The words will live on as a part of horror history forever - "Do you like scary movies?" When Drew Barrymore first got the call in 1996's Scream, it was like the slasher sub-genre got a shot of adrenaline that hasn't worn off yet. With the latest sequel, Scream 4, now in production, it looks old Ghostface is back up to his old reach out and stalk someone type tricks.
Commercials. Nine times out of ten we HATE them. But then as if by magic one will come along that we actually want to see and wait for to come on. Case in point ... Mountain Dew's latest.
What an insane feeling it must be to have helped to create the look of one of the single most recognizable horror icons ever. For R.J. Torbert this feeling is an every day reality, and recently he spoke a bit about how the mask was chosen as well as the nagging rumor about their being more than just one look for GhostFace as he returns to the big screen with Wes Craven's upcoming slasherfest Scream 4.
The trailer, artwork, and plot crunch have arrived for Michael Korbic's new indie slasher flick No Time to Fear, and we've got all the goods for you right here in one blood-stained package.
Six(!) more actors have joined the already announced Dane Cook and Josh Hutcherson in the latest horror comedy, Detention, and we have all the scoopage that you need to make your time spent after hours at school productive.
When I think funny, one of the names that end up last on my list is Dane Cook. I don't know what it is about the guy, but his antics just do nothing for me. So here's hoping he'll do better in the horror comedy arena.
Ah, Twitter. How you've leveled the playing field. Obviously not content to let camera-happy onlookers steal any of his thunder, Wes Craven himself has posted our first good look at Ghostface from the currently lensing Scream 4.
Finally something official pertaining to the long awaited re-release of the slasher classic Madman! That's right, kids! We've got the art, the date, and even a look at what you're gonna find on the DVD when you get it into your claws! Just be careful not to say his name above a whisper.
"The Sopranos meets 2000 Maniacs" is how I described Lynch Mob in my review of the quirky cannibal horror comedy. I'm one of the few to have actually plunked down money to see the Lynch Mob during its one-week run in Carmike Theaters last September. You'll get your chance when the DVD finally hits in October.
Don't go to bed, with no price on your head. No, no, don't do it. Don't do the crime, if you can't do the time, yeah, don't do it. And keep your eye on the sparrow. When the going gets narrow. Don't do it, don't do it. Where can I go where the cold winds don't blow, now. Well, well, well ...
Hey! There is just not enough news happening right now, so let us take a moment to check out the second teaser trailer for the foreign slasher flick, Cold Prey III! Good thing we still got gas in the old tank. Dig it!
Some more behind-the-scenes imagery coming out from the Ann Arbor set of Wes Craven's Scream 4 or Scre4m for you cool kids playing along! Get ready for another look at the cast and even a bit of Ghostface inspired tomfoolery!
Ever since Real Killers and The Convent debuted way back when, we knew one director we should be keeping an eye on was Mike Mendez. He struck back again a few years later with what's still one of the best films ever to hit the After Dark Horrorfest, The Gravedancers, and since then the madman himself has been cooking up something insane. Welcome to your first taste of what's to come in Ov3rk!ll!
The Cold Prey franchise fascinates us, but not because it's a grand slasher film with amazing kills. In fact, it's just the opposite. While we can't speak for the second film, as we haven't seen it, there's not a single moment from the first that we can even recall. Yet, people have gone crazy for the movie. So be it! Maybe the third time will be the charm.