The unrated theatrical release of Bloody Disgusting Selects' Cold Fish is rapidly approaching, and to herald in the flick's premiere, an unrated trailer has found its way online. Dig it! The recently acquired Bloody Disgusting Selects film will be getting an unrated release at the following theatres ... NY: August 5 thru 12. Check local listings for show times.
Ready to make a nice gooey splash at this year's Fantasia International Film Festival is the upcoming John Landis produced horror comedy Some Guy Who Kills People, and you can watch the film's opening moments right now!
Indie horror filmmaker Jason Christopher dropped us a line last night to share with us the first of two teaser trailers for his upcoming slasher movie Down the Road and give us an update on the project.
While we're still a few weeks away from its unrated theatrical release, we managed to dig up the artwork for Bloody Disgusting Selects' Cold Fish! Read on for the 411 and of course some tasty eye candy. The recently acquired Bloody Disgusting Selects film will be getting an unrated release at the following theatres ... NY: August 5 thru 12. Check local listings for show times.
Sion Sono's slasher film Cold Fish is a bit crazed. So crazed in fact seeing it unrated is the way to go or else you miss a good bit of what makes it so damned cool. Curious? Then we've got some good news for you! The recently acquired Bloody Disgusting Selects film will be getting an unrated release at the following theatres ...
Fans of Laid to Rest will have a lot to be thankful for once its sequel, ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2, comes home to Blu-ray and DVD on September 20th. Simply put, the flick kicks ass from top to bottom, and if you thought the first flick was violent, we can assure you it now looks like a PG-13 movie by comparison!
After the shindig that was our annual 4th of July/DC BDay bash, we're kind of running low on ... um ... party favors here around the DC offices. Good thing we have a brand spanking new one-sheet for One Way Trip 3D to keep our heads in the right place!
Every single detail you need regarding the Blu-ray and DVD release of Wes Craven's Scream 4 is now here, ready, and waiting for your perusal. Will Sidney's latest go-around with Ghostface fare better at home? Read on for details.
Okay, kids, here ya go! Your very first look at the DVD and Blu-ray artwork for Wes Craven's Scream 4. Nothing too surprising, but then again neither was the film itself. Dig it!
Joseph Kahn's latest film Detention is polarizing a lot of today's audiences. Some love it, some hate it, and some? Well, some are just confused by it. Our friends in the UK will get a chance to see what camp they fall into when the flick appears as part of the Film4 FrightFest!
That's right, kids! Settle in. We've got tons of Film4 FrightFest coverage coming at you, and it starts right here, right now with a brand new image from the Israeli slasher film Rabies aka Kalevet.
One of our main beefs with Wes Craven's long-awaited Scream 4 was that there was no imagination to the kills. Most everyone simply got stabbed. True they were stabbed in different places, but it was kind of boring nonetheless. Now maybe if those sequences were dressed up with lots of gore things would have been different. Case in point ...
Oh, Warner Archive. How much do we love thee? You specialize in doling out obscure classics that haven't seen the light of day in ages, and as a result you make us want to shrink ourselves to infant size so that we may roll around playfully on your naked bosom. Happy sigh!
Forget Jason, Freddy, Michael, and all of the rest. There is only one group out there who knows how to cut deeper than anyone else, the MPAA. Recently Rob Hall's upcoming film ChromeSkull: Laid to Rest 2 went before them, and guess what?!?
The Eighties were a golden time for slasher flicks and they were released during this decade by the dozens. The reason for their popularity was simple ... boobs and blood rarely fail to be charming!