combining an eye for fine art wrapped up in every stitch of clothing, accessory detail, and sculpted part with the sensibility of an overgrown kid who always wanted kick-ass toys from Ray Harryhausen creations, Go Hero has created some amazing new collectibles!
While there have been many rehashes and follow-ups to Bram Stoker’s original Dracula novel, there has never been an official sequel put on paper. Until now.