Ah, the cool kids. They do carry quite a burden. It's not easy having perfect hair and teeth and keeping that sports car looking shiny when they're banging cheerleaders on the hood every night. Cool kids have their crosses to bear. Unfortunately, in Popularity Killer things get a little tougher for them when a serial killer comes after their perfect asses.
Director John Travers is in pre-production on a new slasher flick featuring a killer who's a bit safety conscious! Have we ever had a killer construction worker flick before? Well, then! There's a first time for everything!
Brace yourself, kids! AFM is officially under way in L.A., and you're about to be blitzed with all the news you can handle. I mean why should anyone be able to recuperate after the onslaught of October's shenanigans?
Another bit of eye candy has come our way for the latest horror comedy featuring a pile of young bodies, porn stars and a boatload of laughs. Read on for the skinny ...
You know, I have to admit that for a TV production, MTV's "My Super Psycho Sweet 16" flicks aren't too shabby. They hit the usual slasher beats and don't shy away from the gore as much as you'd think. With a third one on the way, some more news and a still have dropped. Check it out!
A new slasher movie always excites me - no matter the quality. Sure the glory days are over, but that doesn't mean these indie filmmakers can't occasionally hit one out of the park, right? And these guys are from my home state of Massachusetts so what the hell? I'll gladly check this out.
MTV is making slasher movies now. Why couldn't this have happened in my youth? Just imagine how much better this stuff would've been had it come from the "Golden Age" of the subgenre. Well, at least I would've found a likable character or two back then.
It was a little over a year ago when Brian Feeney's The Echo Game was picked up for distribution by MTI Home Video, and now that it's available on DVD, the filmmaker has provided with a few new stills along with an update on how and where you can watch the flick.
Yes, we have a crazy kind of love for Declan O'Brien's Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings (review here). The flick is kind of a must-see for those of you looking to sit back and have a good time with some friends this Halloween, and to help you do just that we've cooked up a neat little contest for ya!
Screamfest LA 2011 Exclusive: Writer/Producer Ryan A. Levin Talks Some Guy Who Kills People Premiere
As part of our continuing coverage of the 2011 Screamfest LA Film Festival, we chatted with Ryan A. Levin, the writer and producer of one of the fest's selections, the feature Some Guy Who Kills People, and got the lowdown on the horror-comedy, which is set for its Screamfest premiere on Friday, October 21st, at 10:00 pm.
Honestly ... can you think of a better way to kick off your weekend than by spending a little time with some brutal and bloodthirsty hillbilly cannibals and coming out unscathed? Yeah, man! That's a pretty tall order!
Sometimes the look of a killer alone is enough to make us tune in to a flick. If you've got a badass beast, consider our attention gotten. Such is the case with the new slasher on the block, Smiley.
Excited for Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings? You should be. At the end of the day it's a lot of bloody fun, and if you happen to get the munchies while viewing, have we got a cookbook for you!