Death will find you relaxing in front of the TV if you're not careful come Tuesday, March 18th, 2008...
A whole lot of new DVD info came down via DVD Active and Fangoria over the past few days and instead of giving you one story for each, I figured it’d just make more sense to give it to ya hard and fast. The way you like it, you slut.
Seems that directing his first decent-budgeted film is doing well for The Lost (review) helmer Chris Siverston.
It's got to be a good time to be Jack Ketchum. The Lost (review) turned out to be a very faithful adaptation of his book and a great film to boot. The Girl Next Door has finished filming and by all accounts is sticking closely to the unsettling and provocative source material. So what's next on the adaptation block?
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring Marc Senter, Shay Astar, Alex Frost, Megan Henning Directed by Chris Sivertson
I first heard Jack Ketchum's name mentioned through the grapevine in the late nineties. Veteran horror readers were speaking in hushed tones about a little book called The Girl Next Door, describing it as "the most disturbing novel ever written." I scoured the Internet and every used bookstor