If there's one project that has us excited beyond words if only because of its absolute coolness and badassery, it's The Bloody Best Project, and, man, do we have a treat for you!
A really cool new art book project for horror fans has been cooking for a couple of months, and we've got all the details to share along with a few photographs that are sure to pique both your curiosity and your interest. Read on to learn more about The Bloody Best Project. Here's a synopsis of what you can expect from The Bloody Best Project:
There's no doubt about it; if there's one thing that Tom Holland knows, it is vampires, and he's about to unleash a whole new batch of them via his latest endeavor Twisted Tales. Ready for a quick and catchy bite?
So earlier this evening we broke the news first that Adam Green's Hatchet II landed itself an unrated release with a major theater chain, and there's no doubt that this is huge news for both Dark Sky and the Hatchet Army. But for the lucky fans in attendance at the standing room only Hatchet II panel at the San Diego Comic-Con, more goods were on the way!
One of the great masters of horror of our time, Tom Holland, is back with "Twisted Tales", a brand new series of short films created in the great tradition of anthology shows like "The Twilight Zone" and "Outer Limits", and we have an exclusive look at one of the films you can expect to see in this collection, Vampire's Dance!
Director Tom Holland has been on the front lines of the horror genre his whole career and turned in many a modern classic as a result. Now he's venturing out into a whole new world of terror with some of the genre's heavyweights, and he's taking us all along for the ride!
You want cool? You want badass? And you want it free? Well, if you'll be in the Los Angeles area from Friday, May 21st, through Sunday, May 23rd, we'll be sending you and a guest to the Creation Weekend of Horrors!
The biggest horror show in LA just got a quite a bit bigger! More horror talent has signed on to join the already impressive list of genre celebs that will be lurking about the upcoming Creation Weekend of Horrors!
Horror buffs beware! A new production company has been formed by a couple of the most influential minds in the entertainment industry.
If there's anything that can make the prospect of a Fright Night remake by DreamWorks more palatable, it's the name of the screenwriter who's been tapped for the redux - Marti Noxon. Ms. Noxon has been in the business of writing about vamps and how best to bring them down since 1997, when she started working on the series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" over the course of 23 episodes.
Leave it to Trembles to remind us what a classic slice of cult cinema Class of 1984 was!
Remember two years ago when we told you that Screen Gems was in the process of getting a remake of Tom Holland's 1985 classic Fright Night off the ground? No? Who could blame ya! Talk of this happening surfaces every now and then, so get ready for the latest!
I’ve heard of indies trying to drum up funds from the Internet contingent of horror fans before, but this is the first time I’ve seen an established director try out this new business model.
The pilot episode of 5 or Die (review), the new web series from Tom Holland, is now available for all to see via YouTube. 5 or Die centers around a mysterious, mangled killer who will appear in your room if you happen to watch his previous victim get killed on the Internet. The series will be hosted by Strike.TV soon!