Finally a release date has come for director Deon Taylor's long time coming horror flick Chain Letter. New Films International announced today that they will be unleashing the flick on to DVD on August 6th, 2010.
Just days ago we broke the news that a new sequel to the first ever direct-to-video movie, Truth or Dare, is on its way, and now we've nabbed the long form plot details for you. Why? Because we don't mind picking "dare", damn it.
How many Eighties horror fans remember the very first(!) direct-to-video feature, Truth or Dare? It was violent, psychotic fun that spawned two not so great sequels. Now, however, the makers of the original are back and looking to set the record razor straight with the next installment in the franchise -- and we have got the first word for you!
One film that's totally on our radar that should be on yours as well is director Jack Perez's latest film, the John Landis produced horror comedy Some Guy Who Kills People. The first stills from the flick appeared online today and as always we have a peek at the goodies for ya!
A few news sites across the World Wide Web have intimated that along with Courteney Cox, David Arquette, and Neve Campbell, Liev Schrieber would be returning to the Scream universe in installment #4, reprising his role as Cotton Weary. Our man Nomad was present at the Repo Men press junket taking place in NYC today and got the skinny straight from the man himself.
It's always nice to get a confirmation. It's especially nice when said confirmation comes in the form of one of your favorite directors getting back in the saddle to direct a new entry in a franchise that helped reinvigorate an entire subgenre.
If you call yourself a slasher fan, then you should be well acquainted with the Joe Zito directed 1981 splatter classic The Prowler. If you've never heard of it or never seen it, get ready to officially put this ninety minutes of gore-filled mayhem on your "must watch" list because there's a new re-release coming courtesy of Blue Underground.
Stewart Hendler's Sorority Row remake is finally hitting DVD and Blu-ray on February 23, 2010, and we've got a look at the art and the details for you. Nothing like watching Theta Pi die in hi-def!
If you missed out on the classic Eighties slasher Madman and are having a bitch of a time finding the original Anchor Bay DVD, then sit tight! Help is on the way and a new edition is in the works!
It's been a long time since last we talked about John Gray's religion-gone-awry themed slasher Job, but there are finally some goodies to report so we figured we'd share!
Following up on some casting news a while back, director Jack Perez now talks a bit about his latest film, the John Landis produced horror comedy Some Guy Who Kills People.
John Landis producing a horror comedy? The hell you say! Actually to have Landis involved in any capacity within our genre is a blessing as the man is nothing short of genius. Some casting news for his latest project which he is co-producing with Ryan Levin, Some Guy Who Kills People just hit online and we've got the breakdown for ya!
It’s not often in the world of horror you can use the term wunderkind, but J.D. Lifshitz might be just that and then some. At 17 years old, Lifshitz is anything but your average teenager. He recently finished filming his first feature film, Killed on the Fourth of July, during the summer of 2009 after writing the script and securing independently-raised funding alongside his partner Josh Adams.
On the red carpet at last night's Golden Globe Awards, Courteney Cox and David Arquette fielded yet another question about Wes Craven's involvement in the upcoming Scream 4, and while one of them was pretty confident about the director returning for the sequel, the other wasn't quite so sure.